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Papá was a musician. When I was a little girl, he and Mamá would sing such beautiful songs.
Mamá Coco about her father after Miguel restores her memories[src]

Héctor Rivera is the deuteragonist of the 2017 DisneyPixar animated feature film Coco. He was a Mexican musician in life and became a residential spirit in the Land of the Dead in death. Héctor helped Miguel in his quest to find the famous singer Ernesto de la Cruz and escape the Land of the Dead. Little did they know, however, Héctor and Miguel had a hidden connection.


The papá, he was a musician. He and his family would sing, and dance, and count their blessings. But he also had a dream: to play for the world. And one day, he left with his guitar and never returned.
Miguel, opening narration
Remember Me - Hector & Coco

Héctor singing "Remember Me" to his toddler daughter Coco.

Many years ago, Héctor was a passionate musician from Santa Cecilia, born there on November 30, 1900.[1][2] During his life, he met a woman named Imelda and their shared talent in music sparked a romance. They fell in love, married, and later had a daughter named Coco in 1918.[3] Héctor was a loving father and wrote the song "Remember Me" for her. While Imelda was ready to settle down and plant roots for their family, Héctor still wanted to give his songs to the world, so in the mid-1920s, he set out on tour with his childhood friend Ernesto de la Cruz. As they performed together on tour, Héctor wrote the songs and Ernesto sang them. During the tour, Héctor began to feel homesick, and came around to Imelda's way of thinking and decided to go home to his family. When he told Ernesto, they had an argument where Ernesto begged him to stay as he needed his songs but Héctor was unmoved. Ernesto fumed at the decision of Héctor but quickly composed himself and seemingly accepted his friend's decision and offered to send him off with a toast saying he would move Heaven and Earth for his amigo. On his way to the train station, Héctor suddenly collapsed and died as Ernesto spiked his toast with poison earlier. After his death, Ernesto stole both the songbook and the guitar of Héctor, ultimately taking the opportunity and passing them off as his own in order to achieve fame and glory.

During his time in the Land of the Dead, Héctor learned how Ernesto took credit for his songs, growing resentful. When Imelda died, she refused to welcome Héctor back to the Riveras and disowned him, as she believed him to have abandoned her and Coco for his music. Estranged from his family, Héctor spent his afterlife trying to cross over to the Land of the Living to see Coco again but was rejected as his descendants, having a low opinion of him for supposedly abandoning the family, wouldn't put his picture up. Shunned, he slowly started to be forgotten.

Official Description[]

Héctor is a charming trickster in the Land of the Dead who is forced to enlist help from Miguel to visit the Land of the Living.[4]


Héctor has acquired a number of bad traits during his time in death, being deceitful, quick-dealing, and having the air of a con artist. However, these bad qualities stem from neither ambition nor malice, but rather absolute desperation to make up for the mistakes he made in life—leaving his family behind—and to make them right. Despite matching what his run-down appearance may suggest, Héctor, at his best, is a charming, creative, and deeply family-oriented man.

Héctor's most defining qualities are his deep love for family, especially Coco, and the profound regret he feels that resulted from his choice to leave his family to share his music with the world. In life, Héctor loved nothing more than Imelda and Coco. For him, music was to show this love. Even his tour with Ernesto was motivated by the desire to share his feelings with the world. Before learning the true circumstances of his death, Héctor suffered the consequences of leaving and was incapable of telling his family, especially his daughter, how much he loved them. He carried a deep sense of shame for his actions; preventing him from reconnecting with his embittered wife after she died. When left with nothing, Héctor's regret for his choice to leave developed into his own self-loathing and cynical outlook on himself. Even after he learned he was actually murdered, Héctor didn't exempt himself and still carried the responsibility of his choices, which moved Imelda when he owned up to the pain that he caused their family. It's seeing Héctor's love for his family and profound suffering from being separated from them that teaches his descendant, Miguel, the importance of family.

