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Welcome to my Sandbox. This is just a place for me to practice using aspects of TV Tropes, see what my work looks like in the viewing format, to write things Just For Fun, to write and edit potential character profiles for the Trope Pantheons.

Pantheon Profiles

Potential Profiles: The Queen of Hearts (Off with His Head!, God Save Us from the Queen!); Captain George Mainwaring (Home Guard, British Stuffiness); Private Frank Pike (Momma's Boy); The Scarecrow (Ragdoll Physics); Tin Woodman (Tin Man); Cowardly Lion (Cowardly Lion).


    Five Nights at Pinkie's 

Pinkie Pie

Mascot and host of Pinkie Pie's Party Parlour. The original mascot of My Little Pony Pizza Place, Pinkie is the central character of the animatronic show, lead singer, and "the best party pony in Equestria". Friendly to everyone, but if you harm a child or happen to be the night guard, she will make sure to punish the "bad ponies".
  • Artificial Brilliance: More clever than she appears, Pinkie can work out a nightguard’s strategy to keep out her friends, and then crush it with timing and teamwork.
  • The Atoner: Wants to punish the “bad ponies” after six children were murdered after hours by a former nightguard, and she believes all night guards are evil and alike. She was unable to save the children and now murders the nightguards til justice is done.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Analyses the tactics that nightguards use against her fellow animatronics and will counter them in order to outwit the guard and get into the office. She is very observant of guests, particularly adults who may pose a threat to the children.
  • Ax-Crazy: Very determined to spill blood every night, and even more so when her “Pinkamena” side is in control.
  • Berserk Button: Never harm kids, or break a Pinkie Promise.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Comes off as a carefree, jovial party animal, always happy and smiling, adores kids, and making people smile. But she is also unforgiving and distrustful towards most adults, particularly the night guards, referring to them as “bad ponies”.
  • Big Eater: Part of her character is that she loves eating cake and candy, eating a huge birthday cake whole in posters for the restaurant.
  • Broken Bird: Her failure to save the murdered children has turned her into this, and she wishes to protect all children by punishing the night guards and stuffing them into spare animatronic suits. Hides her sadness under her cheery disposition.
  • By the Lights of Their Eyes: Hides herself from the cameras, but her illuminated eyes and grin can be seen in the dark.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Completely nuts and she knows it.
  • Creepy Blue Eyes: And she likes to use them for staring and intimidation.
  • Cute and Psycho: Very adorable on the surface, but at night she is out for blood and justice. She maintains her upbeat attitude even when shoving night guards into animatronic suits. She hides her “Pinkamena” personality, a moody, psychotic monster who giggles hysterically as she stalks her prey.
  • Dissonan Laughter: Lets out creepy giggles at night.
  • Exorcist Head: Able to turn her head a full 360 degrees.
  • For Happiness: Her mission in life is to see others happy, particularly children visiting the restaurant.
  • Friend to All Children: Very kind and chummy around children, as well as overprotective, but with good reason.
  • The Heavy: The most dangerous and unpredictable of the animatronics.
  • Implacable Man: Nothing will stop her from getting to the “bad ponies”, even going into the basement to shut down the power and get rid of those pesky doors. Also pretty good at surviving what should be crippling injuries.
  • Kid-Appeal Character: Designed to be a friendly, warm, loving character to children. It works well, but any adults who look suspicious, she will just stare if they do anything mean towards the kids.
  • Kubrick Stare: Does this towards any adults she finds suspicious, and will stare hauntingly through the security guards.
  • Life of the Party: Described as the best party pony in all of Equestria.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a black top hat decorated with a light blue ribbon.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: One way for her to get into the security office.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Always seen with a smile, even when coming to shove the nightguard into an animatronic suit.
  • Sad Clown: Hides her depression and guilt under her happy, hyper self and always cracks jokes to maintain her upbeat attitude as a defence mechanism.
  • Serious Business: When it comes to partying, Pinkie takes it very serious and goes to great lengths to ensure that guests have a good time. Guarding children is also a major priority for her and the other animatronics.
  • Stalker Without A Crush: Stalks the bad ponies, aka, the nightguards with the intention on shoving them into animatronic suits as revenge. And she always treats it like a game.
  • Stepford Smiler: Always smiling and seemingly happy, but it is to hide her guilt and lustful desire for blood.

