Disney Cartoons,
names starting with J

  • Jerry  from  Soul

    Jerry from Soul

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    Jerry is the force that tears soulmates apart and pulls them back together. The one who determines when a person’s time is up. We are not talking about an all-powerful being that controls everything with an iron fist. No, Jerry is something… more.
    The first time we see Jerry, they are in their natural form: as the universe itself. But then they take on the form of a guide for a new soul, showing them around and teaching them the ropes.

  • Jerry Jumbeaux Jr.  from  Zootopia

    Jerry Jumbeaux Jr. from Zootopia

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    Jerry Jumbeaux Jr. is the owner of a popular elephant ice cream shop?

  • Jessie  from  Toy Story 2

    Jessie from Toy Story 2

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    Jessie, the yodeling cowgirl doll everyone loves is back! This time she’s on a journey to find her true purpose. After being donated to charity and left in storage, Jessie is feeling claustrophobic and unloved. But everything changes when she’s found by Al who tells her she’s going to a museum in Japan. Jessie gets excited at the thought of children loving her forever, but things take a turn when Stinky Pete betrays her. Fortunately, Woody comes to the rescue and helps Jessie realize that her true purpose is to be played with and loved by a child.

  • Jetsam  from  The Little Mermaid

    Jetsam from The Little Mermaid

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    Jetsam and Flotsam are Ursula’s minions, always on the lookout for her next victim. Their white eyes combine to form a crystal ballβ€”a portal through which Ursula can view the outside world from her lair. The pair are efficient and dangerous, making them a threat to anyone who opposes their mistress. Despite her amorality, Ursula loves them deeply, referring to them as her “babies” or “poopsies”. They were accidentally killed during the climax of The Little Mermaid, driving Ursula into a murderous rage.

  • Jim Crow  from  Dumbo

    Jim Crow from Dumbo

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    Cigar-smoking Jim Crow is the dapper leader of a flock of crows. He’s smart, sophisticated, and well-traveled, with a commanding presence that demands respect. His friend Fats is jolly and good-natured, if not particularly bright. When they meet Dumbo, a young elephant with oversized ears, Jim Crow takes him under his wing and shows him the ropes. But can Dumbo overcome prejudice and mockery to become something more than just a circus freak?

  • Jim Dear  from  Lady and the Tramp

    Jim Dear from Lady and the Tramp

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    Jim Dear is a man whose world is turned upside down when his wife brings home a stray dog. Though he is resistant at first, Jim Dear soon grows to love Lady, and the two become inseparable. But when tragedy strikes and Lady goes missing, Jim Dear must search high and low to find her again.

  • Jim Hawkins  from  Treasure Planet

    Jim Hawkins from Treasure Planet

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    Jim Hawkins is a teenage boy who gets caught up in the adventure of a lifetime when he joins forces with space pirates to find a hidden treasure. With action, comedy, and excitement, Treasure Planet is a must-see for the whole family!

  • Jiminy Cricket  from  Pinocchio

    Jiminy Cricket from Pinocchio

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    Jiminy Cricket is one of Pinocchio’s best friends.

  • Jimmy  from  Ralph Breaks the Internet

    Jimmy from Ralph Breaks the Internet

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    Jimmy is one of the few characters who doesn’t heed the Surge Protector’s warnings, and he enters the Internet. Jimmy is excited to explore this new world, but he quickly falls into a black hole. Ralph and Vanellope rescue him, but they all get sucked into a virus-infected website called “Slaughter Race”.

  • Jin  from  Turning Red

    Jin from Turning Red

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    Jin is a Chinese-Canadian man who works hard to support his family. When his daughter Mei’s powers first activate, he tries to help her through it the best way he can. His wife Ming is very averse to Mei’s gift and wants her to go through a sealing ritual, but Jin encourages Mei to choose for herself what she wants. He helps his daughter understand that people change as they grow and that some sides can be messy, but the point of growing up isn’t to get rid of those messy sides by pushing it away.

