Many people look at The Little Mermaid as sparking a new golden age of Disney films. For the most part, they are right. The Little Mermaid did bring back Walt Disney Animation to the forefront. But today, I want to talk about the movies which preceded The Little Mermaid. There are five very good movies sandwiched between the 1977 release of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and the 1989 release of The Little Mermaid.
Sidekicks come in all shapes and sizes. They could be that trusted friend who is with you through thick and thin. They could be someone who guides you through a difficult journey. You name the situation and Disney as probably created a sidekick to help the main character. Today, I’m going to briefly mention my top five Disney sidekicks. Let me know who you think your top Disney sidekicks are:
Walt Disney World and Disneyland have lots of character meet-and-greets. Many of them are permanent meet-and-greets with their own themeing, some are temporary or semi-permanent locations, while some are part of a “character-palooza.” A character-palooza is a meet-and-greet which only occurs once per day, if at all, and feature some of the lesser-seen Disney characters. But even still there are some characters who never seen in a Disney parks. Here’s my list of some characters that I would like to meet on a Walt Disney World on Disneyland vacation.