As long as there have been animated films, there have been #Heroes and villains. Built on the backs of fairy tales, the animated #Disney heroes can often make human versions of themselves based on their success graph. With the company releasing a quintet of titles on Blu-ray, we’d go over the entirety of the House of Mouse catalog and pick out our favorite friends and foes.

Captain Phoebus

Captain Phoebus is a famous fictional character; he is the Captain of the King's Archers. In the animated Disney version “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” Phoebus is voiced by Kevin Kline and serves a supporting protagonist. In the climactic battle, Phoebus rallies the French citizens to fight Frollo's thugs and liberate their city.

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He pursues Frollo into the cathedral and witnesses Quasimodo fall from the balcony, catching Quasimodo in #TIME to save his life.

Sheriff Woody

Sheriff Woody is a famous fictional character of the “Toy Story” franchise. He is voiced by Tom Hanks in all of the feature-length and short films and by Jim Hanks in video games and shorts. His facial features are based on Tone Thyne, an animator for Disney at the time. Woody made a cameo in the outtakes of Pixar's “A Bug's Life” as a crew member, clapping the upside-down clapperboard.

Flynn Rider

Flynn Rider has appeared in “Tangled,” “Tangled Ever After,” and “Tangled: The Series.” The character was voiced by Zachary Levi, who decided to audition for the role upon learning that he would also be providing the character's singing voice. Initially, Rider was conceived as a British farmer named Bastian until his voice actor was finally cast.

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He is best known for his appealing outfit and attractive facial features.

Aladdin (Disney character)

The list of best and most famous Disney heroes cannot be completed without mentioning Aladdin. In all animated productions, Aladdin was voiced by Scott Weinger, while Brad Kane provided his singing voice. Since his childhood, Aladdin has learned to be on the streets of Agrabah. The character was drawn with large eyes, like those of other Disney heroes, to indicate innocence. The lineaments of his body are more free-flowing and more rounded than is usual for Disney heroes. Like most Disney male protagonists, Aladdin is a brave boy who seeks to win the affection of many other characters, which demonstrates his insecurity. Aladdin is portrayed as a good-hearted person. He is not above lying and stealing, though never with evil intentions, but in order to survive. He is formerly a member of the Disney Adventurers franchise targeted at young boys sold by the Disney Store from 1999 to 2004.