Saturday, November 11, 2017

Disney Princess films (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs + Cinderella + Sleeping Beauty + The Little Mermaid + Beauty and the Beast + Aladdin + Pocahontas + Mulan + The Princess and the Frog + Tangled + Brave + Frozen + Moana)

Disney Princess Film Festival (November 5, 2018 – November 21, 2018) (Countdown to Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2)
Week 1
  1. Sleeping Beauty (November 5, 2018)
  2. Cinderella (November 6, 2018)
  3. Mulan (November 7, 2018)
  4. Brave (November 8, 2018)
  5. Pocahontas (November 9, 2018)
Week 2
  1. The Little Mermaid (November 12, 2018)
  2. Beauty and the Beast (November 13, 2018)
  3. Moana (November 14, 2018)
  4. Tangled (November 15, 2018)
  5. Aladdin (November 16, 2018)
Week 3
  1. Frozen (November 19, 2018)
  2. The Princess and the Frog (November 20, 2018)
  3. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (November 21, 2018)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Snow White (Adriana Caselotti) is a lonely princess living with her stepmother, a vain and wicked Queen (Lucille La Verne). The Queen fears that Snow White's beauty surpasses her own, so she forces Snow White to work as a scullery maid and asks her Magic Mirror (Moroni Olsen) daily "who is the fairest one of all". For several years the mirror always answered that the Queen was, pleasing her.
One day, the Magic Mirror informs the Queen that Snow White is now the fairest in the land. The jealous Queen orders her Huntsman (Stuart Buchanan) to take Snow White into the forest and kill her. She further demands that the huntsman return with Snow White's heart in a jeweled box as proof of the deed. However, the Huntsman cannot bring himself to kill Snow White. He tearfully begs for her forgiveness, revealing the Queen wants her dead and urges her to flee into the woods and never look back. Lost and frightened, the princess is befriended by woodland creatures who lead her to a cottage deep in the woods. Finding seven small chairs in the cottage's dining room, Snow White assumes the cottage is the untidy home of seven orphaned children.
In reality, the cottage belongs to seven adult dwarfs, named Doc (Roy Atwell), Grumpy (Pinto Colvig), Happy (Otis Harlan), Sleepy (Pinto Colvig), Bashful (Scotty Mattraw), Sneezy (Billy Gilbert), and Dopey (Eddie Collins), who work in a nearby mine. Returning home, they are alarmed to find their cottage clean and suspect that an intruder has invaded their home. The dwarfs find Snow White upstairs, asleep across three of their beds. Snow White awakes to find the dwarfs at her bedside and introduces herself, and all of the dwarfs eventually welcome her into their home after they learn she can cook and clean beautifully. Snow White keeps house for the dwarfs while they mine for jewels during the day, and at night they all sing, play music and dance.
Meanwhile, the Queen discovers that Snow White is still alive when the mirror again answers that Snow White is the fairest in the land and reveals that the heart in the jeweled box is actually that of a pig. Using a potion to disguise herself as an old hag, the Queen creates a poisoned apple that will put whoever eats it into the "Sleeping Death", a curse that can only be broken by "love's first kiss", but dismisses that Snow White will be buried alive. The Queen goes to the cottage while the dwarfs are away, but the animals are wary of her and rush off to find the dwarfs. Faking a potential heart attack, the Queen tricks Snow White bringing her into the cottage to rest. The Queen fools Snow White into biting into the poisoned apple under the pretense that it is a magic apple that grants wishes. As Snow White falls asleep the Queen proclaims that she is now the fairest of the land. The dwarfs return with the animals as the Queen leaves the cottage and give chase, trapping her on a cliff. She tries to roll a boulder over them, but before she can do so, lightning strikes the cliff, causing her to fall to her death.
The dwarfs return to their cottage and find Snow White seemingly dead, being kept in a deathlike slumber by the poison. Unwilling to bury her out of sight in the ground, they instead place her in a glass coffin trimmed with gold in a clearing in the forest. Together with the woodland creatures, they keep watch over her. A year later, a prince, who had previously met and fallen in love with Snow White, learns of her eternal sleep and visits her coffin. Saddened by her apparent death, he kisses her, which breaks the spell and awakens her. The dwarfs and animals all rejoice as the Prince takes Snow White to his castle.
Cinderella (1950)
Cinderella (Ilene Woods) is living a dissatisfying life, having lost both parents at a young age, and being forced to work as a scullery maid for her cruel stepmother, Lady Tremaine (Eleanor Audley), jealous of Cinderella's beauty, and stepsisters Drizella (Rhoda Williams) and Anastasia (Lucille Bliss), in the dilapidated château they live in. Despite this, Cinderella is a kind and gentle young woman, and is friends with mice and birds that live in and around the château. Meanwhile, at the royal palace, the King (Luis Van Rooten) is frustrated that his son, the Prince (William Phipps), is still unmarried. He and the Grand Duke (Luis Van Rooten) organize a ball in an effort to find a suitable wife for the Prince, requesting every eligible maiden attend. Upon receiving notice of the ball, Tremaine agrees to let Cinderella go if she finishes her chores and can find a suitable dress to wear.
Cinderella finds a gown that belongs to her mother and decides to refashion it for the ball, but her step family impedes this by giving her extra chores. Cinderella's animal friends, including Jaq and Gus (James MacDonald), refashion it for her, completing the design with a necklace and sash discarded by Drizella and Anastasia, respectively. When Cinderella comes downstairs wearing the dress, the stepsisters are upset when they realize Cinderella is wearing their accessories, and tear the dress to shreds before leaving for the ball with their mother. A heartbroken Cinderella storms out into the garden in tears, where her Fairy Godmother (Verna Felton) appears before her. Insisting that Cinderella goes to the ball, the Fairy Godmother magically transforms a pumpkin into a carriage, the mice into horses, Cinderella's horse, Major, into a coachman, and dog, Bruno (James MacDonald), into a footman, before turning Cinderella's ruined dress into a white ball gown and her shoes into glass slippers. As Cinderella leaves for the ball, the Fairy Godmother warns her the spell will break at the stroke of midnight.
At the ball, the Prince rejects every girl until he sees Cinderella, who agrees to dance with him, unaware of who he is. The two fall in love and go out for a stroll together in the castle gardens. As they are about to kiss, Cinderella hears the clock start to chime midnight and flees. As she leaves the castle, one of her slippers falls off. The palace guards give chase as Cinderella flees in the coach before the spell breaks on the last stroke of midnight. Cinderella, her pets, and the mice hide in a wooded area as the guards pass.
The Grand Duke informs the King that Cinderella, who remains anonymous, has escaped, and that the Prince wishes to marry her. The lost glass slipper is the only piece of evidence. The King issues a royal proclamation ordering every maiden in the kingdom to try on the slipper for size in an effort to find the girl. After this news reaches Cinderella's household, Tremaine realizes her stepdaughter is that girl when hearing her humming the waltz played at the ball and locks her in her attic bedroom. Later, the Duke arrives at the château, and Jaq and Gus steal the key from Tremaine's dress pocket and take it up to the attic as Anastasia and Drizella unsuccessfully try on the slipper. Tremaine's cat, Lucifer (June Foray), ambushes the mice, but Bruno chases him out of the house, allowing the mice to free Cinderella. As the Duke is about to leave, Cinderella appears and asks to try on the slipper. Knowing it will fit, Lady Tremaine trips the footman as he brings the Duke the slipper, causing it to shatter on the floor. Much to her horror, Cinderella presents the Duke with the other slipper, which fits perfectly. The film ends with a now-married Prince and Cinderella at their wedding, sharing a kiss as they leave.
Sleeping Beauty (1959)
After many childless years, King Stefan (Taylor Holmes) and Queen Leah (Verna Felton) happily welcome the birth of their daughter, the Princess Aurora. They proclaim a holiday for their subjects to pay homage to the princess, and at the gathering for her christening she is betrothed to Prince Phillip, the young son of Stefan's friend King Hubert (Bill Thompson), so that their kingdoms will always be united.
Among the guests are three fairies, Flora (Verna Felton), Fauna (Barbara Jo Allen), and Merryweather (Barbara Luddy), who have come to bless the child with gifts. Flora and Fauna give their gifts of beauty and song, respectively. Before Merryweather is able to give her blessing, the evil fairy Maleficent (Eleanor Audley) appears, only to be told that she was not invited. Maleficent turns to leave, but when Queen Leah asks if she's offended, the evil fairy curses the princess, proclaiming that Aurora will grow in grace and beauty, but before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she will use her finger to touch the spindle of a spinning wheel and die. King Stefan and Queen Leah are horrified and beg the fairies to break the curse. Unfortunately, they are not strong enough to break it, but Merryweather uses her blessing to soften the curse so that instead of dying, Aurora will fall into a deep sleep from which she can only be awakened by true love's kiss. King Stefan, still fearful for his daughter's life, orders all spinning wheels in the kingdom to be burned. The fairies do not believe that will be enough to keep Aurora safe, and so they spirit her away to a woodcutter's cottage in the forest until the day of her sixteenth birthday.
Years later, Aurora (Mary Costa), renamed Briar Rose, has grown into a beautiful young woman. On the day of her sixteenth birthday, the three fairies ask Rose to gather berries in the forest so they can prepare a surprise party for her. Briar Rose befriends the animals of the forest and sings them a song, Once Upon a Dream. While singing in the forest, Briar Rose attracts the attention of Prince Phillip (Bill Shirley), now a handsome young man. He races to find the owner of the beautiful voice and is instantly struck by Rose's grace and beauty. Briar Rose at first is frightened at his sudden appearance, as she is not allowed to talk to strangers, but Philip soon puts her at ease. They instantly fall in love, unaware of being promised in marriage sixteen years ago. Briar Rose asks Phillip to come to her cottage that evening and meet her family.
Meanwhile, Flora and Merryweather argue over the color of Aurora's ballgown, which attracts the attention of Maleficent's raven (Dallas McKennon) and revealing the location of Aurora. Back at home, Briar Rose is thrilled to tell her guardians she met a man and fell in love. The fairies finally tell Aurora the truth about her royalty heritage, that she is a princess and already betrothed at birth to a prince, and tell her she must never see the man she met again. Heartbroken, she leaves the room. Meanwhile, Phillip tells his father of a peasant girl he met and wishes to marry in spite of his prearranged marriage to Princess Aurora. King Hubert fails to convince him otherwise, leaving Hubert in equal disappointment.