Rainbow Dash

A blue pegasus with multicoloured hair, Rainbow Dash is the most popular animatronic in the restaurant and acts as a guitarist in the character show. She is an “awesome” pony and a big fan of the Wonderbolts. Her body contains prototype technology that was meant to create an animatronic capable of flight but it failed, so the wings are for display.
  • The Ace: Best flyer in Ponyville, even though the animatronic can’t actually fly.
  • Action Girl: Usually the first to make a move against the nightguards.
  • Adorkable: Becomes very exciting and nerdy whenever the Wonderbolts are mentioned.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: She unconsciously scans everything she sees or hears and remembers every detail. Rainbow uses this ability to the advantage of the animatronics and co-ordinates the others to strike at the right time.
  • Berserk Button: Don’t hurt her friends or any children around her.
  • Body Horror: Meant to be scrapped during the move to the second restaurant, Rainbow as instead used for spare parts, losing her wings and the top half of her face to the second generation of animatronics.
  • Book Worm: A hidden side to her character where she will read stories to children about Daring Do.
  • Bully Hunter: Views the nightguards as this and will not stop til they are caught.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Can do this at times, once she’s got over her usual “charge in and try to surprise the nightguard” routine, working with the other animatronics to distract or gang up on the nightguard.
  • Determinator: Never gives up or backs down from something once she has her mind set on it.
  • Friend to All Children: Like the other animatronics, she loves children and is protective of them.
  • Hates Being Touched: Very touchy about people going near her wings.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Her method of trying to get into the nightguard’s office, trying to move fast enough to beat out the office doors.
  • Let Me at Him!: Her reaction when something threatens the children or her friends, and always the first to leap into action to capture the nightguards.
  • Multicolored Hair: But, of course.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: The basis of her personality.
  • The Power of Rock: Plays an electric guitar in the character show.
  • The Prankster: Enjoys pulling pranks on others with Pinkie Pie.
  • Razor Wings: Removes the plastic tips of her wings to turn them into deadly blades.
  • Spirited Competitor: Loves competing, from racing, to cake eating, and who can get into the office the quickest.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Never backs down and keeps on coming for the nightguards.
  • Super Speed: Very fast on her feet, since her wings are only for display, but uses them to gain speed by flapping them.
  • Undying Loyalty: To her friends, particularly Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy.
  • Wings Do Nothing: Subverted. Rainbow Dash’s body was designed with technology to make her the first animatronic capable of flight. Unfortunately, the tech didn’t work, repeated flight tests failed, and due to health and safety, she remained as a normal animatronic. When asked to fly, she gives a pre-programmed response to decline, being so “awesome” that she doesn’t need to. Rainbow uses her wings as speed boosters, using them to move faster on foot.


A pegasus that wears a bib reading "Let's Eat!" A shy, quiet but very kind and sweet character, who acts as a backup singer for the show, and is gentle around children and animals.
  • Acrophobic Bird: Afraid of flying, explaining why she never flies when children ask her to, though it is also because her wings are for display only.
  • Adorkable: Mention animals and she will go into an adorable period of excited high-pitched squeaks.
  • Apologizes a Lot: Apologises for just about everything, including when a nightguard is about to die.
  • Badass Adorable: Absolutely adorable, and won’t need to resort to violence to capture a nightguard, using her innocent and cute demeanour as a lure.
  • The Beastmaster: A master animal carer. Although her animal companions are all just animatronics, actual dogs have interacted with her without incident.
  • Berserk Button: Loathes anyone who harms children, animals, her friends, or anything innocent in general. Hates bullies and can be very scary if enraged. Beware the Nice Ones indeed.
  • Body Horror: Damaged by the time she is moved to the second restaurant and put into storage with a broken, loose bottom jaw, and her head nearly hangs off her head.
  • Chewing the Scenery: “YOU’RE GOING TO LOVE ME!”
  • Cowardly Lion: Dislikes harming others, is a bit of a pushover, and very weak-willed, but mess with her friends and you shall face her wrath.
  • Cute and Psycho: Like every other animatronic, she has a bit of a nutty side, going crazy if someone she loves is harmed, or if animals or children don’t end up bonding with her. Also developing what might be a split personality defining her sweet side and her angry side.
  • The Cutie: Very popular amongst both children and adults for her cute appearance and sweet personality.
  • Death Glare: A method of taming rowdy animals, Fluttershy will actually use this when being observed through the cameras.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Loves everyone, and always shows common courtesy to everyone.
  • Gollum Made Me Do It: Her angry, confident side seems to be developing into a new personality, which she is referring to as “New Fluttershy” and her normal side as “Old Fluttershy”.
  • Mama Bear: To her animal friends.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Her usual reaction when she plays a part in killing a nightguard.
  • Performance Anxiety: Requires a cheer from the guests to begin her song performance as part of the animatronic show.
  • The Quiet One: Doesn’t talk much beyond quite whispers.
  • Shrinking Violet: Her personality portrays her as a quiet, shy character with little self-confidence.
  • This Means War!: Not even the office doors will stop her from getting to the nightguard should any of her friends be harmed.
  • Wings Do Nothing: Her wings are for display only.


