Top ten Disney characters

1 Mickey Mouse Without Mickey, there would be no Disney.

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He was the first cartoon character that was created.

2. Winnie the Pooh: This cuddly honey lover has captured the hearts of millions with his timeless story and gentle nature.

3. Minnie Mouse: The female version of Mickey, Minnie Mouse gave us our first beloved female cartoon character.

4. Alice in Wonderland: Going through mad tea parties and facing a Red Queen, you'd think her tale was one of madness.

5. Peter Pan: The boy who never grew up took the hearts of children worldwide.

6. Cinderella: Cinderella found herself trapped by her evil stepmother and stepsisters.

7. Tinker Bell: The feisty fairy grew into one of Disney's most popular characters.

8. Belle: The daughter of a scientist chose to give her place to save her father when he was captured.

9. Donald Duck: He's angry and has a bad attitude but his heart is genuine gold.

10. Ariel: This classic character wanted to explore what was beyond the sea.

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