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Re: Most Notable "Transtional" Animated Heroines

Posted by Sawyer on July 22, 2008 at 21:32:50:

In Reply to: Most Notable "Transtional" Animated Heroines posted by Jenn on July 11, 2008 at 10:46:50:

: In many films, the characters personalities are usually already set and stay consistent. I actually take an interest in characters that develop, mature, or change in some significant or compelling way. I like to think that makes them a little more complex.

: My Current List of Transitional Heroines (Not a Top Ten List):

: 1) Emily from "The Corpse Bride."
: 2) Violet of "The Incredibles"
: 3) Marjane Satrapi of "Persepolis"
: 4) Sophie Hatter from "Howl's Moving Castle"
: 5) Chihiro from "Spirited Away"
: 6) Haru from "The Cat Returns"
: 7) Princess Fiona of "Shrek"
: 8) Giselle from "Enchanted" (Arguably.)
: 9) E.V.E. of "WALL-E"
: 10) Anastatia from the Cinderella Sequals
: 11) Lady Amalthea from "The Last Unicorn"
: 12) Queen Tuya from "The Prince Of Egypt"
: 13) Yzma from "The Emperor's New Groove"
: 14) Hera from "Hercules"
: 15) Darla Dimple from "Cats Don't Dance"
: 16) Grandmother Fa from "Mulan"
: 17) Suri from "Dinosaur"
: 18) Clara from "The Nutcracker Prince"
: 19) Queen Lillian from "Shrek 2"
: 20) Goldie Pheasant from "Rock A Doodle"
: Can anyone name any others?




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