Disney Cartoons,
names starting with S

  • Sa luk  from  Aladdin and the King of Thieves

    Sa luk from Aladdin and the King of Thieves

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    Sa’Luk is the main antagonist of Aladdin and the King of Thieves. He is a ruthless, violent thug with a “take-no-prisoner” philosophy and takes sadistic pleasure in killing. He always hated Cassim, denouncing him as “soft,” and usurping him as leader of the Forty Thieves is one of his primary motives throughout the movie. While not openly power-mad, he is considerably greedy, given his own desire to obtain the fabled Hand of Midas on top of his plans for control. Sa’Luk is also quite vengeful.

  • Sabor  from  Tarzan

    Sabor from Tarzan

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    Sabor is one of the most lethal fighters in Disney to date: exceptionally deadly in battle and ruthless as a carnivore. While still a young adult, she killed and devoured the infant son of Kerchak and Kala, slaughtered both of Tarzan’s parents, and fought Kala over the infant Tarzan, although Kala managed to escape with the baby. Approximately twenty years later, Sabor has not only lived a remarkably long life for a leopard but is still an incredibly lethal hunter.

  • Sadness  from  Inside Out

    Sadness from Inside Out

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    Sadness has been pushed aside and treated badly because she doesn’t fit into the perfect, happy world that everyone else wants. She’s sensitive and melancholic, and she feels genuinely hurt by the abandonment of her friend Joy. But Sadness yearns to earn her place among the other emotions, even though they don’t believe she has a purpose.

  • Saitine  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    Saitine from Wreck-It Ralph

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    Saitine is a video game character who appears in the film Wreck-It Ralph. She is a bar patron in the Tappers scene, and is also seen in the Clu Clu Land and Super Mario Bros. scenes.

  • Sally Carrera  from  Cars

    Sally Carrera from Cars

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    When Cars was in development, Sally Carrera was originally going to be a Mustang car. However, the team decided that she would be more ladylike if she were changed to a Porsche, specifically the 911 Carrera model. This decision was made based on John Lasseter’s observation that the lines on a Porsche are what makes a Porsche car fit for Sally to be based on.
    Pixar also based Sally on Dawn Welch, who was known for running the Rock CafΓ© on Route 66 and tried to promote and rebuild the town of Stroud, Oklahoma after it was damaged by a tornado in 1999.

  • Sam McKeane  from  Atlantis: Milo’s Return

    Sam McKeane from Atlantis: Milo’s Return

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    Sam McKeane is an old friend of Mr. Whitmore who is taken care of by his nurse after being attacked by Sand Coyotes and finding an Atlantean medallion in a pot in his hut. When Milo and his friends go to inspect his hut, they see that the pot is missing, but McKeane tells them that it must have been stolen by Ashtin Carnaby.

  • Samson  from  Sleeping Beauty

    Samson from Sleeping Beauty

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    16 years after Maleficent’s curse, Samson is first introduced with Phillip. The two are out riding when Phillip is suddenly intrigued by the beautiful singing voice of a peasant girl and determined to investigate. Samson is initially against this course change but goes along after Phillip promises him an extra bag of oats and carrots to eat. However, after failing to woo her due to falling into a creek, an embarrassed Phillips denies Samson those extra carrots.

  • Sarabi  from  The Lion King

    Sarabi from The Lion King

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    Sarabi is the strong and wise queen of Pride Rock. She is a brave lioness who leads her hunting group with courage. She is also gentle and loving, with a sense of humor. Sarabi originally had yellow-orange fur, but in later concepts she had gray fur with a white muzzle and chest. Her red eyes and ear rims are distinctive features that remain unchanged through her development.

  • Sarafina  from  The Lion King

    Sarafina from The Lion King

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    Sarafina is a minor character in The Lion King, appearing in only a handful of scenes and with only one line of dialogue.
    Little is known about her past, although she mated with an unnamed lion with whom she had a daughter named Nala. However, as Nala would be betrothed to Simba as part of a long-standing tradition, it can be assumed that Sarafina accepted the betrothal at some point.

  • Sarah Hawkins  from  Treasure Planet

    Sarah Hawkins from Treasure Planet

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    Sarah Hawkins is a hardworking woman who does everything she can to take care of her son, Jim. Ever since Jim’s father left, he’s had a hard time recovering and has constantly been in trouble and failing in school. Sarah does her best to try and convince him to not give up on his future, but when Jim is brought in by the robo-cops, she realizes that he might be headed down a dangerous path. When pirates attack the Benbow Inn and burn it down, Sarah is taken to Delbert’s mansion where she tries to come to terms with what’s happening.

