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Walt Disney ikoni of Scar from "The Lion King" (1994)
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The Little Mermaid Early Original Script


It is a bright, sunny morning. Scuttle is excitedly flying toward the palace.


INT. ARIEL'S BEDROOM


Ariel is asleep in her kitanda with a happy smile on her face. She is dreaming of romance with Eric. Sebastian is also asleep, on the stand beside the bed, SNORING loudly. Scuttle swoops through the window and enters the bedroom.


SCUTTLE
(shouting)
Ariel! WAKE UP!!!


Sebastian wakes up with a jolt in reaction to Scuttle's screaming. Scuttle flies over to Ariel and frantically pulls at her clothes and her hair. She wakes up groggily.


SCUTTLE (cont.)
I just heard the news!...
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 Prince Phillip and his horse Samson
Prince Phillip and his horse Samson
The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters: From Mickey panya, kipanya to Hercules by
John Grant

Character Description of Prince Phillip and Samson from "Sleeping Beauty" (1959)

The handsome Prince in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was nothing zaidi than a cipher - it was not thought necessary even to name him. Prince Charming in Cinderella was zaidi than just a plot device, but nevertheless still had only a minor part. For the third in their trio of great fairy stories, however, Disney gave the handsome Prince a far meatier role, and consequently his character had to be portrayed in zaidi detail....
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The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters: From Mickey panya, kipanya to Hercules by
John Grant

Character Description of Ronno from "Bambi" (1945)


The part of Ronno, the buck whom Bambi fights over Faline, is small yet quite vivid, all the zaidi so as the animators adopted a semi-abstract treatment for large sections of the fight. The striking thing about Ronno is that he is much zaidi solid than Bambi: darker in colour and heavier of build, he seems to be definitely heavier and definitely older than our hero. Clearly it was important to portray him in this way, for thereby Disney ensured that our sympathies are doubly engaged on Bambi's side - he is the underdog, triumphing even although the odds are stacked against him.
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