The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief
Directed by: Ron Clements, John Musker
Produced by: Peter Del Vecho, John Lasseter
Screenplay by: Ron Clements, John Musker, Rob Edwards
Story by: Ron Clements, John Musker, Greg Erb, Jason Oremland, Don Hall
Based on: The Frog Princess by E. D. Baker, The Frog Prince by Brothers Grimm
Starring: Pamela Adlon, Dee Bradley Baker, Charles Barkley, Peter Bartlett, Jeff Bennett, Bob Bergen, Larry Bird, Jocelyn Blue, Muggsy Bogues, Gail Borges, Shawn Bradley, Paul Briggs, Breanna Brooks, Corey Burton, Joey Camen, Bruno Campos, T.K. Carter, Kristin Chenoweth, Jennifer Cody, Michael Colyar, Jim Cummings, Elizabeth Dampier, Keith David, Danny DeVito, Patrick Ewing, Bill Farmer, America Ferrera, June Foray, John Goodman, Don Hall, Dorian Harewood, Jane Horrocks, Terrence Howard, Anjelica Huston, Charity James, Michael Jordan, Larry Johnson, Steve Kehela, Jerry Kernion, Wayne Knight, Emeril Lagasse, Maurice LaMarche, Jenifer Lewis, Lucy Liu, Jesse McCartney, June Melby, Ritchie Montgomery, Bill Murray, Kathy Najimy, Randy Newman, Rob Paulsen, Richard Portnow, Theresa Randle, Catherine Reitman, Kevin Michael Richardson, Anika Noni Rose, Kath Soucie, Darnell Suttles, Raven-Symoné, Danielle Moné Truitt, Steve Valentine, Billy West, Colleen Wainwright, Mae Whitman, Oprah Winfrey, Michael-Leon Wooley
Narrated by: Loreena McKennitt
Music by: Randy Newman, Joel McNeely, James Newton Howard
Edited by: Jeff Draheim
Production company: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios
Distributed by: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release dates: November 25, 2009 (New York), December 11, 2009 (United States)
DVD/Blu-Ray release date: March 16, 2010
Running time: 263 minutes
Country: United States
Budget: $105 million
Box office: $267.0 million
The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief is a 2009 American 3D live action/traditionally animated/computer-animated musical romantic fantasy comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Loosely based on the novel The Frog Princess by E.D. Baker, which is in turn based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale "The Frog Prince", it is the 49th animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, sharing with the 11th feature, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. It shares with Disney's The Little Mermaid and Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 2 as Disney's holiday anniversary films. The film is directed by Ron Clements & John Musker (Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, The Great Mouse Detective, Treasure Planet, Moana, Hercules), produced by Peter Del Vecho (Treasure Planet, Frozen & Muppets & Fairies' Wintery Secret, Frozen Fever w/ Never Muppetational Pirate) and John Lasseter (Toy Story, Cars, A Bug's Life), and screenplay written by Clements, Musker, and Rob Edwards (Treasure Planet). Set in 1920s New Orleans, the film tells the story of a hardworking waitress Tiana who dreams of owning her own restaurant and a tinker fairy named Tinker Bell dreams of going to the mainland for springtime with the fairies of Pixie Hollow. After kissing Prince Naveen of Maldonia who has been turned into a frog by an evil witch doctor, Tiana must find a way to turn back into a human before it is too late. Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes' team dreams of owning freedom with the help of retired basketball player named Michael Jordan by competing in the basketball game against the Nerdlucks/MonStars who steal the talents from the NBA players.
The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief began production under the working title The Frog Princess and Tinker Bell and the Ring of Belief. It marked Disney's return to traditional animation, as it was the studio's first traditionally animated film since Home on the Range. Co-directed Ron Clements and John Musker, directors of Disney's highly successful films The Little Mermaid and Aladdin, returned to Disney to direct The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief. The studio returned to a Broadway musical-style format frequently used during the Disney Renaissance, and features music written by composer Randy Newman, well known for his musical involvement in Pixar films such as A Bug's Life, Monsters Inc., Cars, and the Toy Story trilogy (I + II + III). The film also marked the return of Disney animated musical films based on well-known stories since the Disney Renaissance. It feature the ensemble voice cast that stars Anika Noni Rose, Mae Whitman, Michael Jordan, Bruno Campos, Keith David, Michael-Leon Wooley, Wayne Knight, Danny DeVito, Billy West, Kristin Chenoweth, Dee Bradley Baker, Raven-Symoné, Bob Bergen, Lucy Liu, Bill Farmer, America Ferrera, Jennifer Cody, Jim Cummings, Rob Paulsen, Jeff Bennett, Jane Horrocks, Pamela Adlon, Peter Bartlett, Kath Soucie, Theresa Randle, Bill Murray, Jesse McCartney, Anjelica Huston, Jenifer Lewis, Larry Bird, John Goodman, June Foray, Maurice LaMarche, Oprah Winfrey, and Terrence Howard. Joel McNeely, along with Randy Newman and James Newton Howard composed the music for Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief.
The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief opened in limited release in New York City and Los Angeles on November 25, 2009, and in wide release on December 11, 2009. The film received positive reviews and was successful at the box office, ranking first place on its opening weekend in North America, and grossing $267 million worldwide. It received three Academy Award nominations at the 82nd Academy Awards: one for Best Animated Feature and two for Best Original Song. It lost to Up and Crazy Heart, respectively. Some film critics and pundits regard The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief as a turning point for Walt Disney Animation Studios, and to have ignited the "Disney Revival", playing a crucial role in the studio's subsequent string of acclaimed animated films. Six sequels were also produced by the studio with new releases and seven new original releases; Muppets & Fairies Treasure Autumn, released with Tangled on November 24, 2010; Tinker Bell's Midsummer Rescue, released with Winnie the Pooh on July 15, 2011; Mickey's Christmas Carol Remastered, released on November 4, 2011; Wreck-It Ralph, released on November 2, 2012; Muppets & Fairies' Wintery Secret, released with Frozen on November 27, 2013; Donald and His Friends, released on June 27, 2014; Big Hero 6, released on November 7, 2014; Never Muppetational Pirate, released with Frozen Fever on April 3, 2015; The NeverZootropolis Legend, released with Zootopia on March 4, 2016; Moana, released on November 23, 2016; Tinker Bell's Enchanted Beyond, released with Frozen Holiday on December 1, 2017; Wreck-It Ralph 2, released on March 9, 2018; and Gigantic, released on November 21, 2018. The film was presented in the Disney Digital 3-D, RealD, and IMAX 3D formats. The film was released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 16, 2010.
Young fairy Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) is born from the first laugh of a baby lying in the nursery crib in Bloomsbury, and is brought by the winds to Pixie Hollow. In New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Young girl Tiana (Elizabeth Dampier) and her friend, Miss Charlotte LaBouff (Breanna Brooks), are told the story of the Frog Prince by Tiana's mother, Eudora (Oprah Winfrey), while she makes a dress for Charlotte. Later that night, Tiana and her father James (Terrence Howard) make gumbo while he tells her how good food brings people together and about his dream of owning his own restaurant. Professional basketball player Michael Jordan (Himself) announces his retirement from the sport to follow his late father's career as a baseball player.
Tiana (Anika Noni Rose) is a young waitress who works at two different diners and in order to raise money to buy an old sugar mill, which she plans to turn into the restaurant her father dreamed about. Tinker Bell learns that her talent is to be one of the tinkers, the fairies and people who make and fix things. Two other tinker fairies, Bobble (Rob Paulsen) and Clank (Jeff Bennett), teach her their craft, and tell her about the fairies who visit the mainland to bring each season, including spring (the season of Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's Day, and Easter). Tinker Bell is thrilled and cannot wait to go to the mainland for spring. Despite Jordan's popularity, it become evident while playing with the minor-league Los Angeles Dodgers, part of the Chicago White Sox farm system; that his baseball talent is nowhere near his basketball talent. Jordan is assigned a publicist, Stan Podolak (Wayne Knight), to make his new career less bumpy.
Meanwhile, in the intergalactic outer space, the Nerdlucks, a group of criminal aliens; led by their boss Mr. Swackhammer (Danny DeVito), plot to capture the Looney Tunes, who really exist in a secret animated world called Looney Tune Land (hidden at the center of the Earth), and make them their newest attractions at Moron Mountain, a failing amusement park. Swackhammer believes enslaving Bugs Bunny (Billy West) and the Tunes in this way will bring in more customers and save Moron Mountain from foreclosure. The Nerdlucks arrive in Looney Tune Land, and since they aren't very intelligent or tall; Bugs, Daffy Duck (Dee Bradley Baker), and the Tunes bargain for their freedom by challenging the Nerdlucks to a basketball game.
While out working, Tinker Bell meets Silvermist (Lucy Liu), a water fairy; Rosetta (Kristin Chenoweth), a garden fairy; Iridessa (Raven-Symoné), a light fairy; and Fawn (America Ferrera), an animal fairy. For Mardi Gras, Eli "Big Daddy" LaBouff (John Goodman), a rich sugar baron and Charlotte's father, invites Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos) of Maldonia to his masquerade ball, Charlotte (Jennifer Cody) hires Tiana for catering services, including beignets. Big Daddy seeks to welcome the recently arrived Prince Naveen as an eligible suitor to his daughter. Tiana is thrilled to finally have enough to purchase and renovate the old sugar mill into her restaurant. The financially cut-off Prince Naveen, penniless and unskilled, is intent on marrying a wealthy woman rather than learning a trade. He and his valet Lawrence (Peter Bartlett) encounter Dr. Facilier (Keith David), a voodoo witch doctor who convinces the pair that he can improve both their lives. Instead, Facilier transforms Naveen into a frog and gives Lawrence a voodoo charm that transforms his appearance to that of Naveen's when worn.
After meeting them, she notices Vidia (Pamela Adlon), a fast-flying fairy who immediately dislikes her because of her unusually strong talent. Vidia challenges her to prove she will be able to go to the mainland. Tinker Bell creates inventions, which she shows to the Minister of Spring (Steve Valentine). But Tinker Bell soon learns from Queen Clarion (Anjelica Huston) that only nature-talent fairies visit the mainland. At the masquerade ball, Tiana discovers she may lose the sugar mill to a higher bidder. Tiana then meets Prince Naveen, who, believing her to be a princess because of her costume, asks her to kiss him and break Facilier's curse. Tiana reluctantly agrees, in exchange for the money needed to outbid the other buyer. However, instead of Prince Naveen turning back into a human, Tiana is turned into a frog herself. A chase ensues, and Prince Naveen and Tiana escape to a bayou. Facilier intends for Lawrence, under the guise of Naveen, to marry Charlotte in order to gain access to her father's fortune; Lawrence will get 40% of it as payment for his help.
The Nerdlucks travel around the USA and steal the talent of Patrick Ewing (Himself), Larry Johnson (Himself), Charles Barkley (Himself), Muggsy Bogues (Himself), and Shawn Bradley (Himself), who are rendered incapable of playing basketball as a result. They use the stolen talent to transform into gigantic creatures—now called the MonStars—that the Tunes are unable to defeat. Tinker Bell tries her hand at nature skills; making dewdrops with Silvermist, lighting fireflies with Iridessa, and trying with Fawn to teach baby birds to fly, but she fails miserably at all of these. Meanwhile, Bobble and Clank cover for Tinker Bell when questioned by Fairy Mary (Jane Horrocks), the tinker fairy overseer. When Tinker Bell returns, she tries to explain, but Mary simply responds that she knows, and expresses her disappointment with Tinker Bell's actions.
To help the Tunes win the game, Bugs recruits Jordan during a relaxing game of golf with Podolak and their friends, Bill Murray (Himself) and Larry Bird (Himself) and recruits him. He reluctantly agrees to help after the MonStars squash him into the shape of a ball and bounce him around like one. 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 naively in love with Evangeline, another firefly who is revealed to be the Evening Star. Louis and Ray offer Tiana and Naveen to lead them to find Mama Odie, who they believe can undo the curse. Lawrence later proposes to Charlotte, who agrees, but the magic in Facilier's charm wears off and Lawrence reverts to his original form. Another sample of the prince's blood is needed in order to prolong the spell, but Facilier finds that Lawrence foolishly released him. Facilier turns to the voodoo spirits for help, with the promise that once Lawrence marries Charlotte, he will have total control over New Orleans and will be able to offer the citizens' souls as payment. The voodoo spirits provide shadow demons, who are dispatched to locate Naveen.
On the beach, Tinker Bell finds parts of a music box and a Swan Lake ballerina out how to put them together. Iridessa, Fawn, Silvermist, and Rosetta witness her doing this, then tell her that she was tinkering and that she should be proud of her talent—if this is what she's good at, the mainland should not matter. But Tinker Bell still wants to go to the mainland. She asks Rosetta if she will still teach her to be a garden fairy, but Rosetta says she thinks that tinkering is Tinker Bell's talent. That night, Bugs and Daffy go to Jordan's house to collect what he needs to play – his basketball gear, barely dodging family dog Charles, who has the shorts. Podolak has been digging out the golf hole to find Jordan, but he follows Bugs and Daffy to another one, reuniting with Jordan and stays to support him, whose team will be called the Tune Squad. Another recruit is Lola Bunny (Kath Soucie) who Bugs falls in love with. The four at last meet the good voodoo priestess Mama Odie (Jenifer Lewis) and she tells Tiana and Naveen that Naveen must kiss a true princess for them to become human, and that since Big Daddy is King of the Mardi Gras Parade, Charlotte is a princess, but only until the clock strokes midnight, when Mardi Gras is over.
