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Disney Cartoons,
names starting with T

  • T.J. Hummer  from  Cars

    T.J. Hummer from Cars

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    He is a Hummer and an aspiring rapper. He cares a lot about his appearance, and doesn’t like to get scratches or dirt in his rims.

  • Tad  from  Finding Nemo

    Tad from Finding Nemo

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    Tad is a fun-loving clownfish who loves to swim and explore the Great Barrier Reef. He befriends Nemo and helps him escape from the dangerous divers. Tad is always there to lend a helping hand, and he welcomes Nemo and Squirt into the class with open arms.

  • Tadashi Hamada  from  Big Hero 6

    Tadashi Hamada from Big Hero 6

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    Tadashi Hamada was always a caring and driven individual. As a young boy, he tragically lost his parents in a fire. This event only made him stronger, leading him to take care of his younger brother Hiro and help raise him for years to come. When the two of them were finally old enough, Tadashi enrolled himself and Hiro into the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology.
    As an ambitious student, Tadashi quickly rose to the top of his class under the guidance of his mentor Professor Robert Callaghan. It was during this time that Tadashi began working on Baymax.

  • Tae Young  from  Turning Red

    Tae Young from Turning Red

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    Tae Young is a member of the band 4β˜…Town, a popular band that toured all over the world, including Australia. They’ve got a huge following back home in Canada, especially among tweens like Mei.

  • Taffy Vine  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    Taffy Vine from Wreck-It Ralph

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    Taffy Vine is a determined character who wants to prove she’s more than just a pretty face. When her world is threatened by the evil Ralph, Taffy sets out to stop him before he destroys everything she knows and loves. Along the way, she meets new friends and faces challenges she never thought possible, but ultimately triumphs thanks to her courage and determination.

  • Tagalong  from  Robin Hood

    Tagalong from Robin Hood

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    Tagalong never gives up, no matter how hard things get. She’s always looking for ways to help out and make a difference. And she just might have what it takes to save the day when her family and friends need it most.

  • Tail Chief  from  Raya and the Last Dragon

    Tail Chief from Raya and the Last Dragon

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    When warring dragon clans threatened the land of Kumandra, the Tail Chief was one of the leaders who fought to keep her people safe. But when a greedy thief stole a powerful Dragon Gem, the Tail Chief found herself trapped in her own home, surrounded by her own traps. Now, she must team up with Raya, the last dragon, to get the gem back and save her people.

  • Tall Theban  from  Hercules

    Tall Theban from Hercules

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    Now the people of Thebes need a hero more than ever as they face their darkest hour. Tall Theban is that hero. Called upon to save his city from complete destruction, Tall Theban must use all of his strength and courage to defeat the Hydra, and save the day.

  • Tall Troll  from  Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure

    Tall Troll from Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure

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    Tinker Bell is excited to be a part of the Pixie Dust Tree’s Autumn Revelry, but her excitement turns to fear when she learns that the mischievous Tall Troll has his eyes set on the magical Moonstone. Can Tinker Bell and her friends stop the Tall Troll before he destroys the Pixie Dust Tree and ruins the Autumn Revelry forever?

  • Talon Labarthe  from  Ratatouille

    Talon Labarthe from Ratatouille

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    Talon Labarthe is Skinner’s slick and sophisticated lawyer who always has his eye on the prize. When Skinner shockingly finds out Linguini is Gusteau’s son, Talon is quick to act, performing a DNA test and confirming that Linguini is Gusteau’s son. He keeps calm when Skinner loses control of himself after hearing the news, advising Skinner to wait out the will’s two year deadline so he can fire Linguini without anyone ever knowing. Talon Labarthe always gets what he wants–and he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty to do it.

  • Tamatoa  from  Moana

    Tamatoa from Moana

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    From the depths of Lalotai comes Tamatoa, a gargantuan coconut crab with a taste for all things shiny. For centuries, he has plotted to steal the heart of the island goddess Te Fiti in order to control the ultimate power of creation. But his obsession has driven him into madness, and now he will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Watch out, Moana, because Tamatoa is coming for you!

