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Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts Union χ: Sultan • Samson • Vanellope von Schweetz • Fix-It Felix Jr. • Sergeant Calhoun • King Candy • Sour Bill • Cy-Bugs • Hero's Duty Troops The Lion King: Simba • Timon • Pumbaa • Rafiki • Scar • Spirit Mufasa • Nala • Shenzi • Baby Simba • Zazu • Adult Simba • Platinum Simba • Mufasa Noel Blanc ( The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie promotion, [18] You Rang? answering machine messages, [19] saying, "Happy Birthday Bugs!" in Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball, Chevrolet Monte Carlo 400 with the Looney Tunes) [20] Donald is an extremely common character in the Disney theme parks for meet-and-greets and appears in almost every show and parade.

Daisy's final appearance in the Golden Age of American animation was in Donald's Diary (1954). [18] There she played the role of a beautiful lady who manages to start a long-term relationship with Donald. But after having a nightmare about the anxieties that would come from married life, Donald runs out on her and joins the French Foreign Legion. Several scenes of the short imply that Daisy has had several previous relationships with men. Donald carves their names on a tree. Not noticing than the opposing side of the tree features her name alongside that of several other boyfriends. The marriage scene in Donald's dream featured a group of sailors waving goodbye to Daisy and mourning the loss of their apparent lover. The story bore little continuity with the "real" Donald and Daisy as Huey, Dewey, and Louie appeared as Daisy's younger brothers. It was the only time in which Daisy's parents are seen. Disney Characters introduced in Birth by Sleep: Prince Phillip • Maleficent's Goons • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Sleepy • Bashful • Sneezy • Dopey • The Prince • Evil Queen • Magic Mirror • Prince Charming • Jaq • Lady Tremaine • Anastasia • Drizella • Lucifer • Grand Duke • Grand Councilwoman • Captain Gantu • Jumba • Experiment 221 • Lost BoysBig Hero 6: Hiro • Baymax • Fred • Wasabi • Honey Lemon • Go Go Tomago • Tadashi Hamada • Yokai • Mochi Donald made recurring appearances in the live-action wrap-around skits alongside the other costumed characters and celebrity guests.

Big Hero 6: Hiro Hamada • Baymax • Robert Callaghan • Go Go Tomago • Honey Lemon • Wasabi • Fred • Fred's Dad • Tadashi Hamada • Cass • Yama • Alistair Krei • Heathcliff • Abbigail Callaghan • Megabot • Sergeant Gerson • Cass Pocahontas: Pocahontas • Flit • Meeko • Percy • Grandmother Willow • Governor Ratcliffe • Colors of the Wind PocahontasDuring " The Last Adventure!," his cousin Fethry accidentally reveals to Della that Donald and Daisy are planning to take the houseboat on their own adventure around the world. While Della was upset about this at first, she eventually realized that Donald needed this long overdue vacation and was ready to go on his own adventure. By the end of the episode, Donald decides to take May and June under his wing and bring them along on his trip with Daisy. Donald has also appeared in Disney Infinity: 2.0 Edition as a playable character, exclusive to the Toy Box.

Donald also had a spell card known as "Caballero Donald's Piñata" in the defunct attraction Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom.

Daisy's speaking role again came 4 years later in Donald's Crime. While Daisy has a relatively small role in the film, her date with Donald is central to the plot and shows Donald's infatuation for her. Finding himself broke before the date; Donald steals money from his nephews, but afterward feels guilty. Donald imagines what Daisy might think of him knowing he stole money, and this leads him to reform in the end. Daisy was voiced in the film by actress Gloria Blondell, marking the first time Daisy had a "normal". The film also marked the first time Daisy appeared in an Academy Award nominated film ( Best Animated Short). The Lion King: Simba • Nala • Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Ostrich • Gazelle • Rhino • Hippo • Zebra • Blue Beetle • Grub • Zazu • Rafiki • Timon • Pumbaa • Mufasa • Scar

In Aladdin, Princess Jasmine's birthday may fall on late January or early February because when Aladdin and Jasmine fly on the magic carpet, Chinese New Year is being celebrated over in China. This holiday can fall anywhere from January 21 to February 20. Star Butterfly's birthday happens to be on Stump Day, a holiday celebrated on Mewni that appears to be their equivalent to Christmas (she chooses not to celebrate it that day because it would anger the Stump). However, Mewni follows a different calendar, with the month in which Stump Day falls currently unidentified. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Animator's Commentary - The Looney Tunes Critic)" (Video). YouTube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-11 . Retrieved April 30, 2019. AT&T Launches Looney Tunes 5G Experience". YouTube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-11 . Retrieved July 7, 2021. In the Toy Story comic "The Return of Buzz Lightyear", Andy Davis receives a surprise gift from his grandmother during August, and his toys are surprised about this because Andy's birthday is not in August.

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In the Kim Possible episode " The Ron Factor", Ron mentions that he is a Virgo ("Dude, I am Virgo, but what's your name?"), which would put his birthday between August 23 and September 22. However, in the later " Trading Faces", he says "I'm surprisingly nimble for an Aries," which would indicate his birthday is between March 21 and April 19. This would further align with the aforementioned notion of his birthday most likely coming somewhere during the span of either June-to-November or July-to-December, but which now narrows down the window to being somewhere between school years during the summer. And with this also matching up with Max's being 11½ in "You Camp Take It With You", then that would make the school grade he completed right before that episode be 6th Grade. This would also mean that, three years later, Max was more precisely 14½ years old in A Goofy Movie. And finally, certain pieces of officially-licensed merchandise declare the events of A Goofy Movie to take place in the year 1995. Therefore, if the 14½-year-old Max's 15th birthday were to come in the Summer of 1995, then the year of his birth would be none other than 1980! Since her early appearances, Daisy is attracted to Donald and devoted to him in the same way he is often devoted to her. This is most clearly seen in Donald's Dilemma as Daisy is almost to the point of suicide after Donald forgets her. Despite this, she is shown to have her boyfriend wrapped around her finger and is often shown to keep him in line whenever his anger starts to boil. In The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh episode " How Much is That Rabbit in the Window?", it is shown that Rabbit's birthday is on the 30th of the unspecified month in which the episode takes place. This rules out February, as it has only 28 days (or 29 days in a leap year), and since the episode is not set in wintertime, that also likely rules out December and January. Her first original comic book appearance was a cameo in the story "The Mighty Trapper" by Carl Barks, first published in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories No. 36 (September 1943), wherein Huey, Dewey, and Louie ask her to lend them an old fur coat. Barks did not use the character again until "Donald Tames His Temper" (January 1946) when Daisy demands that Donald learns to manage his anger as a New Year's resolution. Donald has to agree but points early on that Daisy herself has the temper of a "wild-eyed wildcat".

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