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30 Day Disney Challenge

30 Days of Disney

Since becoming a mum I have had no choice but to get closely reacquainted with Disney - Marianna can sit and watch Cinderella four times in a row and still want it on again!

#01. Favourite Villain

Cruella de Vil. She has the coolest song and was played by Meryl Streep in the live action version. What's not to love?

Cruella de Vil


#02. Favourite Princess

Snow White. The original and best!

Snow White


#03. Favourite Prince

Arthur Pendragon from The Sword in the Stone. He's way more interesting than your average Disney prince!

Arthur Pendragon


#04. Favourite Animal Character

Tramp from Lady and the Tramp.

Lady and the Tramp


#05. Favourite Couple

Bert and Mary in Mary Poppins.

Mary Poppins


#06. Favourite Song Sung by a Villain

Friends on the Other Side from The Princess and the Frog.



#07. Favourite Song Sung by a Princess

Colours of the Wind. ♥



#08. Favourite Duet

A Whole New World from Aladdin. I'm unoriginal.



#09. Favourite Song Overall

I'll Make A Man Out Of You from Mulan.



#10. Most Catchy Song

That's How You Know from Enchanted.



#11. Film You Think Should Have A Sequel

Brave. They could do more with that setting, I think.

Brave


#12. Most Memorable Scene

I Wanna Be Like You from The Jungle Book.



#13. Favourite Disney Pixar Movie

Toy Story!

Toy Story


#14. Scariest Film

Alice in Wonderland. That scene with the walrus and all the little oysters he lured away from their mother used to scare me as a kid!

Alice in Wonderland


#15. Favourite Heroine

Pollyanna. Glad game, and all!

Pollyanna


#16. Most Underrated Film

Piglet's Big Movie. It has a really lovely soundtrack!



#17. Most Overrated Film

Frozen. I was really disappointed by it.



#18. Favourite Hero

Hercules.



#19. Favourite Sequel

Finding Dory.

Finding Dory


#20. Best Animation

Eyvind Earle's background art for Sleeping Beauty is out of this world.

Sleeping Beauty


#21. Favourite Kiss

Ariel and Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid.

The Little Mermaid


#22. Favourite Non-Animal Sidekick

LeFou from Beauty and the Beast. The Gaston song is the best thing about that film. (Both versions!)



#23. Favourite Animal Sidekick

The one and only Heihei from Moana.

Heihei


#24. Favourite Theme Park

I've never been to any of them. *sniff*



#25. Favourite Castle

Cinderella's Castle, of course.

Cinderella's Castle


#26. Best Parents

Thumper's mum and dad in Bambi, especially the unseen Father Rabbit who spends his days imparting wisdom on eating greens and saying nice things. I bet he has hundreds more - one for each kid! :D



#27. Saddest Moment

That montage of Carl and Ellie's life together at the beginning of Up. I cried like a baby.

Up


#28. Favourite Outfit

The stepmother's wardrobe in the new Cinderella film is amazing.

Cinderella


#29. Best Friends

Hayley Mills and, er, Hayley Mills in The Parent Trap.

The Parent Trap


#30. Favourite Happy Ending

Brutus becoming a permanent part of the family in The Ugly Dachshund.

The Ugly Dachshund



30 Days of Disney Blogging Challenge

#01 - Favourite Villain
#02 - Favourite Princess
#03 - Favourite Prince
#04 - Favourite Animal Character
#05 - Favourite Couple
#06 - Favourite Song Sung by a Villain
#07 - Favourite Song Sung by a Princess
#08 - Favourite Duet
#09 - Favourite Song Overall
#10 - Most Catchy Song
#11 - Film You Think Should Have A Sequel
#12 - Most Memorable Scene
#13 - Favourite Disney Pixar Movie
#14 - Scariest Film
#15 - Favourite Heroine
#16 - Most Underrated Film
#17 - Most Overrated Film
#18 - Favourite Hero
#19 - Favourite Sequel
#20 - Best Animation
#21 - Favourite Kiss
#22 - Favourite Non-Animal Sidekick
#23 - Favourite Animal Sidekick
#24 - Favourite Theme Park
#25 - Favourite Castle
#26 - Best Parents
#27 - Saddest Moment
#28 - Favourite Outfit
#29 - Best Friends
#30 - Favourite Happy Ending






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