Héctor is a creative genius and an immensely talented artist. His brilliance is most prominently on display within the songs he wrote, which had a tremendous national influence in the world. Héctor's creativity is also on display in his movements as a skeleton. While most of the dead move as they did in life, excepting the occasional reconstruction when they fall apart, Héctor has found all manner of creative ways to move his skeletal body. Héctor's creativity is shown to come from his heart; many of Héctor's best songs were written as an expression of his feelings towards those he loves. Examples are writing "Un Poco Loco" for Imelda and, famously, writing "Remember Me" for Coco.

It's here that he draws a parallel between himself and Ernesto de la Cruz. While Ernesto was strongly incapable of inspiration for his music because he wanted to be recognized for it, Héctor was able to because he wanted to express his feelings about the relationships that inspired him.

While he is often passive and evasive in the face of conflict compared to Imelda, Héctor would fight back when he's deeply betrayed or if his family is at stake. His weak condition didn't hold him back in a scuffle with Ernesto after discovering he caused him to remain separated from his loved ones or hold his own with the security guards to save Miguel's fading life and Coco's deteriorating memory and again to save Miguel from Ernesto. While resentful of Ernesto for taking credit for his music (which later grew hateful upon discovering his betrayal), Héctor showed no ill will to Miguel when it was assumed the latter was Ernesto's descendant; growing fond of the boy in their time together and comforted him when his supposed great-great-grandfather turned on him.

At the start of the film's events, Héctor was shown to dislike music nearly as much as his estranged family. Though he loved music in life, Héctor deeply regrets what his musical pursuits cost him; he was very reluctant to play music before meeting Miguel. Likewise, Héctor has also come to dislike musicians due to Ernesto neglecting him after his death. Thus, Héctor had come to view musicians as self-important showboating jerks, including himself for once being one.

However, Héctor still enjoyed listening to music and was a musically supportive teacher to Miguel. Throughout the film, Héctor regains his love of music, especially after he and Imelda reignite their attraction to each other through a song. One year after Miguel's time in the Land of the Dead, Héctor is finally accepted back into his family and enjoys playing his music for his family once more.

Physical appearance[]

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A photo of Héctor when he was alive.

Before he was murdered by Ernesto De la Cruz and some flashbacks where he sings "Remember Me" for his daughter, Coco, Héctor was a human with short black hair and loose bangs, tanned skin, brown eyes, and a goatee. He wore a light brown Mexican formal attire with white upper outlines similar to Ernesto's.

As a spirit in the Land of the Dead, Héctor appears as a skeleton with his bones yellow and rusted, without bright gold, green and purple markings on his skull, which are nearly faded. His appearance was overall unkempt - his black hair became messier, while the rest of himself was held together by things such as tape and bandages on his right arm and left leg. On his head, he wears a straw hat. He also wears a torn-up indigo formal jacket with a red tie and red, black, and white suspenders, and torn-up light brown and black pinstriped pants to show his skeletal knees and feet, giving him the appearance highly reminiscent of a scarecrow. He also gained a single gold tooth in his frontal teeth.

By the end of the film, after finally being remembered, Héctor's appearance has since changed. His bones have become brighter and his markings are fully colored. In addition, his wardrobe has been changed to more of a clean-cut approach - his hair is straightened, his jacket has been converted to a vest, his pants have been mended and now wears brown dress shoes made by Imelda, while retaining his straw hat and tie.

Role in the film[]

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Héctor attempts to pass into the Land of the Living disguised as Frida Kahlo.

Héctor is first introduced during the film's opening prologue, being referred to as the "papa" with his wife and his daughter. He and his family would sing, dance, and count their blessings but he has a dream that is to play for the world. As the prologue continues, Héctor never returned home, causing his wife (Imelda) to become bitter and banish music in her family for almost a century. Héctor later made his debut appearance in the film trying to cross over to the Land of the Living by disguising himself as Frida Kahlo. The agent quickly checks that he isn't recognized on his family's ofrenda, leading Héctor to make a run for it. But his hopes are in vain, as he ends up sinking into the marigold petals and is arrested. At Grand Central Station, Héctor (after trying and failing to convince the officer to help him to cross the bridge), is left off with a warning by the officer and had his request to get his costume back denied.


Héctor meets Miguel.

