Top 10 Most Famous Female Disney Characters

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Did you know that the male characters in the Disney movies have 3 times more to say than the female characters? So work to do for Disney!

Pocahontas is the most famous female Disney character. The film is based on a true story. She is spontaneous, adventurous and very brave.

Do you want to know which other female Disney characters are in this top 10? Then read on quickly!

1. Pocahontas

Disney’s Pocahontas story is loosely based on a real-life daughter of a chieftain of the Powhatan tribe.

Her real name was Matoaka, but she was nicknamed Pocahontas, which means “little rascal.”

Pocahontas lives up to its name; she is spontaneous, playful, adventurous and very brave.

She is also very intelligent and knows all the trees and animals in the forest. Its natural charm and strong character are admired by many.

The English explorer John Smit falls in love with Pocahontas.

Then the English come and they want to take the country.

With the help of grandmother Willow, Pocahontas and John Smit manage to prevent a war between her people and the English.

2. Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell is a character in JM Barnie’s novel, Peter Pan . Tinker Bell is a little fairy and Peter Pan’s best friend.

She is quite jealous and therefore does not get along with the human children Wendy and Tiger Lily.

In fact, she becomes so jealous that she hatches a plan with Captain Hook to get rid of Wendy.

Tinkerbel’s character appealed so much to the imagination that she got her first film of her own in 2008.

This little elf has since made several films and has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In the movie ‘ Hook ‘, the role of Tinker Bell is played by Julia Roberts.

In this movie, Peter Pan is an adult. When his children are kidnapped by Captain Hook, Tinker Bell grows into human form to help Peter regain his childhood memories and free his children.

3. Alice in Wonderland

The story of Alice in Wonderland is a narration by Charles Litdidge Dodson.

He made up the story for the three children of a family friend of the Liddells and, at the request of one of the daughters, Alice, wrote it down.

It took him 2 years, and in 1865 it was finally on the shelves.

The story is seen as a modern fairy tale in which ‘nonsense’ is mocked. Inanimate things like cards and a clock come to life and play a big part.

A lot of inexplicable things happen, and when you watch the film with an open mind of an adult you see a lot of indications that the writer has knowledge of hallucinogenic drugs.

4. Elsa

Elsa van Arendelle is one of the main characters in the 53rd Disney Factory animated film, Frozen . Her father is the king of a northern land and has another daughter, Anna.

Elsa possesses magical powers that allow her to create and manipulate ice and snow. When she is crowned the new queen, she inadvertently sends the land into an eternal winter.

Therefore, she decides to live far away from everyone, so that she can no longer harm anyone.

Of course everything ends well; she learns to control her emotions so that her magical powers can no longer cause misfortune.

She develops a close relationship with her sister and of course there is a prince involved.

5. Mulan

This Disney movie from 1998 revolves around Mulan. Mulan didn’t wait for a prince to come to her rescue, but went into training camp to save her father and her country.

Mulan’s father is called up to fight in the war. Mulan dresses up as a boy and takes his place.

After 12 years of war, Mulan returns to her hometown along with her comrades from the war. To their great surprise, they only then find out that Mulan is a woman.

The Chinese were initially not happy with Disney’s Mulan film, because the story deviated from the original Chinese story and there were many ‘inaccuracies’ in it.

Disney’s simple defense was that Walt Disney makes fantasy films and not historical documentaries.

Perhaps the Chinese could have concluded this themselves when the talking dragon entered the narrative.

6. Mary Poppins

Disney first tried to buy the film rights to Mary Poppins from PL Travers in 1938. Travers refused; she did not believe that a film version of her books would do justice to her creation.

Disney made frequent attempts to convince Travers and finally succeeded in 1961.

At the time, Disney was mainly known as a producer of cartoons, and had not yet produced any major live-action work.

Mary Poppins is a nanny in London. The year is 1908. Mary Poppins is quite conventional in appearance.

She is distinguished from the other nannies by her magical powers, which she mainly uses in the performance of her position as a nanny.

7. Hanna Montana

Hannah Montana is the name of an American comedy series that aired on the Disney Channel in 2008.

The target audience were children between the ages of 7 and 17. The series ran for 4 seasons and ended on May 14, 2010.

The popular series was about the life of Miley Stewart, a teenager who led a double life. When she put on a blonde wig, she turned into pop idol Hanna Montana.

The series became a huge success, and Hanna Montana even gave real concerts.

The main role was played by the young Miley Cyrus. After the series, she continued to sing and perform.

Miley Cyrus is now a star of world allure and has had to fight hard to get rid of her image as a Disney star.

8. Dory

Dory is the blue fish with yellow fins who helps Nemo in his search for his father.

Dory’s so-called wise sayings are especially favored by the adults, who understand the humor behind them.

Dory helps Marlin, Nemo’s father, see the world in a different way, reminding us that sometimes you have to let go and take risks to live your life to the fullest.

Believe in yourself and persevere, even if the people around you don’t believe in you.

9. Miss Piggy

Although she was not born into Walt Disney’s stable, the Disney Company bought all the rights to the Muppet show in 2004. That is why Miss Piggy now belongs to the list of important Disney women.

Miss Piggy is the female star of the Muppet Show, she definitely thinks so! The diva has a soft spot for Kermit the Frog, who is the host of the Muppet show.

Miss Piggy is very jealous and can be quite aggressive at times.

10. Fiona

Fiona is loved by everyone. Cursed by a witch as a child, she turns into an ogre. She is locked in a tower guarded by a dragon.

In the first Shrek movie, Shrek defeats the dragon and frees Fiona. When they kiss, Fiona turns into an Ogre for good.

After that, Fiona and Shrek are inseparable, also in the 3 sequels, games and specials that are released there.

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