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A Non-Exhaustive List of Disney Characters of Color:

  • The Jungle Book (1967)
    • Mowgli (Bruce Reitherman)
  • Aladdin (1992)
    • Aladdin (Scott Weinger)
    • Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin)
    • Sultan (Douglas Seale)
    • Jafar (Jonathan Freeman)
    • Razoul (Jim Cummings)
  • The Jungle Book (1994)
    • Mowgli (Jason Scott Lee/Sean Naegeli)
  • Pocahontas (1995)
    • Pocahontas (Irene Bedard/Judy Kuhn)
    • Chief Powhatan (Russell Means)
    • Nakoma (Michelle St. John)
    • Kocoum (James Apaumut Fall)
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
    • Quasimodo’s Mother (Mary Kay Bergman)
    • Esmeralda (Demi Moore/Heidi Mollenhauer)
    • Clopin (Paul Kandel)
  • The Wonderful World of Disney: Cinderella (1997)
    • Cinderella (Brandy)
    • His Royal Highness Prince Christopher Rupert Windermere Vladimir Carl Alexander Francois Reginald Lancelot Herman Gregory James (Paolo Montalban)
    • Fairy Godmother (Whitney Houston)
    • Her MajestyQueen Constantina Charlotte Ermantrude Guinevere Maizy Marguerite Ann (Whoopi Goldberg)
    • Minerva (Natalie Desselle Reid)
  • Mulan (1998)
    • Fa Mulan (Ming-Na Wen/Lea Salonga)
    • Li Shang (BD Wong/Donny Osmond)
    • Yao (Harvey Fierstein)
    • Ling (Gedde Watanabe/Matthew Wilder)
    • Chien-Po (Jerry S. Tondo)
    • Fa Zhou (Soon-Tek Oh)
    • Fa Li (Freda Foh Shen)
    • Grandma Fa (June Foray/Marni Nixon)
    • General Li (James Shigeta)
    • The Emperor (Pat Morita)
    • Chi Fu (James Hong)
    • Shan-Yu (Miguel Ferrer)
  • The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
    • Emperor Kuzco (David Spade)
    • Pacha (John Goodman)
    • Chicha (Wendie Malick)
    • Chaca (Kellyann Kelso)
    • Tipo (Eli Russell Linnetz)
    • Yzma (Eartha Kitt)
    • Kronk (Patrick Warburton)
  • Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
    • Princess Kida (Cree Summer/Natalie Strom)
    • King Kashekim Nedakh (Leonard Nimoy)
    • Dr. Joshua Strongbear Sweet (Phil Morris)
    • Audrey Rocio Ramirez (Jacqueline Obradors)
  • Lilo & Stitch (2002)
    • Lilo (Daveigh Chase)
    • Nani (Tia Carrere)
    • David Kawena (Jason Scott Lee)
    • Cobra Bubbles (Ving Rhames)
  • Brother Bear (2003)
    • Kenai (Joaquin Phoenix)
    • Sitka (D.B. Sweeney)
    • Denahi (Jason Raize)
    • Tanana (Joan Copeland)
  • Home on the Range (2004)
    • Rico (Charles Dennis)
  • The Princess and the Frog (2009)
    • Tiana (Anika Noni Rose/Elizabeth Dampier)
    • Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos)
    • Eudora (Oprah Winfrey)
    • James (Terrence Howard)
    • Mama Odie (Jenifer Lewis)
    • Dr. Facilier (Keith David)
    • Prince Ralphie (Seth R. Williamson)
  • Once Upon a Time (2011-present)
    • Mulan (Jamie Chung)
    • Jasmine (Karen David)
    • Aladdin (Deniz Akdeniz)
    • Jafar (Oded Fehr [and Naveen Andrews on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland])
    • Rapunzel (Alexandra Metz)
    • Ursula (Merrin Dungey/Tiffany Boone)
    • Merlin (Elliot Knight)
    • Tamara (Sonequa Martin-Green)
  • Sofia the First (2013-present)
    • Princess Hildegard (Coco Grayson)
    • Princess Astrid (no voice actor as of this writing)
    • Princess Clio (Hayley Graham)
    • Prince Khalid (Khamani Griffin)  
    • Princess Jun (Michaela Zee)
    • Princess Maya (Olivia Grace)
    • Princess Leena (Sarah Mitchell)
    • Princess Lani (Abigail Mavity)
    • Prince Zandar (Karan Brar)
    • Prince Jin (Brian Lee)
    • Emperor Quon (James Sie)
    • Empress Lin-Lin (G.K. Bowes)
    • Madam Ubetcha (Nika Futterman)
    • Wu-Chang (Keone Young)
    • Mamanu (Angelique Perrin)
    • Ruby Hanshaw (Diamond White)
    • Helen Hanshaw (Viola Davis)
    • Plank (Phil Morris)
    • Sir Maxwell (Thomas Bromhead)
  • Big Hero 6 (2014)
    • Hiro (Ryan Potter)
    • Tadashi (Daniel Henney)
    • Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.)
    • Go Go (Jamie Chung)
    • Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez)
  • Cinderella (2015)
    • Captain (Nonso Anozie)
    • Princess Chelina of Zaragosa (Jana Perez)
  • The Jungle Book (2016)
    • Mowgli (Neel Sethi)
  • Elena of Avalor (2016-present)
    • Princess Elena (Aimee Carrero)
    • Princess Isabel (Jenna Ortega)
    • Francisco (Emiliano Díez)
    • Luisa (Julia Vera)
    • Chancellor Esteban (Christian Lanz)
    • Mateo (Joseph Haro)
    • Gabe (Jorge Diaz)
    • Armando (Joe Nunez)
    • Prince Alonso (Tyler Posey)
  • Moana (2016)
    • Moana (Auli'i Cravalho)
    • Maui (Dwayne Johnson)
    • Chief Tui (Temuera Morrison)
    • Sina (Nicole Scherzinger)
    • Gramma Tala (Rachel House)
  • Beauty and the Beast (2017)
    • Plumette (Gugu Mbatha-Raw)
    • Madame Garderobe (Audra McDonald)
    • Père Robert (Ray Fearon)
  • Coco (2017)
    • Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez)
    • Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt)
    • Abuelita (Renee Victor)

