Disney Cartoons,
names starting with H

  • Hades  from  Hercules

    Hades from Hercules

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    Hades, the God of the Underworld, was not always so unhappy with his lot in life. He was once a carefree deity, living among the other Olympians on Mount Olympus. But then Zeus granted him ownership of the Underworld, and everything changed. Hades found himself in a dark and dreary place, surrounded by souls of the dead. He soon grew to despise his job, and he began plotting to overthrow Zeus and take over Mount Olympus for himself. But Hades is not strong enough to take on Zeus alone. He needs allies, so he often turns to beasts and creatures lurking around Greece.

  • Hakeem  from  Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams

    Hakeem from Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams

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    Hakeem is a street-smart teenager who dreams of one day becoming a prince. When Hakeem’s best friend, Ali, is kidnapped by the evil sorceress Nasira, Hakeem sets out on a daring rescue mission. Along the way, Hakeem must use his quick wit and unique street smarts to defeat Nasira and save his friend. With the help of Jasmine and the Magic Carpet, Hakeem may just find that anything is possible.

  • Hal  from  WALL-E

    Hal from WALL-E

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    Hal is a cockroach that is WALL-E’s friend and pet. He is extremely resistant, as he manages to not only survive the devastated near-lifeless Earth, but also getting stepped on by WALL-E and shot by EVE without suffering harm. Hal likes eating Kremies as his food. He stays on Earth when WALL-E leaves the planet because WALL-E orders him to do so.

  • Hamilton  from  Cars 3

    Hamilton from Cars 3

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    Get ready for some high-octane action with Cars 3! Our favorite racer, Lightning McQueen, is back and he’s facing his toughest challenge yet. With a new generation of racers on the track, including the sleek and competitive Hamilton, Lightning will have to push himself harder than ever before to stay at the top of his game. With heart-pounding races and challenges around every turn, Cars 3 is sure to be an adrenaline-fueled thrill ride that you won’t want to miss!

  • Hamish  from  Brave

    Hamish from Brave

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    Hamish, one of three Princes of Scotland. Join Hamish on his mischievous adventures as he gets into trouble with his brothers and causes havoc for those around him. But when it comes to family, Hamish will go to great lengths to help them in any way possible. Watch as he grows from a sweet-loving troublemaker into a courageous Prince.

  • Hammerhead Security Guard  from  Lilo & Stitch

    Hammerhead Security Guard from Lilo & Stitch

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    The notorious galactic enemy Dr. HΓ€msterviel has captured 624 of the loose experiments in an attempt to take over the galaxy, and he’s enlisted the help of Gantu to do it. Gantu is a former captain of the Galactic Federation who was discharged after his failed attempt to arrest 626. He’s known for being the brute force of the security forces, and he has no sympathy for criminals or fugitives. He’s motivated by revenge against Lilo and Stitch, and by the need for money. Will he be successful in capturing all of the experiments?

  • Hand-in-the-box  from  Toy Story

    Hand-in-the-box from Toy Story

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    In a world of toys, one little toy stands out. Hand-in-the-box is a Jack in the Box toy who is first seen popping out of his box when Andy’s toys fall onto the floor. He quickly becomes a favorite at Sunnyside Daycare, but it is unknown whether he is allied with Lotso and his gang or not. Will he help them take over the daycare? Or will he stand up to them and become a hero? Find out in Toy Story!

  • Hands  from  Treasure Planet

    Hands from Treasure Planet

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    Hands is the story of an unlikely hero, Snuff, who with the help of his new friend Doppler, sets out on an adventure to find Treasure Planet. Along the way they must overcome challenges and obstacles, learning to trust and rely on each other as they battle pirates and discover hidden secrets. With action, comedy and even a little romance, Hands is a must-see for the whole family.

  • Hank  from  Finding Dory

    Hank from Finding Dory

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    Hank is a seven-tentacled octopus who has lost one of his tentacles. He is a master of disguise, and uses the ability of camouflage to confuse his predators. He is also an octopus who unleashes ink whenever exaggerated.

