Disney Characters (Source: Disney)

Great list!!How about Pete, the oldest continuing Disney character?

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  • Here are some interesting Disney character facts. Mickey Mouse: Mickey has been through many design changes through the years. In his first cartoon Plane Crazy, Mickey had no gloves or shoes and his eyes were large black ovals. He first wore gloves when he sat down to play piano in the Opry House and by 1939 in The Pointer Mickey was shown with a pupil. Over the years Mickey’s body became rounder and his face more expressive. Through all of the changes though, Mickey has maintained his heartwarming personality that we’ve all come to love!

    Donald Duck: Donald was first seen in The Wise Little Hen back in 1934. He was a big hit with audiences and his popularity continued to increase until he eventually starred in 128 cartoons! That’s more than any other Disney character, even Mickey!

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    Walt Disney and the Disney group of companies have created some of the most memorable fictional characters in contemporary culture. Twenty-first century characters such as Nemo the clownfish are as beloved as classic characters such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. Individuals who wish to use the Disney characters should take care to make legal use of them to avoid infringing Disney's intellectual property rights.

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