Host of the Apple Farm Stageshow, Applejack is a country pony who speaks with a southern accent. Her bucking mechanism was considered dangerous by concerned parents, so she was bolted to the floor. Applejack broke loose and accidentally hurt a child, an incident called the "Buck of '87". She was put in storage as a result.
  • American Accents: Speaks with a distinctive Tennessee drawl.
  • Bad Liar: Brutally honest, Applejack never lies and when she does, she is terrible at it.
  • Badass Normal: Physically strong, has powerful legs, and can complete any task through determination and sheer will.
  • Big Eater: As implied since she runs an apple farm.
  • Broken Ace: Used to be very popular in the restaurant with children, but her bucking mechanism was considered a liability by the management, so she was bolted to the floor. That wasn’t enough to stop her, and she broke free from the restraints and accidentally bucked a child so hard it damaged their frontal lobe. Applejack was put into storage as a result, with partially damaged rear legs.
  • Brutal Honesty: Her defining trait.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Consumed by this, wishing to make amends for the Buck of ’87 by saving the nightguards, knowing they are innocent but often ends up doing more harm than good.
  • The Clan: A member of the large Apple family, though only an animatronic of Applejack was built.
  • Companion Cube: Her cowboy hat.
  • Country Cousin: Distantly related to Pinkie Pie according to the Apple family tree seen in the Apple Farm Stageshow.
  • Country Music: The Apple Farm Stageshow used to play country music.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Rainbow Dash.
  • Kick Chick: Able to dent the office doors, knock over a fully grown adult, and unfortunately, permanently hospitalise a child.
  • Never Bareheaded: Wears her cowboy hat at all times.
  • Ramming Always Works: Will try to ram the doors open if they are closed on her.
  • The Reliable One: Meant to be this, but the Buck of ’87 let her to being put in storage and considered dangerous. At night, she usually avoids killing the nightguards but will attempt to intervene.
  • Stepford Smiler: Seen smiling when inactive, but beyond that she is visible guilt-stricken over her actions.
  • Stubborn Mule: Similar to Rainbow Dash, once Applejack makes a decision, she won’t back down from it and is as stubborn as they come.

Twilight Sparkle

A unicorn designed to act as a welcoming host in the diner's foyer to give basic customer information to guests. Has the personality of a brainy but awkward bookworm. Put into storage when she started glitching and developing sentience. Later reinstated for the second diner as an alicorn.
  • Adorkable: Becomes excited, in a dorky, awkward kind of way.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Whether or not she is actually haunted by a dead child, or her AI is simply evolving through glitches, Twilight Sparkle is becoming more and more self-aware and sentient, starting to express emotions outside her programmed personality.
  • Badass Bookworm: Very intelligence and has countless amounts of knowledge from her time reading books. Also apparently read the instruction manuals on how to override the office’s doors and security cameras.
  • Break the Cutie: Witnessed the murders of the six children first hand. She is convinced the nightguards are the same person and strives to make examples of them.
  • Cool Crown: Gains a tiara with her alicorn upgrade.
  • Failed a Spot Check: Believes it is her fault for the child murders, since she never had info to give on speaking to strangers or going into the staff areas of the diner.
  • Friendless Background: She was more interested in books than friends til she was recruited by Pinkie to join her diner.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Her glowing white eyes when she enters the office.
  • Grumpy Bear: Can be cynical and no-nonsense and grouchy at times.
  • Haunted Technology: While the other animatronics are developing their own personalities, usually driven by vengeance or justice, Twilight has a more supernatural element to her, materialising out of thin air to kill the nightguard at any time, and even when her exoskeleton was removed after being put in storage, her costume remained active.
  • Heroic BSoD: When the children were murdered, causing her AI to malfunction and developing a Guilt Complex.
  • Intelligence = Isolation: Very smart due to her advanced AI but remains isolated in both diners, despite wanting to be in the company of the other animatronics.
  • Lovable Nerd: An avid learner, socially awkward, and very adorable.
  • Magic Librarian: The basis of her character.
  • Modest Royalty: Revised as a princess and an alicorn on a “royal visit” to the diner, though she is rather humble and relaxed about her new status, if a little frazzled.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: More rather what she didn’t do, namely stop the child murders.
  • Nervous Wreck: If her neurosis reaches its peak, she becomes this.
  • No Social Skills: Has issues interacting with guests since she is caught between her pre-programmed interactions and developing AI.
  • Only Sane Man: The voice of reason amongst the animatronics, though it won’t stop her from attacking the nightguards herself.
  • Schedule Fanatic: Lists of schedules have been found around her when she was moved to the second restaurant, seemingly organizing for when she has photo ops with guests.
  • Slasher Smile: Comes with one when she gets into the office.
  • Super OCD: Makes checklists for everything, nuts about organization, sorts out the back room to perfection, and will lay out the animatronic suits for their future owners.
  • Teleport Spam: Her usual method of travel, able to appear right in the office on a whim.
  • Wings Do Nothing: Her alicorn upgrade comes with a pair of wings for display.