  • Tanana  from  Brother Bear

    Tanana from Brother Bear

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    Tanana is the Grandmother of her tribe, and their beat wisdom keeper. She has always been gifted with the ability to commune with the great spirits, and act as a shaman-woman for her people. Tanana cares deeply for every member of her tribe, and only wants what is best for them.

  • Tantor  from  Tarzan

    Tantor from Tarzan

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    Tantor, the cowardly but lovable elephant, is Tarzan’s best friend. Despite his many phobias, he is always there for his friends when they need him. Join Tantor on his adventures as he overcomes his fears and helps Tarzan protect the jungle from evil.

  • Tapper  from  Wreck-It Ralph

    Tapper from Wreck-It Ralph

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    Tapper is the owner of the local video game hangout in Wreck-It Ralph. He’s a gruff but lovable guy who looks out for all the kids that come into his arcade. When Ralph shows up, Tapper takes him under his wing and helps him on his quest to become a hero. Along the way, they meet some colorful characters and have plenty of adventures. In the end, Tapper is there for Ralph when he needs it most – proving that sometimes the best heroes are the ones who don’t even try to be heroic.

  • Taran  from  The Black Cauldron

    Taran from The Black Cauldron

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    Taran stumbles upon the dark Fair Folk being led by the Horned King. The evil king and his Gwythaints attempt to take Hen Wen for her powers of divination, but Taran protects her at the cost of capture. After being taken to the Horned King’s castle, he befriends Princess Eilonwy and Gurgi, two other captives who aid in his escape.
    Taran then sets out on a journey with Hen Wen, Eilonwy, and Gurgi to find the Black Cauldron before the Horned King.

  • Tarzan  from  Tarzan

    Tarzan from Tarzan

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    Tarzan is an exciting story of a young man who was raised by gorillas and discovers he is actually human. He meets Jane, a beautiful woman who comes to the jungle with her father and Clayton, an evil hunter. Tarzan falls in love with Jane, but Clayton wants to capture the gorillas and kill Tarzan.Tarzan must fight to protect his family and friends and defeat Clayton.

  • Ted  from  Finding Nemo

    Ted from Finding Nemo

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    Ted is the father of Nemo in Finding Nemo. He’s a widower raising his son on his own. When Nemo goes missing, Ted drops everything to find him. Along the way, he meets some colorful characters and learns that family is the most important thing in life.

  • Terence  from  Tinker Bell

    Terence from Tinker Bell

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    Terence is a character in the movie Tinker Bell who is generally calm and logical. He thinks things through carefully and has a certain amount of simplistic wisdom. He enjoys playing games and helping Tinker Bell with her inventions, but he still takes his work as a Dust Keeper very seriously.

  • Terpisichore the Muse of Dance  from  Hercules

    Terpisichore the Muse of Dance from Hercules

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    When Adonis volunteers the two left feet Hercules for the school dance, the Muse of Dance Terpisichore helps him out by inspiring him to dance. His clumsiness is put to the test when he is offered the lead role in the dance, and a stubborn Phil does not think heroes should dance (believing that dancing is “un-manly”). But with Terpsichore’s help, Hercules learns to embrace his inner dancer and shows everyone at the school that dancing is for everyone.

  • Terri Perry  from  Monsters University

    Terri Perry from Monsters University

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    Terri and Terry Perry are conjoined twins who share a body with seven tentacles. While they have opposite personalities, they are always there for each other. They failed their scare exam, but that didn’t stop them from pursuing their dreams. Terri is now a dance major and Terry is an English major. They may not be the best at scaring people, but they make up for it in other ways. Terri can dance and Terry can perform close-up magic. When they work together, nothing can stop them!

  • Tetti-Tatti  from  Make Mine Music

    Tetti-Tatti from Make Mine Music

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    The outrageous Professor Tetti-Tatti is on a quest to kill a whale! That’s right, folks, this is no ordinary whale. Willie the Sperm Whale has apparently eaten an opera singer and can sing beautifully himself. Tetti-Tatti is certain that he can rescue the singer if he kills the whale and opens up its stomach. But Willie is a gentle creature who only wants to be famous for his voice. Can Tetti-Tatti get over his hatred of whales long enough to save someone’s life?