  • Joanna  from  The Rescuers Down Under

    Joanna from The Rescuers Down Under

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    Joanna is the mean, scary, and entertainment-loving sidekick of the villainous poacher Percival C. McLeach in Disney’s The Rescuers Down Under. She enjoys playing tricks on her owner and stealing eggs from unsuspecting animals, but she really comes into her own when Cody – a young boy who has come to Australia to save a rare golden eagle – gets caught in one of McLeach’s traps. When McLeach tries to blame the whole incident on Joanna, she takes matters into her own hands and causes him to fall into the hole himself.

  • Jock  from  Lady and the Tramp

    Jock from Lady and the Tramp

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    He’s the smallest, but he’s the toughest. He’s Jock, the loyal and lovable mutt from Lady and the Tramp. He may not be the brightest dog in town, but he knows what he wants and he sticks by his friends no matter what. From welcoming a new baby into the family to teaching his young friend Lady the ways of the world, Jock is always there for those he loves. But watch out – when things get tough, this little dog can pack a big punch!

  • Joe  from  Dumbo

    Joe from Dumbo

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    Joe is the son of Holt who loves the circus life. He wants to have his own act, but he doesn’t have the right skills. When Dumbo is born, he becomes friends with him and helps him learn how to fly.

  • Joe  from  Lady and the Tramp

    Joe from Lady and the Tramp

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    Joe is the head chef at Tony’s restaurant. He is a talented cook with a passion for his work. However, he can be a bit of a hothead, and he often clashes with Tony over the Tramp. Nevertheless, Joe is a good man at heart, and he cares deeply for his friends and family.

  • Joey  from  Bolt

    Joey from Bolt

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    Joey, a young adventurous pigeon, is one of three protagonists in the film Bolt. He joins forces with Vinnie and Bobby to help the titular character find his way back home to Penny. Joey is a tough little guy who isn’t afraid to take on Mittens, the cat boss – even though she’s twice his size! With quick wit and an even quicker beak, Joey is always up for a good time – even if it means getting into a little trouble along the way.

  • John  from  WALL-E

    John from WALL-E

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    John is your average guy, going about his usual business on the Axiom. When he meets WALL-E, he presumes that the robot is a waiter bot there to take away his drink. Unfortunately, WALL-E’s hesitation makes him fall over. Afterwards, a couple of Stewards go to their area and told him to wait for assistance.
    WALL-E helped him before following the MVR-A carrying EVE. While at the windows, John noticed WALL-E space dancing with EVE. The other human next to him, Mary, also met the robot.

  • John Darling  from  Peter Pan

    John Darling from Peter Pan

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    John takes after his father, George. He often speaks in a sophisticated way, which his younger brother, Michael, usually mimics and repeats (albeit in a more simplistic way). John shows interest in piracy, which may explain why he plays the part of Captain Hook in his nursery games with Michael. He is also shown that he is brave and clever; when he and Michael were playing with the Lost Boys, he was the leader. He is very mature but loves his time being very adventurous and playful.

  • John Rolfe  from  Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

    John Rolfe from Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

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    John Rolfe is a dashing young English diplomat in service to King James, who falls madly in love with the exotic Pocahontas. A dramatic tale of adventure, romance and culture clash, “Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World” is a must-see film!

  • John Silver  from  Treasure Planet

    John Silver from Treasure Planet

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    You can’t keep a good cyborg down. John Silver is a washed-up pirate who’s lost everything, but he’s about to get one last shot at the treasure that has eluded him for so long. With a ragtag crew of scoundrels and misfits, Silver sets out on one last desperate hunt for Captain Flint’s legendary treasure. But this time, there’s something different about Silver. He’s not just after the treasure anymore – he’s out to prove that friendship is more important than anything else. Treasure Planet is the story of one cyborg’s redemption, and it’

  • John Smith  from  Pocahontas

    John Smith from Pocahontas

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    From the first moment John Smith steps on screen, it’s clear he’s the star of the show. His blond hair and piercing blue eyes make him stand out, and his cocky smile gets under the skin of his enemies. but there’s more to John than just looks. He’s a brave man who isn’t afraid to take risks, and his quick thinking usually gets him out of trouble. He’s also a charmer who knows how to sweet-talk his way into (and out of) any situation.

  • Johnny Appleseed  from  Melody Time

    Johnny Appleseed from Melody Time

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    From his home in Pittsburgh, Johnny Appleseed sets out on a journey across the country to plant apple trees. Along the way, he meets new friends and faces challenges, but always remains true to his mission. With passion and determination, Johnny Appleseed changes the landscape of America forever.