A fashionable unicorn who serves as host in the Game Area, giving out prizes. She and Spike were the only animatronics moved to the cousin restaurant for further use, hosting the Prize Corner. However, an incident at a birthday party set Rarity on fire, burning her paint black and melting her face, forcing the management to give her a new face resembling that of a porcelain doll.
  • Action Fashionista: Very ladylike but willing to get into a fight.
  • Attention Whore: Likes to be in the spotlight, and loves others admiring her creations and her beauty. Her role as host of the Game Area limits the attention she gets, and it is made even worse after her face was melted.
  • Beauty = Goodness: She’s beautiful as she is generous. Though she does murder nightguards so her goodness varies.
  • Berserk Button: Hates looking dishevelled or scruffy, and never harm Spike in her presence.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Has pitch black eyes with her second face.
  • Break the Cutie: Keeps her emotions in check even after the child murders, mostly for the other animatronics, but when she is set on fire, loses her face, and it is replaced with a disturbing puppet-like mask, then she snaps, and targets the nightguards without mercy.
  • Drama Queen: Pretty melodramatic if she finds a hair out of place.
  • Doing It for the Art: Why she is a fashion designer, taking great pleasure, pride, and effort in what she makes, from dresses to the prizes she rewards children.
  • The Empath: Her kind, generous mind allows her to perfectly read a person’s emotions, and always willing to have them. Struggles to bury this part of her when tormenting the nightguards so she won’t feel guilty for murdering them, and then hides herself away to cope with her shame.
  • Facial Horror: After being moved to the second restaurant, Rarity continued her role in the new Prize Corner. However, during a birthday party, a gas leak and a candle lighter led to Rarity’s head being set on fire. Though the staff put her out, the damage was done. Her mane, face and horn had been charred black and melted. Two months later, her face was restored but with a new creepy mask for a face resembling that of a porcelain doll or a puppet. She ended up scaring children with her new look, and was placed in an oversized gift box to leap out when someone won a game and then retract like a jack in the box.
  • The Fashionista: Never seen gushing over magazines or goes shopping, and is a skilled, determined fashion designer who loves being in her element. Since she is an animatronic, she can’t physically design dresses, but likes to believe she can, so instead she draws dresses and puts them on the walls of the Game Area.
  • Gem-Encrusted: Her preferred traditions for designing dresses.
  • Good Feels Good: Rarity becomes truly happy when she can help another person.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Has a purple mane and tail.
  • Greater Need Than Mine: Her finest quality is her generous. Strives to give prizes to all children even if they lose games.
  • Heroic BSoD: Has one after the child murders though she kept it hidden, and a second one when her face was set on fire and replaced.
  • Monster Clown: Looks like one after getting her new face.
  • Morality Pet: For Spike, while Fluttershy is hers.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Has a bit of a vane, greedy side and can be petty and self-centered.
  • Neat Freak: Obsessed with cleanliness, and has the most clean place in the whole restaurant.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Definitely gains this after she is burnt, melted, and given a puppet mask for a new face.
  • The Perfectionist: Strives to be perfect in everything she does.
  • Proper Lady: Elegant, refined, and always polite unless someone is rude to her.
  • Stepford Smiler: Hides her sorrow under her kindly demeanour, but becomes a literal one when she gains her puppet mask for a face.