Somewhere around the United States, the sudden inability of five top NBA players to play basketballs captures the attention of the media—and the rest of the NBA—as more and more NBA teams refuse to take the court, fearing the same phenomenon will attack them. The five NBA players themselves go through a series of physical, medical, psychological and spiritual tests to figure out why they have no talent anymore, to no avail. Eventually all NBA stadiums are quarantined and the season is declared officially over until further notice.
As a last resort, Tinker Bell asks Vidia for help in becoming a garden fairy. Vidia craftily tell her that capturing the sprinting thistles would prove her worth. However, once she sees Tinker Bell making process, she lets the captured thistles loose, and in attempting to recapture them, Tinker Bell destroys all the preparations for spring. Tinker Bell decides to leave, but after talking with the light-keeper, Terence (Jesse McCartney), about how important his job is, she realizes the importance of a tinker. The day of the Ultimate Game arrives and the two teams and the Tune Squad & MonStars take the court.
Despite Jordan's leadership, the MonStars dominate the first half of the game. Podolak sneaks into the MonStars' locker room and overhears them talking about how they stole the talent from the NBA players, but he is detected despite hiding in a locker and scorched as a result. Naveen tells Ray he loves Tiana and is willing to give up his dreams for her, but before he can tell her directly, he is captured by the shadow demons and brought to Facilier. Podolak informs the Tune Squad that the MonStars stole the talent from the NBA players. Bugs motivates the team with a "special drink", and the MonStars' commanding lead is reduced to a significantly smaller margin, allowing the characters to take the lead, using Tune weaponry.
After Ray tells Tiana that Naveen truly loves her, Tiana goes to the Mardi Gras Parade only to find "Naveen" marrying Charlotte. Tiana escapes to be alone, while Ray is able to help the real Naveen escape and steals the charm. Ray gives the charm to Tiana to hold back Facilier's minions, but Facilier defeats and mortally wounds him. Seeing Swackhammer angry that the MonStars did not steal Jordan's talent, Jordan takes the chance to raise the stakes. If the Tune Squad wins, the MonStars must give the NBA players their talent back, but if they lose, then Swackhammer is to spare the Tunes in exchange for Jordan. He readily accepts it and Bugs tries to talk him out of it, all the while being aware of what it means if Jordan is subjected to humiliation on Moron Mountain for all time. The MonStars begin playing even dirtier than before at the Tune Squad. Facilier then confronts Tiana and transforms her into her dream form. He then offers to make her restaurant dream come true in exchange for the charm, but Tiana refuses and attempts to destroy the talisman, realizing that even if she does not have what she wants, she still has what she needs. Facilier manages to catch it before it breaks and turns Tiana back into her frog form, unwittingly giving her the opportunity to grab the talisman with his tongue and destroy it. The angered voodoo spirits appear and, using Facilier himself as payment for his debts, drag him to the voodoo version of Hell.
While the innocent Lawrence is arrested, Tiana and Naveen reveal their love to each other. Charlotte, after listening to their explanation of the situation, agrees to kiss Naveen so he and Tiana can be together. The clock strikes before she can kiss him. Louis brings the dying Ray to Naveen and Tiana, who tell him that they are happy to live together as frogs. The Tunes are injured, one by one, until only Jordan, Bugs, Lola and Daffy are left, leaving them short one player. Reluctantly, Jordan puts Podolak in the game, and though he is quickly taken out of action, the MonStars' lead is now down to one. Marvin the Martian (Bob Bergen), who is the referee, tells them that if there is no fifth player, the team will forfeit the game. At the last second, Murray appears in the stadium and joins the team, breaking the fourth wall along the way.
With only seconds left, Murray pulls some clever maneuvering and gets the ball to Jordan. Extending his arm to superhuman lengths (since the laws of physics work differently with the Tunes in Looney Tune Land), Jordan defies being held at midcourt and makes a dunk from half court that beats the buzzer and wins the game. Although Murray has always dreamed of being an NBA player, and Jordan is impressed with her skills, Murray decides to retire from basketball forever. Jordan then helps the MonStars realize that they're bigger than Swackhammer, who confronts them for losing. Fed up with their abusive boss, the MonStars tie him up to a rocket and send him to the moon. At Jordan's request, they reluctantly return the stolen talent to the other players by transferring them to a basketball, which is how they stored the stolen talent earlier in the film. This reverts the MonStars back to the tiny Nerdlucks. Refusing to return to Moron Mountain, the Nerdlucks decide to stay with the Tunes, who only agree if the Nerdlucks can prove themselves to be 'Looney', which they arguably complete on the spot. As Jordan leaves, he tells Bugs to stay out of trouble. Bugs assures him he will and shares a kiss with Lola.
Afterwards, Podolak and Jordan take the Nerdlucks' spaceship and Jordan makes a dramatic appearance with Podolak at a Dodgers baseball game to the cheers of the audience. They then meet Barkley, Ewing, Bogues, Johnson, and Bradley and give the stolen talent back to the NBA players, who immediately regain their lost skills. They offer Jordan a chance to play a 3-on-3 with them, but when Jordan intially refuses, the others wonder if he still has the motivation and talent that the NBA demands. Jordan says, "There's only one way to find out..."
Tinker Bell redeems herself by inventing machines that quicken the process of decorating flowers, ladybugs, etc. This allows the other fairies to get back on schedule, thus saving the arrival of spring. Vidia is punished for prompting her to cause the chaos and Clarion allows Tinker Bell to join the nature-talent fairies when they bring spring to the mainland. Tinker Bell is given the task of delivering the music box to its original owner (shown to be Wendy Darling (America Young)). The narrator says that when lost toys are found or a broken clock starts to work, "it all means that one very special fairy might be near."
Tiana and Naveen are wed by Mama Odie; because Tiana has married a frog prince, she has become a princess, and their kiss breaks the spell. They share a kiss again. Returning to New Orleans, they had a second wedding at the cathedral. Months later, Tiana and Naveen have transformed the sugar mill into the long awaited restaurant, called Tiana's Palace, after winning the bid with the help of her friends. Tiana and Naveen celebrate their opening with their family and friends.
In a move mirroring his actual comeback, Jordan returns to the Chicago Bulls to reprise his basketball career.
1. How Nature Gets Its Color/Opening Credits
2. There's Magic In The Air Tonight
3. James's Dream
5. Born Of Laughter
6. Down In New Orleans
7. Tinker's Nook
8. Moron Mountain Needs Something Looney
9. Good-Looking Strikeout
10. Diminutive Visitors
11. At Home With Michael's Family
12. The Challenge
14. Almost There
15. Dr. Facilier's Voodoo Emporium
16. Lost Things
17. The Queen's Review
18. The Masquerade Ball
19. The Frog Prince
20. Nighttime In The Bayou
21. Disorder In The Court
22. Player Revolt
23. Switching Talents
24. Still Trying
26. The Hawk
27. Hole In One...With Help
28. Vanishing Act
29. Michael's New Pals
30. The Mean Team Visits
31. Meet Louis
32. A Wannabe Charles Barkley
33. What's The Matter?
34. "Don't Call Me 'Doll'"
35. Journey to Mama Odie's
36. Ray Shows The Way
37. Frog Hunters
38. "This Is Your Talent"
39. Getting Michael's Gear
41. Daffy's Suggestion
42. He Can Still Play
43. Dork On The Bench
44. Learning From Each Other
45. Dig A Little Deeper
46. Capturing The Sprinting Thistles
47. "Be Proud Of Your Talent"
48. Starting Lineups
49. Kinda One-Sided
50. The Smell Of A Spy
51. The Riverboat Proposal
52. The Secret Stuff
53. Whole New Ball Game
54. Mardi Gras Parade
55. Raising The Stakes
56. Monster Smash
57. A Kiss From A Princess
58. Farewell to a Friend
59. Stan's In And Out
60. Our Fifth Guy
61. Final Basket
62. Swackhammer's Space Jam
63. Looney Enough?
64. Making An Entrance
65. We Can Fix This!
66. Saving Spring
67. The Mainland Awaits!
68. A Froggy Wedding
69. Back In The Game
70. End Credits
Main article: Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief - Subtitles (en)
Cast (in credits order)
Mae Whitman – Tinker Bell
Anika Noni Rose – Tiana
Michael Jordan – Himself
Bruno Campos – Prince Naveen
Kristin Chenoweth – Rosetta
Raven-Symoné – Iridessa
Lucy Liu – Silvermist
America Ferrera – Fawn
Keith David – Dr. Facilier
Michael-Leon Wooley – Louis
Wayne Knight – Stan Podolak
Billy West – Bugs Bunny / Elmer Fudd
Dee Bradley Baker – Daffy Duck / Tasmanian Devil / Bull
Danny DeVito – Swackhammer
Bob Bergen – Porky Pig / Tweety / Bertie / Hubie / Marvin the Martian / Fireflies
Bill Farmer – Sylvester / Yosemite Sam / Foghorn Leghorn
Jennifer Cody – Charlotte LaBouff
Jane Horrocks – Fairy Mary
Jim Cummings – Ray
Jesse McCartney – Terence
Jeff Bennett – Clank
Rob Paulsen – Bobble
Peter Bartlett – Lawrence
Pamela Adlon – Vidia
Jenifer Lewis – Mama Odie
Bill Murray – Himself
Theresa Randle – Juanita Jordon
June Foray – Granny
Maurice LaMarche – Pepé Le Pew
Kath Soucie – Lola Bunny
Larry Bird – Himself
Oprah Winfrey – Eudora
Terrence Howard – James
John Goodman – Big Daddy LaBouff
Anjelica Huston – Queen Clarion
Jocelyn Blue – Nerdluck Pound
Dorian Harewood – MonStar Bupkus
Charity James – Nerdluck Blanko
Joey Camen – MonStar Bang
June Melby – Nerdluck Bang
T.K. Carter – MonStar Nawt
Catherine Reitman – Nerdluck Bupkus
Darnell Suttles – MonStar Pound
Colleen Wainwright – Nerdluck Nawt / Sniffles
Steve Kehela – MonStar Blanko / Ultimate Game Announcer
Loreena McKennitt – Narrator
Steve Valentine – Minister of Spring
Kathy Najimy – Minister of Summer
Richard Portnow – Minister of Autumn
Gail Borges – Minister of Winter
Manner Washington – Jeffrey
Eric Gordon – Marcus
Penny Pae Bridges – Jasmine
Charles Barkley – Himself
Patrick Ewing – Himself
Muggsy Bogues – Himself
Larry Johnson – Himself
Shawn Bradley – Himself
Elizabeth Dampier – Young Tiana
Breanna Brooks – Young Charlotte
Brandon Hammond – Young Michael
Ritchie Montgomery – Reggie
Don Hall – Darnell
Paul Briggs – Two Fingers
Jerry Kernion – Mr. Henry Fenner
Corey Burton – Mr. Harvey Fenner
Michael Colyar – Buford
Emeril Lagasse – Marlon the Gator
Kevin Michael Richardson – Ian the Gator
Randy Newman – Cousin Randy
America Young – Wendy Darling
Kat Cressida – Mrs. Darling
Ahmad Rashad – Himself
Terence Blanchard – Louis' Trumpet Playing
Danielle Mone Truitt – Georgia
Additional Voices: Stephen J. Anderson, Keith Anthony, Kwesi Boakye, Roger Aaron Brown, June Christopher, David Cowgill, Peter Del Vecho, Terri Douglas, Jeff Draheim, Rob Edwards, Eddie Frierson, Bridget Hoffman, Kelly Hoover, Rif Hutton, Wolfgang Wesley Hutton, Margaret Johnson-Holzendorf, John Kassir, Jennifer Kilger, Nicolette Little, Mona Marshall, Scott Menville, John Musker, Allison Norman, Phil Proctor, Peter Renaday, Lynwood Robinson, Kimberly Russell, Lorry Ann Shea, Bruce W. Smith, Elissa Sussman, Shane Sweet, Fred Tatasciore, Claudette Wells, Marlon West, Joe Whyte, Seth R. Williamson, Shanda M. Williamson, Shane R. Williamson, Mick Wingert
