Disney (and other cartoon) characters come with different voices, or occasionally, no voices, like Tinkerbell and Ariel for a chunk of “The Little Mermaid” after she gives hers up. Anyway, some voices sound beautiful, and some could sound better.
Here are the characters whose voices could be better:
1: Snow White – Her voice is very high.
2: Aurora – not only is her speaking voice a bit mature for her age, but her singing voice didn’t appeal to me, either.
3: Pinocchio – I find his voice a bit too high, sometimes making me favor Pinocchio in the “Shrek” movies.
4: Vanellope Von Schweetz – She has a raspy voice, which may have a purpose. But it still isn’t one of my favorites.
Now onto the characters whose voices I have neutral opinions on:
1: Alice – Her voice is a little mature for her age, but still not bad.
2: Pocahontas – As much as I love the song, “Colors of the Wind,” I find Pocahontas’s voice to remain somewhere in the middle of beautiful and unappealing, maybe because her voice is kind of deep.
And finally, the characters with great voices:
1: Ariel – Okay, that’s an obvious one. It’s an important element to the story that her voice sounds beautiful.
2: Aladdin – I don’t know why, but his voice sounds appealing to me.
3: Jasmine – Although her speaking and singing voices were done by two different actresses, both are dazzling.
Those are just a select few since there are so many different characters.