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Who is the most unknown/ unappreciated Disney character?

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 Who is the most unknown/ unappreciated Disney character?
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SimbasPrideFan said:
Formerly: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Currently:
Julius the cat, Kiara, Kovu, Zira, Nuka, Vitani, Dixie, Cash, Mary (Mouse from Cinderella),Duchess, Thomas O' Mally, Berlious, Toulouse,Melody,

and there's so many more.
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Wow! What a list!
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darange said:
this guy was never put in the films but he is unheard of.
the lost loin cub:
At one point in the development of ‘The Lion King,’ Nala had a younger brother named Mheetu of Mee-Too, a faux-African play on the phrase “me too.” His name suggests a desire to tag along with the two older cubs and their other friend, a bat-eared fox. After Scar’s coup, Nala would’ve been tasked with protecting her brother from Scar’s wrath.

The development of characters like Timon and Pumbaa rendered a seconde group of vrienden for Simba unnecessary. Additionally, keeping up with several characters still stuck in the Pride Lands would’ve been too much time away from Simba and, according to the film’s co-writer Linda Woolverton, too dark after Mufasa’s death.
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 this guy was never put in the films but he is unheard of. the lost loin cub: At one point in the development of ‘The Lion King,’ Nala had a younger brother named Mheetu of Mee-Too, a faux-African play on the phrase “me too.” His name suggests a desire to tag along with the two older cubs and their other friend, a bat-eared fox. After Scar’s coup, Nala would’ve been tasked with protecting her brother from Scar’s wrath. The development of characters like Timon and Pumbaa rendered a seconde group of vrienden for Simba unnecessary. Additionally, keeping up with several characters still stuck in the Pride Lands would’ve been too much time away from Simba and, according to the film’s co-writer Linda Woolverton, too dark after Mufasa’s death.
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dreamcatcher321 said:
need i say more?
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 need i say more?
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Cool Black Cauldron!!! XD
tears-to-t posted een jaar geleden
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i know! fav childhood movie <3
dreamcatcher321 posted een jaar geleden
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oh my days yh!!
AlphaAmy posted een jaar geleden
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I dont know, Eilonwy is pretty liked online.
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