  • Johnny Worthington III  from  Monsters University

    Johnny Worthington III from Monsters University

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    The monster Johnny Worthington III is a prestigious campus president with high standards. When James P. Sullivan joins his fraternity, he’s elated to have found another scarer from a long line of successful scarers. However, Mike Wazowski is quickly denied and mocked by Worthington for not being “scary enough”. Later, when both Mike and Sulley are kicked out of the scare program by Dean Hardscrabble, Worthington and his fraternity brothers leave without a word to either of them.

  • Jordan  from  Inside Out

    Jordan from Inside Out

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    Riley and Jordan’s friendship continues to grow in the years following the events of the film. In this heartwarming short, we see the two characters reconnecting and bonding over their shared love of music and skating. Despite a Rough start, Jordan quickly wins over Riley’s father and the two are able to enjoy a fun day out skating together. Don’t miss this touching sequel to one of your favorite films!

  • JosΓ© Carioca  from  Saludos Amigos

    JosΓ© Carioca from Saludos Amigos

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    JosΓ© Carioca is the fun-loving, happy-go-lucky parrot from Brazil who stole the hearts of moviegoers around the world in Disney’s classic animated film Saludos Amigos. With his charming personality and vibrant spirit, JosΓ© is the embodiment of everything we love about Brazil. From his colorful clothes to his infectious smile, he brings the magic of Rio de Janeiro to life on the big screen. JosΓ© is a true original, and his timeless appeal continues to charm audiences of all ages.

  • Josh Rivera  from  Monsters Inc.

    Josh Rivera from Monsters Inc.

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    Tylor is the new guy at Monsters Inc., and he’s determined to be the best MIFTer around. But when he accidentally loses the sacred hair of former employee David, Tylor must get it back before the rest of the team finds out. With time running out, Tylor mustrace against the clock to find David’s hair and prove that he’s worthy of being a MIFTer.

  • Joy  from  Inside Out

    Joy from Inside Out

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    Joy is the very essence of happiness and perkiness, and as such, she loves to look on the bright side of things. She is the oldest of all of the emotions, as she was the first one to appear. She values Riley’s happiness to the point where she does not want any other emotions to influence Riley. She does not want Riley to be sad at all, even when she needs to be. Because of this, Joy is the least flexible and most controlling of the five emotions.
    She mistreats Sadness (albeit unintentionally) because she does not understand why Sadness is a necessary.

  • Juan Ortodoncia  from  Coco

    Juan Ortodoncia from Coco

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    Juan Ortodoncia is a kind-hearted man who briefly appears in the film Coco. He is scanned by the Departures Agent to cross the marigold bridge and is accepted because his photo is placed on the dentist’s ofrenda. Juan thanks the Agent for allowing him to cross before leaving with HΓ©ctor Rivera disguised as Frida Kahlo.

  • Judge  from  The Adventures of Icabod and Mr. Toad

    Judge from The Adventures of Icabod and Mr. Toad

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    Judge was a character in the second story of The Adventures of Icabod and Mr. Toad. He was a gruff and grumpy old man, but he had a heart of gold.

  • Judge Davis  from  Planes

    Judge Davis from Planes

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    In the world of Planes, Judge Davis is the man in charge. He presides over the Propwash Junction air shows with a sharp eye and booming voice. His love for all things aviation is clear to see, and he’s especially excited when the Falcon Hawks and Mater Hawk take to the skies.
    Judge Davis plays a small but important role in the film. He sets the tone at the start of the Wings Around The Globe rally, wishing all the racers luck. And later on, he’s there to congratulate them as they cross the finish line.

  • Judy Hopps  from  Zootopia

    Judy Hopps from Zootopia

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    As Bonnie and Stu watch their daughter Judy perform in a play based on the city of Zootopia, they can’t help but worry about her future. While rabbits are not traditionally police officers, Judy has always dreamed of making the world a better place by joining the force. After the play, Bonnie and Stu try to encourage Judy to become a carrot farmer with the family instead of an officer. However, Judy is determined to follow her dream and make a difference in the world.