Disney Cartoons,
names starting with G

  • Gabby Gabby  from  Toy Story 4

    Gabby Gabby from Toy Story 4

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    Now, after all these years, Gabby Gabby finally has her chance at a new life when Woody and Bo Peep visit the antique store on their quest to find Woody’s long-lost friend, Forky. With the help of Buzz Lightyear, they may just be able to give this vintage toy the second chance she’s always deserved.
    Gabby Gabby is a pull-string talking doll from the 1950s. But unfortunately for her, a manufacturing defect in her pull-string voice box has left her sounding anything but adorable.

  • Gaetan Moliere  from  Atlantis: The Lost Empire

    Gaetan Moliere from Atlantis: The Lost Empire

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    Gaetan Molière was born to a middle-class working family and was the youngest of four brothers. Both of his parents were teachers. His father, Christof Molière, teaches University courses at the Sorbonne and his mother, Gabrielle Molière, is a retired music teacher.
    Gaetan displayed an early interest in subterranean pursuits at the age of seven when he began exploring the vast sewer networks that lie underneath old Paris. By the age of thirteen, Molière had developed a specialized type of goggles and headgear to wear while exploring caves in the surrounding countryside.

  • Gale  from  Frozen

    Gale from Frozen

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    Gale is one of the four elemental spirits in Disney’s Frozen. When not in her neutral state, she can transform into a powerful tornado or summon extreme winds. Gale and the other spirits were once on peaceful terms with the Northuldra tribe, but a war broke out between the Northuldra and neighboring Arendellians thirty-four years ago. The violence angered the spirits, who turned against humanity. In the midst of the chaos, young Arendellian prince Agnarr was injured and left unconscious. He was recovered by Iduna, who called for Gale’s assistance in rescuing him.

  • Gamma  from  Up

    Gamma from Up

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    Gamma is a Rottweiler and Bulldog who works as a lieutenant for Alpha. He is assigned to find a giant bird and bring it back to his master, but he soon discovers that there is more to this task than meets the eye. Carl Fredricksen, Russell, and Dug are also on the hunt for the same bird, and Gamma must decide whether to betray his pack or help these unlikely heroes.

  • Gareth  from  Zootopia

    Gareth from Zootopia

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    Officer Judy Hopps, the first bunny on the police force, is eager to prove herself but discovers that racing against the clock to solve a case with the help of a fast-talking fox Nick Wilde isn’t so easy.
    Gareth is an optimistic rabbit who arrives in Zootopia determined to make something of himself. However, he soon discovers that being the first bunny on a police force of big, tough animals has its challenges. Eager to prove his worth, Gareth jumps at the opportunity to crack a case when it arises – even if it means teaming up with scoundrel fox Nick Wilde.

  • Garnoz  from  Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe

    Garnoz from Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe

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    In space, aliens are watching a show about Earth and Candace’s never-ending quest to “bust” her brothers. They find her amusing and decide to kidnap her for their own amusement. Candace wakes up on a far-off planet and is thrilled to be finally rid of Phineas and Ferb. She soon learns that the aliens have been keeping an eye on her brothers as well and have decided to abduct them too so she can have a break from them. Candace is overjoyed at first, but soon realizes that she misses her brothers more than she thought she would.

  • Gary  from  Zootopia

    Gary from Zootopia

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    Differentiated by gray and white fur, as well as eye colors, Gary and Larry take their roles as asylum guards very seriously. But when they hear a howl in the night, they can’t help but join in – after all, they are both wolves.

  • Gaston  from  Beauty and the Beast

    Gaston from Beauty and the Beast

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    Gaston is the town hero, a hunter who always gets his prey. He’s also the man who has his sights set on Belle, the most beautiful woman in town. Gaston is determined to have Belle as his wife, but she’s not interested in him . . . or any man for that matter. Gaston won’t take no for an answer, and sets out to win her over. But Belle is about to discover that there’s more to life than just what’s inside her books . . . and that sometimes, true beauty comes from within.

  • Gaxton  from  Onward

    Gaxton from Onward

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    From the director who brought you “The Fault in Our Stars”? comes a heartwarming story of friendship, loss, and remembrance. Introducing Gaxton, a kind man who befriends Ian after realizing they have something in common: the loss of their friend Wilden Lightfoot. Gaxton tells Ian stories of Wilden’s life, making him laugh and feel closer to the friend he lost. Watch as these two men connect over their shared grief and learn to cherish their memories. Onward is a film about hope, healing, and the power of human connection.

