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posted by cruella
    Back at the cabin the children were very worried and restless. They all sat out in the living room feeling worried, thinking about the adults, and wondering if they would be all right. After trying to reassure the children that everyone would be fine, Daisy and Judy turned on a cartoon for them, hoping that it would keep there mind off the problems, but they were not that easily distracted.

    As the cartoon played the children remained deep in thought about the adults who were out in the forest, and what might happening to them. Max sat on the coach...
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posted by cruella
The next day, when the group left on the nature hike, there was some tension between the adults and children. The adults were unhappy about being wakened two nights in a row, because of an imaginary ghost. And the girls were upset that the grown-ups still wouldn’t believe the ghosts were real.

After hiking a few miles they stopped for lunch. Once they had finished eating Judy Quackmore stood up and said, “Now girls it’s time for the scavenger’s hunt. Here are the lists of items in nature you need to find.” She handed each girl a piece of paper.

As soon as they got their lists the girls...
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I've been making character countdown polls dedicated to each Disney movie, this is the countdown info for "Beauty and the Beast"

9. Lefou

8. Maurice

7. Chip

6. Gaston

5. Lumiere

4. Cogsworth

3. Mrs. Potts

2. The Beast/Prince Adam

1. Belle

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posted by cruella
    The two women and children ran frantically through the forest. They did not have a clue where they were going; all they cared about was getting to safety. They ran deeper and deeper into the woods never bothering to looked back to see if the Beagle Boys were still behind them.

    As they made their escape into the forest something occurred to Max, “Hey, ya know something about those ghost costumes looks really familiar.”

    “Familiar? How?” Huey asked.

    “I mean they look a lot like the ghosts from,...
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posted by Windrises
Notes: The characters and locations are owned by Disney.

Anna said "Elsa what's going on today?"

Elsa said "I have important business so I'll be gone today."

Anna said "This means I have nothing to do."

Elsa said "I'm sure you'll find something to do. Please don't eat too much chocolate."

After Elsa left Anna was bored. She felt like she had no reasons to do anything. She said "Well I'm sure that somewhere in my city there's crimes and Super Chocolate Lover will stop them." Anna put on her super hero costume and tried to find crimes. Her costume was based on Captain Underpants' costume so it...
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posted by deedragongirl
Hello Nadia!
Hello Nadia!
Hi guys, since Disney had done with both Pocahontas and Mulan, here are my opinions on whether or not Disney should make a biopic about Romanian gymnast, Nadia Comaneci.

Good Idea!

Yea, I personally think that Disney should make a film about her. I mean I don't see what's the problem on making a film on a famous Romanian gymnasts and encourage young children on never giving up, the real Nadia could provide the narrations for the film.

Not a Good Idea At All!

Okay, I just found out that she has a dark side, because she was suffering from Anorexia and allegedly attempted suicide. It would bring a bad image for a Disney film, unless Disney omits these facts.

Romanian Fans?

So, here are my thoughts and in my opinion, I personally think that Disney should make a movie about her, just for a change.
Go ahead and strike a pose!
Go ahead and strike a pose!
The famous author.
The famous author.
Hi guys, this article is on whether or not Disney should make a film on a famous Shakespearean play.

What a Great Idea!

I think it's time for Disney to try something different, so Shakespeare is definitely one of these ideas. Some of his famous plays are 'As You Like It' or 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' that Disney should give it a shot!

Not a Great Idea!

Many of his plays are very dark, morbid and sad for a Disney film, in the likes of 'Macbeth', 'Romeo & Juliet' and 'Hamlet' just to name a few.

To Be or To Not Be?

Here are my personal thoughts on Shakespeare and have a good day everyone!
In thoughts!
In thoughts!
posted by deedragongirl
Lovely Poster.
Lovely Poster.
Hi guys, I'm going to write a review about the 2012 remake of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie.

The Story

Based on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, but it set in modern timing. I love how this time, they focus on cute little dog! Victor Frankenstein becomes a little boy living with his parents, which make it more of parental love in the entire film.
The film also makes reference with other horror film, in particularly Dracula. Like Van Helsing became the surname of Elsa Van Helsing, nope not the namesake Queen Elsa from Frozen!

My Favourite Characters

It would be Victor, Elsa and the dog, especially the...
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The is the list of from the Hottest to the Ugliest Female Disney Villains

*1. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty, 1959) - Because She is Beautiful and Good-Looking Villainess of Disney Animated Canon.
*2. Mother Gothel (Tangled, 2010)
*3. The Evil Queen Grimhilde (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
*4. Ursula (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
*5. Lady Tremaine (Cinderella, 1950)
*6. Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove, 2000)
*7. Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians, 1961)
*8. Madame Medusa (The Rescuers, 1977)
*9. Madam Mim (The Sword In The Stone, 1963)
*10. The Queen Of Hearts (Alice In Wonderland, 1951) - Because She is Ugly, Pompous, Bad-Tempered Old Tyrant.
This is my first Disney vs Disney Review of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs Vs Sleeping Beauty.

*Best Heroine: Snow White (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs), Because Snow White is less bland than Princess Aurora.

*Best Villainess: Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), Because She is better at combat than The Evil Queen Grimhilde.

*Best Sidekicks: Flora, Fauna and Merryweather (Sleeping Beauty)

*Best Song: Someday My Prince Will Come (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs)

*Best Story: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
posted by Coffeeuser
Mowgli and Baloo were going for a walk through the jungle, when Mowgli suddenly jumped on the bear's back, wanting to play. "Hey, let's fight!" exclaimed the boy.