Mae Whitman: Date of Birth: June 9, 1988 [age 21] at California, USA
Anika Noni Rose: Date of Birth: September 6, 1972 [age 37] at Connecticut, USA
Michael Jordan: Date of Birth: February 17, 1963 [age 46] at New York, USA
Bruno Campos: Date of Birth: December 3, 1973 [age 36] at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Kristin Chenoweth: Date of Birth: July 24, 1968 [age 41] at Oklahoma, USA
Raven-Symoné: Date of Birth: December 10, 1985 [age 24] at Georgia, USA
Lucy Liu: Date of Birth: December 3, 1968 [age 41] at New York, USA
America Ferrera: Date of Birth: April 18, 1984 [age 25] at California, USA
Keith David: Date of Birth: June 4, 1956 [age 53] at New York, USA
Michael-Leon Wooley: Date of Birth: March 29, 1971 [age 38] at Virginia, USA
Wayne Knight: Date of Birth: August 7, 1955 [age 54] at New York, USA
Billy West: Date of Birth: April 16, 1950 [age 59] at Michigan, USA
Dee Bradley Baker: Date of Birth: August 31, 1962 [age 47] at Indiana, USA
Danny DeVito: Date of Birth: November 17, 1944 [age 65] at New Jersey, USA
Bob Bergen: Date of Birth: March 8, 1964 [age 45] at Missouri, USA
Bill Farmer: Date of Birth: November 14, 1952 [age 57] at Kansas, USA
Jennifer Cody: Date of Birth: November 10, 1969 [age 40] at New York, USA
Jane Horrocks: Date of Birth: January 18, 1964 [age 45] at Lancashire, England
Jim Cummings: Date of Birth: November 3, 1952 [age 57] at Ohio, USA
Jesse McCartney: Date of Birth: April 9, 1987 [age 22] at New York, USA
Jeff Bennett: Date of Birth: October 2, 1962 [age 47] at Texas, USA
Rob Paulsen: Date of Birth: March 11, 1956 [age 53] at Michigan, USA
Peter Bartlett: Date of Birth: August 28, 1942 [age 67] at Illinois, USA
Pamela Adlon: Date of Birth: July 9, 1966 [age 43] at New York, USA
Jenifer Lewis: Date of Birth: January 25, 1957 [age 52] at Missouri, USA
Bill Murray: Date of Birth: September 21, 1950 [age 59] at Illinois, USA
Theresa Randle: Date of Birth: December 27, 1964 [age 44] at Michigan, USA
June Foray: Date of Birth: September 18, 1917 [age 92] at Massachusetts, USA
Maurice LaMarche: Date of Birth: March 30, 1958 [age 51] at Ontario, Canada
Kath Soucie: Date of Birth: February 20, 1967 [age 42] at New York, USA
Larry Bird: Date of Birth: December 7, 1956 [age 53] at Indiana, USA
Oprah Winfrey: Date of Birth: January 29, 1954 [age 55] at Mississippi, USA
Terrence Howard: Date of Birth: March 11, 1969 [age 40] at Illinois, USA
John Goodman: Date of Birth: June 20, 1952 [age 57] at Missouri, USA
Anjelica Huston: Date of Birth: July 8, 1951 [age 58] at California, USA
Jocelyn Blue: Date of Birth: December 30, 1966 [age 42] at California, USA
Charity James: Date of Birth: October 13, 1958 [age 51] at USA
Catherine Reitman: Date of Birth: April 28, 1981 [age 28] at California, USA
Colleen Wainwright: Date of Birth: February 9, 1965 [age 44] at California, USA
Dorian Harewood: Date of Birth: August 6, 1950 [age 59] at Ohio, USA
T.K. Carter: Date of Birth: December 18, 1956 [age 52] at New York, USA
Darnell Suttles: Date of Birth: May 7, 1960 [age 49] at Ohio, USA
Steve Kehela: Date of Birth: September 10, 1951 [age 58] at New York, USA
Loreena McKennitt: Date of Birth: February 17, 1957 [age 52] at Manitoba, Canada
Steve Valentine: Date of Birth: October 26, 1966 [age 43] at Bishopbriggs, Scotland
Kathy Najimy: Date of Birth: February 6, 1957 [age 52] at California, USA
Richard Portnow: Date of Birth: January 26, 1947 [age 62] at New York, USA
Eric Gordon: Date of Birth: December 25, 2003 [age 5] at Indiana, USA
Penny Pae Bridges: Date of Birth: July 29, 2000 [age 9] at California, USA
Charles Barkley: Date of Birth: February 20, 1963 [age 46] at Alabama, USA
Patrick Ewing: Date of Birth: August 5, 1962 [age 47] at Kingston, Jamaica
Muggsy Bogues: Date of Birth: January 9, 1965 [age 44] at Maryland, USA
Larry Johnson: Date of Birth: March 14, 1969 [age 40] at Texas, USA
Shawn Bradley: Date of Birth: March 22, 1972 [age 37] at Landstuhl, West Germany
Brandon Hammond: Date of Birth: February 6, 1999 [age 10] at Louisiana, USA
Corey Burton: Date of Birth: August 3, 1955 [age 54] at California, USA
Emeril Lagasse: Date of Birth: October 15, 1959 [age 50] at Massachusetts, USA
Kevin Michael Richardson: Date of Birth: October 25, 1964 [age 45] at New York, USA
Randy Newman: Date of Birth: November 28, 1943 [age 66] at California, USA
America Young: Date of Birth: December 6, 1984 [age 25] at New Mexico, USA
Kat Cressida: Date of Birth: March 1, 1968 [age 41] at California, USA
Danielle Mone Truitt
Edward Asner: Date of Birth: November 15, 1929 [age 79] at Missouri, USA
Christopher Plummer: Date of Birth: December 13, 1929 [age 79] at Ontario, Canada
Jordan Nagai: Date of Birth: February 5, 2000 [age 9] at California, USA
Bob Peterson: Date of Birth: January 18, 1961 [age 48] at Ohio, USA
Delroy Lindo: Date of Birth: November 18, 1952 [age 56] at London, England
John Ratzenberger: Date of Birth: April 6, 1947 [age 62] at Connecticut, USA
David Kaye: Date of Birth: October 14, 1964 [age 44] at Ontario, Canada
Mickie McGowan: Date of Birth: January 2, 1938 [age 71] at California, USA
Danny Mann: Date of Birth: July 28, 1951 [age 57] at Tennessee, USA
Don Fullilove: Date of Birth: May 16, 1958 [age 51] at Texas, USA
Jess Harnell: Date of Birth: December 23, 1963 [age 45] at New Jersey, USA
Pete Docter: Date of Birth: October 9, 1968 [age 41] at Minnesota, USA
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
Sterling Holloway: Date of Birth: January 4, 1905 [age 61-69] at Georgia, USA
John Fiedler: Date of Birth: February 3, 1925 [age 43-49] at Wisconsin, USA
Paul Winchell: Date of Birth: December 21, 1922 [age 45-51] at New York, USA
Ralph Wright: Date of Birth: May 17, 1908 [age 57-60] at Oregon, USA
Junius Matthews: Date of Birth: June 12, 1890 [age 75-84] at Illinois, USA
Hal Smith: Date of Birth: August 24, 1916 [age 49-52] at Michigan, USA
Barbara Luddy: Date of Birth: May 25, 1908 [age 57-66] at Montana, USA
Clint Howard: Date of Birth: April 20, 1959 [age 6-9] at California, USA
Howard Morris: Date of Birth: September 4, 1919 [age 46-49] at New York, USA
Bruce Reitherman: Date of Birth: September 15, 1955 [age 10] at California, USA
Jon Walmsley: Date of Birth: February 6, 1956 [age 12] at Lancashire, England
Sebastian Cabot: Date of Birth: July 6, 1918 [age 47-56] at London, England
The Rescuers (1977)
Bob Newhart: Date of Birth: September 5, 1929 [age 47] at Illinois, USA
Eva Gabor: Date of Birth: February 11, 1919 [age 58] at Budapest, Hungary
Michelle Stacy: Date of Birth: November 12, 1969 [age 7] at California, USA
James MacDonald: Date of Birth: May 19, 1906 [age 71] at Cheshire, England
Jim Jordan: Date of Birth: November 16, 1896 [age 80] at Illinois, USA
Geraldine Page: Date of Birth: November 22, 1924 [age 52] at Missouri, USA
Joe Flynn: Date of Birth: November 8, 1924 [aged 49] at Ohio, USA
Candy Candido: Date of Birth: December 25, 1913 [age 63] at Louisiana, USA
John McIntire: Date of Birth: June 27, 1907 [age 69] at Washington, USA
Jeanette Nolan: Date of Birth: December 30, 1911 [age 65] at California, USA
Pat Buttram: Date of Birth: June 19, 1915 [age 62] at Alabama, USA
Larry Clemmons: Date of Birth: November 25, 1906 [age 70] at Illinois, USA
George Lindsey: Date of Birth: December 17, 1928 [age 48] at Alabama, USA
Dub Taylor: Date of Birth: February 26, 1907 [age 70] at Virginia, USA
John Fiedler: Date of Birth: February 3, 1925 [age 52] at Wisconsin, USA
Bernard Fox: Date of Birth: May 11, 1927 [age 50] at West Clamorgan, Wales
Pete's Dragon (1977)
Sean Marshall: Date of Birth: June 19, 1965 [age 12] at California, USA
Charlie Callas: Date of Birth: December 20, 1924 [age 52] at New York, USA
Helen Reddy: Date of Birth: October 25, 1941 [age 36] at Melbourne, Australia
Mickey Rooney: Date of Birth: September 23, 1920 [age 57] at New York, USA
Jim Dale: Date of Birth: August 15, 1935 [age 42] at Northamptonshire, England
Red Buttons: Date of Birth: February 5, 1919 [age 58] at New York, USA
Shelley Winters: Date of Birth: August 18, 1920 [age 57] at Missouri, USA
Charles Tyner: Date of Birth: June 8, 1925 [age 52] at Virginia, USA
Gary Morgan: Date of Birth: January 2, 1950 [age 27] at New York, USA
Jeff Conaway: Date of Birth: October 5, 1950 [age 27] at New York, USA
Jane Kean: Date of Birth: April 10, 1923 [age 54] at Connecticut, USA
Jim Backus: Date of Birth: February 25, 1913 [age 64] at Ohio, USA
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Adriana Caselotti: Date of Birth: May 16, 1916 [age 21] at Connecticut, USA
Harry Stockwell: Date of Birth: April 27, 1902 [age 35] at Missouri, USA
Lucille Va Verne: Date of Birth: November 7, 1872 [age 65] at Tennessee, USA
Roy Atwell: Date of Birth: May 2, 1878 [age 59] at New York, USA
Otis Harlan: Date of Birth: December 29, 1865 [age 71] at Ohio, USA
Pinto Colvig: Date of Birth: September 11, 1892 [age 45] at Oregon, USA
Billy Gilbert: Date of Birth: September 12, 1894 [age 43] at Kentucky, USA
Scotty Mattraw: Date of Birth: October 19, 1880 [age 57] at New York, USA
Moroni Olsen: Date of Birth: June 27, 1889 [age 48] at Utah, USA
Stuart Buchanan: Date of Birth: March, 18, 1894 [age 43]
Eddie Collins: Date of Birth: January 30, 1883 [age 54] at New Jersey, USA
The Three Caballeros (1945)
Clarence Nash: Date of Birth: December 7, 1904 [age 40] at Oklahoma, USA
Jose Oliveira: Date of Birth: December 30, 1914 [age 30] at Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Joaquin Garay: Date of Birth: November 15, 1911 [age 33] at Estado de Mexico, Mexico
Aurora Miranda: Date of Birth: April 20, 1915 [age 29] at Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Fred Shields: Date of Birth: May 18, 1904 [age 40] at Missouri, USA
Sterling Holloway: Date of Birth: January 4, 1905 [age 40] at Georgia, USA
Frank Graham: Date of Birth: November 22, 1914 [age 30] at Michigan, USA
The Black Cauldron (1985)
Susan Sheridan: Date of Birth: March 18, 1947 [age 38] at Newcastle, England
John Byner: Date of Birth: June 28, 1938 [age 47] at New York, USA
Nigel Hawthorne: Date of Birth: April 5, 1929 [age 56] at Warwickshire, England
John Hurt: Date of Birth: January 22, 1940 [age 45] at Derbyshire, England
Phil Fondacaro: Date of Birth: November 8, 1958 [age 26] at Louisiana, USA
Freddie Jones: Date of Birth: September 12, 1927 [age 57] at Staffordshire, England
Arthur Malet: Date of Birth: September 24, 1927 [age 57] at Lee-on-Solent, England
Eda Reiss Merin: Date of Birth: July 31, 1913 [age 71] at New York, USA
Adele Malis-Morey: Date of Birth: August 23, 1927 [age 57]
Billie Hayes: Date of Birth: April 11, 1932 [age 53] at Illinois, USA
John Huston: Date of Birth: August 5, 1906 [age 78] at Missouri, USA
Peter Pan (1953)
Bobby Driscoll: Date of Birth: March 3, 1937 [age 15] at Iowa, USA
Kathryn Beaumont: Date of Birth: June 27, 1938 [age 14] at London, England
Han Conried: Date of Birth: April 15, 1917 [age 35] at Maryland, USA
Bill Thompson: Date of Birth: July 8, 1913 [age 39] at Indiana, USA
Heather Angel: Date of Birth: February 9, 1909 [age 43] at Oxfordshire, England
Paul Collins: Date of Birth: July 25, 1937 [age 15] at London, England
Tommy Luske: Date of Birth: February 12, 1947 [age 5] at California, USA
Candy Candido: Date of Birth: December 25, 1913 [age 39] at Louisiana, USA