After leaving in a huff and angrily crumpling his warning, Héctor meets a living boy named Miguel who, having overheard that Héctor knows Ernesto de la Cruz, asks Héctor to take him to Ernesto to receive Ernesto's blessing so Miguel can go home. Héctor tells him he will get him to de la Cruz if Miguel puts Héctor's portrait on an ofrenda to allow him to cross over, to which Miguel agrees. After painting Miguel like a skeleton to help him to blend in, Héctor takes Miguel to Frida Kahlo's studio, where he assumes de la Cruz would be rehearsing. While being chewed out by a seamstress for losing the dress he used in his failed attempt to cross the bridge, Miguel wanders off with Dante and ends up talking to the real Frida Kahlo herself. Héctor soon catches up to him and receives disappointment from the boy, having just learned that de la Cruz was hosting a party at his mansion and no one was allowed in without an invitation. After being mocked by a group of musicians over his death, the pair were told that there was a music contest in Plaza de la Cruz where the winner gets access to de la Cruz's mansion.

Seeing that Miguel needs a guitar, Héctor takes him to the shantytown where spirits who are being forgotten live, to acquire Chicharrón's guitar. After some banter, Héctor agrees to sing "Everyone Knows Juanita" for Chicharrón, changing one of the verses because there are children (Miguel) present. Satisfied, Chicharrón fades away. Héctor sadly explained to Miguel that unless there's a relative in the living world who remembers their ancestor and passes their memory to others, their spirit passes onto what they call the final death, the same fate that awaits him if Miguel doesn't take his photo home.

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Miguel and Héctor bond over a duet of "Un Poco Loco".

Having succeeded in their mission to acquire an instrument, Miguel enters the contest. Héctor objects to Miguel's plan to sing "Remember Me" due to its popularity, as evidenced by other contestants rehearsing around them, so Miguel decides to sing "Un Poco Loco". But upon learning that Miguel possesses little to no experience in performing, Héctor insists that he take his place on stage but is refused, as Miguel was determined to prove himself as a musician. Héctor then decides to help Miguel be ready for his performance by giving him pointers, such as to loosen up and giving out a grito, to little avail. When it was Miguel's turn to take the stage, he gets stage fright and Héctor reminds him of the things he taught him from afar, giving the child confidence to perform. While Miguel sings, Dante pulls Héctor in to perform alongside Miguel, receiving applause from the crowd. Then suddenly, Miguel dragged Héctor off the stage as the master of ceremonies announced to the crowd that Miguel's family is looking for him and wants to send him home. Hearing this, Héctor realizes that Miguel had lied to him about de la Cruz being Miguel's only family around and that he could've gone home any time. Héctor scolds Miguel for leaving his family and attempts to bring Miguel to them, but this makes a hurt Miguel abandon him and go off to find Ernesto himself after distracting Héctor with his discarded photo.


Héctor angrily confronts Ernesto de la Cruz.

Later, Héctor (disguised as Frida again) sneaks into his old partner's mansion and finds Miguel with Ernesto, pointing out the promise they made earlier. Embittered with his old friend for taking credit, Héctor reveals that he wrote all the songs Ernesto is famous for. He pleads with Ernesto to make things right by sending Miguel home to fulfill their deal and set his photo on an ofrenda so he can see his "girl" before he's forgotten. As Héctor reminds Ernesto of the latter's statement of moving heaven and earth, Miguel points out the similarity to one of the films Ernesto brought back from one of his trips to the Land of the Living which has the same line; where the villain tries to poison Ernesto. Watching the film, Héctor remembers his last night alive and pieces together that Ernesto had murdered him and stole his songbook and guitar to become famous. Enraged by this revelation, Héctor attacks Ernesto for ruining his attempt to go home. Ernesto fearfully calls for security and takes Héctor's photo while having Héctor and soon a shocked Miguel, thrown into a cenote.


Miguel discovers that Héctor is his great-great-grandfather.

