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Ranking 13 Beloved Supporting Disney Characters

Disney has done a fantastic job of capturing the essence of its main characters, whether they be princesses, little girls, or even little boys, and giving them excit

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Disney has done a fantastic job of capturing the essence of its main characters, whether they be princesses, little girls, or even little boys, and giving them exciting adventures. For instance, Elsa goes from being a young princess who was always embarrassed by her unusual talent to becoming a queen who is self-assured and brave. Isn’t it amazing how wonderful it is? But for now, let’s just focus on the fantastic best friend that each of these heroes has. No matter if the sidekick is a human, animal, or even an enchanted creature, our favorite main protagonist would never have achieved their dreams, found their true love, defeated the villains, or reached their “happily ever after” without the help of their friends.

You might be surprised at how selfless, loyal, and supportive unconditionally they have been of your favorite characters. We have compiled a ranking list of fan-favorite supporting characters from Disney films based on votes from regular people.

#13 Fairy Godmother in “Cinderella”

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In the “Cinderella” film series, the Fairy Godmother only makes a cameo appearance in a few different scenes. Cinderella is able to realize her ambitions thanks largely in large part to the help of this woman. Our princess is able to attract the attention of the prince and then live a life of luxury as a direct result of her support from her.

#12 Madame Adelaide Bonfamille in “The Aristocats”

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The lady is absolutely stunning, hilarious, and shows an incredible amount of compassion toward her cat Duchess and her three kittens. She starts a charitable organization with the goal of finding homes for all of the stray cats in Paris. Additionally, she is prepared to bequeath her enormous fortune to her cats when she passes away.

#11 Gramma Tala in “Moana”

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Moana gets a head start on her quest to discover who she is and her relationship to the ocean with the assistance of Gramma Tala. She has a strong will and is completely self-sufficient. She shares with Moana the tales of her ancestors and the traditions of their cultures, which serve to motivate Moana.

#10 Seven Dwarfs from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”

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Snow White got extremely fortunate when she got to know the seven dwarfs and made friends with them. They assist her in evading the wicked queen and then sing and dance with her in order to take her mind off the fact that she is in danger. Even after she passes away, they will keep her protected in the most beautiful glass coffin they can find until the prince arrives.

#9 Jiminy Cricket from “Pinocchio”

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#8 Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather in “Sleeping Beauty”

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The kind-hearted fairies offer to raise Aurora in a cottage in the woods so that she will be protected from harm. When the princess is cursed, they place the entire kingdom under the sleeping spell and help Prince Phillip defeat Maleficent.

#7 Meeko in “Pocahontas”

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#6 Timon and Pumbaa in “The Lion King”

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#5 Lottie in “The Princess and the Frog”

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#4 Tinkerbell in “Peter Pan”

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Although Tinkerbell was always jealous of Wendy which made her do some crazy things, we can’t deny her kindness. She has an unwavering commitment to Peter Pan and is one of the primary factors that contributes to his success in vanquishing Captain Hook.

#3 Sebastian in “The Little Mermaid”

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Because he is constantly looking out for Ariel’s best interests, Sebastian always seems to be in a bad mood. When the princess trades her voice for human legs, he encourages prince Eric to kiss her, ultimately helping her find true love.

#2 Olaf in “Frozen”

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On the night of the accident, when Elsa was furious and building an ice palace in the woods, she decided to make Olaf as a distraction for herself. He maintains a cheerful demeanor and is a source of hilarious jokes. Along the way, he assists Anna in locating her sister and manages to make her laugh. Later, he tells Anna, “Some people are worth melting for,” when she is worried about him sitting too close to the fire — which he was only doing to keep her warm and protect her from dying.

#1 Genie in “Aladdin”

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With the exception of the Genie, there aren’t very many Disney characters who are able to check off each and every box on the list. He is not only an amazing character but also has a big influence on Disney films more broadly. He is a wonderful companion who is both humorous and charitable. In order to save Aladin’s life, he is willing to disobey the rules.

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