Tom Conway: Date of Birth: September 15, 1904 [age 48] at Brighton, England
Margaret Kerry: Date of Birth: May 11, 1928 [age 24] at California, USA
June Foray: Date of Birth: September 18, 1917 [age 35] at Massachusetts, USA
Don Barclay: Date of Birth: December 26, 1892 [age 60] at Oregon, USA
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Chris Sarandon: Date of Birth: July 24, 1942 [age 51] at West Virginia, USA
Danny Elfman: Date of Birth: May 29, 1953 [age 40] at California, USA
Catherine O'Hara: Date of Birth: March 4, 1954 [age 39] at Ontario, Canada
William Hickey: Date of Birth: September 19, 1927 [age 66] at New York, USA
Glenn Shadix: Date of Birth: April 15, 1952 [age 41] at Alabama, USA
Paul Reubens: Date of Birth: August 27, 1952 [age 41] at New York, USA
Ken Page: Date of Birth: January 20, 1954 [age 39] at Missouri, USA
Debi Durst: Date of Birth: March 24, 1953 [age 40] at California, USA
Greg Proops: Date of Birth: October 3, 1959 [age 34] at Arizona, USA
101 Dalmatians (1961)
Rod Taylor: Date of Birth: January 11, 1930 [age 31] at Sydney, Australia
Cate Bauer: Date of Birth: August 27, 1922 [age 38] at London, England
Ben Wright: Date of Birth: May 5, 1915 [age 45] at London, England
Lisa Davis: Date of Birth: April 20, 1936 [age 24] at London, England
Betty Lou Gerson: Date of Birth: April 20, 1914 [age 46] at Tennessee, USA
Martha Wentworth: Date of Birth: June 2, 1889 [age 71] at New York, USA
J. Pat O'Malley: Date of Birth: March 15, 1904 [age 56] at Lancashire, England
Frederick Worlock: Date of Birth: December 14, 1886 [age 74] at London, England
Tudor Owen: Date of Birth: January 20, 1898 [age 63] at Glamorgan, Wales
Tom Conway: Date of Birth: September 15, 1904 [age 56] at Brighton, England
George Pelling: Date of Birth: October 25, 1914 [age 46] at Salisbury, South Rhodesia
Thurl Ravenscroft: Date of Birth: February 6, 1914 [age 46] at Nebraska, USA
David Frankham: Date of Birth: February 16, 1926 [age 34] at Kent, England
Ramsay Hill: Date of Birth: November 30, 1890 [age 70] at Georgetown, Guyana
Queenie Leonard: Date of Birth: February 18, 1905 [age 55] at London, England
Marjorie Bennett: Date of Birth: January 15, 1896 [age 65] at York, Australia
Barbara Beaird: Date of Birth: June 18, 1948 [age 12] at Texas, USA
Micky Maga: Date of Birth: May 25, 1950 [age 10] at California, USA
Mimi Gibson: Date of Birth: October 19, 1948 [age 12] at Washington, USA
Barbara Luddy: Date of Birth: May 25, 1908 [age 53] at Montana, USA
Paul Frees: Date of Birth: June 22, 1920 [age 40] at Illinois, USA
Lucille Bliss: Date: Date of Birth: March 31, 1916 [age 44] at New York, USA
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Michael J. Fox: Date of Birth: June 9, 1961 [age 40] at Alberta, Canada
Corey Burton: Date of Birth: August 3, 1955 [age 46] at California, USA
Claudia Christian: Date of Birth: August 10, 1965 [age 35] at California, USA
James Garner: Date of Birth: April 7, 1928 [age 73] at Oklahoma, USA
John Mahoney: Date of Birth: June 20, 1940 [age 60] at Lancashire, England
Phil Morris: Date of Birth: April 4, 1959 [age 42] at Iowa, USA
Leonard Nimoy: Date of Birth: March 26, 1931 [age 70] at Massachusetts, USA
Don Novello: Date of Birth: January 1, 1943 [age 58] at Ohio, USA
Jacqueline Obradors: Date of Birth: October 6, 1966 [age 34] at California, USA
Cree Summer: Date of Birth: July 7, 1969 [age 31] at California, USA
Jim Varney: Date of Birth: June 15, 1949 [aged 50] at Kentucky, USA
David Ogden Stiers: Date of Birth: October 31, 1942 [age 58] at Illinois, USA
Monsters, Inc. (2001)
John Goodman: Date of Birth: June 20, 1952 [age 49] at Missouri, USA
Billy Crystal: Date of Birth: March 14, 1948 [age 53] at New York, USA
Mary Gibbs: Date of Birth: October 5, 1996 [age 5] at California, USA
Steve Buscemi: Date of Birth: December 13, 1957 [age 43] at New York, USA
James Coburn: Date of Birth: August 31, 1928 [age 73] at Nebraska, USA
Jennifer Tilly: Date of Birth: September 16, 1958 [age 43] at California, USA
Bob Peterson: Date of Birth: January 18, 1961 [age 40] at Ohio, USA
John Ratzenberger: Date of Birth: April 6, 1947 [age 54] at Connecticut, USA
Frank Oz: Date of Birth: May 25, 1944 [age 57] at Herefordshire, England
Daniel Gerson: Date of Birth: August 1, 1966 [age 35] at New York, USA
Steve Susskind: Date of Birth: October 3, 1942 [age 59] at Massachusetts, USA
Bonnie Hunt: Date of Birth: September 22, 1961 [age 40] at Illinois, USA
Jeff Pidgeon: Date of Birth: March 19, 1965 [age 36] at Vermont, USA
Sam Black: Date of Birth: May 4, 1962 [age 39] at Ontario, Canada
Birthday Months + Death Months
Pat Hingle (July 19, 1924 — January 3, 2009) (Batman, Norma Rae, Hang 'Em High)
Patrick McGoohan (March 19, 1928 — January 13, 2009) (Treasure Planet, The Prisoner, Braveheart)
Dom DeLuise (August 1, 1933 — May 4, 2009) (Oliver & Company, The Cannonball Run, The Secret of NIMH)
Wayne Allwine (February 7, 1947 — May 18, 2009) (Mickey Mouse)
Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 — June 25, 2009) (The Wiz)
Cathy Cahn (April 26, 1954 — July 6, 2009)
Dallas McKennon (July 19, 1919 — July 14, 2009) (Sleeping Beauty, Lady and the Tramp, Gumby, Buzz Buzzard, Archie Andrews)
Virginia Davis (December 31, 1918 — August 15, 2009)
Henry Gibson (September 21, 1935 — September 14, 2009) (Laugh-In, Boston Legal)
Patrick Swayze (August 18, 1952 — September 14, 2009) (Dirty Dancing, Ghost, The Outsiders)
Roy E. Disney (January 10, 1930 — December 16, 2009) (Fantasia 2000)
Brittany Murphy (November 10, 1977 — December 20, 2009) (Clueless, King of the Hill, 8 Mile)
For the full plot, see the script
14 matches: Fauna
13 matches: Flora
8 matches: Narrator
5 matches: Prince Phillip, Merryweather, King Hubert
4 matches: King Stefan
3 matches: Aurora/Briar Rose
1 match: Maleficent
The Princess and the Frog
100+ matches: Tiana, Tinker Bell, Michael Jordan, Naveen, Bugs Bunny
84 matches: Daffy Duck
82 matches: Bobble
79 matches: Ray
67 matches: Clank
65 matches: Stan Podolak
63 matches: Dr. Facilier
54 matches: Louis
50 matches: Swackhammer, Bill Murray
48 matches: Charlotte LaBouff
45 matches: Mama Odie
42 matches: Silvermist
38 matches: Lawrence
35 matches: Fairy Mary
34 matches: Fawn
33 matches: Iridessa
31 matches: Queen Clarion
28 matches: Rosetta, Nerdluck Nawt
27 matches: Lola Bunny
26 matches: Vidia
23 matches: MonStar Pound
21 matches: Porky Pig
19 matches: Eudora
18 matches: Eli "Big Daddy" LaBouff, Nerdluck Blanko
17 matches: Larry Bird
16 matches: Nerdluck Pound, Nerdluck Bang, Young Tiana
15 matches: Sylvester, Nerdluck Bupkus, MonStar Bang, Narrator, Minister of Spring, Charles Barkley
14 matches: James, MonStar Bupkus, MonStar Blanko
13 matches: Muggsy Bogues
12 matches: Young Charlotte
11 matches: Tweety, Patrick Ewing, Reggie
10 matches: Terence
9 matches: Juanita Jordan, Shawn Bradley
8 matches: Elmer Fudd, Foghorn Leghorn, Jeffrey Jordan, Darnell
7 matches: MonStar Nawt, Larry Johnson, Mr. Fenner 1, Buford
6 matches: Ahmad Rashad
5 matches: Marvin the Martian, Sniffles, Mr. Fenner 2
4 matches: Pepe Le Pew, Marlon the Gator, Georgia
3 matches: Granny, Minister of Summer, Minister of Autumn, Ian the Gator, Jasmine Jordan
2 matches: Tasmanian Devil, Minister of Winter, Marcus Jordan, Two Fingers
1 match: Yosemite Sam, Wendy Darling, Mrs. Darling
42 matches: Pound
35 matches: Nawt
33 matches: Blanko
29 matches: Bang
26 matches: Bupkus
15 matches: Daffy Duck, Bobble
13 matches: Tiana
12 matches: Bugs Bunny, Clank
11 matches: MonStar Pound
10 matches: Michael Jordan, Nerdluck Nawt
9 matches: Naveen, Bill Murray
7 matches: Ray, Stan Podolak, Fawn, Rosetta, Lola Bunny
6 matches: Tinker Bell, Nerdluck Pound, Nerdluck Bupkus
5 matches: Silvermist, Larry Bird
4 matches: Nerdluck Blanko, Fairy 1
3 matches: Charlotte LaBouff, Iridessa, Porky Pig, Nerdluck Bang, MonStar Bang, Narrator, Minister of Spring, MonStar Bupkus, MonStar Blanko, Patrick Ewing, Shawn Bradley, Foghorn Leghorn, Minister of Summer, Fairy 2, Flower Fairy 1, Player, Alligator 1, Alligator 3, Reverend
2 matches: Dr. Facilier, Louis, Mr. Swackhammer, Lawrence, Fairy Mary, James, Muggsy Bogues, Elmer Fudd, MonStar Nawt, Larry Johnson, Minister of Autumn, Umpire
1 match: Mama Odie, Queen Clarion, Vidia, Eudora, Young Tiana, Sylvester, Young Charlotte, Tweety, Juanita Jordan, Jeffrey Jordan, Reggie, Buford, Mr. Harvey Fenner, Granny, Jasmine Jordan, Minister of Winter, Male Reporter, Tinker Fairy, Alien Kid, Star Catcher, Player 1, Player 2, Jordan Housekeeper, Newsreel Announcer, Violet, Alligator 2, Alligator 4, Sparrowman 1, Basketball Girl, Doctor, Beaudreaux, Garden Fairy, Foreman, Captain, Butterfly
17 matches: Pound
12 matches: Nawt
9 matches: Bupkus
7 matches: Blanko
6 matches: Bang
100+ matches: Marlin, Dory, Nemo, Gill
44 matches: Bloat
40 matches: Peach, Bruce
39 matches: Gurgle
35 matches: Nigel
34 matches: Dr. Philip Sherman
26 matches: Deb
28 matches: Crush
22 matches: Mr. Ray
18 matches: Chum
17 matches: Coral
16 matches: Darla, Moonfish
15 matches: Anchor
14 matches: Bubbles
13 matches: Jacques, Squirt
9 matches: Tad
6 matches: Pearl
5 matches: Sheldon
18 matches: Dory
16 matches: Marlin
6 matches: Nemo
4 matches: Dr. Phillip Sherman
3 matches: Gill, Bruce, Darla
2 matches: Crush, Coral, Barbara
1 match: Bloat, Mr. Ray, Aquascum
Meet the Robinsons
6 matches: Bowler Hat Guy, Franny
4 matches: Lewis, Wilbur Robinson, Carl
3 matches: Mildred, Grandpa Bud, Tallulah, Laszlo
2 matches: Lucile Krunklehorn, Gaston, Spike, Frankie, Cornelius, Reporter
1 match: Mrs. Harrington, Receptionist, Mr. Willerstein, Coach, Dmitri, Petunia, Aunt Billie, Young Franny, Instructor
10 matches: Penny
7 matches: Bolt, Mittens
5 matches: Rhino
4 matches: Taylor, Brooke
3 matches: Director, Vinnie
2 matches: Professor, B.A. Baracus
1 match: Calico, Agent, Blake, Tom, Mindy, Fat Cat, Joey, Crew, Announcer, Skipper, Male Anchor, Rosie O'Donnell, Guard, Doctor
21 matches: Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible
20 matches: Helen Parr/Elastigirl
12 matches: Edna Mode
10 matches: Dash Parr, Lucius Best/Frozone
7 matches: Violet Parr, Buddy Pine/Syndrome, Mirage, Honey
5 matches: Interviewer
4 matches: Kari, Guard
3 matches: Mr. Huph, Newsreel Announcer, Guard 2
2 matches: Underminer, Radio, PA, Computer
1 match: Jack-Jack Parr, Bomb Voyage, Sansweet, Lawyer, Ship's Computer, Scanner, Robot, Guard 3, Little Boy
100+ matches: Lightning McQueen, Mater, Sally Carrera
64 matches: Doc Hudson
41 matches: Luigi
37 matches: Sheriff
36 matches: Bob Cutlass
33 matches: Darrell Cartrip
29 matches: Chick Hicks
26 matches: Mack
22 matches: Ramone
20 matches: Flo
18 matches: Lizzie
16 matches: Fillmore
14 matches: Harv
13 matches: Sarge, Van
12 matches: Minny
11 matches: Strip "The King" Weathers
10 matches: Guido, Rusty Rust-eze, Dusty Rust-eze
8 matches: Mia & Tia
7 matches: Tex
6 matches: Not Chuck
5 matches: Mrs. The King, Boost
4 matches: Red, Fred, Snot Rod
3 matches: Kori Turbowitz, Wingo
2 matches: Junior, Michael Schumacher Ferrari, Mario Andretti, DJ
1 match: Jay Limo
33 matches: Bob Cutlass
25 matches: Darrell Cartrip
22 matches: Lightning McQueen
12 matches: Mater
8 matches: Sally Carrera
6 matches: Doc Hudson, Sheriff
3 matches: Ramone, Flo, Fillmore, Mack, Chick Hicks
2 matches: Luigi, Harv, Rust-eze 1
1 match: Sarge, Peterbilt, Van, Kori Turbowitz, Not Chuck, Mia, Woody Car
20 matches: Ship's Computer
10 matches: Captain
8 matches: M-O, Steward-Bot
6 matches: EVE
5 matches: Beautician-Bot
3 matches: Female Loudspeaker Voice
2 matches: WALL-E, Auto, Mary, D-FIB
