Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Disney Animated Shows (IN progress...please ignore :) )

1. 101 Dalmatians: The Series
1997-1998 / Title: n/a / Team: M:2 F:2

Cadpig (small blue-eyed, in the center of the photo): their sister, runt of the family, the most intelligent, strong for her size
Spot: chicken who wants to be a dalmatian, voice of reason, good dancer, good at math, easily frightened

2.Adventures of the Gummi Bears
1985-1991 / Title: M:5 F:2/ Team : M:6 F:3

Grammi Gummi: An old bear who is the matriarch of Gummi-Glen. She acts as the group's mother, who cooks, cleans, and is the Gummi who prepares the Gummiberry Juice. She has a huge rivalry with Gruffi Gummi, and tends to bicker with him over what has to be done.

Sunni Gummi: A preteen Gummi, who dreams about becoming a princess just like her best friend the human Princess Calla. Sunni is the most curious about human culture and human fashion, and least concerned with Gummi history. Later in the series she is shown to have a crush on Gusto. 

Supporting Character

 Calla: A tomboyish princess who despises her father's dream of her being the most 'perfect princess'.

3. Aladdin
1994-1995 / Title: M:1 F:0/ Team: M:5 F:1

Princess Jasmine: The Princess of Agrabah. She was originally forced to choose a suitor by her 16th birthday, but soon she fell in love with Aladdin and they are now engaged to be married. She now spends her time finally getting the chance to see the world outside of the palace and sometimes goes on adventures with Aladdin and company.

Supporting Characters
Thundra: Thundra, the Rainbird, oversees all the world's weather. She instantly falls in love with Iago and is now his girlfriend.

Eden: A genie who became the girlfriend of Aladdin's Genie.

Dhandi: A young, orphaned street urchin girl who manages to find a bottle containing a female genie, named Eden, who becomes her surrogate family.

Sadira: A female streetrat who was saved by Aladdin and fell in love. Jealous of the princess, she learns the art of "Sand Magic" and uses it to try and make Aladdin love her. She eventually reforms and becomes friends with the group.
Queen Hippsodeth: Hippsodeth is the ruler of the Isle of Galifem, home of the Galifem warriors. After being defeated by the Sultan in battle, she fell in love with him. Her "right-hand woman" is Scara, one of the Galifem warriors, a goofy, comic relief character.


Mirage: This female evil sorceress claims to be an incarnation of all evil, and yearns to crush Agrabah and all of the surrounding kingdoms to dust.

Minos, Fatima (shown on the left), Aziz: A trio of thieves who were once Aladdin's friends, and Abu's original owners, until they attempted to steal a magical gemstone and make a fortune from it. Instead, it transformed them into monsters, and they disappeared, only to eventually resurface seeking revenge on Aladdin and Abu, the only ones not transformed.

Saleen: A bratty mermaid who hates not getting her way. She originally tried to steal Aladdin away from Jasmine, but now seeks revenge against him for rejecting her. Unlike Sadira she doesn't reform.

4. Bonkers 
1993-1994 / Title: M:1 F:0 / Team: M:2 F:0/M:1 F:1 (Wright replaces Lucky as Bonkers' partner halfway through the series)

Marilyn Piquel:is Lucky Piquel's child genius prodigy daughter. She is an aspiring artist as well as script/story writing and has deep connection to toons such as Bonkers. She is more than capable of taking care of herself and aids her father in a number of his cases often being the words of wisdom or source of knowledge to Lucky.

Dilandra Piquel: She is Lucky's understanding wife who supports her husband and at times encourages their daughter, Marilyn.

Miranda Wright: She replaces Lucky Piquel as Bonkers' partner when he leaves to become an FBI agent. Miranda is a kind and moral person

5. Brandy & Mr. Whiskers
2004-2006 / Title: M:1 F:1/ Team: M:5 F:5

Brandy Harrington: A classy, mixed breed dog that was owned by a wealthy person. She is prone to act like a drama queen, and can be more annoying than Whiskers at times because of her spoiled upbringing.

Supporting Characters
Lola Boa: Often the voice of reason amongst Brandy's friends. She speaks with a heavy Hispanic accent. However, Lola remains Brandy's best friend and she's usually there to help her out when the going gets tough, though Brandy's cruel nature is sometimes too harsh for her to even tolerate.


