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Poll Suggestion: I Wish They Were a Disney Princess...

Many wonderful and talented women have provided the voices for Disney Princesses through the years. But there are still some who missed out, and would've made wonderful Princesses. Whether for their singing, distinctive voice, or celebrity status, which of these ladies would you like to have played (or still play) a Disney heroine?

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls094680573/

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5 months ago

Narnia,

Please remember to add the discussion link to your list.

For your consideration:

Julie Andrews

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000267/mediaviewer/rm2985073408
Julie Andrews at an event for 13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2007
She played Mary Poppins, Maria von Trapp and Queen Clarisse Renaldi
She had a beautiful singing voice during the 1960s.

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Annette Funicello
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002088/mediaviewer/rm1833080832
Annette Funicello c 1962
Was a member of the original The Mickey Mouse Club (TV Series) during the 1950s.
Annette Joanne Funicello achieved teenage popularity starting in October 1955 after she debuted as a Mouseketeer. Born on October 22, 1942 in Utica, New York, the family had moved to California when she was still young. Walt Disney himself saw her performing the lead role in "Swan Lake" at her ballet school's year-end recital in Burbank and decided to have her audition along with two hundred other children. Annette became the last Mouseketeer of the twenty-four that was picked. By the run-through in 1958 of The Mickey Mouse Club (1955) in which she appeared in her own multi-segmented series entitled "Annette", she had become the most popular Mousketeer of them all and the only one kept under contract by Walt Disney after he canceled the show.

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Eva Gabor
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001247/mediaviewer/rm1262524416
Ava Gabor CBS Green Acres c1968
She played Miss Bianca (voice) in The Rescuers and Duchess (voice) in The Aristocats. She had an aura of royalty during the 1960s.

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Thank you!  I was going to add Eva anyway, but I forgot last night!  :D  Thanks!

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5 months ago

Alison Brie. ( another one for 2010s).

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5 months ago

Bump!

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4 months ago


Other possibilities for the 70's: Olivia-Newton John, a great singer and superstar of Grease and Helen Reddy, Oscar nominee singer for Pete's Dragon, where she was also the main actress

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Ooh, nice, will add!

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4 months ago


For the 50's: Shirley Temple was in her twenties, a great age for a Disney Princess, and she already knew stardom, singing and dancing.

You don't have options for the 2000's.

FYC in that decade: Zooey Deschanel, Britney Spears

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Ooh, great!

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Will you add the last options Narnia, or do you like it as it is?

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Uh, I will probably add a few to it - check back in a few days!  :)

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I kinda forgot about this sugg, xD

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3 months ago

FYC:

I always thought Halle Berry had a great voice for that kind of character.  ( I guess probably 2000s? or maybe 1990s or 2010s?)

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3 months ago

FYC:
Angelina Jolie in 1990s or 2000s

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3 months ago

I consider the list finished, if no one has any more suggs!
Thank you all for helping me with this!

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Thank you!!