1 match: John, Male Voice, Nanny-Bot, Approaching Robot
100+ matches: James P. Sullivan, Mike Wazowski, Boo (-34)
72 matches: Henry J. Waternoose III
64 matches: Randall Boggs
41 matches: Celia Mae
15 matches: Roz, the Abominable Snowman, Fungus, Needleman
9 matches: George Sanderson
8 matches: Jerry
7 matches: Smitty, Flint
4 matches: Bile
15 matches: Mike Wazowski
8 matches: Celia Mae
7 matches: Henry J. Waternoose III
5 matches: James P. Sullivan, Randall Boggs
4 matches: Boo, Jerry, TV Announcer
3 matches: Mother, Simulation Kid, Simulation Computer Voice, CDA Agent
2 matches: Fungus, Photographer, CDA Agent 1
1 match: Roz, Little Monster, Big Eye, Computer Voice, Female PA, CDA Agent 2, CDA Helicopter Pilot
12 matches: Remy
11 matches: Horst
10 matches: Colette
5 matches: Larousse
4 matches: Emile, Lalo
3 matches: Alfredo Linguini
2 matches: Auguste Gusteau, Reporter, Waiter
1 match: Anton Ego, TV Narrator, Rat, Female Rat, Reporter 1, Reporter 2, Female Reporter, Male Reporter
47 matches: Dug
31 matches: Russell
23 matches: Carl Fredericksen
21 matches: Alpha
18 matches: Gamma
13 matches: Beta
11 matches: Charles Muntz
7 matches: Newsreel Announcer
5 matches: Dog 1
4 matches: Dog 2, Dog 3
3 matches: Ellie
2 matches: Campmaster Strauch
1 match: Police Officer Edith, Construction Worker Steve, Omega, Announcer on TV, Dogs, Dog 4, Dog 5
100+ matches: Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket
80 matches: Geppetto
44 matches: J. Worthington Foulfellow (Honest John)
27 matches: The Blue Fairy
21 matches: Lampwick
17 matches: Stromboli
15 matches: Coachman
8 matches: Monstro
6 matches: Figaro
3 matches: Alexander
2 matches: Gideon
Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) – A 19-year-old fairy waitress and aspiring chef/restaurateur and the main protagonist of the film. Her other names: Her names: Tink, Miss Bell. Her personality: Sassy, feisty, creative, talented, ambitious, intelligent, crafty, curious, envious, ultimately warm-hearted, reckless, fearless, affectionate, energetic, impulsive, temperamental, rebellious, smart, intuitive. Her appearance: Slender, beautiful, 19 years old, fair skin, thin dirty blonde eyebrows, rosy cheeks, pink lips, fair blonde hair, baby blue eyes, pudgy face, clear wings on her back, blonde shoulder-length hair in a bun with one bang in her head, light green strapless dress with a light green miniskirt, matching slip-on shoes with white puff-balls on the toes.
Tiana (Anika Noni Rose) – A 19-year-old waitress and aspring chef/restauranteur and the main protagonist of the film. Inspiration: The Princess from The Frog Prince by the Brothers Grimm. Her other names: Tia, Princess Tiana, Cher, Waitress, Miss Froggy. Her personality: Intelligent, hard-working, sassy, loving, honorable, talented. passionate, modest, humble, opinionated, stern, persistent, artistic, patient, steadfast, mature, down-to-earth.
Michael Jordan (Michael Jordan) – The professional basketball player and the main protagonist of the film.
Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos) – A Prince of Maldonia, Tiana's love interest, and the deuteragonist of the film. Inspiration: The Frog Prince. His other names: The Frog Prince. His personality: Music-loving, initially lazy, dashing, flirtatious, clever, romantic, driven, optimistic, over-the-top, boastful, talented, naïve, charismatic, social. His appearance: Slender, handsome, fair skin, blond hair, blue eyes.
Bugs Bunny (Billy West) – A gray hare or rabbit who is famous for his flippant, insouciant personality, a pronounced New York accent, his potrayal as a trickster, and his catch phrase "Eh... What's up?", usually said while chewing a carrot.
Dr. Facilier (Keith David) – A silver-tongued but evil voodoo witch doctor and one of the man antagonists of the film. Inspiration: Baron Samedi, Cab Calloway, Michael Jackson, Captain Hook, Cruella De Vil, Sammy Davis, Jr. His other names: Shadow Man. His personality: Cunning, shady, seductive, evil, greedy, smooth-talking, mysterious, charismatic, funny, persuasive, patient, interlligent, crafty, tricky. His appearance: Tall, very slender, dark skin, black hair, thinly mustachioed, gap in his front teeth, purple eyes, a couple crocodile teeth attached to a black cord, dark crimson undertaker tailcoat with a black collar, black pants, purple vest, red waistband, tall black shoes with white spats over them, black top hat with a skull and the crossbones up front, red band, and the purple thin feather on top, cane with a purple globe on top.
Mr. Swackhammer (Danny DeVito) – The proprietor of the intergalactic theme park "Moron Mountain" and the main antagonist of the film. His personality: Short-tempered, overprotective, greedy, abusive, rude, obsessive, cold, selfish, merciless, nasty, uncaring, manipulative, nonshalant, self-centered, conniving, arrogant, mad, cunning, overall evil in nature. His appearance: Obese alien, black tuxedo coat and bowtie, white tuxedo shirt with each gold button on both bottom sides, black bowtie, red vest with a collar, very small ochre upside-down triangles all over it, and each couple of silver buttons vertically on both sides, smoking a cigar.
Stan Podolak (Wayne Knight) – A Dodgers' publicist.
Silvermist (Lucy Liu) – A water fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends. Her other names: Sil, Silv. Her personality: Fun, sweet, silly, sympathetic, absent-minded, innocent, optimistic, caring, loving. Her appearance: Slender, blue lily single-strapless dress, blue shoes, fair skin, long bluish-black hair, brown eyes, clear wings on her back.
Louis (Michael-Leon Wooley) – A friendly, neurotic, trumpet-playing alligator. Inspiration: Louis Armstrong. His other names: Jabberjaws. His personality: Cowardly, fun-loving, loyal, phobic, gentle, talented, friendly, dreamy, hyperactive, oafish, witty. Hiss appearance: Obese green American alligator, yellow-green muzzle, belly, palms and soles, olive backline between greenish-black scales, black eyebrows, sharp white teeth, white eyes with black pupils, olive claws.
Daffy Duck (Dee Bradley Baker) – A black duck and Bugs' best friend and occasional arch-rival.
Lola Bunny (Kath Soucie) – A female rabbit who is Bugs Bunny's girlfriend.
Pound (Jocelyn Blue, Darnell Suttles) – An orange Nerdluck alien, the leader of the Nerdlucks, and one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen from the intergalactic Moron Mountain. He is bossy and demanding. As a Nerdluck, Pound is orange and overweight, wears a green bowtie and has green eyes. As a MonStar, Pound wears a basketball uniform and grows in size and strength from the talent he stole from Charles Barkley.
Rosetta (Kristin Chenoweth) – A garden fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends. Her other names: Ro. Her personality: Intelligent, fashionable, glamorous, sweet, mature. Her appearance: Slender, rose petal dress in three shade, red shoes, fair skin, shoulder-length red hair with curl ends, green eyes, clear wings on her back, sweet southern drawl.
Ray (Jim Cummings) – A Cajun firefly. His full name: Raymond. His personality: Funny, lovesick, friendly, helpful, optimistic, fearless, sympathetic, wise. His appearance: Very small and slender Cajun firefly, holes on his wings, red hair, very few teeth.
Porky Pig (Bob Bergen) – A fat little pig.
Blanko (Charity James, Steve Kehela) – A blue Nerdluck alien and one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen from the intergalactic Moron Mountain. He is very laid back and dumb. As a Nerdluck, he is blue, tall, and wears a pink bow tie. As a MonStar, he has pointed ears, dark blue hair and a bucktooth. He stole the talent from Shawn Bradley.
Iridessa (Raven-Symoné) – A light fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends. Her other names: Dess, Dessa. Her personality: Clever, friendly, resourceful, a bit worrisome, humorous. Her appearance: Slender, sunflower petal dress, yellow shoes, dark skin, black hair in a round up-do, brown eyes, clear wings on her back.
Sylvester (Bill Farmer) – A Tuxedo cat.
Tweety Bird (Bob Bergen) – A yellow canary
Bang (June Melby, Joey Camen) – A green Nerdluck alien, the second-in-command of the Nerdlucks, and one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen from the intergalactic Moron Mountain. He is nervous, concerned, tough, and aggressive. He is a green Nerdluck who wears an orange bowtie. As a MonStar, he is muscular, has spike on his back, small dragon like ears, a large chin, and a red orange flattop after he stole the talent from Patrick Ewing.
Fawn (America Ferrera) – A mammal fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends. Her personality: Feisty, clever, energetic, wily, humorous, prankish, tomboyish. Her appearance: Slender, orange-and-amber outfit, amber curl shoes, fair skin, light freckles, long braided light brown hair, amber eyes, clear wings on her back.
The Tasmanian Devil (Dee Bradley Baker) – A ferocious albeit dim-witted omnivore.
Bupkus (Catherine Reitman, Dorian Harewood) – A purple Nerdluck alien and one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen from the intergalactic Moron Mountain. He is naïve and cheerful. He is a purple Nerdluck who wears a yellow bowtie. As a MonStar, he is very muscular and has dark purple hair after he stole the talent from Larry Johnson.
Bobble (Rob Paulsen) – One of a pair of bumbling tinker sparrow men and Tinker Bell's best friends. His full name: Phineas T. Kettletree, Esquire. His personality: Crafty, bumbling, inventive, comedic. His appearance: Very slender, red hair, blue eyes, dewdrop goggles, leafy sleeveless top, knee-length pants, Scottish accent.
Clank (Jeff Bennett) – One of a pair of bumbling tinker sparrow men and Tinker Bell's best friends. His personality: Crafty, bumbling, inventive, comedic. His appearance: Overweight, black hair, brown eyes, green leaves for clothing, Cockney accent.
Foghorn Leghorn (Bill Farmer) – A large, white adult Leghorn rooster with a stereotypically Southern accent, a "good ol' boy? speaking style, and a penchant for mischief.
Nawt (Colleen Wainwright, T.K. Carter) – A red Nerdluck alien and one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen from the intergalactic Moron Mountain. He is hot-blooded, aggressive and the shortest of the group. He is a red Nerdluck who wears an orange yellow spotted bow tie. As a MonStar, he is still the shortest of the group and is now, like most of the other MonStars, muscular. He stole the talent from Muggsy Bogues.
Vidia (Pamela Adlon) – A fast-flying fairy who is Tinker Bell's rival and the main antagonist of the film. Inspiration: Megara (Hercules). Her other names: Vi, Vid. Her personality: Kind, friendly, helpful, bold, protective, sassy, sexy. Her appearance: Slender, beautiful, fair skin, rose lips, long purplish-black hair tied to a high ponytail with a dark purple band, lavender eyelids, gray eyes, dark purple vest with pink feathers, both dark purple pants and ballet flats, clear wings on her back.
Elmer Fudd (Billy West) – A hunter and the de facto archenemy of Bugs Bunny
Mama Odie (Jenifer Lewis) – A blind, 197-year-old voodoo priestess who served as the film's Fairy Godmother. Inspiration: Coleen Salley, Fairy Godmother, Suga Mama Proud. Her other names: Voodoo Queen of the Hotel. Her personality: Wise, sassy, friendly, humorous, excitable, motherly, smart, quick-thinking, spirited, open-minded. Her appearance: Obese, blind, elderly, barefoot, gold jewelry, white dress and turban.