Cheryl and Meryl: Cheryl and Meryl are cute, twin toucan sisters that have a grudge against one another and are Brandy's closest girl friends next to Lola. While they care for one another, they often compete and bicker over petty matters, though they do agree with each other in certain rare circumstances. They speak in an African-American hip-hop style, though they are presumed to be from the local area.

Margo: A stick bug who is rivals with Brandy in the social chain of the Amazon Rainforest. Despite the fact that Margo hangs out with Brandy in some instances, she isn't afraid of belittling her in order to improve her own social standing. On rare occasions, Margo can be nice and caring, against her normal snobbish, vain self.

Gabriella: She is Gaspar's girlfriend. She is often seen accompanied by Margo and the Lemur. Gabriella is an upscale basilisk lizard who takes care of her appearance and fashion. She's an enemy of Brandy.

6. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
2000-2001 / Title: M:1 F:0 / Team: M:3 F:1
Princess Mira Nova: A rookie ranger and heir to the Tangean throne. She utilizes her people's ability to phase through walls (called "ghosting") and read minds. Buzz has a tendency to refer to her as "Princess" when he's angry with her. She acts as Buzz's co-pilot and second-in-command. She has the most common sense of the team. Mira also has an estranged relationship with her father King Nova, who disapproves of her choice of being a Space Ranger, though deep down she still cares about him


Supporting Characters

Petra Hammerhold: Senator Hammerhold's daughter. She joined Star Command when her father forced her to do so (largely to keep her from her boyfriend Plasma Boy). She was initially resentful of this, but was moved by Buzz's heroism during a crisis.

Dr. Ozma Furbanna: Lead (and only) naturalist on planet Karn. She favors all animals (even the lethal carnivores) and hates to have them hurt; no matter what. Has a crush on Buzz (won't admit it, though), and vice-versa.

42: Usually the name of Buzz Lightyear's ship, it gained A.I. from one of the encounters with the Valkyran Raiders and a new energy projector device inserted on the ship by the Little Green Men. 42 doesn't like what Buzz says about her and usually controls the ship herself. XR developed a crush on her. When the Valkyran Raiders were thwarted, 42's consciousness was placed into a robot body and she now helps the LGMs.

Madam President (on the left in the photo): Head of the Galactic Alliance. Her real name is unknown.


Gravitina: A large-headed female villain with mental control over gravity. One of Zurg's allies and once hired to destroy Star Command. She's in love with Buzz and later his evil counterpart.

7. Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
1989-1990 / Title: M: 2 F:0 / Team: M:3 F:1

Gadget Hackwrench: A young female mouse and the team's pilot, mechanic and inventor. At loose-ends since her father's death and eager to help, she joins the team.  In addition to building and maintaining the Ranger Plane, Gadget is the one responsible for the various technological items used by the team, and is regularly inventing new vehicles and tools for the team's use. She has a "mind-bashingly high IQ" and is easily bored. Both Chip and Dale are attracted to Gadget, and often compete for her attention, but she doesn't seem to notice in many cases.

Foxglove: a pink bat who starts off as an assistant to an evil amateur witch named Winifred. However, she fell in love with Dale and changed sides. Foxglove has tremendous courage and is also shown to be cheerful and fun-loving.

8. Darkwing Duck
1991-1992 / Title: M:1 F:0/ Team: M:2 F:1

Gosalyn Mallard: Darkwing Duck's 9-year-old adopted tomboyish daughter. Occasional crime fighter as "Crimson Quackette" and later as "Quiverwing Quack."

Morgana Macawber: A powerful sorceress of the reputable Macawber Family from Transylvania. When she settled in St. Canard, she tried her hand at the criminal life to acquire the money to pay off her student loans, but she reformed after a few encounters with Darkwing Duck. The two bonded romantically at first sight and this relationship eventually swayed Morgana to do better.

9. Disney's Doug (sequel series to nickelodeon’s Doug )
1996-1999 / Title: M:1 F:0 / Team: M:2 F:1

Patti Mayonnaise: One of the friendliest girls in school, and gets along with almost everyone. She met Doug when he first moved to Bluffington, and he instantly fell in love with her. She is a very well-preforming student, in both academics and athletics. She also formed her own softball team, "Patti's Pulverizers", after being rejected from the school team. She also gets jealous when Doug is with other girls.

Supporting Characters
Judy Funnie: Doug's older sister. She is overly-dramatic (due to her being an aspiring actress) and will announce her feelings anytime she wants, and usually presents them in an over-the-top way, whether anyone is listening or not. Judy is very interested in modern art and theater arts, and is an actress and director for a number of stage performances. At times, she can be quite rude, mean, callous and sarcastic towards Doug and rub things in his face when he's feeling awful, to the point of sometimes being the antagonist for certain episodes, but inside, she deeply cares for him and always makes sure he's alright.

Beebe Bluff: Daughter of Bill Bluff (the richest man in Bluffington) and his wife and Patti's best friend. The middle school that the kids start attending in the Disney series was named after her.

11. DuckTales 
1987-1990 / Title: M: 4 F: 0 / Team: M:4 F:2
Supporting Characters
Webby Vanderquack: She is the granddaughter of Betina Beakley. Webby is an extremely affectionate, adorable and emotional little duckling and has a great love for animals. The Disney studio promotional material said that her greatest goal is to become the Fourth Nephew. Webby often feels neglected and this has often been the impetus for her own misadventures. One even caused her to join the Beagle Babes after being kidnapped by them. Despite incidents like the prior, Webby is also often the voice of reason and is shown to be much more sensible about certain things than the boys.

Bentina Beakley: She is hired by Scrooge McDuck to be his maid, his nephews' nanny and mother figure, and as a housemaid and cook, asking only for room and board in Scrooge's mansion – an offer Scrooge could not refuse.

Glittering Goldie: Scrooge McDuck's secret sweetheart.

Magica De Spell: She is a witch who wants to obtain Scrooge's Number One Dime, in order to be able to make an amulet that will give her the Midas Touch. Magica tells that she also needs the amulet to restore her brother Poe to his normal form.


Millionara Vanderbucks: A rich woman with whom Scrooge falls in love. Sadly for Scrooge, she only wants to marry him for his money.

Ma Beagle: She is the mother of the Beagle Boys and the matriarch of the clan.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Disneyland Rides/Attractions Gender/Race Demographics Part 4/4

 Final Analysis

        After days of watching POV Youtube videos of rides, researching Disneyland’s history, and ransacking my own memories of going to Disneyland I have learned way more than I ever needed to about Disneyland rides. Unsurprisingly, I have concluded that rides and attractions led by both females and people of color are seriously lacking at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA.
      Female depictions are most prominent in the slow moving ‘fantastical’ rides meant for small children. Once you get into the older demographics that demand more fast paced action adventure rides like Indiana Jones, boy characters become men and girls disappear leaving women completely ignored. This trend continues the stereotype of women being too weak to partake action, much less lead an action-based story. Women commonly being stereotyped as either shallow supporting characters, hyper sexualized love interests or damsel in distresses in media, prevents them from being seen as more than just their bodies. I think that our culture's obsession with sexualizing women combined with Disney's fear of anything sexual and their inability to see protagonist women as anything other than naive innocent young 'girls' are some of the factors that contribute to the almost nonexistent presence of women at Disneyland Resort. 
       Even though powerful middle age/older women are not allowed to hold a story of their own, when they do appear, they are always seen as antagonists (Maleficent, Ursula) and usually end up overshadowing their protagonist when it comes to ride/attraction appearances (Snow White’s Scary Adventure and Sleeping Beauty’s Castle).
      It was also interesting to see that most of the main female characters that are depicted on rides are associated with magic and fantasy. Containing female potential to beautiful princesses, pixies and ugly witches keeps females in the realm of fairy tales and make-believe. These portrayals are not bad in themselves but the fact that they are the only depictions makes it a problem. With no women being found partaking in technology in Tomorrowland or exploring America in Frontierland it creates an environment that continues to reinforce real world female stereotypes in the 'land where everyone's dreams can come true'. The most competent female character on a Disneyland Resort ride, Gadget the mouse, barely appears on her own ride. She's a smart inventor who, in her attraction's storyline, 'built the roller coaster herself'. Despite all her accomplishments, all you see of her in the attraction are a few pictures of her in the queue and her silhouette on a weathervane above the entrance. At first, I had totally forgot that ride was based on a female character. Her presence was lacking so much on that ride that I always thought the ride was based on Inspector Gadget or something like that. Anyways, my point is that even when there are strong female protagonists in the park, they don't get nearly as much attention as those less competent but more glamorous female characters.
      Another thing I noticed was that the animatronics of male characters were placed in action poses much more often than females. Females most of the time like Wendy, Snow White, Alice, the women in Pirates, the bride in the Haunted House, and Princess Leia in Star Tours just stand or sit for most if not all their appearances. Other females in It's a Small World, Splash Mountain or Fantasy Faire mainly dance and sing. Or in Jessica Rabbit’s case, she's in a car trunk in one appearance and then free in her second appearance 'about to take out one of the weasels with her hammer'...

I wish I had the time to categorize and layout all the animatronics used in the rides like their silhouettes side by side, but alas I cannot. Anyways, female characters are clearly depicted in poses that are either really restricted, lack agency or are posed to be reactive to their environment. BUT ONCE AGAIN, the women that do have very active poses are villains like Maleficent, the Red Queen and the Queen/Witch. This trend, whether they intended it to or not, creates the association that women with power, assertiveness and agency are evil and that 'good girls' stay passive and reactive.   

Gender Depiction by Lands

I was surprised at how most of the female rides had been concentrated to one ‘land’. I found it both funny and depressing that they had all be clumped into Fantasyland, as if only in the world of the impossible are females capable of being main characters in stories. Despite the large number of female led rides they still only tie and never surpass the amount of male rides in Fantasyland.

Race Depiction by Lands

Racial diversity was also clumped, this time into two lands, Fantasyland and Adventureland. By race being focused into these two worlds, the lens of exoticism in perpetuated. People of color continue to be seen as ‘the other’ who is associated with far off lands and imaginative tales.  
Age Depiction

Another way I looked at the data was through the depiction of age. I took all the attractions that had humans in them (since their age is more obvious than anthropomorphic characters), looked at their ‘gender’ and decided if the ‘male’ rides’ main character was a boy or man, and the same was applied to the ‘female’ rides/ attractions. I picked out either the star character that the ride is named after, or the most prominently shown human character on the ride. I considered ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ both under the age of 21. I was actually surprised by how many men starred in attractions, despite Disneyland being geared mostly toward children. I thought their would have been more boys and girls. More girls are represented in ride versus boys, but then when it comes to women, they are almost nonexistent. 
Concluding Thoughts

      When looking at the park depictions, one might be quick to say “Well, they are just recreating the films that the rides are based off of, the films are the real problem!” But I don't think its that simple.  Looking at all this data made me start to wonder about amusement parks in general and their relation to current media culture.
       Why can’t amusement parks have their own original content (that can then have positive depictions of race and gender)? Why do they have to wait for films to do it first? Most of the older (and most beloved) rides at Disney are more or less unique meaning not based on any one specific source material (It’s a Small World, The Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Autopia, Jungle Cruise, Thunder Mountain Railroad). These rides have probably survived due to both their innovative design and strong nostalgic factor. But even then, the originality of these rides is no longer off limits to Imagineers, as they have (like everything else in the world) been changed, compromised and consumed by our media culture, especially in the new millennium. Countless films, have been based on Disney attractions: Pirates of the Caribbean (5, yes 5 films), The Haunted Mansion, The Country Bears, Tomorrowland, with a film based on the Jungle Cruise and a remake of Haunted Mansion already in the works. Even more so, there have been many changes to the actual original rides to either reference their movie counterparts (Pirates) or other Disney franchises (It’s a Small World and Space Mountain).
    While other source material (like tv, books, and music) can maintain a steady stream of new original content that can either spearhead a franchise or be successful without a mega franchise or blockbuster movie, I feel like mainstream amusement parks are no longer capable of that. I wonder if amusement parks today are so commercialized that its now impossible for them to generate original content. Would their audience even let them?
    It makes me wonder what amusements will look like in the future. With Disney coming out with franchise themed lands at their different parks (Cars Land, Star Wars Land, Toy Story land), they seem to be following Universal Studios in this trend of creating amusement parks based off of franchises that completely lack any sort of creative cohesion (like Universal Studios doesn’t have any 'lands'). Instead of being an 'experience', amusement parks have the potential to become extremely glamorized (and crowded) malls,where you will have 'franchised worlds' with one or two rides accompanied by massive amounts of stores full of merchandising of said franchise. And I'm sure it's already been heading this direction for quite a while now. In the end, I’m pretty sure it comes down to money. It’s just easier and a safer financial bet to base amusement parks off established franchises. 
    ANYWAYS, in the future, I’d like to research the parades in the park to see how they’ve changed over the years in terms of both representation and just content in general. I also want to do this same research on California Adventure, Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flags Magic Mountain and Knott’s Berry Farm, maybe during the summer. Also it'd be great to look at the parks in Florida and around the world. I'd loooove to compare race and gender depictions in the different Disneylands around the world and how Disney chooses to cater to each country's mainstream culture.
   It’s important to understand what is being presented at these parks because millions upon millions visit them daily. Another aspect to this discussion (which I might address at another time) is the actual visitor and their mindset while at one of these parks. People go to these parks with their guard down, waiting to be entertained and ready to embrace the nostalgia that these parks can bring about. This relaxed mindset can be a problem because it allows visitors to glaze over racist and sexist depiction that would be immediately called out in today’s world. These depictions are then not only ignored but even cherished by visitors. The point of my research is not meant to call out Disney in propagating these negative portrayals, the point to bring awareness to our collective willful ignorance. In the past Disney has changed their attractions after being called out on their depictions (see Tom Sawyer’s Island) so its not like they aren't willing to listen to their audience.

If you see any discrepancies in my research above, let me know! I did this project for fun and I know some of my guidelines and decisions can be seen as subjective, but I just really wanted to get some sort of research out there, since it seems that critical analysis in this area is pretty lacking overall.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Disneyland Rides/Attractions Gender/Race Demographics Part 3/4

King Arthur Carousel-"Male"
Mad Tea Party
- Unisex 

Main Street Cinema- Unisex

Main Street Vehicles- Unisex

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh-"Male" - Females: Kanga appears once and there are a few female Heffalumps and Woozles (obvious because of their eyelashes and bows).

Mark Twain Riverboat-"Male" 

Matterhorn Bobsleds -Unisex

Mickey’s House and Meet Mickey-"Male"- I thought it'd be interesting to compare how Disney (on their website) describes Mickey's house vs. Minnie's.

"Get ready to meet the most "famouse" star around — meet, greet and snap a photo with Mickey himself! Welcome to the home of a Disney legend. Explore this charming mouse house and find fantastic treasures like Mickey's baby shoes and photos of Mickey with his old pal Walt Disney.
Mouse-y Memorabilia
Delight in the silly design details that celebrate all things Mickey. Grab a giggle at the bookshelf where the famous books have Mouse friendly titles like "Mice Station Zebra" and, of course, the "Random Mouse Dictionary."
Hollywood Living
Behind the house might be the greatest treasure of all — Mickey's movie barn! Step inside, walk through the prop department and see costumes and props from some of his most famous cartoons.
And, for the grand finale, you'll get to meet Mickey Mouse!"

Minnie’s House-"Female" 

"Pull open the heart-shaped gate, cross the pink picket fence and stroll into Minnie's house! This rosy home is full of sweet surprises like framed family photos over the candy-colored fireplace and a talking wishing well — with Minnie's voice wishing you all the best!
Mouse Around
Minnie has a paws-on policy in her house. Pull open the Cheesemore refrigerator and find every cheese known to "mouse-kind." Make a cake in the oven rise and fall with the turn of a knob. Hop on Minnie's sweetheart-shaped computer and read all her emails, or page through sophisticated magazines like Mademousele and Cosmousepolitan."

I thought the 'read her emails!' part was a bit creepy.

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride- "Male"-Females: none

Peter Pan’s Flight- "Male" - Females: Wendy, Tigerlily and the mermaids all make an appearance. Wendy is the only one who appears more than once. The females overall lack agency as Wendy and Tigerlily are both shown tied up while displaying no strong emotion, especially in their both language, about their situation. There is also a very quick scene of the Native Americans from Neverland. 

Pinocchio’s Daring Journey- "Male"- Females: A pair of girl marionettes and the Blue Fairy (one scene each)

Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island- "Male"- Female: none

Here's an interesting fact about the backstory of the cabin on the island in relation to race : "Over the years, there have been theme changes to the cabin itself: originally, it was said to have been set afire by a hostile native tribe. This storyline was eventually changed due to complaints from Native American guests, so it was said to have been the home of a moonshiner who had fallen into a drunken stupor when he should have been minding his still; later, after the live flames were eliminated, the fire was described (at least in the Mark Twain steamboat narration) as the result of unspecified carelessness, and as having left not only the cabin's owner homeless, but also some of the local wildlife" (wikipedia).

Pirates of the Caribbean- "Male" - Females: Yes, a couple of wenches who are either tied up and being auctioned off as brides or running from the pirates. Both of these situation are pretty awful, especially when you think of what will probably happen next once the pirates get the women they want. There are no female pirates. It's interesting to see how they separate the 'American pirates' Jack Sparrow and Barbossa from all the assumed 'Spanish pirates' (the background signs imply Caribbean Spanish colonies). The other pirates get involved with the plundering, pillaging, rape and arson of actual pirates, while the American/Disney pirates do there own thing either fighting on a ships, chilling with treasure, or making quick cameos in other scenes.

