Disney Cartoons,
names starting with E

  • Earl  from  The Good Dinosaur

    Earl from The Good Dinosaur

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    Earl is a blue and purple skinned Velociraptor, and the leader of his gang. He’s tough, smart, and always ready for a fight. But when he meets Lurleane, the only female Velociraptor in his gang, he starts to change. Lurleane is different than the others; she has light red skin and hears Bubbha. Earl begins to fall for her, and as they get closer, he realizes that there’s more to life than just fighting. But can he convince his gang to accept her?

  • Earl The Terror Thompson  from  Monsters University

    Earl The Terror Thompson from Monsters University

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    The scarred and fearsome Earl Thompson was once the most feared man in the monster world. But after a mysterious incident left him with amnesia, he became a harmless shell of his former self.
    Now, with the help of his friends Sulley and Mike, Earl is on a quest to find out who he truly is. But will he like what he finds?

  • Earth Giants  from  Frozen

    Earth Giants from Frozen

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    The mighty Earth Giants are one of the four elemental spirits that protect the Enchanted Forest. But when a war breaks out between the Northuldra tribe and neighboring Arendellians, the giants become hostile and turn against the humans that brought destruction to their forest. Only by destroying the source of the conflictβ€”a dam commissioned by King Runeardβ€”can the giants be tamed.

  • Earthquake Lady  from  Hercules

    Earthquake Lady from Hercules

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    In a world of gods and monsters, one man must prove his worth as a hero. When Hercules offers to help the Thebans, they are skeptical of his abilities. But when he bravely faces the Hydra, they realize that he is the hero they need. With action, comedy, and drama, Hercules is a film you won’t want to miss!

  • eBay Auctioneer  from  Ralph Breaks the Internet

    eBay Auctioneer from Ralph Breaks the Internet

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    Ralph and Vanellope find themselves in a whole new world when they enter the internet to find a replacement steering wheel for Sugar Rush. They soon discover that the only way to get the part is through eBay, and that it’s going to cost them $200. With help from the other kids in the arcade, Ralph and Vanellope put together a plan to win the auction by bidding on the item themselves. But when they finally win, they’re faced with an even bigger challenge: they have to pay for the item within 24 hours or lose it forever!

  • eBay Bidder  from  Ralph Breaks the Internet

    eBay Bidder from Ralph Breaks the Internet

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    In the world of online bidding, Ralph and Vanellope must race against time to find the missing steering wheel for Sugar Rush before eBay Elayne forfeits the auction. With only $200 to their name, can they win the bid and save their arcade game?

  • eBay Elayne  from  Ralph Breaks the Internet

    eBay Elayne from Ralph Breaks the Internet

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    Elayne is the evil auctioneer on eBay who tries to swindle Ralph and Vanellope out of their money. She tells them they need to buy the replacement steering wheel for Sugar Rush within 24 hours, or it will be forfeited. Fortunately, the two are able to find the money and purchase the item before time runs out.

  • Eboy  from  Ralph Breaks the Internet

    Eboy from Ralph Breaks the Internet

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    There’s always someone out there who needs a reminder. Meet Eboy, the chipper Netizen tasked with reminding eBay shoppers of their bids, purchases, and other business in relation to the site. He may have a habit of mistaking names, but he’s always enthusiastic about helping out!

  • Eccentric Lady  from  Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas

    Eccentric Lady from Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas

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    On Christmas morning, Donald’s three nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie are excited because they get lots of presents. But Donald is angered after he sees them opening them before the rest of the family arrives. Even so, Donald shrugs it off and surprises his nephews with three sleds from him. Unfortunately, they miss the Christmas card Donald left on the sleds.
    When Daisy, Scrooge, and their Aunt Gertie come over for Christmas, the boys rush past them to go out and enjoy their new sleds.

  • Echo  from  Planes

    Echo from Planes

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    As the world’s most rigorous rally begins, everyone is feeling the pressure. But two fighter jets, Bravo and Echo, are ready to take on the challenge. With their stellar instincts and incredible Aerial abilities, they’re determined to come out on top. But it won’t be easy- this is the biggest race of their lives. Will they make it to the finish line?

  • Ed  from  The Lion King

    Ed from The Lion King

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    Ed has been living a hard life. He’s been kicked out of his family, he’s lost his job, and he’s about to lose his home. But when he meets a group of hyenas, he realizes that he can use their power to get what he wants. With their help, Ed takes over the Pride Lands and becomes the king himself. But will his new kingdom last?

