Disney Cartoons,
names starting with S

  • Sir Bart  from  The Sword In The Stone

    Sir Bart from The Sword In The Stone

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    In the final battle for the throne, Sir Bart stands with Wart and Pellinore against the others who would take the crown. When Wart finally removes the sword from the stone, it is clear that he is the true king and Sir Bart has been by his side through it all.

  • Sir Ector  from  The Sword In The Stone

    Sir Ector from The Sword In The Stone

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    As Arthur grows more under Merlin’s tutelage and becomes more skilled in magic, Ector begins to resent him. He sees Arthur as a challenge to his authority and is convinced that he is trying to take Kay’s place as Sir Ector’s heir. When Arthur finally reveals his identity as the true king of England, Sir Ector is terrified of what will happen to him and begs for forgiveness. Arthur forgives him, but only after making it clear that things will never be the same between them again.

  • Sir Hiss  from  Robin Hood

    Sir Hiss from Robin Hood

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    Sir Hiss is the treacherous snake henchman of Prince John in Robin Hood. He’s always hissing in Prince John’s ear, trying to warn him of the dangers of his various traps, but he’s rarely listened to. After a failed plan, Sir Hiss often complains about how Prince John didn’t listen to him – but he is usually punished as a result. He’s often the target of Prince John’s temper tantrums, which he tries to halt by reminding Prince John about his mother. Sir Hiss is heartless, saying that he has an absolute skill for encouraging contributions.

  • Sir Kay  from  The Sword In The Stone

    Sir Kay from The Sword In The Stone

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    Sir Kay, the son of Sir Ector, is a skilled knight who is destined to become a king. However, when Arthur, a young boy with no royal lineage, is chosen to be the next king, Sir Kay becomes jealous and angry. He sets out to make Arthur’s life miserable, picking on him and treating him cruelly. But when Arthur proves himself as a brave and true leader, Sir Kay comes to respect him as the rightful king.

  • Sis  from  Robin Hood

    Sis from Robin Hood

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    Sis is a typical young girl, friendly but bossy, who likes to tease her brother Skippy. She may harbor a slight crush on Robin Hood. When she sees him in person, she is surprised by his handsomeness and comments that he looks “just like his reward posters.”

  • Sisu  from  Raya and the Last Dragon

    Sisu from Raya and the Last Dragon

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    When an evil force threatens to plunge the world into darkness, Raya, a lone warrior, must track down the last dragon in order to save her home and people. Along the way she meets Sisu, a kind-hearted dragon with a quick wit and an even quicker temper. With her help, Raya will have to fight tooth and nail to restore peace to her kingdom. But can she do it before it’s too late?

  • Sitka  from  Brother Bear

    Sitka from Brother Bear

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    Sitka loved his younger brothers and would do anything for them. The movie begins with Kenai’s Coming of Age ceremony where every member of the tribe receives an animal totem that represents their personality. His is anBear, which he hates because they steal food from him and Denahi teases him about it. Sitka then tells Kenai about his own ceremony and how his totem is the Eagle, which represents leadership and direction. A few moments later, they discover that a bear has stolen fish from them because Kenai didn’t tie the cords of the basket tightly enough and he rashly goes after the bear.

  • Sitron  from  Frozen

    Sitron from Frozen

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    Sitron is a Fjord horse with a round, strong build. Fjords are solidly built, though not as solid as large drafts, they are a draft-type horse. He is dun-colored, and has a mane of black and off-white. He looks similar to Anna’s horse, though hers is paler gray color with a white-and-black mane.

  • Skinny  from  Dumbo

    Skinny from Dumbo

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    Smitty is a young boy who loves to bully others and cause trouble. When he sees the elephant Dumbo, he immediately starts to make fun of him. Smitty mocks Dumbo by holding up his jacket in imitation of Dumbo’s ears. While Dumbo thinks that Smitty is just playing around, Mrs. Jumbo realizes what’s going on and protects him from the bullies.
    Smitty doesn’t back down though, and he goes into the pen with Dumbo. He drags the poor elephant from under his mother and blows in his ear.