  • Gazelle  from  Zootopia

    Gazelle from Zootopia

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    From the studio that brought you Frozen and Moana comes a new animal adventure for the whole family! Gazelle is the most popular singer in Zootopia, and she’s all about acceptance and equality for all. With the help of her fans Judy Hopps, Clawhauser, and even Chief Bogo, Gazelle sets out to make the world a better place for everyone. Featuring an amazing voice performance by Shakira, you won’t want to miss this heartwarming story of hope and friendship.

  • Geese  from  Brother Bear

    Geese from Brother Bear

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    Geese? is the story of a young man’s quest for revenge against the bear that killed his brother. Set in the frozen wilds of Alaska, ?Geese? is a heart-pounding adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Watch as Kenai takes on the bear in an epic battle to the death!

  • Gene  from  DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp

    Gene from DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp

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    Turban wearing duck? Wacky? More like a powerful genie!, Gene is bound to a magic lamp located in a temple in the Middle East. He is able to grant three wishes to the person who possesses his lamp. Gene loves to have fun and eventually becomes close friends with Huey, Dewey, Louie, as well as Webby. So when they find out that he has the power to grant wishes, they all make their own unique wishes. But will everything go according to plan? Can Gene really grant their wishes or are they just impossible desires?

  • Gene  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    Gene from Wreck-It Ralph

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    Gene is the most prominent and openly hostile toward Ralph. He is contentious, strict, snobbish, pushy, and outspoken. He carries a heavy grudge against Ralph and strongly believes that his role, and by extension the role of any arcade villain, is simply to cause trouble, and consistently antagonizes him and excludes him from activities. Despite his pompous attitude and issues owning up to his mistakes, Gene is a self-proclaimed man of his word; he allows Ralph to live in the penthouse after he returns home with a medal.

  • General Hologram  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    General Hologram from Wreck-It Ralph

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    When the skilled but clumsy Ralph sets off on a mission to win a medal in the action-packed game, Hero’s Duty, he unwittingly unleashes an enemy that threatens the entire arcade. As Ralph rushes to save his new friend, Vanellope von Schweetz, and destroy the evil Cy-Bugs, he must also overcome his own fears and insecurities. Along the way, Ralph learns that being a hero doesn’t mean getting the glory – it’s about stepping up and doing what’s right, even when no one is watching.

  • General Li  from  Mulan

    General Li from Mulan

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    General Li leads China’s charge against the invading Hun army, and though they are outnumbered, the Chinese soldiers fight bravely under his leadership. In a moment of heroicness, General Li’s son, Shang, saves his life from a Hun warrior. For his bravery, Shang is promoted to Captain by his father and leads the troops into battle. Thanks to their combined efforts, the Chinese army triumphs over the Huns and peace is restored to China.

  • Genie  from  Aladdin

    Genie from Aladdin

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    Genie, the slave imprisoned within his lamp for 10,000 years, is finally freed when Aladdin uses his third and final wish. With his “phenomenal cosmic powers”, Genie grants Aladdin’s every wish and helps him win the heart of Princess Jasmine. But when the evil Jafar takes control of the lamp, Genie must use all of his power to defeat him and save the kingdom. Starring Robin Williams as the voice of Genie, don’t miss this hilarious adventure that will have you wishing for more!

  • George  from  Up

    George from Up

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    Shady Oaks is an assisted living facility for the elderly, and George is one of the nurses that work there. He’s dedicated to his job, and enjoys spending time with the residents. One day, he meets Carl, an elderly man who doesn’t want to go to Shady Oaks. After spending some time with Carl, George begins to understand his reluctance, but he still believes that Carl would be happier at Shady Oaks. He asks Carl to come with him, but Carl refuses.

  • George Darling  from  Peter Pan

    George Darling from Peter Pan

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    George Darling is a typical father in early 1900s London. He is loud, practical, and angry with his children, but deep down he loves them. One night, when they are all asleep, Wendy has a strange dream about a boy who can fly. When she tells her father about it the next day, he gets angry and tells her to stop talking about such childish things and act like a proper lady. But as Wendy grows up, George starts to realize that he doesn’t want her to grow up too fast. In the end, he allows her to stay in the nursery again and keep dreaming of flying boys.

  • George Sanderson  from  Monsters Inc.

    George Sanderson from Monsters Inc.