As Héctor comforts a hurt Miguel, who was devastated by Ernesto's betrayal and his own choice to leave his family, he starts to fade. Héctor explains it's because his daughter, the reason he was trying to cross the bridge, is forgetting him and laments about not being able to apologize to his daughter, Coco. Hearing this name prompts Miguel to show him a family photo of young Coco and Imelda, the boy's great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother. Familiar with the torn picture, the shocked Héctor confirms he is the faceless man holding the guitar, not Ernesto. He then explains he wrote "Remember Me" out of love for Coco, singing it in a sincere tone. After this, Héctor shamefully believes he's a sorry excuse for an ancestor, but Miguel lifts his spirits by explaining that music is what made them both different from the rest of the family and that's something he's proud of. They then rejoice at the revelation of their heritage and pride in being family. Although it seems they remain trapped in the cenote, at that second, they are discovered by Dante and saved by Imelda and Pepita. Héctor sheepishly greets his wife, whose joy at finding Miguel turns bitter at the sight of him, and comments on her appearance before being forced to cling for dear life (or lack thereof) on Pepita's tail for the flight back to the other Riveras. Shaken from the experience, Héctor offers to help Imelda off Pepita but is brushed off. After Imelda embraces Miguel, she chews out Héctor, believing he placed the boy in danger in the first place. Miguel vouches for Imelda for Héctor by taking the blame and explaining that Hector was trying to get back home, but Ernesto murdered him for his songs. While stunned at this news, she is still angry at Héctor for leaving in the first place until he starts fading again due to their daughter's decreasing memory. Imelda relents and she, Héctor, Miguel, and the other Riveras plan to get Héctor's photo back before he's lost forever.

With help from Frida, the Riveras sneak backstage. Héctor is touched to learn Imelda still loves him when she calls him "the love of [her] life" after slapping Ernesto, only for Imelda to recant what she said. After his wife gets the photo back after being forced to sing "La Llorona", Héctor and Imelda finally start to reconcile after Imelda romantically hugs Hector, surprising him. Together, they prepare to give Miguel their blessing to return home. However, a furious Ernesto interrupts and snatches their great-great-grandson before he can take the blessing. With his condition deteriorating further and his descendant at Ernesto's mercy, Héctor pleads with his former friend to not hurt Miguel and let him go home as he's a living child, but Ernesto refuses and retorts him by accusing Miguel of a threat because the child will surely ruin his legacy if he goes back to the living and exposes his heinous crimes. Without mercy, he drops Miguel from the building, much to the horror of Héctor and the other late Riveras. Even the audience who was secretly watching the whole thing was horrified after Ernesto throws Miguel to his death. Ernesto cruelly apologizes to Héctor as he casually walks past him to continue performing. Fortunately, Miguel is saved at the last minute by Pepita, but the photo is lost in the water. Ernesto's crimes are exposed to the dead (thanks to Miguel's great aunts recording his confession), followed by Pepita delivering a fitting punishment on the now-disgraced fraud for how he tore Héctor's family apart, avenging Héctor as well. Sunrise approaches as Héctor starts to fade away and Miguel's transformation into a skeleton is almost complete. Miguel refuses to leave Héctor behind until he is forced to accept his great-great-grandparents' blessing, which sends him home, with Miguel promising Héctor that he won't let Coco forget him.

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Héctor's family photo is restored.

Once Miguel returns to the living Riveras, Coco remembers Héctor when Miguel sings "Remember Me" to her, thereby saving Héctor's memory. Along with her father's identity, Coco shows the letters he wrote to her, proving he was the true writer of Ernesto's songs. She also reveals she preserved the part of his face Imelda tore off from the family photo years ago and begins telling stories about him, restoring his status among the Rivera family, who now have a different opinion of their ancestor and earning him a rightful place on the family ofrenda.


After being apart for nearly a century, Héctor is finally reunited with his daughter in the Land of the Dead.

One year later, Héctor has received the recognition he deserves in both the realms of the living and the deceased. He is happy to learn that he can finally cross over, thanks to his picture now being restored by his descendants who greatly value his memory. Héctor and Imelda have rekindled their love and have been reunited with a recently deceased Coco whom he happily hugs and kisses after being separated from for decades. Together with the other late Riveras, Héctor finally crosses over to the Land of the Living during Día de Los Muertos to see their living family. He and Imelda dance to their elder great-great-grandchildren's song "Proud Corazón" before joining Miguel in a guitar duet using a spiritual version of his guitar, proudly watching him.

