- 01 Dec
We may connect Disney films with fairytale love stories more than friendship, yet over the years, the famous animated protagonists have befriended a variety of talking animals, fish, toys, and even monsters.
So, in order to draw attention to some of the most under-represented romantic connections in Disney films, we’ve compiled a list of appropriately mushy statements that encapsulate what Disney is all about. You can keep these quotes in mind as you go ahead with Disney VIP Tours and Orlando VIP Tours.
- Winnie the Pooh
“Any day spent with you is the best day of my life.” As a result, this has become my new favorite day.” Winnie the Pooh.
Winnie the Pooh, the bear with the large tummy and even greater heart may not know much, but he certainly knows a lot about friendship. While this remark is officially from A.A. Milne’s novels, it is simply too endearing to be left out.
“There are certain individuals worth melting for.” Olaf
Despite being just a day old, Olaf was the breakthrough hero of the original Frozen film, because to his endearing teachings on friendship. Nothing will melt your icy heart if this doesn’t.
“Every minute you spend at work becomes the best minute of your life.” Rhinoceros
Bolt is one of Disney’s lesser-known pictures, yet it’s full of surprising friendships. This specific exaggerated line comes from the excited hamster Rhino (yep, he’s a Rhino), who is savoring every moment with his TV hero Bolt.
- Alice in Wonderland
“You’re insane.” Bonkers. Off the top of your head. However, I’ll let you in on a little secret: some of the finest individuals are.” Alice
Alice soothing a concerned Mad Hatter, echoing prior counsel from her father – that there’s nothing wrong with who you are – is one of the loveliest moments from Tim Burton’s delightfully crazy reimagining.
- Toy Story
“In me, you’ve gained a buddy.”
Without discussing Woody and Buzz, we couldn’t talk about Disney friendships. Although this is the title of Randy Newman’s classic theme tune rather than a literal statement, it is a line that will always be associated with the toy sheriff and space ranger.
- The Fox and the Hound
“You’re not even conscious you’re a humorous pair when you’re the best of friends having so much fun together.” – Grandma
The Fox and the Hound, one of Disney’s earliest atypical friendships, debuted in 1981 and is still going strong today. This statement is taken from a Big Mama song, which appropriately celebrates friendship triumphing over what should have been a natural competition.
- The Little Mermaid
“Perhaps if everyone took someone’s hand in theirs, everyone might learn and comprehend.” Sebastian
Sebastian appears to be wise – he understands not only that things are better under the water, but also the value of friendship. The remark is frequently ascribed to Sebastian, although it really originates from his version of Ziggy Marley’s “Give a Little Love” in The Little Mermaid 2. Perhaps we’ll hear it again in the live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid?