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A Bug's Life: Flik • Dot • Heimlich
Monsters, Inc.: Sulley • Mike • Boo • Randall • Celia • Roz • Fungus • George Sanderson
Cars: Lightning McQueen • Mater • Sally • Doc Hudson • Jackson Storm • Cruz Ramirez • Mack • Miss Fritter
Finding Nemo: Nemo • Dory • Marlin • Crush • Bruce • Destiny • Bailey • Hank • Deb • Squirt • Nigel • Gill • Sheldon • Pearl • Darla • Charlie • Jenny
WALL-E: WALL-E • EVE
Ratatouille: Remy • Linguini
Up: Carl Fredricksen • Dug • Kevin • Russell
Inside Out: Joy • Sadness • Anger • Disgust • Fear • Bing Bong
The Good Dinosaur: Arlo

The film changed the book's storyline in a number of places. For example, Mary, when approaching the house, controlled the wind rather than the other way around. As another example, the father, rather than the mother, interviewed Mary for the nanny position. A number of other changes were necessary to condense the story into feature length. In the film, there are only two Banks children, Jane and Michael. The satirical and mysterious aspects of the original book gave way to a cheerful and "Disney-fied" tone. Mary Poppins' character as portrayed by Andrews in the film is somewhat less vain and more sympathetic towards the children compared to the rather cold and intimidating nanny of the original book. Bert, as played by Van Dyke, was a composite of several characters from Travers' stories. Travers demanded that any suggestions of romance between Mary and Bert be eliminated, so lyrics were written for "Jolly Holiday" that clearly indicated that their friendship was purely platonic ; some subtle hints of romance, however, did remain in the finished film.

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