  • Edgar  from  Brother Bear

    Edgar from Brother Bear

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    In a world of ice and snow, three brothers will embark on a journey that will change their lives forever. Kenai, Denahi, and Sitka return to their tribe in order to receive their sacred totems. While Sitka and Denahi receive the eagle of guidance and the wolf of wisdom respectively, Kenai receives the bear of love much to his objection.

    When a bear steals some salmon from the tribe, Kenai and his brothers follow its trail. They find the bear and battle it on a glacier until the bear has the upper hand.

  • Edgar Balthazar  from  The Aristocats

    Edgar Balthazar from The Aristocats

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    Edgar Balthazar is a butler with a secret. He’s scheming, greedy, and impatient, but only because he wants to inherit his late mistress’s fortune. When her will is read and he doesn’t get what he wants, he hatches a plan to kidnap her beloved kittens and ship them off to Timbuktu. But things don’t go as planned, and before long, Edgar finds himself on the run from the law – and the unstoppable Thomas O’Malley. Can he outwit them all and get his hands on the money?

  • Edgar E Gore  from  Frankenweenie

    Edgar E Gore from Frankenweenie

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    From the maker of? comes a heartwarming story of an underdog trying to find his place in the world. Meet Edgar “E” Gore, a 10-year-old misfit who desperately wants to be Victor’s partner for the science fair. E is always accidentally spilling the beans and messing things up, but he doesn’t give up easily. Watch as E tries to win overVictor and become friends with him. Will he succeed? Or will he just end up making more mistakes?

  • Edgar Volgud  from  Atlantis: Milo’s Return

    Edgar Volgud from Atlantis: Milo’s Return

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    Edgar Volgud made a deal with the Kraken, or the “devilfish”, to provide for his town of Krakenstaff in exchange for the souls of its citizens. He asked for eternal life as part of the deal, but forgot to ask for eternal youth. As a result, he aged into a creepy old man over time. The townsfolk speculated that the Kraken was devouring the fish to force this deal to occur.

  • Edith  from  Up

    Edith from Up

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    Edith has a touching story of love and loss. After the death of his wife, Ellie, Carl has shut off the world around him and sunk very low to the ground. But the characters around him, which have curves, circles, and other shapes making up their figures, continue to change while Carl stays within the confinements of his “square”. Through Edith, Carl is finally able to break free from his box and soar to new heights.

  • Edward  from  Peter Pan 2: Return To Never Land

    Edward from Peter Pan 2: Return To Never Land

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    It tells the story of one family’s love and perseverance during World War II. When Edward is drafted to fight in the war, his wife Jane and two young children Danny and Wendy must learn to fend for themselves at home in London. With the Luftwaffe bombing the city nightly, Jane decides to evacuated her charges to the countryside where they will be safe from harm. But with Peter Pan as their protector, danger lurks around every corner in this fantastical tale of love and loss set against the backdrop of war.

  • Eema  from  Dinosaur

    Eema from Dinosaur

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    Eema is a kind-hearted woman who loves pets, as shown by the way she treats Url. She has a sense of humor and when she first meets Aladar, she jokes with him about whether or not walking backwards will help him get to the Nesting grounds faster. Eema also calls Aladar “honey”, acting like a grandmother figure to him, just as Yar does for Zini. She also seems to have a good relationship with Yar. Because of her age, Eema sometimes collapses and Aladar often has to help her back up again.

  • Eeyore  from  The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

    Eeyore from The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

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    From the creators of “Winnie the Pooh” comes a new tale of friendship, loss, and hope. Eeyore, the stuffed donkey with a nail in his tail, lives alone under a small teepee-style house made of sticks. He’s always getting his home knocked over and has to start from scratch at a different location. But he doesn’t let that get him down! With the help of Christopher Robin and his friends, Eeyore sets out on a journey to find his lost tail and discover what true friendship really means.

  • Egg Beater  from  Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World

    Egg Beater from Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World

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    As they dine, Belle regales Beast with the story of Cinderella, but he becomes increasingly agitated, demanding that the windows be opened despite the draft. Lumiere tries to reason with him, but Beast will not be placated. Cogsworth finally relents and opens the windows, and Beast leaves in a huff. Belle follows after him, trying to talk some sense into him, but it’s no use. In his anger, Beast doesn’t see the source of the draft: Webster, still turned into a dictionary, perched atop an open window.

  • El Chupacabra  from  Planes

    El Chupacabra from Planes

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    El Chu is a racing plane with a difference – he’s painted in the colors of Mexico’s flag: red, green and white. The red is located on the front, and a pointy line also colored red goes across his sides, with a yellow border. A green stripe is beside the red, with the red pointy lines going over it, and the rest of his fuselage is colored white, though the red extends to the back along the bottom of his fuselage. Both red and white are located on his wings and landing gear, with the red making the shape of ocean waves.

