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  1. Webby Vanderquack From the movie DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990) This was the first movie produced by DisneyToon Studios, AKA Disney MovieToons, and their first one released in theaters Voiced in the original series and movie by the LEGENDARY Russi Taylor (1944-2019) Russi was the voice of Minnie Mouse from 1986 until she died last year. She also voiced Huey, Dewey, & Louie! I requested that Webby be added to the rankdown and I'm happy she cracked the top 500! Webby is a character exclusive to the DuckTales series. Webby is related to Scrooge's nanny/maid/cook, Mrs. Beakley. They both live with Scrooge while he's in charge of his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. She joins in on the adventures with Huey, Dewey, and Louie. If you don't know what DuckTales is... uh... it's a 4 season show that aired on Disney from 1987-1990. With the best theme song in the history of television. Apparently there's a 2017 reboot of DuckTales, and Webby is a main character in that series as well. Save: Atropos, Clotho, and Lachesis, AKA The Fates
  2. Doc Hudson From the movie Cars (2006) Voiced by the late, great Paul Newman (1925-2008) It's so weird... I saw a Doc Hudson meme on reddit today. So I guess he still has some cultural presence. It was some clip from GTA or some other video game where a car crashed and glitches like crash and the caption was something like "Nobody: Doc Hudson: [video clip]." I wish I could find it again lol. It was a play on the Doc Hudson's crash from the movie: Anyway, Doc Hudson is an important character from the first Cars movie. When Lightning McQueen gets stranded in a small town, he meets the local judge/doctor Hudson and learns lots of valuable life lessons from him. Doc Hudson reveals he also used to be a big racing star and had to give it all up after a devastating crash ended his career. So Doc had to define himself in other ways and realized that racing wasn't everything in life or something like that. I don't hate the first Cars movie. I thought it was a cute idea and was fine. But the extra movies in the trilogy kind of bring it down. Doc Hudson was supposed to appear in Cars 2, but Paul Newman passed away so they changed their plans and made the character Doc Hudson pass away as well. I think that's the best choice for the circumstances, even if it makes Megan realize there are Car funerals and gives her an existential crisis. Save: Merlin's owl, Archimedes
  3. Bless. I think that's probably the best move. Sorry you had to renumber everything though!
  4. Cut Webby and Doc Hudson Save Archimedes and Atropos, Clotho, & Lachesis
  5. My personal favorite is Rogue One, but obviously it only works in context with the original trilogy. The Last Jedi is a weird one for me because people seem to REALLY LOVE IT or REALLY HATE IT and I just thought it was nice.
  6. Just sharing the rabbit hole I fell into! And I forgot that Disney made Dinosaur
  7. Theatrical Animated Features by Disney Unrepresented in the Rankdown From Walt Disney Animation Studios: Academy Award Review of Walt Disney Cartoons (1937) The Reluctant Dragon (1941) (mixed with live-action) Victory Through Air Power (1943) (mixed with live-action) Make Mine Music (1946) Song of the South (1946) (mixed with live-action) Melody Time (1948) (mixed with live-action) So Dear to My Heart (1949) (mixed with live-action) Tarzan (1999) Dinosaur (2000) Home on the Range (2004) From Walt Disney Television Animation: Doug's 1st Movie (1999) Recess: School's Out (2001) Teacher's Pet (2004) From Studio Ghibli: Tales from Earthsea (2010) The Secret World of Arrietty (2012) The Wind Rises (2014) From DisneyToon Studios: Planes (2013) Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014) From other animation studios: Valiant (2005) Vanguard Animation The Wild (2006) C.O.R.E. Feature Animation Roadside Romeo (2008) Yash Raj Films A Christmas Carol (2009) ImageMovers Digital Gnomeo & Juliet (2011) Starz Animation and Rocket Pictures Mars Needs Moms (2011) ImageMovers Digital Arjun: The Warrior Prince (2012) UTV Motion Pictures Frankenweenie (2012) Tim Burton Productions Strange Magic (2015) Lucasfilm Animation Spies in Disguise (2019) Blue Sky Studios (because Disney bought 20th Century Fox) Movies that mixed live-action and animation, but weren't by Walt Disney Animation Studios: Pete's Dragon (1977) Tron (1982) Fun fact, there were also theatrical releases for these movies! From Disney MovieToons: DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990) A Goofy Movie (1995) The Tigger Movie (2000) Return to Never Land (2002) The Jungle Book 2 (2003) Piglet's Big Movie (2003) From Disneytoon Studios: Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005) Bambi II (2006) Tinker Bell (2008) Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (Tinker Bell 2) (2009) Secret of the Wings (Tinker Bell 4) (2012) The Pirate Fairy (Tinker Bell 5) (2014) Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast (Tinker Bell 6) (2015)
  8. Hahaha don't restart the rankdown, that was just a joke It's tough because some characters have been eliminated already. Here are some random ideas. I like some more than others. Rusty Rust-Eze & Dusty Rust-Eze (Cars) (both eliminated) Crush & Squirt (Finding Nemo) Jenny & Charlie (Finding Dory) (both eliminated) Victor, Hugo, & Laverne (Victor and Laverne eliminated) Jock & Trusty (Lady and the Tramp) Yao, Ling, & Chien-Po (Mulan) Honest John & Gideon (both eliminated) James & Eudora (Princess and the Frog) Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather (Sleeping Beauty) Kanga & Roo (Winnie the Pooh)
  9. Okay so it turns out we need to start the rank down over... am I right that we don’t have any characters from Tarzan in this?????????????? We are gonna need a wildcard round 2 or something because I’m embarrassed for all of us
  10. we've traced the call... it's coming from inside the Horror Rankdown
  11. Sergeant From Toy Story 1, 2, 3 (1995, 1999, 2010) Voice by R. Lee Ermey (1944-2018) Sarge is a toy soldier from the Toy Story Saga. Sarge is one of Andy's toys that actually exists in real life. Many many children had green army men growing up as toys. In the movie Sarge doesn't have a huge personality or anything... his role is the leader of the army men and they appear when the toys need to execute some operation or mission or something usually. I think they also help with reconnaissance since they are so small and can go unnoticed. They follow orders from Woody mostly, and don't have a lot of scenes where they develop their character. At the end of the third movie, the remaining army men live happily ever after at Sunnyside Daycare under the leadership of Barbie and Ken. I don't believe they appear in Toy Story 4, someone please correct me if I'm wrong. Save: Snow White
  12. Wheezy From the movie Toy Story 2 (1999) Voiced by artist, writer, etc. etc. Joe Ranft (1960-2005) Check out his awesome resume: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Ranft Wheezy first appeared in Toy Story 2. We meet him when Woody tears his arm and Andy's mom puts him on a high shelf saying "oh I'll fix that toy later" or something. Wheezy is up there, one of Andy's old favorite toys that he got after the events of the first movie, but we find out that Wheezy broke his squeaker and got put on the shelf to be "fixed" but it never happened and he's been up there since. Kind of tragic. Wheezy, just jump off the shelf, I don't get why you were stuck up there. You're a toy, you're not going to die. Anyway, then Toy Story supervillain Andy's Mom starts gathering things for a yard sale, and Wheezy is scared (and correct) that he will be put for sale. The toys save Wheezy from being sold, but that's when Woody gets lost and the real plot of the movie starts. At the end of the movie we see Wheezy with a fixed squeaker and he sings a song. Wheezy makes a brief appearance in Toy Story 3 in a home video. However, the voice actor passed away so we learn in dialogue that Wheezy had been sold at a yard sale along with Etch-a-Sketch and Bo Peep between the events of the 2nd movie and the 3rd. Kind of negates the plotline of the 2nd movie, but it's a tough situation. Save: Aurora
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