A purple and green baby dragon who is a balloon vendor in the Game Area. He has a crush on Rarity, and the longest-serving animatronic without being put in storage, redesigned, or scrapped.
  • Berserk Button: Never harm Twilight or Rarity.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Loyal to his friends, but he can be obnoxious and childish.
  • Creepy Child: Never blinks, just stares, and constantly giggles when he gets into the office.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Given a strong dry wit in the second restaurant to accompany Twilight at photo ops.
  • Determinator: Tries to win Rarity’s heart, believing trapping the nightguard is the best option to accomplish this.
  • Dissonant Laughter: Giggles constantly, treating the guard’s misfortune and helplessness like it is part of a game.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: To Rarity, who he loves and constantly tries to win her heart.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Claims to eat gems, but posters show he can eat cake and sweets two. Has sharp jaws which he has tried to use to chew through the office doors.
  • Heavy Sleeper: Being a dragon, he sleeps heavily, emitting snoring noises when inactive.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: A dedicated guy, Spike is the most unanticipated animatronic, evading the cameras, and sneaking his way into the office to disable the office systems so the others can get in.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Really should learn to keep his mouth shut.
  • Precocious Crush: Adores Rarity.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Mostly harmless, but if he gets into the guard room and disables the flashlight, he’ll summon the other animatronics to do their work.
  • Shoulder-Sized Dragon: Shortest of the animatronics.
  • Support Party Member: Acts as a pilot fish and lure for the others if he can get into the office and disable the flashlight.
  • Undying Loyalty: To his friends, particularly Twilight and Rarity.

    Disney Legends 
The Disney Legends Awards is a hall of fame that honours some of the greatest contributors to Disney. Established in 1987, honourees were given the award for their various achievements in relation to the company. Honourees include animators, Imagineers, filmmakers, actors of stage, screen, and voicework, composers, administrators, merchandise designers, etc. The ceremonies were annual until 2009 when they began occuring every two years during the D23 Expo.

1987 - 1989

  • Fred McMurray - Actor in Double Indemnity.
  • Norman "Stormy" Palmer - Film editor.
  • Virginia Davis - Child actress from Walt Disney's Alice Comedies.
  • Ub Iwerks - Created Mickey Mouse and Disney's original animator.
  • All members of Disney's Nine Old Men - Definied Disney-style animation and created many of Disney's animated features up til the 1980s.


  • Roger Broggie - The original Imagineer.
  • Joe Fowler - Oversaw Disneyland's construction.
  • John Hench - Animator, special effects designer, designed many Disneyland elements and attractions.
  • Richard Irvine - Art director who helped design and build Disneyland.
  • Herb Ryman - Talented concept artist who created the first designs and layouts for Disneyland. Also worked as animator and art director. He developed designs for the other Disney Parks til his death in 1989.
  • The Sherman Brothers - Renowned composers, Richard and Robert Sherman wrote many popular songs for films and theme park attractions.


  • Ken Anderson - Animator and art director of Snow White, and a designer for Disneyland and Epcot.
  • Julie Andrews - Made her film debut as the titular character in Mary Poppins.
  • Carl Barks - Writer and artist, creator of Scrooge McDuck and many characters from the Donald Duck comics.
  • Mary Blair - Arist whose unique style was a major contributor to Alice in Wonderland and It's A Small World.
  • Claude Coats - A background painter who worked on many early Disney features. Became an Imagineer and attraction designer.
  • Don DaGradi - Screenwriter of Mary Poppins and other films.
  • Sterling Holloway - Voice actor who portrayed the Cheshire Cat, Pooh, and Kaa.
  • Fess Parker - Played Davy Crockett on television.
  • Bill Walsh - Film producer.


  • Jimmie Dodd - Host of The Mickey Mouse Club.
  • Bill Evans - A horticulturist who landscaped Disneyland. Known for his Fantastic Flora.
  • Annette Funicello - Mouseketeer and long-serving television actress.
  • Joe Grant - One of the longest-serving animators and story artists on-and-off. Contributed to early films like Snow White and Pinocchio. He left in 1949 to pursue his own career, and in 1989, he was invited back to help during the Disney Renaissance. He worked there til he was 96.
  • Jack Hannah - Directed sixty-five animated shorts.
  • Winston Hibler - Narrator of the True Life Adventures films.
  • Ken O'Connor - Layout artist and art director.
  • Roy Williams - Played Big Roy on The Mickey Mouse Club.


  • Pinto Colvig - Early voice actor for Goofy and two of the seven dwarves.
  • Buddy Ebsen - Actor in The Beverly Hillbillies and Davy Crockett.
  • Pete Ellenshaw - A matte artist and special effects designer.
  • Blaine Gibson - Key sculptor and modelmaker at Disneyland.
  • Harper Goff - Art designer of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
  • Irving Ludwing - Sales administrator.
  • Jimmy Macdonald - Voiced Mickey Mouse, created many sound effects.
  • Clarence Nash - Original voice actor for Donald Duck.
  • Donn Tatum - Disney company executive, co-led the company after Walt's death.
  • Card Walker - Disney company executive, co-led the company after Walt's death.