  • Hannah  from  Toy Story

    Hannah from Toy Story

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    The neighborhood bully. He’s always up to no good, and he loves to terrorize his little sister, Hannah. She seems like a normal girl, but her brother Sid is always causing trouble. One day, he takes her Janie Doll and swaps its head with his pterodactyl toy. Poor Hannah is terrified! But she’s not going to take it lying down. She reports him to their mother while he tries to convince her she’s been lying.
    Can poor Hannah stand up to her bullying brother? Will she ever get her Janie Doll

  • Hans  from  Frozen

    Hans from Frozen

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    Hans is a prince from a neighboring kingdom who seems to be charming, handsome, and noble. He arrives in Arendelle on the day of Elsa’s coronation and meets her younger sister, Anna. They dance together and seem to hit it off immediately. Hans then asks Anna to marry him and she agrees, but when they go to tellElsa, she denies them her blessing because they have only just met. Anna gets angry with her sister and takes off her glove, which unleashes an eternal winter upon their land. Elsa runs away in fear and creates an icy palace where she lives in solitude.

  • Happy  from  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    Happy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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    Happy is a comical character who often finds himself in tragic situations. In the first draft of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Happy was originally conceived as a more comically tragic character. In one scene, Happy tries to help Dopey eat soup, but ends up swallowing the spoon by mistake. The scene was cut, as it was not felt relevant to the story.

  • Harem Girls  from  Aladdin

    Harem Girls from Aladdin

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    The Harem Girls are the epitome of luxury and beauty. They have everything they could ever want, but they still crave more. When they meet Aladdin, they see him as nothing more than a street urchin and dismiss. The Turquoise one is light-skinned with long blue hair and wears a turquoise version of Fuchsia’s outfit that has short sleeves and no bellybutton jewel. The Scarlet one has short black hair in curly pigtails, fairly dark skin and wears a scarlet version of Fuchsia’s outfit.

  • Harland  from  Planes

    Harland from Planes

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    The happy-go-lucky crop duster Harland Dusty Crophopper is known for being a bit of a daydreamer. His head is always in the clouds, quite literally. But when he sees two jets soaring through the sky, he can’t help but challenge them to a race. He quickly zooms past them, much to their amazement.
    But Dusty is just crop dusting a field with his employer Leadbottom. He expresses his dream to enter the Wings Across the Globe Rally – an air racing competition that spans the globe – but Leadbottom thinks he’s better

  • Harmony  from  Toy Story 4

    Harmony from Toy Story 4

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    Harmony, a kind-hearted toy Woody comes across in Bonnie’s room, sets out to find a working voice box so Gabby Gabby can finally be loved, they begin an adventure that will show them both what it really means to be a toy.

  • Harris  from  Brave

    Harris from Brave

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    A young boy, Harris, is forced to confront the bullies at his school. He musters up the courage to stand up to them, and with the help of his friends, he overcomes his fears.

  • Harry  from  A Bug’s Life

    Harry from A Bug’s Life

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    Harry is an ant who lives on Ant Island. Every year, the ants are expected to harvest food for a gang of greedy grasshoppers. Princess Atta is being trained by her mother to take her place, while worrying about pleasing the oncoming hoard. Her younger sister Dot is tired of being mocked by the other children for being small and unable to fly yet due to her wings being too small.
    Enter Flik, an inventor whose creations usually do more harm than good. While trying out a mechanical harvester, he accidentally hurls a wheat stock onto Atta and rushes over to apologize.

  • Harv  from  Cars

    Harv from Cars

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    Harv is a demanding boss who always keeps Lightning McQueen on his toes. When McQueen is heading to California for a big race, Harv calls him and tells him to hurry up. Near the end of the film, when McQueen is saying goodbye to Sally, Harv calls Mack and tells him to get Lightning into the trailer right away.

  • Harvey  from  Planes: Fire & Rescue

    Harvey from Planes: Fire & Rescue

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    Harvey, the tire manager.

  • He-Lectrix  from  Incredibles 2

    He-Lectrix from Incredibles 2

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    He-Lectrix is the newest Super in town, and he’s got the power to zap bad guys with his electric abilities. He’s stylish, suave, and knows how to get down, as evidenced by his dance moves with Voyd at a DevTech party. Could there be sparks between them? Only time will tell. But one thing’s for sure: He-Lectrix is a force to be reckoned with.

