Disney Cartoons,
names starting with W

  • Wahn  from  Raya and the Last Dragon

    Wahn from Raya and the Last Dragon

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    Wahn is the brains of the operation. He’s small and quick, but also observant and calculating. His ‘hairdo’ features a single long braid down the center of his head. Wahn is street-smart and uses this to his advantage in getting what he wants from unsuspecting victims. He can be quite persuasive when he wants to be.

  • WALL-E  from  WALL-E

    WALL-E from WALL-E

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    WALL-E, a waste-collecting robot, was the last robot that was left on Earth when all humans had left and has been alone for 700 years! Luckily, he’s found love with EVE, a sleek search robot, and he’ll do anything to protect her. But when their worlds collide, can they find a way to be together?

  • Walrus  from  Alice In Wonderland

    Walrus from Alice In Wonderland

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    Walrus is the leader of the duo, and a force to be reckoned with. He’s like Honest John from Pinocchio, but even more conniving and self-serving. work is the last thing on his mind – all he cares about is getting what he wants. He’s also incredibly greedy, as evidenced by his willingness to eat all of the oysters – leaving Carpenter out of the feast entirely.
    Carpenter believes that they can improve their lives by finding employment, but Walrus couldn’t care less. He’s content to live in the moment.

  • Walter  from  Beauty and the Beast

    Walter from Beauty and the Beast

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    Walter, a young prince, was living in a beautiful castle. One winter evening, an old beggar woman knocked on his door and asked for shelter in exchange for a rose; the prince, disgusted, drove her away rudely. The beggar woman then transformed into a beautiful fairy who had wanted to test the prince’s goodness of heart. Realizing the young man’s cruelty, the fairy punished him by transforming him into a horrible Beast and cast an enchantment on his castle, which became a dark and gloomy place, and on his occupants, who turned into animate objects.

  • Wardrobe  from  Beauty and the Beast

    Wardrobe from Beauty and the Beast

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    Wardrobe was once an opera singer, hailed as the brightest star to ever grace the stage. She performed at the Royal Opera and the King of France himself watched her. But then, she was turned into a wardrobe. Now, she helps Belle and Beast on their journey to find love. Can Wardrobe help them break the curse?

  • Wasabi  from  Big Hero 6

    Wasabi from Big Hero 6

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    After being inspired by his brother’s bravery, Wasabi overcomes his fears and joins the team of superheroes known as Big Hero 6. Together, they use their smarts and science to stop the villainous Yokai from wreaking havoc on their city. WithWasabi’s level-headedness, the team is able to stay one step ahead of their enemy and foil his plans. Go Go may not always see eye to eye with Wasabi, but she knows that his lawful nature is an asset to the team. In the end, they all must work together to save the day.

  • Watson  from  The Great Mouse Detective

    Watson from The Great Mouse Detective

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    Watson is the trusted sidekick of the great detective Sherlock. When Basil and his friends first observe Watson, he is in the company of Sherlock as they discuss a case. It’s clear that these two have a strong partnership built on trust and respect. As they investigate the case further, it becomes increasingly dangerous. But with Watson by his side, Sherlock knows he can solve anything!

  • Waylon  from  The Fox and the Hound 2

    Waylon from The Fox and the Hound 2

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    After being separated for years, Waylon and Floyd are finally reunited… and they’ve got a mission.
    With Dixie by their side, they’re determined to find the rest of the “Singin’ Strays” and get the gang back together.
    It won’t be easy, but with perseverance (and a whole lot of howling), they just might succeed.

  • Webby Vanderquack  from  DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp

    Webby Vanderquack from DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp

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    Webby is an extremely affectionate, adorable, and emotional little duckling who has a great love for animals. She’s never without her “Quacky-Patch” doll–a small stitched doll that looks exactly like her and sometimes keeps small tokens like jellybeans and marbles inside a hole in its stitching. Webby’s love for animals is her greatest asset since she seems to be able to tame even the most exotic creatures including dinosaurs and a Snow Monster. Her only conflict with animals came when she got lost in the Outback–her doll was stolen by a koala and she was chased by war.

  • Webster  from  Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World

    Webster from Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World

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    Webster is the castle’s writer, who was transformed into a dictionary. While he means well, he often speaks at the wrong time, much to the annoyance of Lumiere and Cogsworth. This leads to a falling out between Belle and the Beast, with Webster eventually being exiled from the castle. However, all is forgiven in the end when Belle brings him back.