Later that night, the fairies take Aurora back to the castle and leave her alone in a room to wait for her birthday celebrations where she will finally get to see her parents. Maleficent then appears and magically lures Aurora away from the fairies and tricks the princess into touching an enchanted spinning wheel. Aurora pricks her finger, completing the curse. The good fairies place Aurora on a bed in the highest tower and place a powerful spell on all the people in the kingdom, causing them to fall asleep until the spell on their princess is broken. While doing so, they overhear a conversation between King Stefan and King Hubert. From King Hubert's conversation with King Stefan, the fairies realize that Prince Phillip is the man with whom Aurora has fallen in love. They rush to find him, but he is kidnapped by Maleficent who is waiting for him at the cottage in the woods. She shows Phillip the peasant girl he fell in love with is the now-sleeping princess. She tells him she plans to keep him locked away until he's an old man on the verge of death, then release him to meet his love, who will not have aged a single day.
The fairies find and release the prince, arming him with the magical Sword of Truth and the Shield of Virtue. Maleficent tries to stop Phillip by surrounding Aurora's castle with thorns, but fails. She then transforms into a gigantic dragon. Eventually, Phillip throws the sword, blessed by the fairies' magic, directly into Maleficent's heart, causing her to fall to her death.
Phillip awakens Aurora with a kiss, breaking the spell and thereby wakes everyone in the palace. The royal couple descends to the ballroom, where Aurora is happily reunited with her parents, while King Hubert is confused of how the two young royals met. Flora and Merryweather resume their argument over the color of Aurora's ball gown, magically changing it from blue to pink while the happy couple waltzes. The last color to appear is pink. Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip live happily ever after.
The Little Mermaid (1989)
Ariel (Jodi Benson), a sixteen-year-old mermaid princess, is dissatisfied with underwater life in the kingdom of Atlantica, and is curious about the human world. With her best friend Flounder (Jason Marin), Ariel collects human artifacts in her grotto, and often goes to the surface of the ocean to visit Scuttle (Buddy Hackett), a seagull who offers very inaccurate knowledge of human culture. She ignores the warnings of her father King Triton (Kenneth Mars), the ruler of Atlantica, and Sebastian (Samuel E. Wright), a crab who serves as Triton's adviser and court composer, that contact between merpeople and humans is forbidden.
One night, Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian travel to the ocean surface to watch a celebration for the birthday of Prince Eric (Christopher Daniel Barnes) on a ship. Ariel instantly becomes enamored with Eric. A violent storm arrives, with a bolt of lightning striking the ship, engulfing it in flames and eventually destroying it, tossing Eric overboard. She rescues Eric and brings him to shore. Ariel sings to Eric, but immediately leaves just as he regains consciousness to avoid being discovered. Fascinated by the memory of her voice, Eric vows to find who saved and sang to him, and Ariel vows to find a way to join him and his world. When Triton discovers Ariel's love for Eric, Triton confronts her in the grotto and destroys most of the artifacts with his trident. After Triton leaves, two eels named Flotsam and Jetsam (Paddy Edwards) convince Ariel to visit Ursula (Pat Carroll), a sea witch.
Ursula tricks Ariel into making a deal to transform her into a human for three days in exchange for Ariel's voice, which Ursula puts in a nautilus shell. Within these three days, Ariel must receive the "kiss of true love" from Eric. If Ariel gets Eric to kiss her, she will remain a human permanently. Otherwise, she will transform back into a mermaid and be captured by Ursula. Ariel accepts, and is given human legs to emerge to the land above. Eric finds Ariel on the beach and takes her to his castle, unaware that she is the one who had rescued him earlier. Ariel spends time with Eric, and at the end of the second day, they almost kiss, but are disrupted by Flotsam and Jetsam. Furious at their narrow escape, Ursula sets a trap for Eric and Ariel: she disguises herself as a beautiful young woman named Vanessa (Jodi Benson) and hypnotizes Eric with her singing voice.
Discovering that Vanessa is actually Ursula in disguise, Scuttle informs Ariel of Ursula's plan to marry Eric while Sebastian informs Triton about Ursula's actions. Assisted by her friends, Ariel stops Eric's wedding to Ursula, destroying the nautilus shell around Ursula's neck and restoring Ariel's voice. Realizing that Ariel is the girl who saved his life, Eric rushes to kiss her, but the sun sets, and Ariel transforms back into a mermaid before Ursula kidnaps her. Triton furiously confronts Ursula and demands Ariel's release, but the deal is inviolable. Ursula tricks Triton into taking Ariel's place as Ursula's prisoner, giving up his trident. Ariel is released as Triton is transformed into a polyp. Ursula steps forward as the new queen, but before she can use the trident, Eric intervenes with a harpoon. Ursula attempts to attack Eric, but inadvertently kills Flotsam and Jetsam in the process. Enraged, Ursula uses the trident to expand into monstrous proportions.
Ariel and Eric reunite on the surface before Ursula gains full control of the entire ocean, creating a storm and bringing sunken ships to the surface. In her attempt to murder Ariel, Ursula herself is impaled to death by one of the wrecked ships. With Ursula slain, Triton and the other polyps are restored to their original forms. Realizing that Ariel truly loves Eric, Triton willingly changes her from a mermaid into a human and approves her marriage to Eric. Ariel and Eric marry on a ship and depart.
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
One winter's night, an enchantress disguised as a beggar offers a cold-hearted prince (Robby Benson) a rose in exchange for shelter. When he refuses, she transforms him into a beast and his servants into household objects. She bestows the Beast with a magic mirror before hexing the rose and warning him that, unless he learns to love another and earns their love in return by the time the last petal falls, he and his servants will lose their humanity forever.
Ten years later, a beautiful girl named Belle (Paige O'Hara) dreams of adventure and brushes off advances from Gaston (Richard White), an arrogant hunter. Lost in the forest while traveling to a fair to present his latest invention, Belle's father Maurice (Rex Everhart) seeks refuge in the Beast's castle. After Maurice befriends the castle's servants, however, the Beast discovers and imprisons him. Belle ventures out in search for him and finds him locked in the castle's dungeon. The Beast agrees to let her take Maurice's place.
Befriending the castle's servants, Belle is treated to a spectacular dinner ("Be Our Guest"). When she wanders into the forbidden West Wing (where the rose is kept), the Beast flies into a rage, causing Belle to flee the castle and into the woods. She is cornered by wolves, but the Beast rescues Belle and gets injured in the process. He begins to develop feelings for her ("Something There") while she nurses his wounds and he delights her by showing his extensive library.
Returning to the village, Maurice tells the townsfolk of Belle's predicament, but Gaston convinces the townsfolk to send Maurice to an insane asylum if Belle refuses to marry Gaston.
After sharing a romantic dance with the Beast ("Beauty and the Beast"), Belle discovers her father's predicament using the magic mirror. The Beast releases her to save Maurice, giving her the mirror to remember him with. Back at the village, Belle proves Maurice's sanity by revealing the Beast in the mirror to the townsfolk. Realizing that Belle loves the Beast, Gaston has her thrown into the basement with her father and rallies the villagers to follow him to the castle to kill the Beast ("The Mob Song"). With Chip's (Bradley Pierce) aid, Maurice and Belle escape and rush back to the castle.
During the battle, the servants fend off the villagers. Gaston attacks the Beast in his tower, who is too depressed to fight back, but regains his will upon seeing Belle return. He spares Gaston's life before reuniting with Belle. However, Gaston stabs the Beast, but he loses his footing and falls to his death. The Beast dies before the last petal falls. When Belle tearfully professes her love to him, the curse is broken, repairing the castle and restoring the Beast's and servants' human forms. The Prince and Belle host a ball for the kingdom, where they dance happily.
Aladdin (1992)
In the city of Agrabah, Jafar (Jonathan Freeman), the Grand vizier of the Sultan (Douglas Seale), and his parrot Iago (Gilbert Gottfried), seek the lamp hidden within the Cave of Wonders (Frank Welker), but are told that only a "diamond in the rough" may enter. Jafar identifies a street urchin named Aladdin (Scott Weinger). Aladdin and his pet monkey, Abu (Frank Welker), meet Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin), who refuses to marry a suitor and temporarily leaves the palace. Aladdin and Jasmine become friends and fall in love. When the palace guards capture Aladdin, Jafar lies to Jasmine that Aladdin has been executed.
Jafar disguises himself as an old man, and sends Aladdin and Abu to the cave, ordering them to retrieve the lamp. There, Aladdin befriends a magic carpet and obtains the lamp. Abu inadvertently grabs a forbidden jewel and the cave collapses itself. After surviving with his friends, Aladdin rubs the lamp and meets the Genie (Robin Williams), who is trapped inside of it. He tells him that he will grant him any three wishes. Aladdin tricks the Genie into freeing themselves from the cave without using a wish, and he uses his first to become "Prince Ali of Ababwa".
At Iago's suggestion, Jafar plots to become Sultan by marrying Jasmine. When Aladdin greets Jafar and the Sultan at the palace, Jasmine becomes upset at them. Refusing his friends advising him to tell Jasmine the truth, Aladdin takes Jasmine on a flight on the magic carpet. When she deduces his identity, he convinces her that he dresses as a peasant to escape the stresses of royal life. After Aladdin sends Jasmine home, he is ambushed by Jafar, but is rescued from drowning by the Genie with his second wish. Jafar tries to hypnotize the Sultan into agreeing to his marriage to Jasmine, but Aladdin appears and prevents Jafar from doing so. After Jafar returns to his room, he orders Iago to retrieve the lamp from Aladdin after discovering his true identity.
Realizing that he will become Sultan, Aladdin refuses to free the Genie. Iago steals the lamp and Jafar becomes the Genie's new master. He uses his first two wishes to usurp the Sultan and become the world's most powerful sorcerer, exposing Aladdin's identity and exiling him, Abu and the carpet to a frozen wasteland. However, they escape and return to the palace. There, Jafar wishes Genie for his final wish to make Jasmine fall in love with him, but the Genie refuses to grant the wish. Upon noticing Aladdin, Jasmine pretends to be interested to distract Jafar and Aladdin tries to retrieve the lamp, but Jafar stops Aladdin and traps Jasmine inside an hourglass. Jafar transforms into a giant cobra and tells Aladdin that he is the most powerful being in the world. However, Aladdin replies that the Genie is more powerful than him. Jafar uses his last wish to become a genie and create his own lamp. Aladdin frees Jasmine, and uses Jafar's lamp to trap the latter and Iago.