  • Skipper Riley  from  Planes

    Skipper Riley from Planes

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    Skipper Riley is a respected flier who runs his own flight school. But when he meets Mater, a rusty tow truck, he realizes that anyone can learn to fly… guaranteed! Watch as Skipper takes to the skies with Mater and shows him how to reach for the stars. Planes has never been this much fun!

  • Skippy  from  Robin Hood

    Skippy from Robin Hood

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    Skippy is a young rabbit who idolizes the legendary outlaw. Skippy is energetic and excitable, and he often finds himself in trouble with his sisters Sis and Tagalong. But when he meets Toby Turtle, they become fast friends and embark on all kinds of adventures together.
    In the movie, Skippy plays a minor role but still has several appearances.

  • Skullasaurus  from  Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin

    Skullasaurus from Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin

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    Skullasaurus is a regular dinosaur who’s just trying to make it in the big, wide world. When he stumbles upon Pooh and his friends on a grand adventure, he joins in on the fun and finds himself in the middle of an epic search for Christopher Robin. With danger lurking around every turn, can Skullasaurus help Pooh and his friends find their way home?

  • Sled  from  Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings

    Sled from Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings

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    Sled is a loyal and obedience Winter Woods fairy who carries out his orders from the Frost Lord, Milori. When he’s tasked with delivering a book to Dewey, the keeper of fairy knowledge, he has no idea that it will lead him on an adventure to meet Tinker Bell -a warm season fairy who turns out to be Periwinkle’s long lost sister. Though crossing the seasons is strictly forbidden, Sled helps Tinker Bell and Periwinkle find each other again. But when they’re caught by Milori, will they be able to save their wings before it’s too late?

  • Slightly  from  Peter Pan

    Slightly from Peter Pan

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    Slightly is the oldest and most trusted member of the Lost Boys. He’s been with them since the beginning, and he knows every inch of Neverland. When Wendy’s daughter, Jane, becomes the first Lost Girl, Slightly takes her under his wing and shows her the ropes. But when it comes time for Jane to choose between staying in Neverland or going back to reality, Slightly knows that she has to go home; even if it means saying goodbye to his best friend forever.

  • Slim  from  A Bug’s Life

    Slim from A Bug’s Life

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    Slim is a flea and the ringmaster of the circus troupe in A Bug’s Life. He’s known for being greedy and obsessed with money, but his demeanor changes after he and his entire troupe help the ant colony defeat Hopper once and for all.

  • Slinky Dog  from  Toy Story

    Slinky Dog from Toy Story

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    Slinky Dog is the loyal best friend of Woody in the hit movie Toy Story. He’s always there for Woody, no matter what trouble he gets into. But when Woody goes too far and alienates all of his other friends, it’s up to Slinky to help him realize the error of his ways. Can these two pals patch things up before it’s too late? Find out in Toy Story, coming to a theater near you!

  • Slob Elephant  from  The Jungle Book

    Slob Elephant from The Jungle Book

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    The Jungle Book’s Slob Elephant is an elephant who is constantly chewing leaves in his mouth even when he is not supposed to. He is a very unintelligent and sloppyΒ elephant who tramples trees and brush in their path. The Patrol’s theme song is Colonel Hathi’s March, which is heard during their appearances in the first film.

  • Slug  from  A Bug’s Life

    Slug from A Bug’s Life

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    Slug is the ringmaster of the circus troupe who’s greedy, obsessed with money, and not afraid to put on a good show. But when his entire troupe helps the ant colony defeat Hopper once and for all, his demeanor changes.

  • Slug  from  Monsters University

    Slug from Monsters University

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    Roz is the grumpy old slug in Monsters University who always seems to be bugging Mike about paperwork. Roz may be gruff on the outside, but deep down she possesses a sympathetic side. In one of the most touching scenes in Monsters University, Roz allows Mike and Sulley five minutes to say goodbye to Boo before her door is shredded.

  • Smitty  from  Dumbo

    Smitty from Dumbo

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    Smitty is a tall, lanky boy with buck teeth, freckles, and curly red hair. He wears a blue jacket with red innards over a white and lime green striped shirt, blue pants with a red patch on the seat, and brown shoes. He also wears a beanie that matches his shirt by colors.