  • Tex Dinoco  from  Cars

    Tex Dinoco from Cars

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    Tex Dinoco knows what it takes to be a winner. He’s been in the business for over 20 years and has seen all the ups and downs that come with it. Now, he’s looking for a new racer to take over the Dinoco sponsorship after The King retires. He wants someone who is skilled, but also someone who displays sportsmanship and good character. When he meets Lightning McQueen, he sees all of those qualities in him. Tex offers him the sponsorship, knowing that McQueen has what it takes to be a champion.

  • Thalia the Muse of Comedy  from  Hercules

    Thalia the Muse of Comedy from Hercules

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    Step into the mythical world of Hercules, and meet Thalia the Muse of Comedy. As one of the five lovely goddesses who preside over the arts, Thalia sings of the tales of ancient Greece in a gospel choir style. She and her sisters claim to be Hercules’ biggest fans, narrating the movie and singing in four of its six songs.
    Thalia and her fellow Muses possess the natural powers and abilities of Olympian deities, including immortality, omnipresence, vast stamina, reflexes and strength beyond that of normal humans.

  • The Horned King  from  The Black Cauldron

    The Horned King from The Black Cauldron

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    He’s coming. The Horned King. And he wants nothing more than to become a god among mortals. He’s cold, calculated, and will stop at nothing to achieve his goals. His underlings don’t even know what he is, but they fear him nonetheless. He’s the one who awakens the Cauldron Born, and he’s not afraid to show his true colors. Be prepared for the fight of your life when The Horned King comes knocking at your door.

  • The North Wind  from  Frozen II

    The North Wind from Frozen II

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    The North Wind has always been there for Elsa, ever since she was a little girl. When Elsa’s mother passed away, the North Wind became her only friend. And when Elsa found herself in trouble, the North Wind was always there to help her. But now, the North Wind is in trouble. The forest Incantata is in danger, and only the fifth spirit can save it. CanElsa find the courage to become thespirit? And will she be able to save the Forest before it’s too late?

  • The Underminer  from  The Incredibles

    The Underminer from The Incredibles

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    The Underminer is a terrorist and bank robber who appears in a flashback by Tony Rydinger. He is famous for his quote, “I’m always underneath, waiting for the right moment to strike!”Tony runs away and hides from him under a car. The Underminer is also booked as a Terrorist and Bank Robber, which were not present traits in Rise of The Underminer, released 13 years before.

  • Theme Song Guy  from  The Emperor’s New Groove

    Theme Song Guy from The Emperor’s New Groove

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    He’s the man with the plan, and he knows just what to do. He’s got all the answers, and he’s never wrong. He’s the Theme Song Guy, Kuzco’s number one fan!
    When Kuzco’s palace is under control, there’s only one man for the job. Theme Song Guy knows exactly what to do to get things back on track. With a little help from his friends, of course.
    This guy is always ready with a catchy tune and some great dance moves. He gets everyone moving and grooving, no matter what the situation is.

  • Theodore Ted Pauley  from  Monsters Inc.

    Theodore Ted Pauley from Monsters Inc.

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    Theodore Ted Pauley is one of the new monsters who is being trained by Mr. Waternoose. He is having a hard time because he keeps tripping and falling when he tries to scare the kids. One day, he is called to a room where a little boy named Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) is sleeping. When Ted opens the door, he accidentally falls into the room and scares Mike. The alarm goes off and Ted is sent back to the training room.

  • Thomas  from  Pocahontas

    Thomas from Pocahontas

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    In 1607, Thomas sets off on an expedition to North America funded by the Virginia Company. He kisses his parents and little sister goodbye in London and sets off to meet his comrades Ben and Lon. Upon arrival, they notice the adventurer John Smith and immediately start singing his praises. Thomas is in awe of Smith and can’t wait to see what he will do next.

  • Thomas O Malley  from  The Aristocats

    Thomas O Malley from The Aristocats

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    Thomas O’Malley is a streetwise tomcat who relishes his life of freedom out in the open with no rules and no responsibilities. However, all of this changes when he meets Duchess for the first time. He falls in love with Duchess at first sight, and quickly starts flirting with and serenading her – although he was obviously a little turned off upon learning that Duchess had children.
    However, Thomas almost instantly bonds with Duchess’s kittens (who return the sentiment), and he becomes like a father to them. Also, when faced with adversity, Thomas will indeed rise to the occasion.