Pixar Popcorn[]

"A Day in the Life of the Dead"[]

During the episode "A Day in the Life of the Dead", Héctor can be seen dancing with her wife Imelda and are immediately interrupted by Óscar and Felipe, who ride a back incredibly fast down the street.

Disney Parks[]

In the California, Paris, and Florida versions of Mickey's PhilharMagic, Héctor is seen singing "Un Poco Loco" with Miguel while Donald Duck is attempting to get the Sorcerer Hat.


The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Héctor.


  • Héctor is the first central character in a movie to have died before its events.
  • In terms of actual age, Héctor is a year younger than Imelda[5] and four years younger than Ernesto.[6]
  • Héctor is one of the six characters in the movie to be voiced by the same actor in both the English and Latin American Spanish dubs of the film, the others being his son-in-law Julio Rivera, the Departure Agent, the Security Guard, his great-grandson Tío Berto, and great-granddaughter-in-law Luisa Rivera.
  • The way he embraces loved ones is similar to his living granddaughter.
  • Héctor was 21 years old when he died.[7]
  • There are some hints that foreshadow Héctor's true identity as Miguel's great-great-grandfather and actual death:
    • The guitar of the faceless man in the Rivera family torn family photo has a gold tooth painted on the handle, just like Héctor's gold tooth.
    • Dante brings Miguel to Héctor when the former tells him that he's looking for his great-great-grandfather.
    • His statement that no one put up his photo. Upon closer attention, the photo showing Miguel's great-great-grandfather is missing the face while the photo that Hector gives to Miguel only shows his face.
    • Héctor's behavior when he catches up with Miguel in the studio hints at his identity as a parent.
    • He states Miguel will thank him later when he returns him to his family, referring to his own mistake of forsaking his family.
    • During the song "Everyone Knows Juanita", Héctor is shown to be good at playing the guitar of his old friend Chicharrón, plucking the right notes with ease compared to Miguel's guitar playing skills while watching an old video of Ernesto. This implies that Miguel must have inherited this talent from Héctor in contrast to Ernesto who is shown during wide shots merely strumming his guitar in the video.
    • The toast he shared with Chicharrón involved him finishing his drink while Chicharrón's remained full, hinting at how Héctor was murdered by poisoning.
      • Héctor claiming he died from food poisoning further alludes to his murder.
    • He defensively refuses to allow Miguel to play "Remember Me" at the talent show in the Land of the Dead, a song that he wrote as a lullaby for Coco.
    • He resembles Miguel a bit when he was alive.
    • Hector and Imelda both describe technology similarly, showing they're from the same generation. Hector calls the scanner a "blinky thingie" while Imelda calls a computer a "devil box".
    • Hector's attitude towards music and musicians is just like the Riveras earlier in the movie. He calls Miguel's dream a fantasy just like Gloria and speaks of musicians similar to how Abuelita does.
    • He keeps shoe polish despite not wearing shoes. He probably keeps one as a reminder of his family who had become shoemakers after his departure.
    • Hector has a rather dismissive attitude when Ernesto doesn't show up to his rehearsal.
  • Héctor's portrait was with him when he died, hence why his spirit owned one.[8]
  • The novelization states that Coco and her father have the same chin and cheekbones.
  • Héctor wore a white coat bigger than his size just like David Byrne.
  • The novelization also reveals Héctor tried many methods to cross the bridge: impersonating Diego Rivera, disguising himself as an alebrije, and hiding in a raspa cart. He further hints at his identity by telling, though not giving her name, about Coco and how he sings a song to her every night, hoping it can bypass the border between life and death and reach her at least in her dreams.
  • The novelization reveals more of Héctor's past. Ernesto was the one who convinced Hector to go on a series of tours throughout Mexico. Héctor gave in to his demands in the hopes of getting more inspiration from the tour. Throughout their performances, Héctor often mailed the money gained from the tours to his family. Héctor notices the differences in his friend's performances, shifting between happy and half-hearted depending on the majority of the audience, and realizes Ernesto cared only about the attention he was getting. This revelation made him realize that Ernesto's motives had destroyed his purpose for the tour and it convinced him to attempt to return home.
  • According to his voice actor, Gael Garcia Bernal, Héctor's birthday is on November 30.[2]
    • Attributing to this, Héctor died sometime in 1922, confirmed by the fact that he died at 21 years of age and his birthday occurring on November 30.
    • November 30 is also the birthday of Héctor's voice actor.
  • In both the photograph and the flashback sequences, Héctor isn't shown as having a gold-crowned tooth, meaning that he got it posthumously.
  • Héctor's nickname "Chorizo" stemmed from the belief that he died eating chorizo (a spicy Mexican sausage), which itself originated from Ernesto when telling a dying Héctor that he was probably suffering a stomach ache from the chorizo.
    • In Latin America, chorizo is a euphemism for the male private parts. Given how his supposed mocked death was that he choked on a chorizo, it's heavily implied Ernesto is insulting Hector further in death.
  • Deleted scenes revealed that Héctor would work as a tour bus guide in the Land of the Dead. He would avoid Ernesto's mansion as Ernesto coldly refused his service out of fear of his undoing.
  • Hector disappearing (as his living daughter forgets him) but coming back at the end (as his daughter was able to remember him and tell people about him) could be a parody of the Disney death, as Hector already was dead.
  • Up until the end of the movie (aside from flashbacks), Hector is barefooted. In the end, when he finally can cross the bridge to the Land of the Living, he is wearing shoes, symbolizing how he has been welcomed back into the family (due to Imelda's legacy of shoemaking).
  • Héctor's limping walk was inspired by Dustin Hoffman's performance as Rico "Ratso" Rizzo in the film Midnight Cowboy.[9]