  • Smitty  from  Monsters Inc.

    Smitty from Monsters Inc.

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    He’s the Monsters, Inc. employee that everyone loves to hate. He’s lazy, he’s clumsy, and he just doesn’t seem to understand how the world works. But when it comes down to it, Smitty is a big softie with a heart of gold. And in the dark hours of the night, when all the monsters are asleep, he comes alive. He’s the one they all call when they need help getting rid of those pesky humans.
    So don’t underestimate him – because you never know when Smitty will save the day.

  • Smokey  from  Cars 3

    Smokey from Cars 3

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    When Lightning McQueen is sidelined with an injury, he remembers his old trainer Smokey and wonders if he can help him train to beat Jackson Storm. With the help of Cruz Ramirez, they travel to Thomasville to find Smokey. But when they get there, they realize that the old truck may be their only hope of winning against the new generation of racers.

  • Sneezy  from  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    Sneezy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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    Sneezy is one of the seven dwarfs in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is known for his sneezes, which are very powerful. Sneezy also has a great sense of smell, and can sniff out anything. He is a loyal friend to Snow White and the other dwarfs, and always has their back.

  • Snotrod  from  Cars

    Snotrod from Cars

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    Snotrod is one of the main characters in Cars. He is a Tuner Car who gets his comeuppance during the end credits of the movie. Snotrod is responsible for putting Mack to sleep and then leaving him behind out on the highway near Radiator Springs. The gang ultimately gets their comeuppance during the end credits of the movie when they make the mistake of speeding in Radiator Springs, causing them to be apprehended by the Sheriff for reckless driving and destruction of property and remanded to the impound yard to do their time.

  • Snow Leopard  from  Zootopia

    Snow Leopard from Zootopia

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    Snow Leopard is the trusted voice of reason in Zootopia. She first appears during the film’s climax, announcing the bad news with her co-anchor – another attack involving a predator going savage during the week following Judy Hopps’ announcement, as well as an unfortunate incident at Gazelle’s peace rally.
    Growley later appears near the end of the film, announcing that Bellwether is now behind bars after being exposed as the mastermind behind the attacks plaguing the city, while Moosebridge covers Mayor Lionheart’s denial of said scheme.

  • Snow White  from  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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    One day, while the Evil Queen was preoccupied with trying to find a way to kill Snow White, she discovered that Snow White had taken refuge in the home of seven friendly dwarfs. The Queen found out about Snow White’s location from her Magic Mirror and disguised herself as an old peddler woman. She created a poisoned apple that she knew would put Snow White into a deep sleep from which she could never wake up. The Evil Queen succeeded in tricking Snow White into eating the poisoned apple by offering it to her as a gift. Once Snow White took a bite of the apple, she fell into a deep

  • Snowball  from  Hercules

    Snowball from Hercules

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    Snowball is a character in the film Hercules. The Thebans first appear in the film complaining about how Thebes is 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.

  • Snowgies  from  Frozen II

    Snowgies from Frozen II

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    The Snowgies are little creatures that come to life and wreak havoc on Anna’s birthday cake. But don’t worry, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf are here to save the day! See the Snowgies perform a spectacular surprise for Anna.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    Sonic the Hedgehog from Wreck-It Ralph

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    Sonic the Hedgehog is the coolest, fastest hedgehog around! He’s always zipping around at super speed, and he’s got a heart of gold. But when he learns that he might not be the only one with special powers, he sets out on a journey to find out more. Along the way, he meets some colorful characters and soon discovers that there’s more to life than being fast.

  • Sour Bill  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    Sour Bill from Wreck-It Ralph

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    Sour Bill is a non-playable character in the arcade game “Sugar Rush”. He is a small, yellow ball-like creature with black eyes and no mouth. He was programmed to act as Princess Vanellope von Schweetz’s (glitch) assistant, but became involved in King Candy’s schemes after the game was hijacked by Turbo. Sour Bill becomes an important figure in Ralph’s quest to save Vanellope and Sugar Rush from being deleted forever.