Fairy Mary (Jane Horrocks) – A head tinker fairy. Her personality: Stressful, worrisome, comical, disorganized, faithful, appreciative. Her appearance: Plump, green leaves as clothing, fair, skin, auburn hair in a bun, amber eyes, pointy ears, clear wings on her back.
Wile E. Coyote (Dee Bradley Baker) – A coyote
The Road Runner (Dee Bradley Baker) – The greater roadrunner.
Charlotte LaBouff (Jennifer Cody) – A wealthy Southern débutante who is Tiana's best friend since childhood who dreams of marrying a prince. Inspiration: Marilyn Monroe, Katrina Van Tassel, Betty Boop. Her personality: Ditzy, kind-hearted, energetic, spunky, helpful, generous, loyal, spoiled, extroverted, sassy, fliratious, selfless. Her appearance: Slender, 18 years old, beautiful, fair skin, round cheeks, pink lips, blonde hair, blue eyes, black eyelashes, any pink dress.
Queen Clarion (Anjelica Huston) – The queen of Pixie Hollow. Her personality: Kind, friendly, motherly, supportive. Her appearance: Slender, beautiful, taller, long light shimmering pale yellow dress, tiara, fair skin, light brown hair in an up-do style, blue eyes.
Yosemite Sam (Bill Farmer) – A grouchy outlaw and the de facto archenemy of Bugs Bunny, along with Elmer Fudd.
Lawrence (Peter Bartlett) – Prince Naveen's royal valet and one of the secondary antagonists of the film. Inspiration: Mr. Smee. His other names: Larry, "fat man or "little man", Voodoo Larry. His personality: Pompous, careful, greedy, polite, short-tempered, impatient. His appearance: Portly, short, fat, completely, bald, sideburns, big ears, derby, suit, cream gloves.
Pepé Le Pew (Maurice LaMarche) – A French skunk.
Bill Murray (Bill Murray) – An aspiring basketball player and one of Michael's golfing partners.
Granny (June Foray) – Sylvester and Tweety's owner
Larry Bird (Larry Bird) – One of Michael's golfing partners.
Marvin the Martian (Bob Bergen) – A referee at the Ultimate Game.
Speedy Gonzales (Bob Bergen) – The fastest mouse in all Mexico with his major traits being the ability to run extremely fast and speaking with an exaggerated Mexican accent.
Eudora (Oprah Winifrey) – Tiana's mother. Her personality: Kind, friendly, motherly, supportive.
James (Terrence Howard) – Tiana's father. His personality: Hard-working, loving, fatherly, inspirational, selfless.
Eli "Big Daddy" LaBouff (John Goodman) – A very wealthy Southern sugar mill owner and Charlotte's father. His personality: Jolly, humble, fatherly, a pushover, powerful, imposing. His appearance: Obese, barrel chest, red hair, blue eyes, handlebar mustache, beige suit, green tie.
Bertie & Hubie (Bob Bergen) – The announcers of the Ultimate Game.
Sniffles (Colleen Wainwright) – A mouse
Beaky Buzzard – A buzzard.
Reggie, Darnell, and Two Fingers – Three bumbling frog hunters who tries to catch Tinker Bell and Naveen
Shadows – Facilier's henchmen
Bull – A bull that attacks MonStar Pound during the Ultimate Game after Daffy paints his shorts red
Spike & Chester – One of the medics
Michael Jordan – Himself, the professional basketball player and the main protagonist of the film.
Mae Whitman – Tinker Bell, a tinker fairy and the main protagonist of the film
Anika Noni Rose – Tiana, a waitress and aspring chef/restauranteur and the main protagonist of the film.
Pixie Hollow fairies/Looney Tunes
Billy West – Bugs Bunny, a gray hare or rabbit who is famous for his flippant, insouciant personality, a pronounced New York accent, his potrayal as a trickster, and his catch phrase "Eh... What's up?", usually said while chewing a carrot; Elmer Fudd, a hunter and the de facto archenemy of Bugs Bunny
Kristin Chenoweth – Rosetta, a garden fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends
Michael-Leon Wooley – Louis, a friendly, neurotic, trumpet-playing alligator.
Rob Paulsen – Bobble, one of a pair of bumbling tinker sparrow men and Tinker Bell's best friends
Dee Bradley Baker – Daffy Duck, a black duck and Bugs' best friend and occasional arch-rival; The Tasmanian Devil, a ferocious albeit dim-witted omnivore; Wile E. Coyote, a coyote; The Road Runner, the greater roadrunner; Bull, a bull that attacks MonStar Pound during the Ultimate Game after Daffy paints his shorts red
Raven-Symoné – Iridessa, a light fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends
Jim Cummings – Ray, a Cajun firefly
Jeff Bennett – Clank, one of a pair of bumbling tinker sparrow men and Tinker Bell's best friends
Bob Bergen – Porky Pig, a fat little pig; Tweety Bird, a yellow canary; Marvin the Martian; a referee at the Ultimate Game; Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in all Mexico with his major traits being the ability to run extremely fast and speaking with an exaggerated Mexican accent; Hubie & Bertie, sportscasters of the Ultimate Game
Lucy Liu – Silvermist, a water fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends
Bill Farmer – Sylvester J. Pussycat, a Tuxedo cat; Yosemite Sam; a grouchy outlaw and the de facto archenemy of Bugs Bunny, along with Elmer Fudd; Foghorn Leghorn, a large, white adult Leghorn rooster with a stereotypically Southern accent, a "good ol' boy? speaking style, and a penchant for mischief
America Ferrera – Fawn, an animal fairy who is one of Tinker Bell's best friends
Kath Soucie – Lola Bunny, a female rabbit who is Bugs Bunny's girlfriend
Jesse McCartney – Terence, a pixie dust keeper and Tinker Bell's crush.
Pamela Adlon – Vidia, a fast-flying fairy who is Tinker Bell's rival and and the main antagonist of the film.
Jane Horrocks – Fairy Mary, a head tinker fairy
Anjelica Huston – Queen Clarion, the Queen of Pixie Hollow
June Foray – Granny, Tweety and Sylvester's owner
Maurice LaMarche – Pepé Le Pew, a French skunk
Steve Valentine – Minister of Spring, the minister of the spring realm
Kathy Najimy – Minister of Summer, the minister of the summer realm
Richard Portnow – Minister of Autumn, the minister of the autumn/fall realm
Gail Borges – Minister of Winter, the minister of the winter realm
The South cast
Bruno Campos – Prince Naveen, a Prince of Maldonia, Tiana's love interest, and the deuteragonist of the film
Keith David – Dr. Facilier, alias "The Shadow Man", a voodoo witch doctor and the main antagonist of the film
Jennifer Cody – Charlotte LaBouff, a wealthy Southern débutante who is Tiana's best friend since childhood
Peter Bartlett – Lawrence, Prince Naveen's royal valet
Jenifer Lewis – Mama Odie, a blind, 197-year-old voodoo priestess who served as the film's Fairy Godmother
Oprah Winifrey – Eudora, Tiana's mother
Terrence Howard – James, Tiana's father
John Goodman – Eli "Big Daddy" LaBouff, a very wealthy Southern sugar mill owner and Charlotte's father
Wayne Knight – Stan Podolak, the Dodgers' publicist
Theresa Randle – Juanita Jordan, Michael's wife
Bill Murray – Himself, an aspiring basketball player and one of Michael's golfing partners
Larry Bird – Himself, one of Michael's golfing partners
Manner Washington – Jeffrey, Michael's older son and Marcus' older brother
Eric Gordon – Marcus, Michael's younger son and Jeff's younger brother
Penny Pae Bridges – Jasmine, Michael's daughter
Charles Barkley – Himself, of the Phoenix Suns, who gets his talent stolen by Pound
Patrick Ewing – Himself, of the New York Knicks, who gets his talent stolen by Bang
Muggsy Bogues – Himself, of the Charlotte Hornets, who gets his talent stolen by Nawt
Larry Johnson – Himself, of the Charlotte Hornets, who gets his talent stolen by Bupkus
Shawn Bradley – Himself, of the Philadelphia 76ers, who gets his talent stolen by Blanko
Moron Mountain cast
Danny DeVito – Mr. Swackhammer, the proprietor of the intergalactic theme park "Moron Mountain" and the main antagonist of the film
Jocelyn Blue – Pound, the orange Nerdluck and the leader of the Nerdlucks who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Charity James – Blanko, a blue Nerdluck who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
June Melby – Bang, a green Nerdluck who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Catherine Reitman – Bupkus, a purple Nerdluck who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Colleen Wainwright – Nawt, a red Nerdluck who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Dorian Harewood – Bupkus, a purple MonStar who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Joey Camen – Bang, a green MonStar who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
T.K. Carter – Nawt, a red MonStar who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Darnell Suttles – Pound, the orange MonStar and the leader of the Nerdlucks who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Steve Kehela – Blanko, a blue MonStar who is one of Swackhammer's criminal henchmen
Loreena McKennitt – Narrator
Brandon Hammond – Young Michael
Elizabeth Dampier – Young Tiana
Breanna Brooks – Young Charlotte
Ritchie Montgomery – Reggie, a frog hunter who is Darnell and Two Fingers' father
Don Hall – Darnell, a frog hunter who is one of Reggie's sons
Paul Briggs – Two Fingers, a frog hunter who is one of Reggie's sons
Jerry Kernion – Mr. Henry Fenner, one of the brokers
Corey Burton – Mr. Harvey Fenner, one of the brokers; Newsreel Narrator
Michael Colyar – Buford, a chef at Red Rockett's Pizza Pot
Emeril Lagasse – Marlon the Gator
Kevin Michael Richardson – Ian the Gator
Randy Newman – Cousin Randy, one of Ray's firefly cousins
America Young – Wendy Darling, a young girl from J.M. Barrie's novel Peter and Wendy who is the owner of the lost music box
Kat Cressida – Mrs. Darling, Wendy's mother
Ahmad Rashad – Himself
Danielle Mone Truitt – Georgia
Additional Voices (Fairies of every talent, basketball players, the crowd of every baseball and basketball stadium, the press and news people, interviewers, tinker fairies, alien customers of Moron Mountain, the Stars catcher, the umpire, the Dodgers' manager, the Queen's review fairy guests, the NBA referee, the Charlotte coach, the customers of Duke's Diner and Tiana's Palace, Mardi Gras players, masquerade ball guests, alligators, a doctor, a psychologist, a golfer, Ray's firefly family, butterflies, a fortune teller, a foreman, the health commissioner, the costume-clad musicians, the Mark Twain riverboat captain, the Mardi Gras parade guests and actors, the wedding reverend, the wedding creatures and guests)
Stephen J. Anderson, Keith Anthony, Kwesi Boakye, Roger Aaron Brown, June Christopher, David Cowgill, Peter Del Vecho, Terri Douglas, Jeff Draheim, Rob Edwards, Eddie Frierson, Bridget Hoffman, Kelly Hoover, Rif Hutton, Wolfgang Wesley Hutton, Margaret Johnson-Holzendorf, John Kassir, Jennifer Kilger, Nicolette Little, Mona Marshall, John Musker, Allison Norman, Phil Proctor, Peter Renaday, Lynwood Robinson, Kimberly Russell, Lorry Ann Shea, Bruce W. Smith, Elissa Sussman, Shane Sweet, Fred Tatasciore, Claudette Wells, Marlon West, Joe Whyte, Seth R. Williamson, Shanda M. Williamson, Shane R. Williamson, Mick Wingert
Dr. Facilier and his Shadow: Gets sucked into the Masks and the Voodoo Dolls world.
Mr. Swackhammer: Gets strapped to a rocket by the MonStars and sent to the moon.
Vidia: Gets punished for releasing the Sprinting Thistles and forcing Tink to capture them, and flies off to return them to Needlepoint Meadow as a result. Later reforms and forms a friendship with Tink.
The Nerdlucks/MonStars (Pound, Blanko, Bang, Bupkus, and Nawt): Loses the Ultimate Game to the Tune Squad and reforms and decides to stay with the Looney Tunes.
Lawrence: Gets arrested when Charlotte discovered him.
Reggie, Darnell, and Two Fingers: Leave the swamp and screaming, after Tiana talked to them.
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Pixie Dust Tree
The LaBouff Estate
Dr. Facilier's Voodoo Emporium
Pine Tree Grove
Mama Odie's Tree
Tiana's Palace (NEW)
Looney Tune Land
Warner Bros. Memorial Gardens
Moron Mountain, Outer Space
New York City, New York, USA
Madison Square Garden
Los Angeles, California, USA
Great Western Forum
Disney had once announced that 2004's Home on the Range would be their last traditionally animated film. After the company's acquisition of Pixar in early 2006, Ed Catmull and John Lasseter, the new president and chief creative officer of Disney Animation Studios, reversed this decision and reinstated hand-drawn animation at the studio. Many animators who had either been laid off or had left the studio when the traditional animation units were dissolved in 2003 were located and re-hired for the project. Lasseter also brought back directors Ron Clements and John Musker, whose earlier works include The Great Mouse Detective (1986), The Little Mermaid (1989), Aladdin (1992), Hercules (1997), and Treasure Planet (2002). The duo had left the company in 2005, but Lasseter requested their return to Disney to direct and write the film, and had let them choose the style of animation (traditional or CGI) they wanted to use.