With the palace reverted to normal, the Genie sends Jafar's lamp far away through the desert, and suggests Aladdin to use his third wish to regain his royal title so the law will allow him to stay with Jasmine. Realizing that he has to be himself, Aladdin decides to keep his promise and frees the Genie. Realizing Aladdin and Jasmine's love, the Sultan changes the law to allow Jasmine to marry whom she chooses. The Genie leaves to explore the world, while Aladdin and Jasmine plan their marriage.
Pocahontas (1995)
In 1607, the Susan Constant sails to the New World from London, carrying English settlers from the Virginia Company. On board are Captain John Smith (Mel Gibson) and the voyage's leader Governor Ratcliffe (David Ogden Stiers), who seeks gold to bring him wealth and status. Along the way, the Susan Constant is caught in a North Atlantic storm, and Smith saves a young, inexperienced crewmate named Thomas (Christian Bale) from drowning. As they approach the New World, the settlers (including Smith) talk of adventure, finding gold, fighting 'Injuns', and perhaps settling in the new land.
In the Powhatan tribe in Tsenacommacah, North America, Pocahontas (Irene Bedard), the daughter of Chief Powhatan (Russell Means), fears being possibly wed to Kocoum (James Apaurmet Fall), a brave warrior whom she sees as too serious for her own free-spirited personality. Powhatan gives Pocahontas her mother's necklace as a present. Pocahontas, along with her friends, the raccoon Meeko (John Kassir) and hummingbird Flit (Frank Welker), visit Grandmother Willow (Linda Hunt), a spiritual talking willow tree, and speaks of a dream involving a spinning arrow, and her confusion regarding what her path in life should be. Grandmother Willow then alerts Pocahontas to the arriving English.
Ratcliffe has Jamestown built in a wooded clearing and immediately has the crewmen dig for gold. Smith departs to explore the wilderness and encounters Pocahontas. They quickly bond, fascinated by each other's worlds and end up falling in love, despite Powhatan's orders to keep away from the English after Kocoum and other warriors engage them in a fight. Meanwhile, Meeko meets Percy (Danny Mann), Ratcliffe's dog, and becomes the bane of his existence. Pocahontas introduces Smith to Grandmother Willow and avoids two other crewmen, but Pocahontas's best friend Nakoma discovers her relationship with Smith and warns Kocoum. Ratcliffe also learns of Smith's encounters and angrily warns Smith against sparing any natives he comes across on pain of death.
Later, Smith and Pocahontas meet with Grandmother Willow and plan to bring peace between the colonists and the tribe. Smith and Pocahontas share a kiss, while Kocoum and Thomas (sent by Ratcliffe to spy on Smith) witness from afar. Enraged, Kocoum attacks and attempts to kill Smith, but Thomas intervenes with his musket and kills Kocoum, who destroys Pocahontas' necklace in the process. Smith commands Thomas to leave just before the tribesmen come and capture Smith while Kocoum's body is taken away. Enraged at Kocoum's death, Powhatan declares war on the English, beginning with Smith's execution at sunrise. Pocahontas tries to convince him otherwise, but Powhatan refuses to listen, as he is furious with Pocahontas for not listening to his orders to remain in the village.
Thomas reaches Jamestown safely at night and warns the crewmen of Smith's capture; after hearing this Ratcliffe rallies his men to battle, using this as an excuse to annihilate the tribe and find their non-existent gold. That same night, Powhatan also orders his men to prepare for battle, and they put on war paint and prepare their weapons. A desperate Pocahontas visits Grandmother Willow, where Meeko hands her Smith's compass. Pocahontas realizes Smith's compass was the spinning arrow from her real life encounter, which leads her to her destiny.
Just then morning comes, and Powhatan and his tribe forcibly bring Smith to a cliff overlooking a clearing for execution. Meanwhile, Ratcliffe leads the armed colonists to the cliff to fight Powhatan's warriors. Just as Powhatan is about to kill Smith, Pocahontas stops him and finally convinces him to end the fighting between the two groups. Everyone accepts gracefully, except Ratcliffe, who tries to shoot Powhatan dead in anger, but inadvertently shoots Smith instead when he shields Powhatan. Ratcliffe is then arrested by his crewmen, who turn on him for hurting their comrade. In the end, Smith is forced to return home to receive medical treatment, while Ratcliffe is also sent back to England to face justice for his crimes. Smith asks Pocahontas to come with him, but she chooses to stay with her tribe. Meeko and Percy, now friends, give Pocahontas her mother's necklace completely fixed. Smith leaves without Pocahontas but with Powhatan's blessing to return in the future.
Mulan (1998)
The film begins with a soldier walking through the Great Wall, when a falcon named Hayabusa knocks off his helmet. After the Huns, who are led by the ruthless Shan Yu (Miguel Ferrer), invade Han China by breaching the Great Wall, the Chinese emperor (Pat Morita) orders a general mobilization. Conscription notices require one man from each family to join the Chinese army.
When Fa Mulan (Ming-Na Wen) hears that her elderly father Fa Zhou (Soon-Tek Oh), the only man in their family and an army veteran, is once more to go to war, she becomes anxious and apprehensive. Taking her father's old armor, she disguises herself as a man, so that she can enlist instead of her parent. The anxious family quickly learn of her departure and Grandmother Fa (June Foray) prays to the family ancestors for Mulan's safety. The ancestors then order their "Great Stone Dragon" to protect Mulan.
A small dragon named Mushu (Eddie Murphy) is sent to awaken the Stone Dragon, but accidentally destroys it in the process. Mushu conceals this from the ancestors and resolves to protect Mulan himself.
Reporting to the training camp, Mulan is able to pass as a man, although her military skills are initially inexperienced. Mushu provides clumsy guidance to Mulan on how to behave like a man. Under the command of Captain Li Shang (B.D. Wong), she and her fellow recruits Yao (Harvey Fierstein), Ling (Gedde Watanabe), and Chien-Po (Jerry Tondo), gradually become trained warriors. Desiring to see Mulan succeed, Mushu creates a fake order from Shang's father, General Li (James Shigeta), ordering Shang to follow the main Imperial Army into the mountains. The reinforcements set out, but arrive at a burnt-out encampment and discover that General Li and his troops have been massacred by the Huns.
As the reinforcements solemnly leave the mountains, they are ambushed by the Huns, but Mulan cleverly uses a cannon to cause an avalanche, which buries most of the invaders. An enraged Shan Yu slashes her in the chest, and her deception is revealed when the wound is bandaged.
Instead of executing Mulan as the law requires, Shang spares her life, but nonetheless expels her from the army. Mulan is left to follow alone as the recruits depart for the Imperial City to report the news of the Huns' destruction. However, it is revealed that several Hun warriors, including Shan Yu have survived the avalanche, and Mulan catches sight of them as they make their way to the City, intent on capturing the Emperor.
At the Imperial City, Mulan is unable to convince Shang about Shan Yu's intentions. The Huns capture the Emperor, then seize the palace. With Mulan's help, Yao, Ling, and Chien-Po pose as concubines, and are able to enter the palace. With the help of Shang, they defeat Shan Yu's men; as Shang prevents Shan Yu from assassinating the Emperor, Mulan lures the Hun leader onto the roof where she engages him in single combat. Meanwhile, acting on Mulan's instructions and signal, Mushu fires a huge skyrocket at Shan Yu. The rocket strikes and propels him into a fireworks launching tower, where he dies in the resulting explosion.
Mulan is praised by the Emperor and the assembled inhabitants of the city, who bow to her in an unprecedented honor. While she accepts the crest of the Emperor and the sword of Shan Yu as gifts, she politely declines his offer to be his advisor, and asks to return to her family.
Mulan returns home and presents these gifts to her father, who is more overjoyed to have Mulan back safely. Having become enamored with Mulan, Shang soon arrives under the pretext of returning her helmet, but accepts the family's invitation to stay for dinner. Mushu is granted a position as a Fa family guardian by the ancestors amid a returning celebration.
The Princess and the Frog (2009)
In 1912 New Orleans a seamstress, Eudora (Oprah Winfrey), is reading the story of The Frog Prince to her daughter, Tiana (Elizabeth Dampier), and her friend, Charlotte La Bouff (Breanna Brooks). Charlotte finds the story to be romantic, while Tiana proclaims she will never kiss a frog. Fourteen years later, Tiana (Anika Noni Rose) has grown into an aspiring young chef who works as a waitress for two local diners, so she can save enough money to start her own restaurant, a dream she shared with her deceased father James (Terrence Howard).
Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos) of Maldonia arrives in New Orleans to better his financial situation. After being cut off by his parents, Naveen intends to marry a rich southern belle, and Charlotte (Jennifer Cody) is the perfect candidate. Eli "Big Daddy" La Bouff (John Goodman), a rich sugar baron and Charlotte's father, is hosting a masquerade ball in Naveen's honor. Charlotte hires Tiana to make beignets for the ball, giving her enough money to buy an old sugar mill to convert into her restaurant.
Meanwhile, Naveen and his valet, Lawrence (Peter Bartlett), meet Dr. Facilier (Keith David), a voodoo witch doctor who plans to rule the city of New Orleans. Inviting them into his emporium, Facilier convinces them that he can make their dreams come true, but neither man gets what they are expecting; Naveen is transformed into a frog, while Lawrence is given a voodoo charm that makes him resemble Naveen. Facilier intends for Lawrence to marry Charlotte, after which he will kill Big Daddy and claim his fortune.
At the ball, Tiana discovers she may lose the mill to a higher bidder. Tiana then meets Naveen, who, believing her to be a princess because of her costume, asks her to kiss him and break Facilier's spell. In exchange for the money needed, Tiana accepts, but when she kisses Naveen, she is turned into a frog herself. A chase ensues, and Tiana and Naveen escape to a bayou.