  • Wee Dingwall  from  Brave

    Wee Dingwall from Brave

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    Wee Dingwall was born into royalty, but he was never quite comfortable in the spotlight. He much preferred to stay in the background and let his father, Lord Dingwall, take care of business. But when Lord Dingwall arranged for Wee Dingwall to compete for Princess Merida’s hand in marriage, Wee Dingwall knew he had to step up and give it his best shot.
    Wee Dingwall competed against two other suitors in an archery contest, and despite being scared out of his wits, he managed to hit a perfect bullseye.

  • Weird Girl  from  Frankenweenie

    Weird Girl from Frankenweenie

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    She’s not like the other kids. They don’t understand her, and she doesn’t care to try to fit in. She has her own way of looking at the world, and it’s a little…creepy.
    But that’s just who Weird Girl is. And her fluffy white cat Mr. Whiskers is always by her side. Loyal and unblinking, just like his owner. The other kids give them a wide berth – especially when Weird Girl starts talking about Mr. Whiskers’ dreams…

  • Wendy Darling  from  Peter Pan

    Wendy Darling from Peter Pan

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    Wendy Darling first appears when she comes into the nursery with a towel in her hand. As Jean and Michel are playing the roles of Captain Hook and Peter Pan respectively, she corrects Jean: as the supreme authority on all things related to Peter Pan, she reminds her brother that the pirate wears his hook on his left hand, not his right, before leaving them to it. Mr. Darling is looking for his waistcoat, getting ready for an important reception, and he discovers it instead covered in treasure map makeup. When he asks his sons what happened, they explain that they were playing make-believe.

  • Wesley  from  Home On The Range

    Wesley from Home On The Range

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    Wesley is a scrawny businessman who’s focused on making money. He sells the cattle that Alameda Slim steals and puts up with Slim’s chaotic methods because it means more money in his pocket. But when things start to go south, Wesley has to put his business sense aside and get creative if he wants to come out on top.

  • Whale  from  Finding Nemo

    Whale from Finding Nemo

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    In the depths of the ocean, a large blue whale lurks. This gentle giant only eats krill, but is the largest animal on Earth. Though he appears dangerous, he is actually harmless to Marlin and Dory. The two fish become stuck in his blowhole, but he eventually helps them escape to safety in Sydney Harbour.

  • Wheezy  from  Toy Story 2

    Wheezy from Toy Story 2

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    Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of the gang embark on a daring rescue mission to find Wheezy, a gentle toy penguin with a red bowtie who was either given away or sold. Along the way, they encounter new friends and old enemies.

  • White Rabbit  from  Alice In Wonderland

    White Rabbit from Alice In Wonderland

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    Alice in Wonderland? is a story about a girl who falls down a rabbit hole and into a fantastical world. The White Rabbit is one of the many strange characters she meets along the way. He’s jittery, high-strung, and not particularly kind to Alice. But he’s not villainous. He’s just following orders from the Queen of Hearts. Ultimately, he’s a neutral figure in the story.

  • Whizzer  from  One Hundred and One Dalmatians

    Whizzer from One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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    Whizzer is a lovable character in the popular movie One Hundred and One Dalmatians. He is best friends with Dipstick and is always up for a good time. Whizzer loves to make people laugh and is always there to support his friends.

  • Wide Chick Pitty  from  Cars

    Wide Chick Pitty from Cars

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    Wide Chick Pitty is a friendly and helpful Italian car who loves nothing more than a good race. But when teasers from the Hostile Takeover Bank team start to get under his skin,

  • Widow Tweed  from  The Fox and the Hound

    Widow Tweed from The Fox and the Hound

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    The young fox cub Tod is taken in by a kindly widow woman named Widow Tweed. Despite the objections of her neighbor, Amos Slade, an ill-tempered man who hates all animals, Widow Tweed raises Tod as her own. As he grows older, Tod becomes friends with Copper, Slade’s hound dog pup. However, when they grow up, their friendship is put to the test as Slade trains Copper to be a hunting dog while Tod must learn to fend for himself in the wilderness.

  • Wiggins  from  Pocahontas

    Wiggins from Pocahontas

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    Wiggins was the manservant to Governor Ratcliffe. He was a foolish and clueless man.

