The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters: From Mickey panya, kipanya to Hercules by John Grant
Walt Disney Character Description of The Sultan from "Aladdin" (1992)
Portly and chubby-faced, with a large turban and a small stature, the Sultan hardly conforms to one's image of the average despot, yet he is a despot toward his daughter: confined within the palace walls, she must choose a suitor of noble blood kwa the time she is sixteen, because that is the law. It does not occur to the Sultan until very late in the movie that, although he did not originate the law, it is within his power to change...
With the stunning success of "The Lion King" this weekend, Disney might re-release other classics in 3D, its distribution chief told TheWrap Sunday.
"It's probably one of the first things we're going to be having a conversation about inayofuata week," studio distribution chief Dave Hollis said. "When wewe look at our library, there are some very special gems as it were, and for those that transcend time -- and a lot of them do ... to bring them through 3D is a great opportunity."
He stressed that there are no plans yet. But, he said, "The Lion King" success "gives a lot of hope to the possibilities...
Was there ever a scarier, zaidi exciting animated feature than "Pinocchio"? I doubt it - at least not if wewe were between the ages of 5 and 10 when wewe saw it, and could identify with its blockheaded little hero. Pinocchio, who is not the brightest char acter in the history of cartoons, wants only to be a good little boy, but he's trapped kwa scoundrels who want to use him as a sideshow attraction, and then he's kidnapped and sent to an island where he will be turned into a donkey and put to work in the salt mines all siku long.