At the bayou, Tiana and Naveen meet Louis (Michael-Leon Wooley), a trumpet-playing alligator who longs to be human, and Ray (Jim Cummings), a Cajun firefly who is in love with the morning star, whom he calls Evangeline. Louis and Ray offer to lead Tiana and Naveen to the hoodoo priestess Mama Odie (Jenifer Lewis), who they believe can undo the curse. During this time, Tiana and Naveen develop feelings for each other. Meanwhile, Facilier makes a deal with the voodoo spirits, offering them the souls of the people of New Orleans in exchange for finding Naveen.
When the four find Mama Odie, she tells them that Naveen must kiss a true princess in order to break the spell. They return to New Orleans to find Charlotte, who is the princess of the Mardi Gras Parade, but only until midnight. Naveen tells Ray he loves Tiana and is willing to give up his dreams for her, but before he can tell her, he is captured by the demons and brought to Facilier.
After Ray tells Tiana that Naveen loves her, Tiana goes to the Mardi Gras parade to find a human "Naveen" marrying Charlotte; but Ray rescues the real Naveen and steals the charm that disguises Lawrence. Ray finds Tiana, gives her the charm and attempts to hold off the demons so she can escape, but Facilier stomps on him. Facilier then offers Tiana to make her restaurant dream come true in exchange for the charm. Realizing she would rather be with Naveen, and realizing Facilier's true intentions, Tiana destroys the charm. The angered voodoo spirits claim Facilier himself as payment for his debts to them and drag him to his death in hell.
Tiana and Naveen then reveal their love to each other and explain the situation to Charlotte, who agrees to kiss Naveen, as Lawrence is taken away by the police. However, the clock strikes midnight before she can kiss him, but the two decide they are content to live together as frogs. Then they bid farewell to Ray along with Louie, later to find out Ray finally joined Evangeline. Tiana and Naveen are wed by Mama Odie; and because of Tiana's new status as princess, they are restored back to human form after their kiss. Later, the couple returns to New Orleans to legally get married and celebrate, and together the two open their new restaurant. The movie ends with Tiana and Naveen dancing as the two stars, Ray and Evangeline, twinkle in the sky.
Tangled (2010)
Long ago, a drop of sunlight became a golden flower capable of healing illness, decay, and injury. Hundreds of years later, the flower is still used by Mother Gothel (Donna Murphy) to retain her youth, until soldiers from nearby kingdom, Corona, steal it to heal their ailing queen. Shortly afterwards, the Queen gives birth to Princess Rapunzel. While attempting to recover the flower, Gothel discovers that Rapunzel's hair contains the flower's healing properties, and that cutting her hair destroys its power. Gothel takes the baby and raises her as her own daughter in an isolated tower. Once a year, the King and Queen release sky lanterns on Rapunzel's birthday, hoping for their daughter's return.
On the eve of her 18th birthday, Rapunzel (Mandy Moore) requests to leave the tower and discover the source of the lanterns, but Gothel refuses, claiming that the outside world is a dangerous place. Meanwhile, thief Flynn Rider (Zachary Levi) steals Rapunzel's crown from the kingdom and inadvertently discovers the tower after ditching his allies, the Stabbington brothers (Ron Perlman). Rapunzel captures Flynn and discovers the crown, but is unaware of its significance. Rapunzel plans to take Flynn to Gothel to prove she can take care of herself, but before she can do so, Gothel becomes angry, quickly silencing Rapunzel. Rapunzel then asks for a special paint that will take Gothel three days' round trip to obtain and return, and Gothel accepts. Rapunzel convinces a reluctant Flynn to escort her to see the lanterns in exchange for the crown.
Flynn takes Rapunzel to the Snuggly Duckling, a pub filled with frightening thugs, but who instead are charmed by Rapunzel's innocence. Royal soldiers led by one of the royal army's lead horses, Maximus, arrive in search of Flynn. Rapunzel and Flynn escape but are then trapped in a flooding cave. Resigned to his fate, Flynn reveals his real name: Eugene Fitzherbert. Rapunzel starts to reveal that her hair glows when she sings, but then realizes that this is their key to escape. Her hair provides enough light to find a way out of the cave. Eugene and Rapunzel take refuge in a forest where Gothel, now in league with the Stabbingtons, gives the crown to Rapunzel and suggests using it to challenge Eugene's interest in her.
Maximus finds the pair and tries to capture Eugene, but Rapunzel arranges a truce in honor of her 18th birthday. The group reaches the kingdom and enjoys the festivities, culminating in an evening cruise as the lanterns are released. There, Rapunzel gives Eugene the crown. When he sees the Stabbingtons on the shore, Eugene leaves Rapunzel and intends to hand them the crown. Instead, the brothers tie Eugene onto a boat and confront Rapunzel, saying that Eugene is escaping with the crown. Gothel sets a rescue by betraying the brothers and returns Rapunzel to the tower as Eugene and the Stabbingtons are captured.
Back home, Rapunzel recognizes the symbol of the kingdom, which she had subconsciously incorporated into her paintings over the years. Realizing that she is the long-lost princess, she confronts Gothel. As Eugene is sentenced to death, the Duckling regulars help him escape. He is then carried back to Gothel's tower by Maximus. Eugene enters by climbing Rapunzel's hair, only to find Rapunzel bound and gagged. Gothel stabs Eugene and attempts to escape with Rapunzel, but Rapunzel agrees to lifelong captivity if she is allowed to heal Eugene. As Eugene slowly dies, he slices off Rapunzel's hair, destroying its magic and causing Gothel's age to catch up with her, then tripping out the window of the tower, turning into dust as she falls.
A heartbroken Rapunzel grieves for Eugene. However, her tears, which still contain a bit of the sun's power, land on his cheek and restore his life. The two return to the kingdom and Rapunzel reunites with her parents. The kingdom breaks out in celebration, and Eugene is pardoned for his crimes. Rapunzel and Eugene eventually marry.
Brave (2012)
In Medieval Scotland, Merida (Peigi Barker), a young princess of the clan Dunbroch, is given a bow and arrow by her father, King Fergus (Billy Connolly), for her birthday. Her mother, Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson), disagrees with the present. While venturing into the woods to fetch a stray arrow, Merida encounters a will-o'-the-wisp. Soon afterward, Mor'du, a huge demon bear, attacks the family. Merida flees on horseback with Elinor, while Fergus fends off Mor'du, though the fight costs him one of his legs.
Now a teenager, Merida (Kelly Macdonald) discovers that to her dismay, she is to be betrothed to the son of one of her father's allies. Reminding Merida of a legend of a prince whose pride and refusal to follow his father's wishes destroyed his kingdom, Elinor explains that failure to consent to the betrothal could harm Dunbroch.
The allied clan chieftains and their first-born sons arrive to compete in the Highland games for Merida's hand in marriage. Merida twists the rules, announcing that as her own clan's firstborn she is eligible to compete for her own hand. She easily bests her suitors in an archery contest, shaming the other clans. Later, she and Elinor argue and Merida leaves. After following the wisps to the hut of an elderly witch (Julie Walters), Merida bargains with her for a spell to change her fate.
When Merida gives the spell, in the form of a cake, to Elinor, it causes Elinor to transform into a bear, losing her ability to speak but still retaining most of her human personality. Merida returns to the witch's cottage with Elinor, only to find it deserted, and discovers a message from the witch: unless Merida is able to "mend the bond torn by pride" before the second sunrise, the spell will become permanent. Merida and Elinor are led by the wisps to ancient ruins, where they encounter Mor'du. Realizing that Mor'du was the prince in the legend, Merida vows that she will not let the same thing happen to her mother, and concludes she needs to repair the tapestry she damaged during their argument.
They return to the castle to find the clans on the verge of war. Having learned from her experience with her mother, Merida intends to declare herself ready to choose a suitor as tradition demands, but with nonverbal encouragement from Elinor, instead insists that the first-born should be allowed to marry in their own time to whomever they choose. The clans agree, breaking tradition but renewing and strengthening their alliance. Merida sneaks into the tapestry room with Elinor. Elinor, who is losing her humanity, attacks Fergus, but suddenly regains her composure and flees the castle. Mistaking the queen for Mor'du and unable to listen to Merida, Fergus pursues the bear with the other clans, locking Merida in the castle. With the help of her triplet younger brothers, who also ate the cake and have been transformed into bear cubs, Merida escapes and repairs the tapestry while riding after her father. Fergus and the clans capture Elinor, but Merida intervenes and stops her father before Mor'du arrives. Mor'du batters the clan warriors and targets Merida, but Elinor intercedes, holding off Mor'du and causing him to be crushed by a falling menhir. This releases the spirit of the prince, who silently thanks Merida for freeing him. As the sun rises for the second time, Merida realizes the mistakes she has made and reconciles with Elinor, causing the queen and the triplets to turn back into humans.
With Mor'du gone, Merida and Elinor work together on a new tapestry when they are called to the docks to bid farewell to the other clans.
Frozen (2013)
Princess Elsa (Eva Bella) of Arendelle possesses cryokinetic magic, often using it to play with her younger sister, Anna (Livvy Stubenrauch). After Elsa accidentally injures Anna with her magic, their parents, the King (Maurice LaMarche) and Queen, rush both siblings to a colony of trolls led by Grand Pabbie (Ciarán Hinds). He heals Anna, but alters her memories to remove traces of Elsa's magic, warning Elsa that she must learn to control her powers. The King and Queen isolate both sisters within the castle. Elsa shuts out Anna, causing a rift between them. Elsa suppresses her magic rather than mastering it, causing her to become more insecure. When the sisters are teenagers, their parents die at sea during a storm.
When Elsa (Idina Menzel) turns twenty-one, she is to be crowned queen of Arendelle. She is terrified that the kingdom's citizens might find out about her powers and fear for her. The castle gates open to the public and visiting dignitaries for the first time in years. Amongst them is the scheming Duke of Weselton (Alan Tudyk), and the dashing Prince Hans (Santino Fontana) of the Southern Isles, with whom Anna (Kristen Bell) falls head-over-heels in love. Elsa's coronation happens without a hitch, but she still remains distant from Anna. When Hans proposes to Anna, Elsa objects, accidentally unleashing her powers before the court. The Duke brands her a monster. Elsa flees the kingdom, but her suppressed magic engulfs Arendelle in an eternal winter. Reaching the North Mountain, Elsa discards her crown and creates a palace of ice in which to live a solitary life.
