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@Disney Pick of the Litter premieres December 20 on Disney+.
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Christina Aguilera performs a disney classic on Disneyland's 50th Anniversary.
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The gorgeous, mature-looking redhead
The gorgeous, mature-looking redhead
I've been planning to do this for a while, but I never had the chance to. KataraLover's top 10 most beautiful DC girls article inspired me to write this article. Anyways, here is my top 10 most beautiful Disney Channel ladies.

10. Bella Thorne and Bridgit Mendler
What a way to start off an article, with a tie. Bella Thorne is very mature-looking. She's sixteen, but she looks about eighteen or nineteen. She has an amazing smile, beautiful lips, mature features, very pretty eyes, and absolutely GORGEOUS red hair which happens to be her best feature. I honestly don't see how people find her ugly,...
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The Black Cauldron
I watched this movie for the first time on vhs with my sister, mom, and my dad. I was 3-5 years old and amazingly enough this movie did not scare me like Pinocchio, Snow White, and Fantasia did. I actually felt like a big girl watching this "scary" movie and I watched this movie a million times, including on Halloween. I remember when I was little there were a few things that I didn't understand or was wondering what the point of some stuff in the movie like what happened to Taran's guardian or Eilonwy's bauble that just sorta appeared every now and then or what the point...
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There's no singing and no Mushu, but the new Mulan is closer to the original than it may first appear. Check out this side-by-side comparison of the new Mulan 2020 trailer with the 1998 original.
Back around April 17th (Which is my birthday.) after I finished my article where I reviewed Bayformers, I was planning on writing a new article where I list off stories that Disney should adapt into movies. However, after reading an article where a Fanpoper counted down the Disney Revival movies from her least favorite to favorite, I was inspired to write down a version of my own. As a result, my plan on listing off stories that I want Disney to adapt was put on delay. But now, it seems like the perfect time to continue it.
About a month ago, I made a poll where I listed off the stories I...
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These kind of articles are kinda passeé, but there's never anything wrong to do them once in a while. I'm excited for Moana, the songs, the characters sound so charming, and it feels like a genuine classic Disney film of the 90s, very similar to Aladdin, which would make me happy.

So without further ado, here are my favorites.

10- Alice in Wonderland- It's so original, and I feel it's the only Alice in Wonderland adaptation that isn't a borefest. I think the captured of the book well, and it really helps how they showed the story in a more "visual" sense, while the book obviously relied more...
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