The story for the film began development by merging two separate projects in development at Disney and Pixar at the time, both based around the "Frog Prince" fairy tale. One of the projects was based on E. D. Baker's The Frog Princess, in which the story's heroine (Princess Emma) kisses a prince turned frog (Prince Eadric), only to become a frog herself. The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief returns to the musical film format used in many of the previously successful Disney animated films, with a style Musker and Clements declared, like with Aladdin and The Little Mermaid, had inspiration from Golden Age Disney features such as Cinderella.
Musker and Clements thought that given all fairy tales were set in Europe, they could do an American fairy tale. They stated that they chose New Orleans as a tribute to the history of the city, for its "magical" qualities, and because it was Lasseter's favorite city. The directors spent ten days in Louisiana before starting to write the film.
The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief was originally announced as The Frog Princess in July 2006, and early concepts and songs were presented to the public at the Walt Disney Company's annual shareholders' meeting in March 2007. These announcements drew criticism from African-American media outlets, due to elements of the Frog Princess story, characters, and settings considered distasteful. African-American critics disapproved of the original name for the heroine, "Maddy", due to its similarity to the derogatory term "mammy". Also protested were Maddy's original career as a chambermaid, the choice to have the black heroine's love interest be a non-black prince, which upset opponents of on-screen interracial romance, and the use of a black male voodoo witchdoctor as the film's villain. The Frog Princess title was also thought by critics to be a slur on French people. Also questioned was the film's setting of New Orleans, which had been heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, resulting in the expulsion of a large number of mostly black residents. Critics claimed the choice of New Orleans as the setting for a Disney film with a black heroine was an affront to the Katrina victims' plight.
In response to these early criticisms, the film's title was changed in May 2007 from The Frog Princess to The Princess and the Frog. The name "Maddy" was changed to "Tiana", and the character's occupation was altered from chambermaid to waitress. Talk show host Oprah Winfrey (Bee Movie) was hired as a technical consultant for the film, leading to her taking a voice acting role in the film as Tiana's mother Eudora.
Writing and themes
The head of story, Don Hall, described the plot as a fairy tale "twisted enough that it seems new and fresh", with a kingdom that is a modern city, a handsome prince that is a "knuckleheaded playboy" and a variation on the fairy godmother with Mama Odie. Co-writer Rob Edwards also said The Princess and the Frog was "a princess movie for people who don't like princess movies". As the writers thought Tiana's character motivation of simply dreaming of having her own restaurant was not appealing enough, they expanded so it was her father's as well, with the extra philosophy of "food bringing people together of all walks of life". Musker and Clements stated that while Tiana already starts as a sympathetic character, the events of the plot make her "understand things in a deeper level" and change people around her. Both protagonists would learn from each other — Naveen to take responsibilities, Tiana to enjoy life — as well as figuring from Ray's passion for Evangeline that the perfect balance is brought by having someone you love to share the experience. Tiana became the first African-American Disney Princess.
On December 1, 2006, a detailed casting call was announced for the film at the Manhattan Theatre Source forum. The casting call states the film as being an American fairy tale musical set in New Orleans during the 1920s Jazz Age, and provides a detailed list of the film's major characters.
In February 2007, it was reported that Dreamgirls actresses Jennifer Hudson and Anika Noni Rose were top contenders for the voice of Tiana, and that Alicia Keys directly contacted Walt Disney Studios chairman Dick Cook about voicing the role. It was later reported that Tyra Banks was considered for the role as well. By April 2007, it was confirmed that Rose would be voicing Tiana. Three months later, it was reported that Keith David would be doing the voice of Dr. Facilier, the villain of the film.
In November 2008, the film will feature the ensemble voice cast of the Looney Tunes voice actors, Michael Jordan himself, Mae Whitman (Avatar: The Last Airbender) as the Walt's Disney most beloved fairy named Tinker Bell, Bruno Campos as Prince Naveen of Maldonia, Danny DeVito (Hercules) as the villainous Swackhammer of the intergalactic theme park, Wayne Knight (Toy Story 2, Hercules, Tarzan) as Michael Jordan's publicist Stan Podolak, Kristin Chenoweth (Wicked) as garden fairy Rosetta, Raven-Symoné (That's So Raven) as light fairy Iridessa, Lucy Liu (Kung Fu Panda) as water fairy Silvermist, America Ferrera (How to Train Your Dragon) as animal fairy Fawn, Pamela Adlon (Recess) as fast-flying fairy Vidia, Jesse McCartney (Alvin and the Chipmunks) as Terence the pixie dust keeper, Michael-Leon Wooley as the trumpet-playing alligator Louis, Jim Cummings (The Lion King, Aladdin) as Ray the Cajun firefly, Rob Paulsen (Yakko in Animaniacs) and Jeff Bennett (Johnny Bravo) as Bobble and Clank, Bill Murray (Ghostbusters) as himself as the aspiring basketball player/golfer, Jenifer Lewis (Cars) as Mama Odie, Anjelica Huston (Barbie as Rapunzel) as the Pixie Hollow ruler Queen Clarion, Jennifer Cody as the southern belle Charlotte, Jane Horrocks (Corpse Bride, Chicken Run) as Fairy Mary, Peter Bartlett as Naveen's valet Lawrence, John Goodman (Monsters, Inc., The Emperor's New Groove) as Charlotte's father Eli, and Terrence Howard as Tiana's father James.
Animation and design
Clements and Musker had agreed from very early on that the style they were aiming for was primarily that of Lady and the Tramp (1955), a film which they and John Lasseter feel represents "the pinnacle of Disney's style". "After that, everything started becoming more stylized, like Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians – which are fantastic films as well, but there's a particular style (to 'Lady and the Tramp') that's so classically Disney." Lady and the Tramp also heavily informed the style of the New Orleans scenes, while Disney's Bambi (1942) served as the template for the bayou scenes. Bambi was described as a stylistic reference for the painted backgrounds, as according to art director Ian Gooding "Bambi painted what it feels like to be in the forest instead of the forest" so The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief would in turn try capturing the essence of roaming through New Orleans.
The former trend in Disney's hand-drawn features where the characters and cinematography were influenced by a CGI-look has been abandoned. Andreas Deja, a veteran Disney animator who supervised the character of Mama Odie, says "I always thought that maybe we should distinguish ourselves to go back to what 2D is good at, which is focusing on what the line can do rather than volume, which is a CG kind of thing. So we are doing less extravagant Treasure Planet kind of treatments. You have to create a world but we're doing it more simply. What we're trying to do with Princess and the Frog is hook up with things that the old guys did earlier. It's not going to be graphic...". Deja also mentions that Lasseter was aiming for the Disney sculptural and dimensional look of the 1950s: "All those things that were non-graphic, which means go easy on the straight lines and have one volume flow into the other – an organic feel to the drawing." Lasseter also felt that traditional animation created more character believability. For example, with Louis the alligator, created by Eric Goldberg, Lasseter said: "It's the believability of this large character being able to move around quite like that." Choreographer Betsy Baytos was brought by the directors to lead a team of eccentric dancers that gave reference to make each character a different style of movement. The character design tried to create beautiful drawings through subtle shapes, particularly for most characters being human. For the frog versions of Tiana and Naveen, while the animators started with realistic designs, they eventually went for cutesy characters "removing all that is unappealing in frogs", similar to Pinocchio's Jiminy Cricket.
Toon Boom Animation's Toon Boom Harmony software was used as the main software package for the production of the film, as the Computer Animation Production System (CAPS) system that Disney developed with Pixar in the 1980s for use on their previous traditionally animated films had become outdated. The Harmony software was augmented with a number of plug-ins to provide CAPS-like effects such as shading on cheeks and smoke effects. The reinstated traditional unit's first production, a 2007 Goofy cartoon short entitled How to Hook Up Your Home Theater, was partly animated without paper by using Harmony and Wacom Cintiq pressure-sensitive tablets. The character animators found some difficulty with this approach, and decided to use traditional paper and pencil drawings, which were then scanned into the computer systems, for The Princess and the Frog.
The one exception to the new Toon Boom Harmony pipeline was the "Almost There" dream sequence, which utilized an Art Deco graphic style based on the art of Harlem Renaissance painter Aaron Douglas (1899-1979). Supervised by Eric Goldberg and designed by Sue Nichols, the "Almost There" sequence's character animation was done on paper without going through the clean-up animation department, and scanned directly into Photoshop. The artwork was then enhanced to affect the appearance of painted strokes and fills, and combined with backgrounds, using Adobe After Effects.
The visual effects and backgrounds for the film were created digitally using Cintiq tablet displays. Marlon West, one of Disney's veteran animation visual effects supervisors, says about the production; "Those guys had this bright idea to bring back hand-drawn animation, but everything had to be started again from the ground up. One of the first things we did was focus on producing shorts, to help us re-introduce the 2D pipeline. I worked as vfx supervisor on the Goofy short, How to Hook Up Your Home Theater. It was a real plus for the effects department, so we went paperless for The Princess and the Frog." The backgrounds were painted digitally using Adobe Photoshop, and many of the architectural elements were based upon 3D models built in Autodesk Maya. Much of the clean-up animation, digital ink-and-paint, and compositing were outsourced to third party companies in Orlando, Florida (Premise Entertainment), Toronto, Ontario, Canada Yowza! /Yowza Digital Animation, and Brooklin, São Paulo, Brazil (HGN Produções)
In 2008, Joel McNeely (Peter Pan: Return to Never Land), along with Randy Newman (well known for his musical involvement in Pixar films such as A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc., Cars, Toy Story, and Toy Story 2) and James Newton Howard (Treasure Planet, Atlantis: The Lost Empire) will compose, arrange, and conduct the music for the film, a mixture of the Looney Tunes theme, jazz, blues, and gospel styles performed by the voice cast for the respective Disney Fairies characters and the Looney Tunes.
The film's first teaser trailer was released on November 6, 2008, coinciding with Bolt.
A first theatrical trailer were released on May 27, 2009 and appeared in movie theaters with Up.
A full-length trailer was released on September 18, 2009 and appeared in the showing of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Soundtrack (November 23, 2009)
The original score for the film was composed by Randy Newman (well known for his musical involvement in Pixar films such as A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc., Cars, Toy Story, and Toy Story 2), along with Joel McNeely (Return to Never Land, other Disney animated sequels) and James Newton Howard (Treasure Planet, Atlantis: The Lost Empire) with lyrics written by Newman. Newman said he attempted to blend a mixture of jazz, blues, and gospel styles to create the new songs. McNeely recorded the music with an 88-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony and Celtic violin soloist Máiréad Nesbitt at the Sony Scoring Stage.
World premiere release of soundtrack for Walt Disney's first Looney Tunes 2009 animated feature. One of Disney's most beloved characters inspires composer to create magical, playful orchestral score replete with yearning ideas for lost collectibles, lyrical melodies for Tinker Bell, musical wisps for Pixie Hollow and Louisiana, much more. Exotic colors abound. It is a score that literally sparkles with delight. Celtic sounds, birds, crickets, drops of water, all are captured in skillful meld of gently dramatic, hauntingly beautiful musical vignettes. Highlights are plentiful but surely deserving spotlight is "Choosing A Talent" with rich major to minor chords that crescendo into powerful, massive orchestra/choral peroration. Breathtaking! Capturing attention in action mode is powerful "Hawk!", with heroic moment for French horn, trumpet. "Sprinting Thistles" commands as well. For sheer exuberant splendor, listen no further than to "Rebuilding Spring". McNeely shines! And yes, you also get that soaring vocal "Fly To Your Heart" as well. Beautifully packaged, illustrated booklet graces the CD from Walt Disney Records. Joel McNeely conducts.
Never Knew I Needed – Ne-Yo
Fly to Your Heart – Selena Gomez
To the Fairies They Draw Near – Loreena McKennitt
Down in New Orleans (Prologue) – Tiana
Down in New Orleans – Dr. John
Almost There – Tiana
Friends on the Other Side – Dr. Facilier
Almost There (Reprise) – Tiana
When We're Human – Louis, Naveen, and Tiana
Gonna Take You There – Ray
Ma Belle Evangeline – Ray
Dig a Little Deeper – Mama Odie
To the Fairies They Draw Near, Part II – Loreena McKennitt
Down in New Orleans (Finale) – Tiana
Fairy Tale / Going Home
A Child's Laughter / Flight to Pixie Hollow
Choosing a Talent
Tink Tours Pixie Hollow
Welcome to Tinker's Nook
Tinker Bell's New Home
Back To Earth
We Seek Bugs Bunny
Tink Meets the Other Fairies
The Lost Things Theme
Tink Meets Vidia and Finds Lost Things
Your Place is Here
Tiana's Bad Dream
I Know This Story
Tink Tries to be a Light Fairy
Teaching a Baby Bird to Fly
Hole In One
Michael in Tune Land
The Tunes' Practice
Ray / Mama Odie
Frog Hunters / Gator Down
Tink Finds the Music Box
Stealing the Shorts
Searching for Answers
Tink Feels Lost
The Ultimate Game
MonStars Locker Room
The Second Half
You Get Me
You the Duck
The Winning Shot
Not Good At Cheating
Ray Laid Low
Gimme the Ball
Spring is Ruined
The Music Box Resorted
Tink Meets Wendy
This Is Gonna Be Good
Michael Jordan Returns
The film premiered in theaters with a limited run in New York and Los Angeles beginning on November 25, 2009, followed by wide release on December 11, 2009. The film was originally set for release on Christmas Day 2009, but its release date was changed due to a competing family film, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, scheduled for release the same day.