Anna ventures out to find Elsa and end the winter, leaving Hans in charge. She gets lost, collecting supplies at Wandering Oaken's (Chris Williams) shop. She meets an ice harvester named Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), and his reindeer, Sven, convincing them to escort her to the mountains. An attack by wolves leads to Kristoff's sleigh being destroyed. On foot, they meet Olaf (Josh Gad), a cheerful snowman brought to life unknowingly by Elsa, who offers to lead them to her. When Anna's horse returns to Arendelle, Hans sets out to find Anna and Elsa, accompanied by the Duke's minions, who have secret orders to capture Elsa.
Reaching the ice palace, Anna meets Elsa, but when she reveals what has become of Arendelle, Elsa becomes agitated, and accidentally freezes Anna's heart. She then summons a giant snow creature named Marshmallow (Paul Briggs), who chases Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf away. Anna's hair begins turning white, so Kristoff takes her to meet the trolls, his adoptive family. Grand Pabbie reveals that Anna will freeze solid unless "an act of true love" reverses the spell. Kristoff races Anna back home so Hans can give her true love's kiss. Hans and his men reach Elsa's palace, defeating Marshmallow, and capturing Elsa. Anna is delivered to Hans, but rather than kissing her, he instead reveals that he has actually been plotting to seize the throne of Arendelle by eliminating both sisters. He locks Anna in a room to die, and manipulates the dignitaries into believing that Elsa killed her. He orders the queen's execution, only to discover she has escaped her detention cell.
Olaf frees Anna, and they venture into the blizzard outside to meet Kristoff, whom Olaf reveals is in love with her. Hans confronts Elsa outside, claiming that she killed Anna, causing Elsa to break down. Anna spots Hans about to kill Elsa; she leaps in the way and freezes solid, stopping Hans. Feeling sorry for everything, Elsa hugs and mourns over her sister, who thaws out, her heroism constituting "an act of true love". Realizing that her magic is controlled by love, Elsa ends the winter before giving Olaf his own snow flurry to survive the warmer climate. Both Hans and the Duke are arrested and removed from the kingdom. Anna and Kristoff become a couple, while both sisters are reunited, with Elsa promising never to lock the castle gates again.
In a post-credits scene, Marshmallow enters Elsa's castle, where he finds her crown and happily crowns himself as its own inhabitant.
Moana (2016)
On the Polynesian island of Motunui, the inhabitants worship the goddess Te Fiti, who brought life to the ocean, using a pounamu stone as her heart and the source of her power. Maui (Dwayne Johnson), the shapeshifting demigod and master of sailing, steals the heart to give humanity the power of creation. However, Te Fiti disintegrates, and Maui is attacked by Te Kā, a volcanic demon, losing both his magical giant fishhook and the heart to the depths.
A millennium later, Moana (Auli'i Cravalho), daughter of Motunui's chief Tui (Temuera Morrison), is chosen by the ocean to return the heart to Te Fiti. However, Tui arrives and takes Moana away, causing her to lose the heart. Tui and Moana's mother Sina (Nicole Scherzinger) try to keep her away from the ocean to prepare for her ascension as the island's chief. Years later, after Moana has grown older, a blight strikes the island, rotting the coconuts and dwindling the number of fish caught. Moana suggests going beyond the island's reef to find more fish, but Tui forbids it. Sina explains to Moana that Tui and his best friend tried going beyond the reef, but the latter perished. Moana and her pet pig Pua try conquering the reef but are overpowered by the ocean's tides and end up shipwrecked back on Motunui.
Moana's grandmother Tala (Rachel House) shows her a secret cave, where a number of ships are hidden, revealing to Moana that their people used to be voyagers. Tala explains they stopped when Maui stole Te Fiti's heart and that Te Kā's darkness is poisoning the island, but it can be cured if Moana and Maui return the heart to Te Fiti, which she gives to Moana. Tala falls ill shortly after and dies, but not before encouraging Moana to go and fulfil her destiny.
Moana sets sail on one of the hidden camakau, accidentally accompanied by her dim-witted rooster Heihei (Alan Tudyk). Moana is caught in a typhoon and shipwrecked on an island where she finds the stranded Maui, who traps her and steals the camakau, but Moana catches up to him with help from the ocean. She demands that Maui return the heart but he refuses. Maui is accompanied by a sentient "Mini-Maui" tattoo, acting as his conscience.
They are attacked by Kakamora—coconut-armored pirates—who seek to steal the heart, but Moana and Maui outwit them. Moana realises Maui is no longer a hero, and convinces him to redeem himself by returning the heart. Maui first needs to obtain his magical fishhook, which is located in Lalotai, the Realm of Monsters, and is in the possession of Tamatoa (Jemaine Clement), a giant, greedy coconut crab. Moana enters Tamatoa's lair, using herself as live bait to distract him and allowing Maui to climb atop the crab and retrieve his fishhook. However, Maui discovers he cannot control his shapeshifting and loses self-confidence, quickly becoming overpowered by Tamatoa. Moana's quick thinking allows them to escape with Maui's hook. Maui reveals that his first tattoo was earned when his mortal parents rejected him. After reassurance from Moana, Maui teaches her the art of sailing and regains control of his powers.
The two arrive at Te Fiti's island, only to be attacked by Te Kā, who damages Maui's fishhook. Fearful he will lose his power, Maui abandons Moana, who tearfully asks the ocean to find someone else to restore the heart. The ocean obliges and takes the heart from Moana. Tala's spirit appears, inspiring Moana to find her true calling. Moana decides to fulfill her destiny, retrieves the heart, and sails back to confront Te Kā. Maui returns, convinced by his tattoo to change his mind, and buys Moana time to reach Te Fiti by fighting Te Kā, destroying his fishhook in the process. Moana discovers Te Fiti is missing, and realises Te Kā is Te Fiti without her heart. Moana restores Te Fiti's heart, transforming her back to normal; Te Fiti then heals the ocean and islands of Te Kā's poison. Maui apologizes to Te Fiti, who forgivingly restores his fishhook and goes into a deep sleep. Moana bids farewell to Maui, returning home where she reunites with her parents. Moana takes up her role as chief and wayfinder, leading her people on a voyage, accompanied from afar by Maui (in a form of a giant hawk) and Tala (in the form of a manta ray).
In a post-credits scene, Tamatoa, stuck on his back, addresses the audience, knowing they would help if he was named Sebastian and sang in a Jamaican accent (making reference to The Little Mermaid).
5. Stephen J. AndersonKai
1. Barbara Jo AllenFauna
3. Bob AmsberryGoons
1. Roy AtwellDoc
6. Rene Auberjonois – Chef Louis
2. Eleanor AudleyLady Tremaine / Maleficent
Clint MacGauleyMice
1. Joe BakerLon
6. Christian BaleThomas
9. Don BarclayDoorman / Footman
Peigi BarkerYoung Merida
2. Christopher Daniel Barnes – Prince Eric
4. Peter Bartlett – Lawrence
2. Irene BedardPocahontas
5. Kristen BellAnna
5. Eva BellaYoung Elsa
2. Jodi Benson – Ariel
1. Robby BensonBeast
2. Mary Kay BergmanBimbette
1. Terence Blanchard – Louis' Trumpet Playing
2. Lucille BlissAnastasia
6. Paul BriggsTwo Fingers / Marshmallow
Breanna Brooks – Young Charlotte
2. Stuart BuchananHuntsman
3. Corey Burton – Prince Achmed / Mr. Harvey Fenner
Louise Bush – Toddler Moana
1. Bruno Campos – Prince Naveen
5. Candy CandidoGoons
3. Pat Carroll – Ursula
2. Adriana CaselottiSnow White
6. Jemaine Clement – Tamatoa
5. Jennifer Cody – Charlotte LaBouff
9. Pinto ColvigGrumpy / Sleepy / Goons
2. Eddie CollinsDopey
2. Robbie ColtraneLord Dingwall
6. Michael Colyar – Buford
4. Billy ConnollyBen / Fergus
3. Jesse CortiLefou / Spanish Dignitary
2. Auli'i Cravalho – Moana
Puanani Cravalho – Villager #2
Steven CreeYoung Macintosh
9. Brian CummingsStove
5. Jim Cummings – Razoul / Chief Powhatan / KeketaRay
Elizabeth Dampier – Young Tiana
1. Keith David – Dr. Facilier
4. Patrick DoyleMartin
4. Paddi Edwards – Flotsam / Jetsam
4. Alvin EpsteinBookseller
James Apaumut FallKocoum
6. Verna FeltonFairy Godmother / Flora
1. Craig FergusonLord Macintosh
3. Miguel FerrerShan-Yu
5. Harvey FiersteinYao
9. Santino FontanaHans
1. June ForayLucifer / Grandmother Fa
Eilidh FraserMaudie
3. Jonathan Freeman – Jafar
4. Josh GadOlaf
9. M.C. GaineyCaptain of the Guard
9. Spencer Lacey GanusTeen Elsa
3. Brad GarrettHookhand Thug
4. Betty Lou GersonNarrator
1. Mel GibsonJohn Smith
2. Billy GilbertSneezy
Tucker GilmoreIrish Dignitary
5. John Goodman – Big Daddy LaBouff
3. Gilbert Gottfried – Iago
5. Nathan GrenoGuard #1 / Thug #1
6. Jonathan GroffKristoff
5. Buddy Hackett – Scuttle
3. Otis Harlan – Happy
4. Ciarán HindsGrand Pabbie
1. Taylor HolmesKing Stefan
6. James HongChi-Fu
9. Rachel House – Gramma Tala
6. Byron HowardGuard #2 / Thug #2
5. Terrence Howard – James
1. Linda HuntGrandmother Willow
2. Tony JayMonsieur D'Arque
2. Dwayne Johnson – Maui
5. Don Hall – Darnell
1. Brad Kane – Aladdin
6. John KassirMeeko
Jerry Kernion – Mr. Henry Fenner
2. Richard KielVlad
5. Oscar Kightley – Fisherman
Sally KinghornMaudie
5. Judy KuhnPocahontas
1. Lucille La VerneThe Queen / The Witch
4. Emeril Lagasse – Marlon the Gator
5. Maurice LaMarcheKing
4. Angela LansburyMrs. Potts