  • Sarge  from  Cars

    Sarge from Cars

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    Sarge is a brave and daring military jeep who served in World War 2. He was awarded the Grille Badge of True Mettle for his heroic actions in the Battle of the Bulge, where he towed a tank to safety. Sarge now lives in Radiator Springs, where he runs a surplus store and sells his own Mother Road Survival Kit. He is a strong believer in order and discipline, and his lawn is always perfectly manicured.

  • Sarge  from  Toy Story

    Sarge from Toy Story

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    When Andy’s toys need help, they call on Sarge and his bucket ‘o’ soldiers. These disciplined professionals are masters of reconnaissance, with a leave-no-man-behind policy. They go on missions to check up on Andy’s activities with his friends or family, and frequently help out their fellow toys. With their assistance, the toys discover what presents Andy and Molly are getting on birthdays and Christmas. But when Woody is accused of throwing Buzz out of the window, Sarge is ordered to kill him. Can Woody escape? And will Sarge find the true culprit before it’s too late?

  • Sarousch  from  The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2

    Sarousch from The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2

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    He’s a thief, a coward, and a liar. Sarousch is the kind of man who will do anything to get what he wants. He kidnapped Madellaine when she was caught stealing from him, and has been using her ever since. But when Captain Phoebus confronts him, he blames her for his crimes. Sarousch is nothing but a selfish, heartless monster.

  • Scamp  from  Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure

    Scamp from Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure

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    Scamp is the adventure-seeking pup in Disney’s “Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure.” He’s always looking for a way to break the rules and have some fun. But when his wild ways get him into trouble, he learns that being part of a family doesn’t mean you have to be perfect. From the makers of the original classic, “Scamp’s Adventure” is a heartwarming tale of love, laughter and what it means to be home.

  • Scar  from  The Lion King

    Scar from The Lion King

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    Scar was born to be king. But when his brother mufasa was chosen instead, he became bitter and resentful. He met three hyenas who told him that if he could make mufasa look like a failure, then he would be the one to take the throne. So he tricked his brother into going down to the waterhole, where a buffalo was causing trouble. Mufasa tried to reason with the buffalo, but scar roared and ordered it to fight Mufasa.

  • Scat Cat  from  The Aristocats

    Scat Cat from The Aristocats

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    Scat Cat is the alley cat leader in “The Aristocats.” He’s a cool cat who knows how to have a good time. When Thomas O’Malley brings Duchess and her three kittens to his penthouse, Scat Cat and his gang are there to show them a good time. They sing and play their instruments while O’Malley and Duchess dance. Duchess sings a beautiful solo on the harp that enchants everyone, even Scat Cat. When they’re finished, Scat Cat and his gang leave the penthouse with the other alley cats.

  • Scott Squibbles  from  Monsters University

    Scott Squibbles from Monsters University

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    Scott Squibbles was just your average Monsters University student, trying to make his way in the world. But when he realized that he had the power to be truly scary, he decided to use it to his advantage. With his newfound strength, Scott quickly rose to the top of the university’s class rankings. But can he keep up the act when it comes time for graduation?

  • Scottie  from  One Hundred and One Dalmatians

    Scottie from One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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    Scottie is a small terrier who plays a big role in the film One Hundred and One Dalmatians. When Pongo’s 15 Dalmatian puppies are stolen by Jasper and Horace, Scottie is one of the first dogs to answer Pongo’s message. He asks Danny, a Great Dane, who was barking and is told that it’s Pongo and that 15 puppies have been stolen. They both signal the other dogs to form a “Twilight Bark” across London and the message reaches to Towser at Suffolk, who then sends it to his friend, the Colonel.

  • Scratchy  from  Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure

    Scratchy from Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure

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    Scratchy and Sparky are two best friends that have seen better days. They live in a junkyard and spend their days trying to get rid of their fleas and helping out their friends. One day, they finally get adopted by a family and learn what it means to be loved. Get your tissues ready, because you’re going to need them for this touching tale of friendship and love.

  • Screenslaver  from  Incredibles 2

    Screenslaver from Incredibles 2

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    Screenslaver is a villain who uses hypnotism and technology to control his victims. Elastigirl is the only one who can stop him, using her own skills and intelligence to track him down. In the end, justice is served and Screenslaver is arrested.