  • Adriana Caselotti - Voice actress for Snow White.
  • Bill Cottrell - First President of Walt Disney Imagineering.
  • Marvin Davis - Designed the master layout for Disneyland and designed other attractions.
  • Van Arsdale France - Founded the Disney University training centre for cast members.
  • David Hand - Animator of many shorts but also Snow White and Flowers & Trees.
  • Jack Lindquist - Disneyland's first advertising manager, had roles in every aspect of the park's development, became President of Disneyland.
  • Bill Martin - Designed a number attractions for Disneyland.
  • Paul Smith - Musical composer for over seventy shorts.
  • Frank Wells - Company President from 1984-1994. Awarded posthumously after dying in a helicopter accident.


  • Wally Boag - Disneyland actor who performed in the Golden Horseshoe Revue.
  • Fulton Burley - Disneyland actor who performed in the Golden Horseshoe Revue.
  • Betty Taylor - Disneyland actress performed in the Golden Horseshoe Revue.
  • Dean Jones - Was in many live-action films during the 1960s and 1970s like The Love Bug.
  • Angela Lansbury - Actress for Mrs. Potts and Eglantine Price.
  • Edward Meck - Publicist for Disneyland attractions.
  • Fred Moore - Animator of Snow White and updated Mickey Mouse to his more modern look.
  • Thurl Ravenscroft - Best known as the voice of Tony the Tiger, but Disney-wise he provided his voice for several films and Disneyland attractions, most notably singing the theme songs for Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion.
  • Wathel Rogers - Co-created the audio-animatronics with Roger Broggie.


  • Bob Allen - Numerous executive roles in Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
  • Rex Allen - Actor who starred in over forty Disney westerns and voice actor for the Carousel of Progress.
  • X. Atencio - Former animator-turned-Imagineer, lyricist for Disneyland attractions.
  • Betty Lou Gerson - Voice actress of Cruella De Vil.
  • Bill Justice - Animator and animatronic programmer.
  • Bob Matheison - Had many technical-related roles at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
  • Sam McKim - Disneyland souvenir map creator.
  • Bob Moore - Animator and artist. Animated training videos in World War II, was a creative marketing director, and signed many Walt Disney autographs.
  • Bill Peet - Animator and children's author.
  • Joe Potter - Former US Army Major General and logistical planner who helped in the early design work for Walt Disney World.


The ceremony was held in Disneyland Paris for its fifth anniversary and all inductees were European.
  • Lucian Ades - Pioneer of Disney's read along media.
  • Angel Angelopoulos - Publisher of Mickey Mouse Weekly.
  • Antonio Bertini - Expanded Disney's profits in Italy as President of Walt Disney Creations.
  • Armand Bigle - Brought Disney merchandise to European countries.
  • Poul Brahe Pederson - Publisher of the Donald Duck magazine.
  • Gaudenzio Capelli - Expanded Disney publication in Italy.
  • Roberto de Leonardis - Dubbed films for foreign audiences.
  • Cyril Edgar - Booked countless film distribution deals.
  • Wally Feignoux - Distributed Disney films in France.
  • Didier Fourget - Published books in France.
  • Mario Gentilini - Director of Topolino magazine. ("Topolino" is Mickey Mouse's Italian name).
  • Cyril James - Head of the British film division.
  • Horst Koblischek - Inventor of Sport Goofy products.
  • Gunnar Mansson - Representative of Nordic countries.
  • Arnoldo Mondadori - Publisher of Topolino.
  • Armand Palivoda - Distributed films in Switzerland.
  • Andre Vanneste - Ran the distribution company Screpta Brussels.
  • Paul Winkler - Published Mickey Mouse comics in France.


  • Roy E. Disney - Walt's nephew, Roy Sr.'s son, played a major administrative role post-the Disney Brothers' deaths. Resigned twice to ignite corporate shakeups to save the company from its repeated Dork Age. Also a director and producer.
  • James Algar - Animator, director of Fantasia and numerous True Life Adventures films.
  • Buddy Baker - Composed numerous films including The Fox and the Hound and for Disneyland attractions.
  • Kathryn Beaumont - Voice actress for Alice and Wendy Darling.
  • Don Escen - Company treasurer.
  • Wilfred Jackson - Animator and composer for Mickey Mouse shorts and Fantasia.
  • Glynis Johns - Played Winifred Banks in Mary Poppins.
  • Kay Kamen - Manufactured character merchandise.
  • Paul Kenworthy - Directed several True Life Adventures films.
  • Larry Lansburgh - Stuntman turned director and producer.
  • Hayley Mills - Popular child actress who starred in The Parent Trap amongst other films.
  • Al and Elma Mioltte - Filmmaking couple who directed True Life Adventures films.
  • Lloyd Richardson - Film editor.
  • Kurt Russell - Actor who played Dexter Riley in The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, Now You See Him, Now You Don't, and The Strongest Man in the World.
  • Ben Sharpsteen - Animator on ninety-seven Mickey Mouse shorts.
  • Creator/Bill Tytla - One of Disney's original animators and considered one of the best character animators of the golden age.
  • Dick Van Dyke - Actor and comedian, played Bert in Mary Poppins.
  • Masamoto Takahasi - Chairman of the Oriental Land Company, created Tokyo Disneyland.
  • Matsuo Yokoyama - President of Japan's Walt Disney Enterprises, brought Disney merchandise to Japan.


