We all grow up a little scared and unsure of our potential, but she eventually learns how to own what makes her special and literally builds an entire kingdom from these powers. A whole freaking kingdom. Spunky, sassy, and devastatingly addicted to romance, Marie was the first and ultimate spirit animal for the hopelessly precocious. She may not always be the most well-mannered little girl, and she does seem to use her cuteness as an excuse for her tell-it-like-she-sees-it attitude, but she knows how to hold her own against her rough-and-tumble brothers.
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I spent rather a lot of my childhood who am I kidding, and some of my teenage years singing along to Disney songs in the car or watching the films on a Sunday night. Perhaps red hair is a handy way to make the characters stand out. Gingers in films or on TV are often portrayed as villains or with negative traits like fiery, unpredictable tempers, but not in Disney films, where the characters are more rounded. Here are a few of my favourites. The rumour is there were disputes between filmmakers and studio bosses about whether Ariel should be a redhead or a blonde. In the end they decided red contrasted well with her green tail.
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Although Disney has been entertaining us with family-friendly cartoons since , children and adults alike know the House of Mouse can be a dark place when it tries. Up tugged at our heartstrings more than most thanks to its opening scene titled "Married Life". This was all turned around by the arrival of the joyous Russell Going with this, Russell is an angel trying to earn his wings Wilderness Explorer badge. Elsewhere, Charles Muntz is a fallen angel hellbent on dragging Carl to the underworld with his hellhounds.