  1. Unkrich, Lee (December 5, 2017). "1900 (reply to @amyblack1256 @leeunkrich when was Hector born? (exact date if u can, please) 😊)" (Tweet). Twitter.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Garcia Bernal, Gael (November 30, 2017). "Sure, it's Héctor's birthday too!" (Tweet). Twitter.
  3. Unkrich, Lee (December 5, 2017). "Héctor was 18 when he had Coco. Coco was 3 - 4 when Héctor left. Sorry for any previous errors." (Tweet). Twitter.
  4. Lema, Michelle (June 6, 2017). "Meet the Characters and Voice Cast of Disney Pixar's Coco and See the Beautiful New Poster". Oh My Disney. Disney. Retrieved on June 6, 2017.
  5. Unkrich, Lee (December 5, 2017). "Correction: Imelda was 19 when Coco was born. Imelda was born in 1899 (a year older than Héctor!)" (Tweet). Twitter.
  6. Unkrich, Lee (December 3, 2017). "1896 (reply to @Aleprettycat Dear @leeunkrich, when was Ernesto de la Cruz born?" (Tweet). Twitter.
  7. Unkrich, Lee (December 5, 2017). "21 (reply to @EllenBecker95 Love this movie so much ♥️♥️ I have a question...what age did Héctor die? He’s so young 🤔" (Tweet). Twitter.
  8. Unkrich, Lee (December 3, 2017). "He had it with him when he died. 😊" (Tweet). Twitter.
  9. ACMSIGGRAPH (October 30, 2018). "SIGGRAPH Now: Bringing Coco's Skeletons to Life" (Video). Youtube.
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Beauty and the Beast: BelleThe BeastLumiereCogsworthMrs. PottsChipGastonEnchantressWinter BelleFancy BeastBookworm BelleMagical EnchantressZircon BelleLeFou
Moana: MoanaMauiPuaHei HeiGramma TalaTamatoaBaby MoanaTe FitiKakamora ChiefTe KāVoyager Moana
Mulan: MulanMushuCri-KeePingShan YuLi ShangThe EmperorReflection MulanRuby MushuMelanite Mulan
Tangled: RapunzelPascalFlynn RiderMaximusTiara RapunzelMother GothelWedding MaximusBaby RapunzelGolden Beryl Rapunzel
Sleeping Beauty: AuroraPrince PhillipMaleficentFloraFaunaMerryweatherWinter AuroraDragon MaleficentBriar RosePeridot MaleficentThe Raven
The Jungle Book: BalooKaaKing LouieMowgliShere KhanBagheera
Fantasia: Sorcerer's Apprentice MickeyYen SidChernabogPlatinum Sorcerer's Apprentice MickeySpring Sprite
One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Cruella De VilPerditaPatchWinter Cruella
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Jack SkellingtonSallyZeroOogie BoogieSanta JackDr. FinkelsteinThe MayorChristmas SallyMan-Eating WreathLockShockBarrel
Pocahontas: PocahontasFlitMeekoPercyGrandmother WillowGovernor RatcliffeColors of the Wind Pocahontas
Big Hero 6: Hiro HamadaBaymaxPlatinum BaymaxHoney Lemon
Wreck-It Ralph: VanellopeRalphYesssFix-It Felix Jr.CalhounKing CandyPixel RalphPrincess Vanellope
The Princess and the Frog: TianaLouisRayDr. FacilierAlmost There TianaPrince NaveenPlatinum TianaCharlotte La BouffAventurine TianaMama Odie
Lady and the Tramp: LadyTramp
Hercules: HerculesMegPegasusHadesPhilZeusBaby PegasusBaby Hercules
The Emperor's New Groove: KuzcoKronkPachaYzmaYzma Kitty
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow WhiteDopeyMagic MirrorThe Evil QueenGrumpyThe PrinceSleepyDocWinter Snow WhiteThe WitchObsidian Snow WhitePlatinum Snow WhiteBashfulSneezyPurple Diamond Dopey
The Rescuers: BernardBiancaMadame Medusa
Robin Hood: Robin HoodMaid MarianLady KluckLittle JohnSir HissPrince John
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad: Mr. Toad
The Hunchback of Notre Dame: EsmeraldaQuasimodoHugoFrollo
The Sword in the Stone: ArthurArchimedesMerlinMadam MimSugar BowlYoung Mim
Mickey's Christmas Carol: Bob Cratchit MickeyGhost of Jacob MarleyEbenezer Scrooge McDuckTiny TimEmily Cratchit MinnieGhost of Christmas Future Pete
A Goofy Movie: MaxVacation GoofyPowerlineRoxannePJ
Raya and the Last Dragon: RayaSisuTuk TukNamaariHuman Sisu
The Three Caballeros: JoséPanchitoCaballero Donald
Encanto: MirabelAntonioLuisaBrunoIsabelaPlatinum MirabelAlma MadrigalCamiloDoloresEmbroidered Mirabel
Bolt: Bolt
The Fox and the Hound: TodCopper
The Great Mouse Detective: Professor Ratigan
Pixie Hollow: SilvermistIridessaRosettaFawn
Treasure Planet: John Silver
The Black Cauldron: The Horned King
Oliver & Company: OliverDodger
Wish: AshaValentinoStar