  • Tim Allen - Star of Home Improvement and voice actor of Buzz Lightyear.
  • Mary Costa - Voice actress for Princess Aurora.
  • Norm Ferguson - Animator of films and shorts.
  • Bill Garity - Developed the Cinephone sound system.
  • Yale Gracey - Master of special effects.
  • Al Konetzi - Character merchandise designer.
  • Hamilton Luske - Designed and animated Snow White.
  • Dick Nunis - Developed operation procedures for the theme park attractions.
  • Charlie Ridgway - Journalist and publicist.


  • Grace Bailey - Animator, inker, and colourist.
  • Harriet Burns - Imagineer at Disneyland.
  • Joyce Carlson - Designer of It's A Small World.
  • Ron Dominquez - Lived in Orange County, Anaheim, and had numerous jobs at Disneyland after it was built.
  • Cliff Edwards - Singer and voice actor of Jiminy Cricket.
  • Becky Fallberg - Animator and artist.
  • Dick Jones - Voice actor of Pinocchio.
  • Dodie Roberts - Supervisor of the studio paint lab.
  • Retta Scott - The first female animator for the company.
  • Ruth Thompson - Supervisor of the scene planning department.




  • Tutti Camarata - Co-founded Walt Disney Records.
  • Orlando Ferrante - Vice President of Walt Disney Imagineering Engineering.
  • Richard Fleischer - Director of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
  • Floyd Gottfredson - Drew the Mickey Mouse daily comic strip.
  • Harrison "Buzz" Price - The Obi-Wan of Disney.
  • Alfred Taliaferro - Creator of Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
  • Buddy Hackett - Comedian and actor in The Love Bug and The Little Mermaid.
  • Ilene Woods - Voice actress for Cinderella.


  • Bill Anderson - Prolific film and television producer.
  • Neil Beckett - Consumer representative for New Zealand.
  • Tim Conway - Film actor and comedian.
  • Rolly Crump - Imagineer, attraction designer, and prop maker.
  • Alice Davis - Marc Davis' wife, Disneyland costume designer.
  • Karen Dotrice - Actress of Jane Banks.
  • Matthew Garber - Actor of Michael Banks.
  • Leonard Goldenson - Founded ABC.
  • Bob Gurr - Gadgeteer Genius who invented many Disneyland attraction vehicles.
  • Ralph Kent - Marketing production artist.
  • Irwin Kostal - Composer of Mary Poppins.
  • Mel Shaw - Animator for Fantasia, Bambi, and The Wind in the Willows.


  • Chuck Abbott - Disneyland park operator.
  • Milt Albright - Manager of the short-lived Holidayland.
  • Hideo Amemiya - Creator of Tokyo Disneyland.
  • Hideo "Indian" Aramaki - Supreme Chef of Disneyland's Tahitian Terrace.
  • Chuck Boyajian - First manager of Disneyland Custodial Ops.
  • Charles Boyer - Disneyland's master illustrator.
  • Randy Bright - Concept and communications Imagineering manager.
  • James B. Cora - Operations and management.
  • Robert F. Jani - Entertainment events producer.
  • Mary Jones - Disneyland Community Relations manager.
  • Art Linkletter - Television personality who hosted Disneyland's opening day TV broadcast.
  • Mary Anne Mang - Disneyland Public Relations manager.
  • Steve Martin - Comedian, actor, and former Disneyland cast member.
  • Tom Nabbe - Played Tom Sawyer at Disneyland.
  • Jack Olsen - Merchandise salesman.
  • Cicely Rigdon - Guest relations supervisor.
  • William E. Sullivan - Film premiere and park operations manager.
  • Jack Wagner - Disneyland Parks announcer.
  • Vesey Walker - Original bandmaster of the Disneyland Band.