4. Linda Larkin – Jasmine
5. Zachary LeviFlynn Rider
6. Jenifer Lewis – Mama Odie
4. Barbara LuddyMerryweather
1. James MacDonaldJaq / Gus / Bruno
9. Kelly MacdonaldMerida
1. Danny MannPercy
3. Jeffrey MarcusGerman Dignitary
5. Miriam MargolyesMatchmaker
6. Jason Marin – Flounder
6. Kenneth Mars – King Triton
4. Scotty MattrawBashful
1. Edie McClurg – Carlotta / Gerda
5. Dallas McKennonOwl / Diabio / Samson
1. Kevin McKiddLord MacGuffin / Young MacGuffin
2. Russell MeansChief Powhatan
9. Idina MenzelElsa
Tim MertinsGuard #3
5. Marvin MillerNarrator
Ritchie Montgomery – Reggie
1. Mandy MooreRapunzel
3. Pat MoritaThe Emperor
3. Temuera Morrison – Chief Tui
3. Alec MurphyBaker
5. Donna MurphyMother Gothel
2. Eddie MurphyMushu
5. Marni NixonMale Title Soloist "Cinderella" / Grandmother Fa
1. Paige O'HaraBelle
Callum O'NeillWee Dingwall
9. Soon-Tek OhFa Zhou
1. Moroni OlsenMagic Mirror
6. Jerry OrbachLumiere
2. Ron PerlmanStabbington Brother
2. William PhippsPrince Charming
9. Bradley PierceChip
5. Robert PineBishop
4. Troy Polamalu – Villager #1
2. Steve PurcellThe Crow
5. John RatzenbergerGordon
4. Kevin Michael Richardson – Ian the Gator
9. Kimmy RobertsonFeatherduster
2. Anika Noni Rose – Tiana
2. Will Ryan – Seahorse
9. Lea Salonga – Jasmine
2. Nicole Scherzinger – Sina
5. Douglas Seale – Sultan
Helen SeibertMice
9. Freda Foh ShenFa Li
3. Bill ShirleyPrince Phillip
2. Hal SmithPhillippe
2. Kath SoucieBimbette
Michelle St. JohnNakoma
Delaney Rose SteinYoung Rapunzel / Little Girl
4. David Ogden StiersCogsworth / Narrator / Governor Ratcliffe
5. Harry StockwellThe Prince
3. Livvy StubenrauchYoung Anna
June SullivanMice
9. George TakeiGreat Ancestor
2. Jeffrey TamborBig Nose Thug
5. Bill ThompsonKing Hubert
4. Emma ThompsonElinor
6. Paul F. TompkinsShort Thug
2. Jerry TondoChien-Po
5. Gordon TootoosisKekata
Danielle Mone Truitt – Georgia
9. Alan TudykDuke of Weselton / Heihei / Villager #3
1. Luis Van RootenThe King / The Grand Duke
2. Julie WaltersThe Witch
3. Gedde WatanabeLing
5. Scott Weinger – Aladdin
6. Frank WelkerFootstool / Abu / Rajah / Cave of Wonders / Flit / Cri-Kee / Khan
6. Ming-Na WenMulan
4. Richard WhiteGaston
6. Chris WilliamsOaken
5. Rhoda WilliamsDrizella
1. Robin Williams – Genie / Peddler
Maia WilsonBulda
9. Oprah Winfrey – Eudora
3. B.D. WongShang
6. Ilene WoodsCinderella
9. Michael-Leon Wooley – Louis
9. Jo Anne WorleyWardrobe
9. Ben Wright – Grimsby
6. Samuel E. Wright – Sebastian
Birthday Months + Death Months (19372016)
  • John Raring (August 25, 1912January 2, 1991) (Sleeping Beauty, Lady and the Tramp)
  • Pat Hingle (July 19, 1924January 3, 2009) (The Land Before Time, Muppets from Space)
  • Mae Questel (September 13, 1908January 4, 1998) (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
  • Richard Hunt (August 16, 1951January 7, 1992) (Sesame Street, The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock)
  • Patrick McGoohan (March 19, 1928January 13, 2009) (Treasure Planet)
  • Jean Simmons (January 31, 1929January 22, 2010) (Howl's Moving Castle)
  • Ian Wolfe (November 4, 1896January 23, 1992) (Pollyanna, Dick Tracy)
  • Jose Ferrer (January 8, 1912January 26, 1992) (The Little Drummer Boy)
  • Pat Welsh (February 11, 1915January 26, 1995) (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial)
  • John McIntire (June 27, 1907January 30, 1991) (The Rescuers, The Fox and the Hound)
  • James MacDonald (May 19, 1906February 1, 1991) (The Rescuers, Mickey Mouse cartoons, The Sword in the Stone, Cinderella, Fun and Fancy Free, Alice in Wonderland)
  • Nancy Kulp (August 28, 1921February 3, 1991) (The AristoCats)
  • Joe Raposo (February 8, 1937February 5, 1989) (Sesame Street, The Great Muppet Caper)
  • Jose Oliveira (December 30, 1914February 20, 1995) (The Three Caballeros, Saludos Amigos)
  • Eric Blore (December 23, 1887March 2, 1959) (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)
  • Gloria Wood (September 8, 1923March 4, 1995) (A Symposium on Popular Songs)
  • Howard Ashman (May 17, 1950March 14, 1991) (Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast)
  • Peter Graves (March 18, 1926March 14, 2010) (Mission: Impossible, Airplane!)
  • Fess Parker (August 16, 1924March 18, 2010) (Davy Crockett)
  • Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875March 19, 1950)
  • Campbell Grant (November 7, 1909March 24, 1992) (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)
  • Andres Bossard (August 9, 1944March 25, 1992) (The Muppet Show)
  • Nancy Walker (May 10, 1922March 25, 1992) (The Muppet Show)
  • Dink Trout (June 18, 1898March 26, 1950) (Alice in Wonderland)
  • Eda Reiss Merin (July 31, 1913March 31, 1998) (The Black Cauldron)
  • John Forsythe (January 29, 1918April 1, 2010) (Bachelor Father, Charlie's Angels, Dynasty)
  • Eddie Carroll (September 6, 1933April 6, 2010) (the voice of Jiminy Cricket)
  • Burl Ives (June 14, 1909April 14, 1995) (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer)
  • Andy Russell (September 16, 1919April 16, 1992) (Make Mine Music)
  • Tessie O'Shea (March 13, 1913April 21, 1995) (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
  • Clyde Geronimi (June 12, 1901April 24, 1989) (Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, 101 Dalmatians, Lady and the Tramp, Alice in Wonderland)
  • Dorothy Provine (January 20, 1935April 25, 2010) (It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World)
  • Ken Curtis (July 2, 1916April 28, 1991) (Robin Hood)
  • Lynn Redgrave (March 8, 1943May 2, 2010) (Peter Pan, The Wild Thornberrys Movie)
  • Dom DeLuise (August 1, 1933May 4, 2009) (Oliver & Company, The Secret of NIMH)
  • Lena Horne (June 30, 1917May 9, 2010) (Stormy Weather, The Wiz)
  • Wayne Allwine (February 7, 1947May 18, 2009) (the voice of Mickey Mouse)
  • Gilda Radner (June 28, 1946May 20, 1989) (The Muppet Show)
  • Eugenia Paul (March 3, 1935May 24, 2010) (Zorro)
  • Phil Hartman (September 24, 1948May 28, 1998) (Kiki's Delivery Service, The Brave Little Toaster)
  • Eddie Barth (September 29, 1931May 28, 2010) (Simon & Simon)
  • Dennis Hopper (May 17, 1936May 29, 2010) (Speed, Blue Velvet, Easy Rider)
  • Robert Morley (May 26, 1908June 3, 1992) (The Great Muppet Caper)
  • Jeanette Nolan (December 30, 1911June 5, 1998) (The Rescuers, The Fox and the Hound)
  • Bob Sweeney (October 19, 1918June 7, 1992) (Toby Tyler, Son of Flubber, Moon Pilot)
  • Jimmy Dean (August 10, 1928June 13, 2010) (Big Bad John)
  • George Reeves (January 5, 1914June 16, 1959) (Gone with the Wind)
  • Jack Wagner (October 17, 1925June 16, 1955) (Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disneyland)
  • J.M. Barrie (May 9, 1860June 19, 1937)
  • Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958June 25, 2009) (The Wiz)
  • Jonathan Benair (July 4, 1950June 28, 1998) (The Brave Little Toaster)
  • Ron Gans (August 9, 1931June 29, 2010) (Transformers, Welcome to Pooh Corner, Dumbo's Circus)
  • Ben Wright (May 5, 1915 – July 2, 1989) (The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid, 101 Dalmatians)
  • Ilene Woods (May 5, 1929July 1, 2010) (Cinderella)
  • Jim Backus (February 25, 1913July 3, 1989) (Pete's Dragon)
  • Rue McClanahan (February 21, 1934 – July 3, 2010)
  • Eva Gabor (February 11, 1919July 4, 1995) (The Rescuers, The Rescuers Down Under, The AristoCats)
  • Roy Rogers (November 5, 1911July 6, 1998) (Melody Time)
  • Cathy Cahn (April 26, 1954July 6, 2009)
  • Mel Blanc (May 30, 1908July 10, 1989) (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Pinocchio, Looney Tunes)
  • Dallas McKennon (July 19, 1919July 14, 2009) (Sleeping Beauty, Lady and the Tramp)
  • James Gammon (April 20, 1940July 16, 2010) (The Iron Giant)
  • Larry Roberts (September 28, 1926July 17, 1992) (Lady and the Tramp)
  • Lorene Yarnell (March 21, 1944July 29, 2010)
  • Paul Murry (November 25, 1911August 4, 1989) (Fantasia, The Three Caballeros, Saludos Amigos, Dumbo, Pinocchio, Song of the South, The Reluctant Dragon)
  • Phil Harris (June 24, 1904August 11, 1995) (The Jungle Book, Robin Hood, The AristoCats)
  • Virginia Davis (December 31, 1918August 15, 2009)
  • Bill Shirley (July 6, 1921August 27, 1989) (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Cammie King (August 5, 1934September 1, 2010) (Bambi, Gone with the Wind)
  • Frank Graham (November 22, 1914September 2, 1950) (The Three Caballeros, Saludos Amigos)
  • Glenn Shadix (April 15, 1952September 7, 2010) (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
  • Billie Mae Richards (November 21, 1921September 10, 2010) (Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer)
  • Harold Gould (December 10, 1923September 11, 2010) (Brother Bear)
  • Henry Gibson (September 21, 1935September 14, 2009) (Charlotte's Web)
  • Patrick Swayze (August 18, 1952September 14, 2009) (Dirty Dancing)
  • Olin Howland (February 10, 1886September 20, 1959) (Gone with the Wind)
  • Margaret Lee (March 9, 1909September 23, 1989) (Bambi)
  • Dr. Seuss (March 2, 1904September 24, 1991)
  • Gloria Stuart (July 4, 1910September 26, 2010) (Titanic)
  • Floyd Huddleston (August 19, 1918September 27, 1991) (The Jungle Book, The AristoCats)
  • Taylor Holmes (May 16, 1878September 30, 1959) (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Roddy McDowall (September 17, 1928October 3, 1998) (A Bug's Life, Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
  • Bette Davis (April 5, 1908October 6, 1989) (Return from Witch Mountain)
  • Jeff York (March 23, 1912October 11, 1995) (Old Yeller, Savage Sam, The Great Locomotive Chase, Westward Ho the Wagons!)
