Disney has been a part of the lives of many generations and its films have some of the best well-crafted three-dimensional characters of the animation world. Kids and adults enjoy Disney films not only because of their easy-going-ness but because of the powerful messages it conveys through its characters. Here is the list of top 9 best Disney characters of all time:
Baymax is a character made by Tadashi Hamada in 2014 Disney’s Big Hero 6. Sadly, the original Baymax was left in a mysterious place trying to save Hiro. People almost teared up in that part. His courage and loyalty is one of the reasons why Baymax is one of he is favorite Disney characters.
Mulan is awesome, plain and simple. She’s a ridiculously relatable character (who hasn’t had to deal with spilling tea and fighting for what they believe in from time to time?) and peop;e love her to pieces.They can’t even imagine how scary it must be to hear that your father has to go back to war. It’s even scarier to gather up the courage to go for him.
One of the traits most well known about Cinderella is that she is hard-working. When her dad dies, her evil stepmother and stepsisters boss her around, but she never argues. You might even say she’s a push-over (someone who can’t stand up for themselves). But we can leave that trait out if it destroys your view of Cinderella! 🙂 Another trait might be kindness . Cinderella is very kind to everyone she meets – even her stepsisters and stepmother!
A beautiful girl with a voice like a bell and a very sharp tongue. She fixes kitchenware and loves Peter jealously and intensely. She despises any girl that lays claim on Peter’s affections, especially Wendy, and can be quite violent. She loves Peter so much that she almost dies to save his life.
The clumsy, dimwitted Goofy is one of the most well known and beloved Disney characters. Despite his intelligence, Goofy is brave, sweet and caring and has a surprisingly accurate intuition. Goofy can usually be found adventuring with his best friends Micky Mouse and Donald Duck.
Genie is an all-powerful spirit (a “jinni”) residing in a magical oil lampand the tritagonist in Disney’s 1992 animated feature film, Aladdin.
Genie is loosely based off the Genie of the Lamp featured in the One thousand and one night folk tale Aladdin. The figure in the tale, while important, was portrayed as a mere servant, while the Disney interpretation was greatly expanded into an identifiable character personality, the most notable difference being the Disney genie’s ultimate wish to be free.
The exposure of Aladdin to the audience immediately and essentially highlights the issue of social injustice/disadvantage since while it’s not necessarily specified whether he ever tried to find a job or break away from the grip of poverty it’s established with a perfect clarity – and directly addressed in character introductory musical number – that he steals not even the most necessary items but food because he’s hungry and needs to eat to survive.
Woody is a loyal toy who has been Andy’s favorite toy since kindergarten. Woody is a smart, determined, and passionate man, and would do anything for his nearest and dearest friends. He considers everyone on his good side as a family and he tries his best to keep his family together at all times. Yet, he is a flawed character. He has a lot of doubt, anger, frustration, uncertainty, and sadness, almost like a human. But despite his jumbled emotions, he tries his very best not to show them to his friends, so he can seem brave and courageous, but he’s not afraid to confront or comfort his friends with utmost care.
1. Mickey Mouse
Mickey is just so entertaining and funny. People’s favorite Mickey Mouse show is the Mickey Mouse shorts, because he has a lot of humor in there. He is also very interesting, since he is a cartoon legend. He was made before colors in films were available. Mickey Mouse is also very cute and hilarious. Mickey Mouse will always be a legend. He will never grow old.