The Princess and the Frog was supported by a wide array of merchandise leading up to and following the film's release. Although Disney's main marketing push was not set to begin until November 2009, positive word-of-mouth promotion created demand for merchandise well in advance of the film. Princess Tiana costumes were selling out prior to Halloween 2009, and a gift set of Tiana-themed hair-care products from Carol's Daughter sold out in seven hours on the company's website. Other planned merchandise includes a cookbook for children and even a wedding gown. Princess Tiana was also featured a few months before the release in the Disney on Ice: Let's Celebrate! show. The film itself was promoted through advertisements, including one from GEICO where Naveen, as a frog, converses with the company's gecko mascot.
A live parade and show called Tiana's Showboat Jubilee! premiered on October 26, 2009, at the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, and on November 5 at Disneyland in California. In Disneyland, actors in New Orleans Square paraded to the Rivers of America and boarded the park's steamboat. From there, the cast, starring Princess Tiana, Prince Naveen, Louis the alligator, and Doctor Facilier, would sing songs from the movie, following a short storyline taking place after the events of the film. The Disneyland version's actors actually partook in singing, while the Walt Disney World rendition incorporated lip-syncing.
Tiana's Showboat Jubilee! ran at both parks until January 3, 2010. At Disneyland Park, the show was replaced by a land-based event called Princess Tiana's Mardi Gras Celebration, which features Princess Tiana along with five of the original presentation's "Mardi Gras dancers" and the park's "Jambalaya Jazz Band" as they perform songs from the movie. "Tiana's Mardi Gras Celebration" officially ended on October 3, 2010. However, it returned to Disneyland from 2011-2013 as part of the “Limited Time Magic” family-fun weekends.
Tiana also appears in Disneyland Paris' New Generation Festival. Some of the characters appear frequently during World of Color, the nightly fountain and projection show presented at Disney California Adventure. Disney announced on June 4, 2009, that they would release a video game inspired by the film and it was released on November 2009 exclusively for Wii and Nintendo DS platforms. It has been officially described an "adventure through the exciting world of New Orleans in a family-oriented video game", featuring events from the film and challenges for Princess Tiana.
The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief was released in North America on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on March 16, 2010. The film is available in DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and Blu-ray Disc combo-pack editions; the combo pack includes DVD and digital copies of the film, along with the Blu-ray Disc version. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in Australia on June 2, 2010, and on June 21, 2010, in the United Kingdom. As of December 2010 the movie has sold 4,475,227 copies and has made $71,327,491 in DVD sales, making it the ninth best-selling DVD of 2010.
The books based on the new movie comes to stores (Barnes & Noble, Borders, Powell's Books) on October 13, 2009. It includes:
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Little Golden Book
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Read Along Storybook and CD
The Evening Star (Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief) (Deluxe Coloring Book)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Reusable Sticker Book
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: The Essential Guide
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Movie Storybook
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Ultimate Sticker Book
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Look and Find
Fairy Tale to Competition (Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief) (Step into Reading)
The Art of Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: The Junior Novelization
Kiss the Frog (Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief) (Step into Reading)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief: Movie Theater
Tinker Bell's Romantic Adventure (Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief) (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))
The merchandise is also in stores (Disney Store, Disney Parks, Target, Fred Meyer's, Toys R Us, Barnes & Noble), including:
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive Mega Figurine Playset (Tiana, Tinker Bell, Michael Jordan, Frog Tiana, Prince Naveen, Bugs Bunny, Frog Naveen, Rosetta, Fawn, Silvermist, Iridessa, Dr. Facilier, Louis, Ray, Mr. Swackhammer, Daffy Duck, Clank, Bobble, Vidia, Porky Pig, Sylvester, Tasmanian Devil, Tweety Bird, Mama Odie (with Juju), Lawrence, Fairy Mary, Queen Clarion, Nerdluck/MonStar Pound, Nerdluck/MonStar Bang, Nerdluck/MonStar Nawt, Nerdluck/MonStar Blanko, Nerdluck/MonStar Bupkus) (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 3-Pack Tinker Bell, Tiana, and Bugs Bunny (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 3-Pack Michael Jordan, Prince Naveen, and Nerdluck/MonStar Pound (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Daffy Duck, Silvermist, and Nerdluck/MonStar Blanko (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Porky Pig, Fawn, and Nerdluck/MonStar Bang (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Sylvester, Iridessa, and Nerdluck/MonStar Bupkus (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Tweety Bird, Rosetta, and Nerdluck/MonStar Nawt (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Tasmanian Devil, Vidia, and Mr. Swackhammer (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Lola Bunny & Terence (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Exclusive 6 Inch Action Figure 2-Pack Louis, Ray, & Dr. Facilier (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tiana Plush Doll - The Princess and the Frog - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Prince Naveen Plush Doll - The Princess and the Frog - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Bugs Bunny Plush - Looney Tunes - 16" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Lola Bunny Plush - Looney Tunes - 16" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Bobble Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Nerdluck Pound Plush - Looney Tunes - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
MonStar Pound Plush - Looney Tunes - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Rosetta Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Charlotte LaBouff Plush Doll - The Princess and the Frog - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Daffy Duck Plush - Looney Tunes - 15" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Nerdluck Bang Plush - Looney Tunes - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
MonStar Bang Plush - Looney Tunes - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Clank Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Porky Pig Plush - Looney Tunes - 15" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Fawn Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Louis Plush - The Princess and the Frog - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Nerdluck Blanko Plush - Looney Tunes - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
MonStar Blanko Plush - Looney Tunes - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Sylvester Plush - Looney Tunes - 16" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tweety Bird Plush - Looney Tunes - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Iridessa Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Ray Plush - The Princess and the Frog - 7" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Nerdluck Bupkus Plush - Looney Tunes - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
MonStar Bupkus Plush - Looney Tunes - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
The Tasmanian Devil Plush - Looney Tunes - 17" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Marvin the Martian Plush - Looney Tunes - 15" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Silvermist Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Nerdluck Nawt Plush - Looney Tunes - 12" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
MonStar Nawt Plush - Looney Tunes - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Wile E. Coyote Plush - Looney Tunes - 17" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
The Road Runner Plush - Looney Tunes - 17" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Vidia Plush Doll - Tinker Bell - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Elmer Fudd Plush - Looney Tunes - 16" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Yosemite Sam Plush - Looney Tunes - 15" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Foghorn Leghorn Plush - Looney Tunes - 18" (Disney Store, Disney Parks)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief House of Slam Playset (The "Out of this World" Sports Adventure. It's the world's greatest basketball hero, Michael Jordan, teamed up with Bugs Bunny, for the ultimate intergalactic game of hoops! This awesome basketball park houses all kinds of Looney Tune adventures and full-court challenges for our heroes and you. Score big with this fun-filled sports arena! "Jumbo-tron" Replay Screen. Swackhammer's private "Box Seat" for viewing the game. Standing basketball goal. Moron Airship Bay. Moron Airship. Golf hole with drop away trap door. Scoreboard with turning score keeping wheels. Ball Storage Lockers. Basketball launcher. Launch mini basketballs at the hoop by pressing button. Turn broom and cause trap door to fall open. Figures goes through the trap door and onto the slide...down the slide onto the basketball court... Play ball! Moron Airship hides inside storage bay. To launch, push Moron Airship into Bay with its clicks in position. To release, press the button on the basketball court. Moron Airship launch through the bay doors, ready for space travel. Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny, and Swackhammer Action Figures included. Everything stores inside as shown) (Disney Parks, Target, Fred Meyer's, Toys R Us)
Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief Moron Mountain Alien Fun Park Playset (The "Out of this World" Sports Adventure. Way out in space, past the moon, past Saturn, way past Pluto, is a fantastic amusement park planetoid-Moron Mountain. This intergalactic theme park is also the universe headquarters for Swackhammer and his henchmen, the Nerdlucks. Watch out for the rides! They can send you hurtling through the air or down in the sludge sewers! Sludge Summit ride sends Nerdlucks spiraling down into the Sludge Pool. Pivoting launch pipe to load figures into the slide. Minion Mine for hiding figures, Moron Arcade with Nerdluck Dunking Seat and Spinning Basketball Target. Wild Rocket Ride. "Sludge Pool" Diving Board. Missile Blaster with Sure Shot Projectile. Sludge Drain. Escape Hatch. Load figures into slide with pivoting pipe. Figures wind up falling into the "Sludge Pool"! Ugh!! Load missile into missile launcher and attach launcher anywhere along the side of the playset. Press button on top of launcher to shoot at the Dunk Tank target or the spinning basketball target. Nerdlucks figures slide into their seats. Spin the wheel in the playset base and watch the Wild Rocket Ride twirl. Five Nerdlucks (Pound, Blanko, Bang, Bupkus, Nawt) Action Figures included. Everything stores inside as shown. Playset closes up to reveal Swackhammer's face and the park entrance) (Disney Parks, Target, Fred Meyer's, Toys R Us)
On its limited day release, the film grossed $263,890 at two theaters and grossed $786,190 its opening weekend. On its opening day in wide release, the film grossed $7,020,000 at 3,434 theaters. It went on to gross $24,208,916 over the opening weekend averaging $7,050 per theater, ranking at #1 for the weekend, and making it the highest-grossing start to date for an animated movie in December, a record previously held by Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. The film went on to gross $104,400,899 (in the United States and Canada) and $267,045,765 (worldwide), making it a box office success, and became the fifth highest grossing animated film of 2009. While the film did out-gross Disney's more recent hand-drawn films such as The Emperor's New Groove, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Treasure Planet, Brother Bear, and Home on the Range, it was less auspicious than the animated films from Walt Disney Animation Studios' 1990s heyday. Disney animator Tom Sito compared the film's box office performance to that of The Great Mouse Detective (1986), which was a step up from the theatrical run of the 1985 box office bomb The Black Cauldron.
The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief received largely positive reviews from critics, praising the animation, characters, music, themes and comparing the voice of Walt Disney's most beloved fairy as she speaks. Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 85% based on 241 reviews with an average rating of 7.4/10, giving it "Certified Fresh" status. The website's general consensus reads, "Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief is a sweet, simple story which offers the warmth of traditional Disney animation to make this occasionally lightweight fairy-tale, cartoon, and fantasy update a lively and captivating confection for the holidays." Metacritic gave the film a score of 73/100 based on 29 reviews. Audience surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade A rating.
The film was rated G: "General Audiences-All Ages Admitted." by the Motion Picture Association of America.
This is a film which contains nothing in theme, language, nudity and sex, violence, etc. which would, in the view of the Rating Board, be offensive to parents whose younger children view the film. The G rating is not a "certificate of approval," nor does it signify a children's film. Some snippets of language may go beyond polite conversation but they are common everyday expressions. No stronger words are present in G-rated films. The violence is at a minimum. Nudity and sex scenes are not present; nor is there any drug use content.
DVDizzy Blu-ray + DVD Review
Michael Jordan & Bugs Bunny
Prince Naveen & Tiana
Sylvester, Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, Wile E. Coyote, Foghorn Leghorn, Porky Pig, Pepe Le Pew, Tweety Bird, and the Tasmanian Devil / Bang, Blanko, Swackhammer, Bupkus, and Pound
Dr. Facilier, Lawrence, and Naveen / Frog Tiana, Frog Naveen, and Louis
Queen Clarion & Birth Tinker Bell / Rosetta, Fawn, Silvermist, and Iridessa
Nawt, Blanko, Bang, Bupkus, and Pound / Bill Murray
Mama Odie & Juju / Big Daddy & Charlotte
Silvermist & Tinker Bell / Tinker Bell
Yosemite Sam, Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, and Sylvester
Frog Naveen, Frog Tiana, and Ray
Clank, Birth Tink, and Bobble / Tinker Bell and her Fairies
January 26, 2010 – Soon to gross $100 million domestically, The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief leaps to home video on March 16th on its single-disc DVD, a 2-disc Blu-ray, and a 4-disc Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy combo.
March 11, 2010 – We take a look at The Princess and the Frog & Tinker Bell's Springtime Belief, the Disney Fairies and Looney Tunes franchise's first CGI hit. From the film's writers and directors whose past Disney credits include The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules, and Treasure Planet, Disney's 49th animated feature returns the studio to the traditional hand-drawn methods they're best known for in this musical fairy tale set in 1920s New Orleans. It reveals Tinker Bell's (voiced by Mae Whitman) origins, as she is born in the magical world of Pixie Hollow, sentenced to a life of tinkering, and eager to aspire to more. Yes, she talks, and so do her ethnically diverse fairy friends, Silvermist, Rosetta, Iridessa, and Fawn. A waitress kisses a frog claiming to be a prince only to find herself likewise transformed into an amphibian. Michael Jordan was sent into the animated world to help the Looney Tunes avoid losing a basketball game that would send them working in a theme park. This acclaimed musical comedy adventure hit stores next week. We take a look at the Blu-ray + DVD.