  • Jay Ward (September 20, 1920October 12, 1989) (The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show)
  • Tom Bosley (October 1, 1927October 19, 2010) (Happy Days, Father Dowling Mysteries)
  • Maxene Andrews (January 3, 1916October 21, 1995) (Melody Time, Make Mine Music)
  • Mary Wickes (June 13, 1910October 22, 1995) (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • Roger Miller (January 2, 1936October 25, 1992) (Robin Hood)
  • James MacArthur (December 8, 1937October 28, 2010) (Swiss Family Robinson)
  • Fred MacMurray (August 30, 1908November 5, 1991) (The Happiest Millionaire, The Shaggy Dog, The Absent-Minded Professor, Son of Flubber, Bon Voyage!, Follow Me, Boys!, Charley and the Angel)
  • Billy Lee (March 12, 1929November 17, 1989) (The Reluctant Dragon)
  • Arthur Q. Bryan (May 8, 1899November 18, 1959) (Looney Tunes)
  • Sterling Holloway (January 4, 1905November 22, 1992) (The Jungle Book, Dumbo, The AristoCats, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Alice in Wonderland, Make Mine Music, Bambi, The Three Caballeros)
  • Eleanor Audley (November 19, 1905November 25, 1991) (Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella)
  • Leslie Nielsen (February 11, 1926November 28, 2010) (Airplane!, The Naked Gun)
  • Ruth Clifford (February 17, 1900November 30, 1998) (Daisy Duck)
  • George J. Lewis (December 10, 1903December 8, 1995) (Davy Crockett, Zorro)
  • Joan Gardner (November 16, 1926December 10, 1992) (Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town)
  • Pat Walshe (July 26, 1900December 11, 1991) (The Wizard of Oz)
  • Blake Edwards (July 26, 1922December 15, 2010) (The Pink Panther, Breakfast at Tiffany's)
  • Roy E. Disney (January 10, 1930December 16, 2009) (Fantasia 2000)
  • Madge Sinclair (April 28, 1938December 20, 1995) (The Lion King)
  • Brittany Murphy (November 10, 1977December 20, 2009) (Happy Feet)
  • Butterfly McQueen (January 7, 1911December 22, 1995) (Gone with the Wind)
  • Bill Erwin (December 2, 1914December 29, 2010) (The Land Before Time)
Past Actors
Golden Age (19371967)
  1. Otis Harlan (December 29, 1865January 21, 1940) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (3 years)
  2. Eddie Collins (January 30, 1883September 2, 1940) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (3 years)
  3. Lucille La Verne (November 7, 1872March 4, 1945) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (8 years)
  4. Scotty Mattraw (October 18, 1880November 9, 1946) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (9 years)
  5. Moroni Olsen (June 27, 1889November 22, 1954) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (17 years)
  6. Taylor Holmes (May 16, 1878September 30, 1959) (Sleeping Beauty) (present)
  7. Roy Atwell (May 2, 1878February 6, 1962) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (25th anniversary)
  8. Verna Felton (July 20, 1890December 14, 1966) (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty) (16 years, 7 years)
  9. Pinto Colvig (September 11, 1892October 3, 1967) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Sleeping Beauty) (30th anniversary, 8 years)
The Dark Age (19701988)
  1. Bill Thompson (July 8, 1913July 15, 1971) (Sleeping Beauty) (12 years)
  2. Billy Gilbert (September 12, 1894September 12, 1971) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (34 years)
  3. Luis Van Rooten (November 29, 1906June 17, 1973) (Cinderella) (23 years)
  4. Stuart Buchanan (March 18, 1894February 4, 1974) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (37 years)
  5. Barbara Jo Allen (September 2, 1906September 14, 1974) (Sleeping Beauty) (15th anniversary)
  6. Don Barclay (December 26, 1892October 16, 1975) (Cinderella) (25th anniversary)
  7. Barbara Luddy (May 25, 1908April 1, 1979) (Sleeping Beauty) (20th anniversary)
  8. Harry Stockwell (April 27, 1902July 19, 1984) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (47 years)
  9. Marvin Miller (July 18, 1913February 8, 1985) (Sleeping Beauty)
The Renaissance (19891999)
  1. Ben Wright (May 5, 1915July 10, 1989) (The Little Mermaid) (present)
  2. Bill Shirley (July 6, 1921August 27, 1989) (Sleeping Beauty) (30th anniversary)
  3. James MacDonald (May 19, 1906February 1, 1991) (Cinderella) (41 years)
  4. Eleanor Audley (November 19, 1905November 25, 1991) (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty) (41 years, 32 years)
  5. Hal Smith (August 24, 1916January 28, 1994) (Beauty and the Beast) (3 years)
  6. Adriana Caselotti (May 16, 1916January 19, 1997) (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (60th anniversary)
  7. Betty Lou Gerson (April 20, 1914January 12, 1999) (Cinderella) (49 years)
  8. Candy Candido (December 25, 1913May 19, 1999) (Sleeping Beauty) (40th anniversary)
  9. Douglas Seale (October 28, 1913May 19, 1999) (Aladdin) (7 years)
  10. Paddi Edwards (December 9, 1931October 18, 1999) (The Little Mermaid) (10th anniversary)
  11. Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961November 11, 1999) (Beauty and the Beast, Mulan) (8 years, 1 year)
The Post Renaissance (19992008)
  1. Rex Everhart (June 13, 1920March 13, 2000) (Beauty and the Beast) (9 years)
  2. Joe Baker (December 14, 1928May 16, 2001) (Pocahontas) (6 years)
  3. Buddy Hackett (August 31, 1924June 30, 2003) (The Little Mermaid) (14 years)
  4. Jerry Orbach (October 20, 1935December 28, 2004) (Beauty and the Beast) (13 years)
  5. Thurl Ravenscroft (February 6, 1914May 22, 2005) (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty) (55th anniversary, 46 years)
  6. Hamilton Camp (October 30, 1934October 2, 2005) (The Little Mermaid) (16 years)
  7. Rhoda Williams (July 3, 1930March 8, 2006) (Cinderella) (56 years)
  8. Tony Jay (February 2, 1933August 13, 2006) (Beauty and the Beast) (15th anniversary)
The Revival (2009–present)
  1. Dallas McKennon (July 19, 1919July 14, 2009) (Sleeping Beauty) (50th anniversary)
  2. Ilene Woods (May 5, 1929July 1, 2010) (Cinderella) (60th anniversary)
  3. Kenneth Mars (April 4, 1935February 12, 2011) (The Little Mermaid) (22 years)
  4. Gordon Tootoosis (October 25, 1941July 5, 2011) (Pocahontas) (16 years)
  5. Russell Means (November 10, 1939October 22, 2012) (Pocahontas) (17 years)
  6. Lucille Bliss (March 31, 1916November 8, 2012) (Cinderella) (62 years)
  7. Philip L. Clarke (September 8, 1938April 23, 2013) (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin) (24 years, 22 years, 21 years)
  8. James Shigeta (June 17, 1929July 28, 2014) (Mulan) (16 years)
  9. Robin Williams (July 21, 1951August 11, 2014) (Aladdin) (22 years)
  10. Richard Kiel (September 13, 1939September 10, 2014) (Tangled) (4 years)
  11. Marni Nixon (February 22, 1930July 24, 2016) (Cinderella, Mulan) (66 years, 18 years)
  12. Miguel Ferrer (February 7, 1955January 19, 2017) (Mulan) (19 years)
  13. June Foray (September 18, 1917July 26, 2017) (Cinderella, Mulan) (67 years, 19 years)
Adriana Caselotti
Verna Felton, Ilene Woods
Dallas McKennon, Mary Costa
Jodi Benson
Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson
Scott Weinger
Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn
Eddie Murphy, Ming-Na Wen
Bruno Campos, Anika Noni Rose
Kelly Macdonald
Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff
Auli'i Cravalho
Eddie Collins
Ilene Woods
Eleanor Audley
Kenneth Mars, Samuel E. Wright
Richard White, Jesse Corti
Linda Larkin, Douglas Seale, Jonathan Freeman
Mel Gibson, Judy Kuhn, Irene Bedard
Gedde Watanabe, Ming-Na Wen, Harvey Fierstein, Jerry Tondo
Jenifer Lewis, Bruno Campos, Anika Noni Rose
Mandy Moore
Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly
Jonathan Groff
Dwayne Johnson
Adriana Caselotti
James MacDonald
Bill Shirley
Samuel E. Wright
Jerry Orbach
Scott Weinger, Robin Williams
Mel Gibson
Miguel Ferrer
Anika Noni Rose, Bruno Campos, Michael-Leon Wooley
Robbie Coltrane, Kelly Macdonald
Idina Menzel
Louise Bush
Lucille La Verne
William Phipps, Ilene Woods
Verna Felton, Barbara Luddy, Barbara Jo Allen
Pat Carroll
Frank Welker
Ming-Na Wen, Frank Welker, B.D. Wong
Oprah Winfrey, Terrence Howard, Elizabeth Dampier
Zachary Levi
Emma Thompson, Kelly Macdonald
Ciarán Hinds, Eva Bella, Maurice LaMarche, Livvy Stubenrauch, Jennifer Lee
Rachel House
Eddie Collins, Otis Harlan, Billy Gilbert, Pinto Colvig, Roy Atwell, Scotty Mattraw