Pixie Hollow - Tinker Bell & Her Fairy Friends-"Female"-Females: appear only temporarily, The visitors can walk through the Pixie Hollow area (no characters in itself) The pixies appear only during certain times, for photo-ops. Of the five main pixies two are minorities Slivermist (Asian) and Iridessa (African American).

Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin- "Male" -Females: Jessica Rabbit appears only twice, the first time is just her legs popping out of a car trunk next to a Weasel who had apparently stuff her there (this kind of annoys me because in the film, Jessica is the one who hits Roger with a pan and stuffs him in the trunk of her car) and then the second time its her full body.

Sailing Ship Colombia- Unisex
Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough
- "Female"- Females: Aurora, Maleficent, and the fairies, although Maleficent appeared way more than Aurora.

Snow White’s Scary Adventures
Snow White is the title character, however the Queen/Witch is actually the most prominently featured character on the ride. Snow White actually just makes only one appearance in the first half, then totally disappears from the ride. 

Splash Mountain- "Male"-Females: Not really, a few dancing female geese can be found on a riverboat visitors pass by but that's it. The ride uses characters from the Disney's Song of the South. This film has a lot of racism in it especially surrounding the character of Uncle Remus, which is why it's a film that Disney has yet to release in the US. So despite the source materiel, obviously there are no African Americans acknowledged on this ride.

Star Tours - The Adventure Continues- "Male" - Females: Princess Leia appears, as one of the possible four characters to inform the visitors on the ride that there is a 'rebel spy on their ship'.  Finn, who is African American, has only recently appeared on the ride. He plays a vital role during his segment but unfortunately he only appears on one of the possible four story lines that the ride can follow, specifically in the middle section of the ride.

Star Wars Launch Bay- Male (Located in the Innovations building) This museum is dedicated to Star Wars memorabilia, costumes, props, photo-ops, etc. The same building also houses Marvel Super Hero HQ, both attractions have more male representation in their museums than females (since the cast of the films from both attractions are overwhelmingly male). Like on Disney's website they say you can see Iron Man, Spiderman and Thor all at the Marvel exhibition but makes no mention of any female super heroes like Black Widow. I was going to consider this attraction unisex because its like a museum with all the props and costumes, but the content and characters attracting people to it are so overwhelming male that I decided it had to go into the 'male' section.

Storybook Land Canal Boats - Unisex -I decided to make this ride unisex because their aren't characters on the ride, nor is it really character driven. It just has a lot of miniature models of settings from a few Disney films. But I guess it's just interesting to note how these settings are divided race and gender wise. A setting gets points only if it is firstly connected with a person of color and/or female. (https://disneyland.disney.go.com/au/disneyland/storybook-land-canal-boats/)
(F=female, M=male)(W=white, O=race other than white)
  • The pigs' houses and the Big Bad Wolf's cave from The Three Little Pigs (N/A) (N/A)
  • An English village with a church and the entrance to the rabbit hole from Alice in Wonderland (F) (W)
  • London Park from Peter Pan (M) (W)
  • Agrabah, The Sultan's Palace and The Cave of Wonders from Aladdin (M,M) (O,O)
  • The Dwarfs' cottage and mine from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (M,M) (W,W)
  • The village from Cinderella with the castle and the Tremaine chateau (M, F) (W, W)
  • Toad Hall and Mole's house from The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (M,M) (N/A, N/A)
  • The Old Mill (N/A) (N/A)
  • The kingdom of Arendelle from Frozen, including the castle, Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna and Elsa’s mountaintop ice palace (F, M, F) (W, W, W)
  • Pinocchio's cobblestone village with Geppetto's Workshop (M) (W)
  • Prince Eric's Castle from The Little Mermaid (M) (W)
  • Atlantica partially hidden behind a waterfall, from The Little Mermaid (F) (W) 
Female = 5  Male = 11; White = 12 Other = 2
Tarzan’s Treehouse
- "Male" - Females: Jane appears once, sketching Tarzan. However, like the movie, despite the story taking place in Africa, Africans never appear nor are acknowledged.

Whew. So now that that's done, the fourth section will be my final thoughts and analysis concerning all the data I found. (There'll be more charts and graphs, yay!)