  • Wilbur  from  The Rescuers Down Under

    Wilbur from The Rescuers Down Under

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    After a daring rescue mission to Australia, Wilbur the Albatross is back home in America, recuperating from a series ofuitous events that left him hospitalized. But his friends Bernard and Bianca promise they’ll come back for him as soon as they find Cody.

  • Wilbur Robinson  from  Meet the Robinsons

    Wilbur Robinson from Meet the Robinsons

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    As a young boy, Wilbur often found himself in trouble. But he always had a backup plan to get himself out of it. He was impatient and often moved quickly. During his time travels, he used stealth and generally acted in the manner of his fake persona as a “Time Continuum Task Force” officer until Lewis saw through his façade. Wilbur generally acted very confident, but he was rather careful about trying to keep Lewis’ cover until realizing he couldn’t keep the act up. So he exposed him.

  • Wilden Lightfoot  from  Onward

    Wilden Lightfoot from Onward

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    Wilden Lightfoot was an unconfident young elf who eventually grew to be a much bolder and easygoing man. He attended Willowdale College where everyone took notice of his colorful personality and the kinky purple socks he would wear every day (according to his aside college friend Gaxton). Later on Wilden became an accountant just before he met, dated, and eventually happily married Laurel and then had their first son with her, Barley.
    A few years later, Wilden suffered a sudden illness just as Laurel was pregnant with their second son, Ian.

  • Wilhelmina Bertha Packard  from  Atlantis: The Lost Empire

    Wilhelmina Bertha Packard from Atlantis: The Lost Empire

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    She’s been called many things in her lifetime – a vixen, a temptress, a heartbreaker. But one thing is for sure: Wilhelmina Bertha Packard doesn’t give up easily.
    The daughter of traveling performers, Wilhelmina grew up on the road. At the age of 16, she joined the Flora Dora Girls – an exotic dance troupe that toured the country. It was during this time that she met Dennis Whitehead, a U.S. Cavalry Officer. The two married in 1870.

  • Willie Brothers  from  Home On The Range

    Willie Brothers from Home On The Range

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    The Willie Brothers are three brothers who are extremely slow and dumb. Phil wears red, Gil wears yellow and Bill wears blue. They don’t seem to be very evil in the slightest; just dim-witted and not very intelligent. They are not malicious like their uncle and don’t possess any evil intention to be like him. However, the brothers do have some level of endurance, such as withstanding multiple slaps and hits from Slim and seemingly recovering from being kicked by Slim’s boot. They are loyal to their uncle and willingly aid him in his crimes.

  • Willie the Giant  from  Fun and Fancy Free

    Willie the Giant from Fun and Fancy Free

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    No one knows where Willie came from, but everyone knows he’s the meanest, most powerful giant around. All he has to do is chant “Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum” and he can change his size or appearance, fly, and become invisible. But despite his amazing powers, Willie is just a big kid at heart. He loves toys and can’t pronounce certain words correctly. His favorite food is chocolate pot roast with pistachio, which probably explains why he’s so overweight. Willie can also be very greedy and uncaring.

  • Willie the Whale  from  Make Mine Music

    Willie the Whale from Make Mine Music

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    Willie the Whale is a remarkable operatic whale, discovered by a group of sailors who were looking for anything but. Willie simply adored opera, and would sing for any sailors in earshot, leading to the investigations of just how this was possible. Most notably, Tetti-Tatti the Opera Director, who couldn’t believe that a whale could actually sing Opera and decided that Willie must have swallowed an opera singer, taking a trio of tough sailors with him to try and rescue the Opera singers so they could perform for him.

  • Winchell P. Bickerstaff  from  The Fox and the Hound 2

    Winchell P. Bickerstaff from The Fox and the Hound 2

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    Winchell P. Bickerstaff is a talent scout for the Grand Ole Opry. He’s on the lookout for new talent at the country fair when he’s accompanied by Olivia Farmer, a little girl who helps him with his quest. The Singin’ Strays hope to impress Bickerstaff and be chosen for the Opry, but Dixie’s jealousy gets in the way and ruins the show. The band tracks Bickerstaff down at a local diner and sings for him, finally impressing him enough to be chosen for the Opry.

  • Wind Titan  from  Hercules

    Wind Titan from Hercules

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    In the ancient world, there was a battle between the gods and the Titans. The Titans were defeated and imprisoned in another realm. Wind Titan is one of those Titans. He has been imprisoned for centuries, but he has finally escaped. He is determined to take revenge on the gods. He is powerful and unstoppable. Hercules must stop him before he destroys everything.