  • Health Inspector  from  Ratatouille

    Health Inspector from Ratatouille

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    The health inspector is just doing his job, inspecting restaurants for cleanliness standards. But when the rats chase and catch him, they use coils of rope to tie him up and put him in the food closet, along with a later captured Chef Skinner. In the final scene, Remy says that there was no way the rats could have kept Skinner nor the health inspector detained indefinitely, and later had to free both of them.

  • Heathcliff  from  Big Hero 6

    Heathcliff from Big Hero 6

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    Heathcliff is the English butler who became a superhero! He came to America to serve in the household of Mr. Awesome, one of San Fransokyo’s most famous superheroes. But when Mr. Awesome needed help on some of his more dangerous missions, Heathcliff was there to lend a hand – using his training from butler school to disguise himself as anyone from a doctor to a hot air balloon enthusiast.
    Heathcliff is now retired from superhero work.

  • HΓ©ctor  from  Coco

    HΓ©ctor from Coco

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    Born in Santa Cecilia on November 30, 1900, Hector met a woman named Imelda and they fell in love. They married and had a daughter named Coco in 1918. Hector wrote the song “Remember Me” for his daughter. While Imelda wanted to settle down, Hector still wanted to give his songs to the world. So he set out on tour with his childhood friend Ernesto de la Cruz in the mid-1920s.

  • Hedge Fund Manager  from  Soul

    Hedge Fund Manager from Soul

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    What if your life’s obsession was taken away from you? Meet Moonwind, a former hedge fund manager who turned to sign twirling after a midlife awakening led him to seek a happier life. When he enters the zone while twirling his signs, Moonwind journeys to the Astral Plane (near The Great Before) where he rescues lost souls from their uninspiring lives. His latest assignment is to help Joe Gardner and 22, a lost soul he finds on a pirate ship. Moonwind must show them both the way back to Earth before it’s too late. Discover the power of letting go in Soul

  • Hedley  from  Treasure Planet

    Hedley from Treasure Planet

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    Hedley is an alien who resembles a slug, but with the exception of his strange tentacles (which serve as two pairs of arms and are also found in the form of 2 rows on his back) and his trunk-like snouts, both of which emit strong flatulent noises as his form of communication. Doppler is able to understand and communicate with him, having taken two years of “Flatula” (a language class that involves making flatulent noises, hence the name) in high school, which he demonstrates when he manages to reason and joke around with Snuff after Jim accidentally steps on

  • Heffalump Mama  from  Pooh’s Heffalump Movie

    Heffalump Mama from Pooh’s Heffalump Movie

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    Heffalump Mama is one of the main characters in Pooh’s Heffalump Movie. She is a kind and caring mother who loves her son, Lumpy, very much. When Lumpy goes missing, she is frantic with worry and sets out to find him. Along the way, she meets Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and all of their friends, who help her search for Lumpy. Ultimately, they are successful in finding him and Heffalump Mama is overjoyed to be reunited with her son.

  • Heihei  from  Moana

    Heihei from Moana

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    Heihei, the lovable but dim-witted rooster, joins Moana on her journey across the sea to save her island. Though he’s always getting into trouble, Heihei is fiercely loyal to his friends and always ready for a good time. With his help, Moana just might be able to save the day.

  • Heimlich  from  Toy Story 2

    Heimlich from Toy Story 2

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    Heimlich is a lovable, yet forgetful character who always seems to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Despite this, he never gives up hope and continues to try his best. He is often teased by the other toys for his clumsiness, but he doesn’t let that stop him from having fun. When Woody is kidnapped by Al McWhiggin, Heimlich bravely sets out to rescue him, making new friends along the way. But when Stinky Pete reveals his true nature, Heimlich must put aside their differences and work together if they’re going to make

  • Helen  from  Turning Red

    Helen from Turning Red

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    In a world of humans and animals, one girl must find her place. Helen is a panda who has always felt out of place. She’s the only panda in her family and she doesn’t quite fit in. But when her Aunt Chen comes to visit, Helen finally feels like she belongs.

  • Helicopter Pilot  from  Inside Out

    Helicopter Pilot from Inside Out

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    The pilot’s first appearance is during a family trip to Brazil, where he catches the eye of Riley’s mother. Her emotions are instantly attracted to him and she can’t help but watch him fly his helicopter. During the credits, it is revealed that Riley’s teacher shares the same memory of summer vacation dreams with her mother, which only makes Helicopter Pilot even more attractive to her.