  • Elastigirl (Helen Parr)  from  The Incredibles

    Elastigirl (Helen Parr) from The Incredibles

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    Elastigirl (Helen Parr) is the superheroine everyone knows and loves. She’s strong, independent, and always stands up for what’s right. But before she was Mrs. Incredible, she was just a young woman with big dreams. Dreams of breaking through the glass ceiling and becoming one of the first female superheroes.

    But then she met Mr. Incredible. He was charming, handsome, and completely swept her off her feet. Against her better judgment, Elastigirl agreed to marry him. And life changed completely.

  • Elderly Theban  from  Hercules

    Elderly Theban from Hercules

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    The Thebans first appeared in the film complaining about how Thebes was in a downfall so fast, bringing up earthquakes, fires, floods, as well as the crime rate and new monsters wreaking havoc to the city. Supposedly, everything was lost in the fire except a man’s cat named “Snowball” with both burnt and singed. When Hercules first approaches them offering the need for a hero, they didn’t believe Hercules is a professional hero, or Phil’s claims of being the genuine article, but rather an amateur. The

  • Elephant Shrew  from  The Lion King

    Elephant Shrew from The Lion King

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    In this action-packed adventure, our hero must journey through the dark and dangerous world of grubs in order to save his beloved kingdom. With courage and strength, he will face off against fearsome foes and overcome impossible obstacles in order to triumph in the end. Join us on this thrilling ride as we discover just how far our hero is willing to go for his friends and family.

  • Eli La Bouff  from  The Princess and the Frog

    Eli La Bouff from The Princess and the Frog

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    Meet Eli La Bouff: the richest man in New Orleans, and the most powerful man in the city. But he’s not just a wealthy businessman; he’s also a single parent, raising his daughter Charlotte on his own. And he’s something of a father figure to Tiana, the young woman who dreams of one day opening her own restaurant.

    Big Daddy is beloved by the people of New Orleans. He’s been elected king of the Mardi Gras parade five years in a row.

  • Ellie Mae  from  The Rescuers

    Ellie Mae from The Rescuers

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    Ellie Mae is first seen in her house at Devil’s Bayou with her husband Luke. They hear a commotion and notice that Orville is burning and falls into a nearby pond. Ellie Mae quickly rushes to help Miss Bianca while Luke helps Bernard. They inform them that they are from New York and soon they hear Medusa in her Swampmobile approaching. intimidatingly Β She tells them that Penny has been captured by Madame Medusa’s pets Brutus and Nero.

  • Elsa Van Helsing  from  Frankenweenie

    Elsa Van Helsing from Frankenweenie

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    On the night of the Dutch Day celebration, Elsa Van Helsing finally puts her foot down and refuses to be the Little Dutch Girl. This sets off a chain of events that leads to her uncovering her uncle’s dark secret – he’s been torturing and killing animals for years. With evidence in hand, Elsa confronts her uncle and demands that he stop his cruelty. When he refuses, she takes matters into her own hands and smashes his head in with a shovel. Victorious, Elsa frees all of the animals from their cages and decides to leave town with them.

  • Emcee  from  Coco

    Emcee from Coco

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    Emcee is a flamboyant and colorful spirit who hosts shows in the Land of the Dead. Not much is known about her before Coco, but she appears to be a fun-loving hostess who loves to entertain. She wears bright, vivid colors and has dark cyan hair with various objects attached to it. Emcee loves to sing and dance, and she always puts on a good show for her guests.

  • Emile  from  Ratatouille

    Emile from Ratatouille

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    This is the story of a brown rat who is larger than his younger brother Remy. Emile is friendly and understanding, and is the only one whom Remy tells about his cooking, TV watching, and reading talent. One day, while smoking a mushroom by the chimney, Emile and Remy are struck by a flash of lightning. Impressed by the popcorned mushroom, the two venture into the kitchen for saffron. The old lady who lives in the house wakes up and sees the rats, and promptly produces a shotgun where she blasts the walls and roof.

  • Emmett  from  Monsters University

    Emmett from Monsters University

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    While attending Monsters University, Sulley and Mike face intolerance and discrimination from the better-trained “fraternity” scarers. After an incident where they accidentally break Dean Hardscrabble’s treasured ceramic horn, the two are expelled from the University. In order to return, they must compete in the Scare Games, against other fraternities. Through courage and determination, Sulley and Mike ultimately succeed in becoming the best scarers in Monstropolis.