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This is a REAL Disney cartoon. These days no one appriciates the real Disney material.
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When I started this article series, I had to make a decision. Officially, nearly all Disney movies are based on some sort of source text. In reality, it is often something really obscure and practically forgotten. So I made a decision early on: That I would only discuss the books, which are known enough to have an own Wikipedia article. This distinction served me fairly well, with one exception and this is The Fox and the Hound. When this book was published, it was highly praised, and therefore it does have an article. But nowadays it is so hard to come by that you have to pay a three digits...
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For the past 2 weeks or so, I've been doing this countdown. I hope you all enjoyed participating. (; But anyways here are the results!

8. Periwinkle
Personally, I love the way Periwinkle looks. I think she has a quirky charm about her that some like Tink, Fawn, and Rosetta don't have. You guys disagreed though.

"She has a chubby face, small nose, and her eyes are kind of far apart. She's cute, but looks like an elf." -MalloMar

"She's pretty but others are beautiful" -KataraLover

"I'm ^cool^ with that." xDD
"I'm ^cool^ with that." xDD


7. Fawn
I agree with this one. I find Fawn pretty, but the others are beautiful,...
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First of all, this is not my favorite villains list. I just got bored and decided to make one. Now, here is my honorable mentions!

Honorable Mention: Yzma, The Emperor's New Groove.
She's a villain, but the only thing super evil is making fun and using Kronk. I mean yeah, she tried to murder Kuzco, but he kinda deserved it in the beginning of the movie. o-o

Honorable Mention: Shan Yu, Mulan
I almost put him on this list. Then, I realized, he is not EVIL. He's creepy as crap, but not evil. He just wanted to rule China, and imo,that isn't evil. Ruling China would be a plus. xD

Honorable Mention: The...
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Call me crazy, but I love the Disney Sequels, don't know why though. This is just a list of the 5 Disney Sequels that I grew up with because otherwise this list would be very hard to do. Also the last pic couldn't load

5. The Jungle Book 2

I remember watching this many times when I was younger, it's a great continuation of the original movie and the new characters are great. I also love that we get to know Shanti, the girl that didn't have a name nor a big role in the original movie and I think she has a great personality. Also the climax of the movie is very exciting. The characters from...
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posted by Swanpride
Yeah, after talking about the Jungle Book, this is the next logical step. It’s fairly obvious were the inspiration for the Tarzan book series came from. And to be honest: Between those two stories about a child which grew up in the jungle, Mowgli is definitely the better pick. If you ask me, the idea behind Tarzan is better than the stories themselves. An old idea in a crowd pleasing format, which is mostly notable due to its revolutionary marketing strategy. Tarzan is not just a book, it is a trademark (copyright is limited, trademark rights aren’t), and Burroughs did his very best to...
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posted by Jayden-G
I decided to start a series of analyzing the DP Couples in depth (and later, the other Disney Couples) after I got bored one day, and wanted to write a series of articles. You can recommend me which couple to do next in the couples section. So here is how it is going to go. I will first explain my overall statement about the couples in a paragraph, and then I will analyze each scene to look at the inner and outer feelings of the characters individually an the couple itself. I also have a request, just for a little while; please do not recommend a Disney Renaissance couple? I say this because...
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posted by Swanpride
Well, so far I moved back through the ages, so I guess it’s time to tackle a movie from Disney’s golden age. Pinocchio started, like a lot of classic novels, as a serials, which soon became popular and lead a novel. Nowadays it has become common to analyse Pinocchio like a book for “adults” (because, you know, children’s books don’t require analysing in the minds of serious academics, we first have to declare them as “adult” to be taken seriously), leading to the stories being read in a literature-historical contexts, with parallels drawn especially to the concept of the fool....
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So I did the first part of the Fanpop's Favourite Couple countdown from 1928-1953. These are the first couples of WDAS, so they are not as complex and more simple than their successors. The countdown in the polls was to vote off their favourite couples, and each round would do that until we reached our least favourite. Here are the results of the countdown.

Placings 10-7 are from the package films from 1942-1949, so many people did my know them or watch their movies. There were not really any comments about these four couples, and most people said they did not know these couples. Poor package...
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posted by Pyjamarama
[after falling into the alligator pit]
Yzma: Why do we even *have* that lever?

Yzma: Are you talking to that squirrel?
Kronk: I was a junior chipmunk, uh, and I had to be versed in all the woodland creatures.
[to squirrel]
Kronk: Please continue.
[squirrel talks to Kronk]
Yzma: [walking away] Why me? Why me? Why me? Why...?
Kronk: Hey, it doesn't always have to be about you. This poor little guy's had it rough. Seems a talking llama gave him a hard time the other day.
[Yzma rushes over to them]
Yzma: Oh, a talking llama? Do tell.
[squirrel whispers to Kronk]
Kronk: Uh, he doesn't really wanna...
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posted by Pyjamarama
Frollo: [as Quasimodo towers over him] Now, now... L-Listen to me, Quasimodo...
Quasimodo: [heaving in gasping breaths] No, *you* listen! All my life, you have told me that the world is a dark, cruel place. But now I see that the only thing dark and cruel about it is people like you...

Frollo: Look at that disgusting display.
Phoebus: [raising his visor] Yes, sir!

Quasimodo: You are good to me master. I'm sorry.
Frollo: You're forgiven. But remember Quasimodo, this is your sanctuary.
[Frollo leaves]
Quasimodo: My sanctuary.

Brutish Guard: Minister Frollo, the gypsy has escaped.
Frollo: What?...
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LADY TREMAINE
And, by royal command, every eligible maiden is to attend!
DRIZELLA
Why, that's us!
ANASTASIA
And I'm so eligible!
CINDERELLA
Why, that means I can go too!
DRIZELLA
Hah! Her, dancing with the Prince. [laughing]
ANASTASIA
[mocking Cinderella] I'd be honored, Your Highness. [holds out her flute] Would you mind holding my broom? [both waltz in place, laughing derisively]
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Drizella? Drizella.
DRIZELLA
Mmm? What?
LADY TREMAINE
Get up. Quick, this instant. We haven't a moment to lose. [goes into Anastasia's room]...
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posted by Pyjamarama
Best Voiceover Ever!
Best Voiceover Ever!
As you know, John Sachs is my favourite classic voiceover and he narrated all the Walt Disney Home Video previews. John Sachs (born 1957) is a British television presenter, voiceover and commentator known for his narration on the original series of Gladiators and as a long time DJ on London's 95.8 CapitalFM.

Sachs has been involved in the entertainment industry for the past 25 years. He has been a radio and television broadcaster for 17 years with 12 of those years spent on Capital FM, where he won numerous awards, namely Variety Club ILR Presenter of the years and Silver at the World Radio...
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Sykes is my number 1 favourite disney villain ever because he's evil and notorious. Sykes is one of Disney's most heavy-set villains, shown usually in shadows. He is brutal, shadowy, sarcastic, uncaring, clean-shaven, eerily charming, evil, mean, and ruthless. He smokes large cigars and is seen always in a sharp suit to further emphasize his role as an intelligent businessman in command of the situation, and not merely some common thug taking orders from someone else.

Unusually for Disney, the lifestyle and behavior of a loan shark is not glamorized or made more child-friendly. Beneath his businessman-like...
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