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24th Nov '16 6:19:15 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Tamatoa from ''Disney/{{Moana}}''. Most of his appearance just has him singing his VillainSong, but that was all it took for his comical yet intimidating personality to make a lasting impact on the audience.
14th Sep '16 8:49:14 AM dmcreif
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** Oaken in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' gets maybe four minutes of screentime tops from a scene that merely exists to introduce Kristoff into the story, but his comical accent, mannerisms, and overall jovial personality make the scene all the more memorable.

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** Oaken in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', the owner of a trading post where Anna stops to buy a winter dress and boots for her trek. He gets maybe four minutes of screentime tops from a scene that merely primarily exists to introduce Kristoff into the story, Anna to Kristoff, but his comical accent, mannerisms, and overall jovial personality make the scene all the more memorable.


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* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'', we have Japeth, the senile old singing goat that Red Puckett runs into on her journey, and whose musical number "[[CrazyPrepared Be Prepared]]" is probably the best in the movie.
5th Aug '16 8:56:11 PM HamburgerTime
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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' has Monsieur D'Arque, the [[BedlamHouse corrupt asylum-keeper]] who is bribed by [[BigBad Gaston]] to commit Maurice. He's only in two scenes and has a handful of lines, but Creator/TonyJay gave such a memorable performance that it won his the role of BigBad Claude Frollo in ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. He also has a [[AdaptationExpansion larger role]] in the ScreenToStageAdaptation, including his own spotlight song and a [[CrazyAwesome fencing duel with Cogsworth the clock]] during the final battle.

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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' has Monsieur D'Arque, the [[BedlamHouse corrupt asylum-keeper]] who is bribed by [[BigBad Gaston]] to commit Maurice. He's only in two scenes and has a handful of lines, but Creator/TonyJay gave such a memorable performance that it won his him the role of BigBad Claude Frollo in ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. He also has a [[AdaptationExpansion larger role]] in the ScreenToStageAdaptation, including his own spotlight song and a [[CrazyAwesome fencing duel with Cogsworth the clock]] during the final battle.
5th Aug '16 8:55:42 PM HamburgerTime
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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' has Monsieur D'Arque, the [[BedlamHouse corrupt asylum-keeper]] who is bribed by [[BigBad Gaston]] to commit Maurice. He's only in two scenes and has a handful of lines, but Creator/TonyJay gave such a memorable performance that it won his the role of BigBad Claude Frollo in ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. He also has a [[AdaptationExpansion larger role]] in the ScreenToStageAdaptation, including his own spotlight song and a [[CrazyAwesome fencing duel with Cogsworth the clock]] during the final battle.
25th Jul '16 8:32:01 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon:
** Mrs. Jumbo from ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}''. Like her son, she actually remains silent throughout the entire film, only saying Dumbo's real name after he's been delivered to her by a stork, and unsurpringly, her voice actor is uncredited.

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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon:
** Mrs. Jumbo from ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}''. Like her son, she actually remains silent throughout the entire film, only saying Dumbo's real name after he's been delivered to her by a stork, and unsurpringly, her voice actor is uncredited.
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** Princess Aurora herself in ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''. She remains silent for most of the movie, with very little dialogue whatsoever, and the only time she ever opened her mouth completely is when she sang "I Wonder" and "Once Upon A Dream", respectively.



* The seagulls in ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' appear in two scenes with less than two minutes of screen time between them, yet a mere mention of them can still crack up most ''adults'' who saw the movie.

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* The seagulls in ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' appear in two scenes with less than two minutes of screen time between them, ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'', yet a mere mention of them can still crack up most ''adults'' who saw the movie.
6th Jul '16 11:37:35 PM RainbowPhoenix
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* The white wolf in ''WesternAnimation/Balto''. [[ContestedSequel Sequels aside]], nobody is totally sure if it's a real wolf, a spirit guide, or the manifestation of Balto's own wolf half, but its only appearance was one of the most powerful scenes in the film.

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* The white wolf in ''WesternAnimation/Balto''.''{{WesternAnimation/Balto}}''. [[ContestedSequel Sequels aside]], nobody is totally sure if it's a real wolf, a spirit guide, or the manifestation of Balto's own wolf half, but its only appearance was one of the most powerful scenes in the film.
6th Jul '16 11:37:05 PM RainbowPhoenix
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* The white wolf in ''WesternAnimation/Balto''. [[ContestedSequel Sequels aside]], nobody is totally sure if it's a real wolf, a spirit guide, or the manifestation of Balto's own wolf half, but its only appearance was one of the most powerful scenes in the film.
18th Jun '16 12:32:43 AM Doug86
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** Mama Odie appears only very briefly in ''ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', but ''man'' does she steal the show.

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** Mama Odie appears only very briefly in ''ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', but ''man'' does she steal the show.
17th Apr '16 4:16:32 PM nmn3r3
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** Oaken in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' gets maybe four minutes of screentime tops from a scene that merely exists to introduce Kristoff into the story, but his comical accent, mannerisms, and overall jovial personality make the scene all the more memorable.



* Oaken in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' gets maybe four minutes of screentime tops from a scene that merely exists to introduce Kristoff into the story, but his comical accent, mannerisms, and overall jovial personality make the scene all the more memorable.
12th Apr '16 10:23:38 PM liamh
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** Pretty much half the cast of ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', as Nick and Judy get the most screen time while many of the other characters (especially Flash and even moreso Finnick, who only has 3 lines) are only given a couple scenes. That being said, despite barely being in the movie itself, the entire teaser trailer of the movie centered around Flash while Finnick, despite only having a few lines and scenes, has tons of fan art and fan fiction about him and was even popular enough in China to inspire kids to want to get a fennec fox of their own!



** Pretty much half the cast of ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', as Nick and Judy get the most screen time while many of the other characters (especially Flash and even moreso Finnick, who only has 3 lines) are only given a couple scenes. That being said, despite barely being in the movie itself, the entire teaser trailer of the movie centered around Flash while Finnick, despite only having a few lines and scenes, has tons of fan art and fan fiction about him and was even popular enough in China to inspire kids to want to get a fennec fox of their own!
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