Disney animated shows
DuckTales: Scrooge McDuckLaunchpad McQuackWebby VanderquackGizmoduckMagica De SpellHueyDeweyLouie

Darkwing Duck: Darkwing Duck
Rescue Rangers: ChipDaleGadgetMonterey JackDevil DaleAngel Chip
Gargoyles: GoliathBronxDemona
The Proud Family: Penny ProudSuga Mama
Kim Possible: Kim Possible
Adventures of the Gummi Bears: Zummi Gummi
TaleSpin: Talespin Baloo
Phineas and Ferb: Perry the Platypus

Monsters, Inc.: MikeSulleyRandallCeliaRozBoo

Toy Story: WoodyBuzz LightyearAlienJessieBullseyeBo PeepForkyRexDuke CaboomHammMrs. NesbitZurgLotsoPlatinum WoodyBunnyStinky PeteFluorite Buzz
Finding Nemo/Finding Dory: NemoDoryHankCrushBruceBaby DoryDestinyBaileyPearlPlatinum NemoDarla
Cars: Lightning McQueenCruz RamirezJackson StormMater
Inside Out: JoySadnessAngerDisgustFearBing BongRainbow UnicornSapphire JoyAnxietyEmbarrassment
Coco: Miguel RiveraHéctorDanteImeldaPepitaAlebrije DanteErnestoMama CocoDisguised MiguelPlatinum Miguel
Ratatouille: RemyAnton EgoAlfredo LinguiniAuguste Gusteau
The Incredibles: Mr. IncredibleMrs. IncredibleJack-JackVioletDashFrozoneEdna ModeSyndrome
A Bug's Life: FlikPrincess AttaHeimlich
Brave: MeridaYoung MeridaQueen Elinor
Up: DugRusselCarlKevinAlphaHeadphones Dug
Onward: IanBarleyThe Manticore
Soul: Joe22
Luca: LucaAlberto
Turning Red: Meilin LeeRed Panda MeiAbby ParkRed Panda Ming Lee
Lightyear: Captain LightyearSox
Pixar Shorts: Bao
Elemental: EmberWade
Alien Remix: Monsters Inc. AlienIncredibles Alien

Disney video games
Kingdom Hearts: SoraAquaCaptain GoofyRoyal Magician Donald
Disney live-action films
Pirates of the Caribbean: Captain Jack SparrowBarbossaDavy JonesElizabeth SwannPrison DogTia Dalma

Descendants: Mal
Hocus Pocus: Winifred SandersonMary SandersonSarah SandersonBinxBilly ButchersonYoung WinifredThe Book
Mary Poppins: Mary PoppinsBertJolly Holiday Mary Poppins
Enchanted: GiselleWedding Giselle
Jungle Cruise: FrankLily Houghton
The Little Mermaid: King TritonAriel
Cruella: Masquerade Cruella
The Santa Clause: Scott CalvinBernard the Elf
Maleficent: Maleficent

Disney live-action shows
The Golden Girls: Rose NylundBlanche DevereauxSophia PetrilloDorothy Zbornak
Disney Parks
The Haunted Mansion: Hatbox GhostMadame LeotaThe BrideHitchhicker Ghost PhineasConstance

Matterhorn Bobsleds: Abominable Snowman
Journey Into Imagination: FigmentSketch FigmentRainbow Figment
Main Street Electrical Parade: Electrical Parade ElliottElectrical Parade MinnieElectrical Parade Tinker BellElectrical Parade Cheshire CatElectrical Parade Blue FairyElectrical Parade GenieElectrical Parade Nemo
World of Color: World of Color Mickey
It's a Small World: It's a Small World
Space Mountain: Space Mountain
Disney Munchlings: Munchlings Cherry Tart Minnie

Disney Theatrical Productions
The Lion King: Broadway Mufasa
The Muppets
The Muppets: Kermit the FrogFozzie BearSwedish ChefMiss PiggyGonzoAnimal

The Muppet Christmas Carol: Bob Cratchit KermitMiss Piggy Emily Cratchit
Muppets Haunted Mansion: Madame PigotaGauzey the Hatbox Bear

Star Wars: ReyFinnBB-8Kylo RenLuke SkywalkerPrincess LeiaThe MandalorianGroguChewbaccaHondoFirst Order StormtrooperHan SoloR2-D2Cara DuneMoff GideonDeath TrooperPoe DameronC-3POBoba FettJabba the HuttAnakin Skywalker/Darth VaderQueen AmidalaDarth MaulFennec ShandAhsoka TanoJedi AnakinGeneral GrievousYodaLando CalrissianEmperor PalpatineGrand Moff TarkinK-2SOJyn ErsoCassian AndorObi-Wan KenobiGrand InquisitorWicketJedi Master LukeImperial StormtrooperBo-KatanCad BanePlatinum GroguSalacious CrumbBoushh Disguise LeiaRancorSabine WrenC1-10PMace WinduJar Jar BinksAdmiral AckbarHera SyndullaAdmiral AckbarEmerald YodaMeadow PadméEndor Rebel LeiaQui-Gon Jinn

Indiana Jones: Indiana JonesMarion RavenwoodHelena1969 Indiana Jones
Willow: WillowKit

20th Century Studios
Ron's Gone Wrong: RonBarney

Ice Age: ScratSidMannyDiego
Anastasia: Anastasia RomanovRasputin
Titanic: RoseJack