  • Tim Considine - Actor in The Mickey Mouse Club.
  • Kevin Corcoran - Disney child actor and star of Old Yeller.
  • Al Dempster - Long-serving animator.
  • Don Edgren - Structural designer of Disneyland.
  • Paul Frees - Actor and comedian, voice of Ludwig von Drake and the Ghost Host.
  • Peter Jennings - ABC journalist.
  • Elton John - Songwriter of The Lion King.
  • Jimmy Johnson - Manager of The Walt Disney Music Co.
  • Tommy Kirk - Actor in Swiss Family Robinson.
  • Joe Ranft - Animator for Disney and later Pixar, voice actor for Lenny and Wheezy and Heimlich.
  • David Stollery - Actor in The Adventures of Spin and Marty.
  • Ginny Tyler - Film narrator and actress.


  • Roone Arledge - President of ABC Sports.
  • Art Babbitt - Disney animator, led the 1940s animators' strike.
  • Carl Bongirno - Led the construction of Epcot amongst other projects.
  • Marge Champion - Character model of Snow White.
  • Dick Huemer - Story planner of Silly Symphonies.
  • Ron Logan - Executive of Walt Disney Entertainment.
  • Lucille Martin - Secretary and liaison to the board of directors.
  • Tom Murphy - President and Chief Executive of ABC.
  • Randy Newman - Composer and songwriter for several Pixar films.
  • Floyd Norman - Long-serving animator.
  • Bob Schiffer - Head of the film makeup department.
  • Dave Smith - Founder of the Walt Disney Archives.


  • Wayne Allwine - Voice actor for Mickey Mouse.
  • Russi Taylor - Voice actreess of Minnie Mouse.
  • Bob Booth - Head of Disney's MAPO division.
  • Neil Gallagher - Engineer, designed the iconic animatronic for Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln.
  • Frank Gifford - Legendary American football player and commentator.
  • Toshio Kagami - Chairman of the Oriental Land Company.
  • Burny Mattinson - Animator and director, directed Mickey's Christmas Carol.
  • Walt Peregoy - Animator and designer.
  • Dorothea Redmond - Imagineer, painter and illustrator.
  • Oliver Wallace - Music director for Dumbo, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and Lady and the Tramp.



  • Jodi Benson - Actress of Ariel.
  • Paige O'Hara - Actress of Belle.
  • Linda Larkin - Actress of Princess Jasmine.
  • Lea Salonga - Vocalist for Jasmine and Mulan.
  • Anika Noni Rose - Actress of Tiana.
  • Jim Henson - Creator of The Muppets.
  • Barton "Bo" Boyd - Long-serving merchandise manager.
  • Ray Watson - Development in the creation of Epcot.
  • Regis Philbin - Game show and television host.
  • Bonita Granville Wrather - Actress and businesswoman.
  • Jack Wrather - Built the Disneyland Hotel.


  • Tony Baxter - Imagineer, designed Splash Mountain, Star Tours, and managed Disneyland Paris.
  • Collin Campbell - Animator, set designer, artist.
  • Dick Clark - American Bandstand.
  • Billy Crystal - Actor of Mike Wazowski.
  • John Goodman - Actor of Sulley and Pacha.
  • Ed Wynn - Comedian and actor of The Mad Hatter.
  • Glen Keane - Notable animator of the Disney Renaissance.
  • Steve Jobs - Founder of Apple, inventor, businessman, and co-owner of Pixar.


  • George Bodenheimer - Executive Chairman of ESPN.
  • Andreas Deja - Renaissance animator.
  • Eyvind Earle - Art designer of Sleeping Beauty.
  • Danny Elfman - Composer and songwriter for Tim Burton's movies.
  • George Lucas - Creator of Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
  • Susan Lucci - Television actress.
  • Julie Reihm Casaletto - Disneyland's first ambassador.
  • Carson Von Osten - Merchandise designer.
  • Johnny Depp - Actor of Captain Jack Sparrow.


  • Carrie Fisher - Star of Star Wars.
  • Clyde Geronimi - Film and television animator.
  • Manuel Gonzales - Was a pencilier and artist for the Mickey Mouse comic strip.
  • Mark Hamill - Star of Star Wars and long-term voice actor.
  • Wayne Jackson - Constructed and installed numerous theme park attractions.
  • Stan Lee - Former editor of Marvel Comics.
  • Jack Kirby - Artist and writer of Marvel Comics.
  • Garry Marshall - Film director and actor.
  • Julie Taymor - Theatre director, creating the Broadway version of The Lion King.
  • Oprah Winfrey - Television producer, actress, and presenter.
  • Whoopi Goldberg - Actress and TV presenter.


The Sternritter

Second Jagdarmee Division

Third Jagdaremee Divison ("Death Dealers")

Fourth Jagdarmee Division ("The Drachenritter")

Fifth Jagdarmee Division ("Sieger Schwerter")


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