"Fight?" Baloo reached around and tried to pull Mowgli off his back. "But kid, remember last time I tried to teach ya how to fight? Didn't turn out so good."

"It ended great!" Mowgli said, giggling. "After all, I won didn't I?"

Baloo grabbed hold of the boy's arms and swung him to the ground. "And I bet I could win again too!" added Mowgli, as he playfully beat his scrawny fists on Baloo's soft belly.

"Ha! I've knocked yer roof in before...
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I am planning on hosting a Fanpop Disney Award Show. No, it won't be staged, yes, it may not mean anything, but I think it would be a fun thing to do. But it will only work if I can get as many people involved as possible.

I will post a question that will be labeled "Disney Awards Noineess". The question description will have this list of awards:

Strongest Female Lead
Strongest Male Lead
Best Older Sibling
Best Younger Sibling
Best Heroine Dress
Best Classic Era Character
Best Renissance Era Character
Best Modern Era Character
Best Character Theme song
Most Malicious Villain
Favorite Female Villain...
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This is the part 2 of Disney Vs Disney, But this time is Alice In Wonderland Vs Peter Pan.

*Best Protagonist: Alice (Alice In Wonderland), Because She is more Kind-Hearted, Polite and Mature than Peter Pan.

*Best Antagonist: Captain James Hook (Peter Pan), Because He is Hilarious, Suave, Charismatic and He has a very Good Reason to get revenge on this Arch-Nemesis than The Queen Of Hearts.

*Best Location: Neverland (Peter Pan), Because it is a beautiful Tropical Island, and it is better than the crazy Cloudcuckooland called Wonderland.

*Best Song: The Unbirthday Song (Alice In Wonderland)

*Best Story: Peter Pan
posted by Windrises
Princess Anna and Queen Elsa traveled to a far away kingdom called Ghibli. Since Elsa's trade business with Weselton didn't work out so well Elsa was trying to make trade business with a different kingdom. Elsa said "Try to be on your best behavior Anna."

Anna said "I'll try, but no promises."

Anna and Elsa went to the kingdom. Elsa said "There's the king."

Anna said "He's got a silly looking beard."

The King of Ghibli said "Can I help you?"

Elsa said "I'm Queen Elsa of Arendelle and this is my sister, Princess Anna. I was hoping your kingdom can be our new trading partner."

The King said "I...
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If there's one cartoon from the 21st century I truly believe deserved more attention during its initial run, it's Dave the Barbarian. The show had a considerable amount of wit and quite a bit of creativity that had been missing from a lot of cartoons during that time. Combined with the fact that all of the characters were dumb, the jokes worked even better. Anyway, too pay tribute to this series (which I actually might consider purchasing if it was on DVD) I am going to count down my top 10 favorite episodes.

10) Web- I'm going to be honest and say that back in the day, I'm one of the few fans...
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Anyone who knows me really well probably expected me to make a list like this at some point, so here it is. The reason I never made this until now is because there are so many songs littered throughout the Disney universe that it's really hard to choose 15 that I consider the best. Narrowing it down to one per film made things easier, I guess, but it was still hard. Well, after careful consideration and planning, I have finally come up with my 15 favorite Disney songs of all time. I can almost guarantee you will not agree with every choice on this list, so if you see one you don't think belongs...
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Okay, I'm just going to put it out there:

I HATE the recent disney movies.
Besides Enchanted and Finding Nemo (which is really pixar anyway), any disney movies that came out after Tarzan were just abismal to me. Disney Movies today have lost so much of their magic that it makes me want to scream. Like, what's this new Chiuaua disney movie that's coming out? WTF? what happened to the disney movies that made you cry, laugh, and made you all warm and fuzzy inside? What happened to movies like Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid, Lion King, Pocahontas, and even the older ones like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Great Mouse Detective? Those were the days that Disney didn't just cater to the minds of six year olds. They made movies that everyone from the age of 1 to 101 could enjoy.

What do you think? Agree? Disagree?
When do you think Disney started going downhill?
Recently I've been making character countdown polls dedicated to each Disney movie, this is the countdown info for "Pocahontas" (the first movie only).

15. Governor Ratcliffe

14. Ben

13. Lon

12. Kocoum

11. Kekata

10. Chief Powhatan

9. John Smith

8. Flit

7. Percy

6. Grandmother Willow

5. Thomas

4. Meeko

3. Wiggins

2. Nakoma

1. Pocahontas

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Disney movies are usually made for families, designed to be enjoyable in every age. The shows they produce – not so much. Now I’m sure each of us has shows he saw as a child and he will always remember fondly, no matter what. And each of us has shows he sees as an adult an immediately ask himself “what were I thinking? This is stupid”. What I’m trying to do is to list not the shows I’m the most nostalgic about, but the ones which I believe are watchable, even if you see the first episode as an adult.
Speaking of stupidity: The reason I stuck to animated shows is because I never...
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posted by Pyjamarama
Mickey: Ok. Everybody, now it's time for a change of pace.
Cruella De Vil: Lights out.
Jafar: Take a hike, chickies.
Cruella De Vil: Oh, Halloween at the House of Mouse, all treats and no tricks.
Cruella De Vil: If this were my house, I'd run things differently
Ursula: Add a splash of evil?
Captain Hook: Pillage and Plunger?
Sykes: Make this house lots of money?
Frollo: Arrest the criminals?
Iago: Blah, blah, blah. Every year it's the same thing...
Iago: ...all talk and no play, what a bunch of dull villains.
Jafar: Well, this year will be different,
[Jafar holds a small hourglass]
Jafar: I've got a trick...
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