Ilene Woods, Luis Van Rooten
Mary Costa, Bill Shirley
Jodi Benson, Jason Marin
Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson
Robin Williams, Scott Weinger
John Kassir, Frank Welker, Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn, Mel Gibson
Soon-Tek Oh, Ming-Na Wen
Anika Noni Rose
Mandy Moore
Kelly Macdonald, Julie Walters
Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell
Ilene Woods, Don Barclay
Mary Costa
Buddy Hackett, Samuel E. Wright, Jason Marin
Paige O'Hara
Jonathan Freeman, Linda Larkin
Judy Kuhn, Irene Bedard
Frank Welker, Eddie Murphy
Keith David
Kelly Macdonald
Kristen Bell
Auli'i Cravalho
Adriana Caselotti
Ilene Woods
Verna Felton, Barbara Jo Allen, Barbara Luddy
Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes
Angela Lansbury, Bradley Pierce, Rex Everhart
Scott Weinger, Robin Williams
Ming-Na Wen
Bruno Campos, Anika Noni Rose
Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi
Robbie Coltrane, Craig Ferguson, Kevin McKidd
Paul Briggs
Dwayne Johnson
Lucille La Verne
Rhoda Williams, Lucille Bliss, Eleanor Audley
Bill Shirley, Eleanor Audley
Ben Wright
David Ogden Stiers, Robby Benson
Frank Welker, Linda Larkin
Mel Gibson, John Kassir, Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn
Miguel Ferrer, B.D. Wong
Michael-Leon Wooley, Jenifer Lewis
Donna Murphy
Kelly Macdonald
Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell
Jemaine Clement
Pinto Colvig
Jodi Benson
Richard White, Jesse Corti
Mandy Moore
Kelly Macdonald
Auli'i Cravalho
William Phipps, Ilene Woods
Taylor Holmes, Verna Felton
Jason Marin
Paige O'Hara, Richard White
Douglas Seale, Jonathan Freeman, Gilbert Gottfried
Linda Hunt
Ming-Na Wen
Keith David, Peter Bartlett, Bruno Campos
Mandy Moore, Donna Murphy
Kevin McKidd
Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell
Louise Bush
Stuart Buchanan
June Foray
Eleanor Audley, Dallas McKennon
Caroline Vasicek, Kimmy Robertson
Paige O'Hara, Hal Smith
Frank Welker
Jim Cummings, Russell Means
Miguel Ferrer
Mandy Moore
Emma Thompson, Kelly Macdonald
Kristen Bell, Santino Fontana
Auli'i Cravalho
Lucille La Verne
Luis Van Rooten
Bill Shirley, Dallas McKennon
Jodi Benson, Jason Marin, Buddy Hackett
Robby Benson
Scott Weinger
Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn, John Kassir
Ming-Na Wen, Frank Welker
Breanna Brooks, John Goodman, Oprah Winfrey
Mandy Moore, Donna Murphy
Craig Ferguson
Jonathan Groff
Auli'i Cravalho
Scotty Mattraw
Verna Felton, Barbara Jo Allen, Barbara Luddy
Jason Marin
Rex Everhart, Paige O'Hara
Frank Welker, Scott Weinger
David Ogden Stiers
B.D. Wong, James Shigeta
Anika Noni Rose, Jim Cummings, Michael-Leon Wooley
Brad Garrett, Zachary Levi, Richard Kiel, Jeffrey Tambor
Kelly Macdonald
Kristen Bell
Alan Tudyk
Adriana Caselotti
Ilene Woods
Mary Costa, Dallas McKennon
Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Buddy Hackett
Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson
Robin Williams, Frank Welker, Scott Weinger
Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn, Mel Gibson
Miguel Ferrer
Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi
Josh Gad
Auli'i Cravalho
Scotty Mattraw, Otis Harlan, Billy Gilbert, Pinto Colvig
William Phipps, Ilene Woods
Bill Thompson, Taylor Holmes
Pat Carroll, Jodi Benson
Bradley Pierce
Frank Welker, Linda Larkin
Jim Cummings, Russell Means, Michelle St. John, Judy Kuhn, Irene Bedard
Miriam Margolyes, Ming-Na Wen
Anika Noni Rose, Bruno Campos
Donna Murphy
Robbie Coltrane, Craig Ferguson, Kevin McKidd, Kelly Macdonald
Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell
Auli'i Cravalho
Eleanor Audley, Rhoda Williams, Lucille Bliss
Eleanor Audley, Bill Shirley
Samuel E. Wright
Paige O'Hara
Robin Williams, Scott Weinger
David Ogden Stiers
James Hong, Pat Morita, Ming-Na Wen
Oprah Winfrey, Terrence Howard, Elizabeth Dampier
Zachary Levi, Mandy Moore
Kelly Macdonald
Idina Menzel
Eddie Collins, Pinto Colvig, Billy Gilbert, Scotty Mattraw, Otis Harlan, Roy Atwell
Ilene Woods
Barbara Jo Allen, Mary Costa, Verna Felton
Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes
Jonathan Freeman
Mel Gibson
Gedde Watanabe, Ming-Na Wen, Jerry Tondo
Corey Burton, Jerry Kernion, Michael-Leon Wooley
Mandy Moore
Julie Walters
Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell
Rachel House, Auli'i Cravalho
Adriana Caselotti
James MacDonald
Ben Wright
Jesse Corti, Richard White
Douglas Seale, Linda Larkin, Scott Weinger, Robin Williams, Frank Welker
Jim Cummings
Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson
Auli'i Cravalho
Verna Felton
Bill Shirley, Mary Costa
Ben Wright, Jodi Benson
Frank Welker, Paige O'Hara
Douglas Seale, Jonathan Freeman, Gilbert Gottfried
John Kassir, Frank Welker
George Takei, Eddie Murphy
Jenifer Lewis
Zachary Levi, Mandy Moore
Josh Gad, Kristen Bell
Auli'i Cravalho
Ilene Woods
Eleanor Audley
Kenneth Mars, Samuel E. Wright
Rex Everhart, David Ogden Stiers
Scott Weinger, Frank Welker
Irene Bedard, Mel Gibson
Ming-Na Wen, B.D. Wong
Jim Cummings
Billy Connolly
Idina Menzel
Lucille La Verne
James MacDonald, June Foray
Jodi Benson
Mary Kay Bergman, Kath Soucie
Robin Williams
Billy Connolly, David Ogden Stiers, Jim Cummings, Russell Means, Mel Gibson
Frank Welker, Eddie Murphy
Kelly Macdonald
Kristen Bell, Josh Gad
Verna Felton, Ilene Woods
Bill Shirley, Dallas McKennon
Ben Wright, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Jodi Benson
Paige O'Hara
Robin Williams
Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn, Mel Gibson
Eddie Murphy, Ming-Na Wen
Julie Walters
Idina Menzel
Luis Van Rooten, William Phipps
Bob Amsberry, Candy Candido, Pinto Colvig, Eleanor Audley
Pat Carroll
Paige O'Hara
Gilbert Gottfried, Jonathan Freeman, Scott Weinger
Harvey Fierstein, Jerry Tondo, James Hong, Ming-Na Wen, B.D. Wong
Kelly Macdonald
Kristen Bell
Ilene Woods
Mary Costa, Dallas McKennon
Jodi Benson
Paige O'Hara
Frank Welker
Paul Briggs
James MacDonald
Bill Shirley, Eleanor Audley
Jason Marin, Jodi Benson
Alvin Epstein, Paige O'Hara
Charlie Adler, Gilbert Gottfried, Jonathan Freeman, Frank Welker
Ming-Na Wen
Kelly Macdonald
Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff
Eleanor Audley
Mary Costa
Buddy Hackett
Robby Benson, Paige O'Hara
Frank Welker, Linda Larkin
Emma Thompson
Luis Van Rooten
Barbara Luddy, Verna Felton, Barbara Jo Allen
Jodi Benson, Jason Marin
Paige O'Hara
Frank Welker, Scott Weinger
Robbie Coltrane, Craig Ferguson, Kevin McKidd
Ilene Woods, William Phipps
Mary Costa
Kenneth Mars
David Ogden Stiers, Jerry Orbach
Douglas Seale, Linda Larkin
Julie Walters, Kelly Macdonald
Eleanor Audley
Jodi Benson
Paige O'Hara
Ilene Woods, William Phipps
Mary Costa
Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes
Robby Benson, Paige O'Hara, Angela Lansbury, David Ogden Stiers, Frank Welker, Bradley Pierce, Mary Kay Bergman, Jerry Orbach
Linda Larkin, Lea Salonga, Brad Kane, Scott Weinger
Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson
Jodi Benson, Jason Marin
Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Paige O'Hara
Robin Williams
Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly, Kelly Macdonald
Barbara Luddy, Mary Costa, Barbara Jo Allen, Verna Felton
Jodi Benson
Paige O'Hara
Scott Weinger, Robin Williams
Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson
Barbara Jo Allen
Rex Everhart, Hal Smith
Robin Williams, Jonathan Freeman
Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson
Bill Shirley, Eleanor Audley
Pat Carroll, Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes
Jerry Orbach, Robby Benson
Robin Williams, Scott Weinger
Robbie Coltrane
Candy Candido, Pinto Colvig, Bob Amsberry
Jodi Benson, Christopher Daniel Barnes
David Ogden Stiers, Jerry Orbach
Scott Weinger, Brad Kane, Linda Larkin, Lea Salonga
Peigi Barker, Emma Thompson
Barbara Luddy, Verna Felton, Barbara Jo Allen
Hal Smith, Paige O'Hara
Scott Weinger, Robin Williams
Kelly Macdonald
Mary Costa, Bill Shirley
Robby Benson, Paige O'Hara
Scott Weinger, Jonathan Freeman
Kelly Macdonald, Steve Purcell
Taylor Holmes, Verna Felton
Robby Benson
Linda Larkin, Douglas Seale, Scott Weinger
Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly
Eleanor Audley
Linda Larkin, Lea Salonga, Brad Kane, Scott Weinger
Craig Ferguson, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd
Bill Shirley, Mary Costa
Linda Larkin, Scott Weinger
Kelly Macdonald