anonymous asked:

Pauline what are in your opinions the best (the ones you liked the most) movie that are book adaptations? (such as atonement for example)

Hi! Off the top of my head:

Pride and Prejudice, dir. Joe Wright
Atonement, dir. Joe Wright
The Leopard, dir. Luchino Visconti
Romeo + Juliet, dir. Baz Luhrmann
Romeo and Juliet, dir. Franco Zeffirelli
Rebecca, dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Gone With The Wind, dir. Victor Fleming
War and Peace, dir. King Vidor
Jane Eyre, dir. Cary Fukunaga
Virgin Suicides, dir. Sofia Coppola
Shutter Island, dir. Martin Scorsese
Murder on the Orient Express, dir. Sydney Lumet
Madame Bovary, dir. Sophie Barthes
Cloud Atlas, dir. The Wachowskis
Valmont, dir. Milos Forman
Bright Star, dir. Jane Campion

And some more to look forward to next:

My Cousin Rachel, dir. Roger Mitchell
Murder on the Orient Express, dir. Kenneth Branagh
The Beguiled, dir. Sofia Coppola
Mary Shelley, dir. Haifaa al-Mansour
Ophelia, dir. Claire McCarthy
Tulip Fever, dir. Justin Chadwick

FUN.

A list of 250+ POC face claims in varying ages. 

These are almost all off the top of Lia’s head, or from our roleplay’s potential fc list, so this is by no means thorough. We will be updating this as we go, and publishing various FC lists in the future. This is just a severe head shake at those who claim it’s harder to think of POC FCs (only those that use it as an excuse). Representation isn’t hard.

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earthzero  asked:

Memory is a funny thing. Even with all of the wipes, the Winter Soldier would proudly show off the scars he said he earned refusing orders to kill children. Each one had a name: the name of the child he refused to kill. Joseph. Nikolai. Ksenia. Anna. Mikhail. Sofia. Muhammad. Talia. Martin. Emily. Lucy. Anthony. Records recovered from the Winter Soldier program corroborated these claims and further identified these children. (1/2)

Some of the children had been killed by other operatives. Some had been put into protective custody after receiving anonymous threats. One had been assigned to the Winter Soldier a second time once the target was old enough, but that attempt was left incomplete because a car accident and a household accident on the same night or shortly thereafter would look suspicious. (2/2)

 I really love this and especially the scar bit, alot. - Gen 

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“No matter what happens, stay who you are. Not a perfect soldier… but a good man.”

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