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    George Sanderson is a scarer on Scare Floor F at Monsters, Inc. He’s an orange-furred monster with yellow stripes and a horn on top of his head. George was first introduced when he came out of his door with a child’s sock on his back. His assistant, Charlie, saw the sock and gasped, “2319! We have a 2319!” The CDA agents arrived and removed the sock from George’s back. They shaved most of his fur off, had him showered, and placed a cone on his head.

  • Georges Hautecourt  from  The Aristocats

    Georges Hautecourt from The Aristocats

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    Georges is an elderly man who is friends with Madame Bonfamille and works as her lawyer. He is competent in law, but can be eccentric at times due to his old age. He enjoys music and is generally friendly.

  • Georgia  from  The Princess and the Frog

    Georgia from The Princess and the Frog

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    Meet Georgia, one of Tiana’s closest friends. While she may not be as close to Tiana as Charlotte is, she still cares deeply for her friend and worries about how much she works. Georgia is always there for a lending hand and offers great advice, even if Tiana doesn’t always take it.

  • Geppetto  from  Pinocchio

    Geppetto from Pinocchio

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    Geppetto is a saint. He’s kind-hearted and humble, despite having no family. He spends his days woodcarving and bringing joy to others with his talent. His home is filled with beautiful creations, including toys, figurines, clocks, music boxes, and more. One day, he carves a marionette out of wood and names him Pinocchio. When the Blue Fairy brings Pinocchio to life, Geppetto’s world is turned upside down as he must deal with the mischievous puppet who seems to cause trouble wherever he goes.

  • Gerald  from  Finding Nemo

    Gerald from Finding Nemo

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    A sea lion who just wants to find a place to belong. He’s always getting shooed away by Fluke and Rudder, but he keeps coming back, because he knows that someday they’ll let him sit on their rock for good. And when Dory needs their help to save Marlin and Nemo, they finally do.

  • Gerda  from  Frozen

    Gerda from Frozen

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    Gerda was born in a kingdom called Snoob, where she grew up alongside her brother, Karl. At some undetermined time, Gerda left Snoob and came to work at the Arendelle castle during the reign of King Runeard.

  • Gerel  from  Soul

    Gerel from Soul

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    His soul is then transported to The Great Before, the place where all souls go before being reincarnated or sent off to the Great Beyond.

  • Geri  from  Toy Story 2

    Geri from Toy Story 2

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    Geri is an elderly gentleman who spends his days playing chess. But there’s a twist – he plays both sides of the board, and the prize for winning is his own dentures! He’s quite skilled at fooling himself, but late in the game one of his personalities starts to lose badly. So Geri pretends to have a heart attack and quickly switches the board around when the other personality isn’t looking. Will he be able to get away with it? Tune in to find out!

  • German Dignitary  from  Frozen

    German Dignitary from Frozen

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    The Duke of Weselton is a dignitary from Arendelle’s neighboring duchy Weselton. Despite his meek demeanor, he is a highly accomplished man, as indicated by the many badges and medals on his formal wear. He is always accompanied by two burly bodyguards, who are tasked with protecting him and carrying out his bidding. However, they are often perplexed by the Duke’s eccentricity.
    For many years, Weselton was Arendelle’s closest partner in tradeβ€”thanks in no small part to the Duke.

  • Giant Octopus  from  Peter Pan 2: Return To Never Land

    Giant Octopus from Peter Pan 2: Return To Never Land

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    A giant octopus, scheming and hungry, attempts to eat Captain Hook in Peter Pan 2: Return To Never Land. It’s a battle of wills as the octopus is determined to succeed. The crocodile Tick-Tock provides an unexpected complication with his tick tock sound. Will the octopus prevail? Tune in to find out!

  • Giant Squid  from  Finding Dory

    Giant Squid from Finding Dory

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    Mistaken for prey, a giant squid terrorizes Dory, Marlin, and Nemo as they swim among the wreckage of a sunken container ship. The trio narrowly escapes being eaten by the sea predator when it becomes stuck in a sunken shipping crate during its pursuit. The squid is later seen in the end credits, though only its eye is shown from inside the crate. Its fate is unknown.

  • Giddy  from  Dumbo

    Giddy from Dumbo

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    Giddy is an elephant with a difference – she can talk, and she loves to chat. But when Dumbo arrives at the circus with his big ears, Giddy starts to worry that he will ruin their reputation. Can Dumbo prove to Giddy that he is more than just a big-eared freak?