  • Scroop  from  Treasure Planet

    Scroop from Treasure Planet

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    Scroop is the most feared pirate in all of Treasure Planet. He’s ruthless, cunning, and will stop at nothing to get what he wants. When Jim Hawkins overhears Scroop plotting to kill him, he knows he has to act fast. With the help of Captain Silver and the crew, Jim sets out to find the treasure before Scroop can get his hands on it. But this is a fight for survival, and only one man can come out on top.

  • Scullery Maid  from  The Sword In The Stone

    Scullery Maid from The Sword In The Stone

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    The scullery maid is a minor character in the 1963 Disney film The Sword in the Stone. She is seen when she sees the dishes fly through the air and panics. She warns Sir Ector and Kay who were busy training for the tournament. While Ector and Kay tried unsuccessfully to fight off the enchanted dishes, she was of no help at all. When Wart and Merlin arrive in the bewitched kitchen, Eector confronts Merlin and the Scullery maid threatens Merlin, who disappears. She is still amazed to see him disappear.

  • Scuttle  from  The Little Mermaid

    Scuttle from The Little Mermaid

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    Scuttle was born as Scuttlebutt, but it was changed for obvious reasons. He lived off the coast of Prince Eric’s kingdom. Throughout his life, he’s had numerous (accidental and nearly fatal) encounters with humans, which has led him to believe that he’s an expert on human culture and human objects. Ariel, a princess from Atlantica who is fascinated by humans, regularly comes to him for help in identifying items she salvages. However, his identifications are usually nonsense.

  • Seadog  from  The Little Mermaid

    Seadog from The Little Mermaid

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    Seadog is first seen aboard Prince Eric’s ship in the opening scene. He is still there when Ariel spies on Prince Eric’s birthday party. While prancing around, Seadog catches Ariel’s scent and tracks her down at her hiding place. Ariel gets scared and hides, but then glances back in curiosity and comes face to face with a panting Seadog. Immediately taking a liking to Ariel, Seadog licks her cheek affectionately before being called away by Eric.

  • Seagull  from  Peter Pan

    Seagull from Peter Pan

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    As the right-hand man to one of the most feared pirates in all the land, Mr. Smee seems like a menacing figure. But those who know him best know that he’s really just a big teddy bear. Even though he tries to be scary and mean, his kind heart always gets in the way. All he really wants is for peace and stability within Captain Hook’s life.

  • Seagulls  from  Finding Nemo

    Seagulls from Finding Nemo

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    Welcome to the world of Finding Nemo, where our protagonist is a small but determined clownfish named Nemo. On his journey through the vast and dangerous ocean, he’ll encounter many challenges…and some unlikely friends. Among them are a pair of seagulls who may just be the key to finding Nemo’s way home.
    But beware…these seagulls are not to be underestimated. They’re portrayed as greedy, single-minded eating machines who only shout one word: “Mine!” Will they help Nemo find his way home? Or will they just end up being a nuisance?

  • Seahorse Herald  from  The Little Mermaid

    Seahorse Herald from The Little Mermaid

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    Seahorse Herald is first seen at the royal concert, announcing the arrivals of King Triton and the court composer, Sebastian. Later, he is seen telling Sebastian that King Triton wants to speak to him about Ariel’s lovestruck behavior, causing Sebastian to mistakenly think that he knows that Ariel is in love with a human, which in turn causes him to accidentally blurt out the secret and anger Triton enough that he destroys Ariel’s secret grotto.

  • Sebastian  from  The Little Mermaid

    Sebastian from The Little Mermaid

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    Sebastian is a crab with a Jamaican accent who works as King Triton’s assistant. He is fun-loving and has a developed relationship with Ariel. He went to Music Academy in Trinidad prior to joining King Triton’s staff.

  • Secretary of the Interior  from  Planes: Fire & Rescue

    Secretary of the Interior from Planes: Fire & Rescue

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    The Secretary of the Interior is a man who knows the forests and parks like the back of his hand. He’s a conservationist at heart, and he’s devoted to his job of protecting these natural wonders. But when a massive wildfire threatens the lives of everyone in the park, theSecretary of the Interior races against time to save them all. Can he put out the flames before it’s too late?

  • SeΓ±ora GuzmΓ‘n  from  Encanto

    SeΓ±ora GuzmΓ‘n from Encanto

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    “You’re not getting any younger, Mariano.” That’s what SeΓ±ora GuzmΓ‘n tell her son as they walk up to Casa Madrigal. He’s come to propose to Isabela, and she’s come along to support him. But the dinner goes disastrously wrong when a series of events exposes the truth about what’s been happening to the mirage. The proposal is ruined, and Mariano ends up with a broken nose.