If you often watch an animated movie, then you might be familiar with the similar copies of animated film characters. Additionally, the impressive blending effect shown in the movie theater gets our mind to orgasm. Further, the world around us is an incredible source of inspiration.
To prove this to you, we show you some of the famous characters from our favorite animated movies that have real-life counterparts. Moreover, the cartoon character generally draws our attention when we compare it with real animals. This list contains the animated version of real animals. Stay tuned and follow the article until the end.
1. Mufasa and Simba: The Lion King
In the 1994 animated film The Lion King, Mufasa was a significant character. He was the Pride Lands king and Simba’s father. Moreover, Mufasa was assassinated during his reign, in an attempt to steal the throne by the younger, envious brother Scar.
Mufasa remains in the memories of his loved ones, despite his death. His soul appeared to guide his descendants in the clouds and the star.
2. Master Shifu: Kung Fu Panda
Master Shifu is one of Kung Fu Panda’s most important trainers and supporters. Also, he is today’s Jade Palace senior master and trainer of many Kungfu warriors, including Po (the Warrior of the Dragon), the Furious Five, and Tai Lung.
3. Tod and Copper: The Fox and The Hound
Fox and the Hound is an American animated movie by Walt Disney Productions, produced in 1981 and based freely on Daniel P. Mannix’s novel of the same name. Tod became motherlessness; Big Mama, owl character arranges a kind farmer called Widow Tweed to adopt the tod.
Tod and Copper met each other and became best friends. Slade is annoyed by Copper, as he continually wanders around and keeps him on a leash.
4. Pua: Moana
In the 2016 animated movie Moana, Pua is a secondary character. He’s Moana’s best friend and pot-belly pet pig. Pau is characterized as a loving and loyal pet with energetic and innocent puppy minded.
Matter of fact, he cares for Moana’s happiness a lot. Pau is always with Moana’s ambitions, assisting her all from his heart. He never hesitates to accept the difficult challenge even it is dangerous and life-threatening to him.
5. Kenai and Koda: Brother Bear
Kenai and Koda is the Brother Bear animated character, produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. In the film, Kenai, an Inuit boy, takes revenge on a bear that provoked the murder of his oldest brother Sitka.
Also, Kenai pursues and kills the bear. However, the spirits of a bear, angry with this unnecessary death, turn Kenai into a bear himself as a punishment. Kenai should travel to the mountain where the light of the north touches the earth again to be human.
6. Sylvester: The Looney Tunes Show
Sylvester James Pussycat is a tuxedo cat who sometimes found chasing Tweety, Speedy Gonzales, or Hippety Hopper, featuring in numerous looney-tune animated cartoons. He hangs out with a porky pig. Also, portrays mainly with his owner, Granny.
Sylvester shows a great amount of pride and jealousy, and even he never gives up. Sylvester was definitely on the “lesser side” of the Looney Tunes winner/loser hierarchy, notwithstanding his pride and diligence.
7. Po: Kung fu Panda
The main character of the Kung Fu Panda series is Master Po Ping. He is the adopted kid of Mr.ping. In the animated movie, his birth father (biological) is Li Shan and his lovely wife, who died in the battle. Besides, Kung fu panda is one of the students of Master Shifu.
Po was born in the village, and his parents were murdered in a massacre. He was found by Mr.ping, a noodle shop owner, and eventually adopted him as a son. Unwavering enthusiasm toward kung fu led him to became Dragon Warrion under the guidance of Master Shifu.
8. Marlin and Dory: Finding Nemo
Marlin is the animated star of Disney / Pixar’s 2003 movie, Finding Nemo. He is a clownfish who makes his base in the Great Barrier Reef, inside a sea anemone. He used to have a friend called Coral, who died in a barracuda attack, who he names Nemo.
On the screen, Marlin appears to be neurotic, nervous, and cynical, thinking that Nemo can’t swim well, but surprisingly, he can swim well. Regarding personality, Marling was a very playful, loving, happy, and easy-going clownfish, as shown beside his wife.
9. HeiHei: Moana
Heihei is an essential character in the animated feature film Moana by Disney in 2016. He’s an accident-prone rooster and Motunui’s village idiot. As Moana embarks on a journey taking her beyond the island, Heihei unwittingly follows in a stowaway fashion.
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