List of Fictional Princesses - Film - Animated - Other


Princess Film Notes
Princess Fiona Shrek Princess Fiona is initially portrayed as the archetypal princess from fairy tales, speaking formally in matters of courtship and presenting high expectations of how she is to be rescued, who is to rescue her, and so forth. She seems to give off an air of prissiness and even snobbery to a degree (however this is shown to be purely out of her concern for breaking her curse, which she is ashamed of). Later, Princess Fiona's true self emerges, as she is really a very down-to-earth and independent woman who is a match or even better than Shrek when it comes to farting, belching and other bad habits. She is a loyal friend, and unlike princesses of fairy tales, an expert in hand-to-hand combat with knowledge of Japanese martial arts. She also has very bad manners (just like Shrek), since she is an ogre. However, she is much more well-mannered when in front of her parents. Princess Fiona is voiced by Cameron Diaz.
Princess Anneliese Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper Voiced by Kelly Sheridan.
Thumbelina Thumbelina Based on the classic fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen, perhaps one of the most well-known adaptations of Thumbelina is the 1994 animated film starring Jodi Benson as the voice of title character. Other adaptations include:
  • Thumbelina (1992), starring Jodi Benson as the voice of Thumbelina.
  • The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as Thumbelina/Maya.
  • Barbie Presents: Thumbelina, starring Kelly Sheridan as the voice of Barbie (Thumbelina).
Princess Bala Antz Voiced by Sharon Stone.
Anya Anastasia Loosely based on the story of Anastasia Romanov, youngest daughter of Nicholas II, the last Russian Tsar, and the rumors surrounding her supposed escape from the massacre that killed her family.
San Princess Mononoke A girl raised by wolves. If not a princess in actuality, a princess by name (she is called "Princess Mononoke" by the neighboring village people). Voiced by Yuriko Ishida in the original Japanese and by Claire Danes in the English version.
Sheeta Castle in the Sky Princess Lusheeta Toel Ul Laputa, otherwise known as "Sheeta". Voiced by Keiko Yokozawa in the original Japanese, by Lara Cody in the 1989 JAL/Streamline English release, and by Anna Paquin, with Debi Derryberry as the Young Sheeta, in the 2003 Disney distribution.
NausicaƤ NausicaƤ of the Valley of the Wind A 1984 animated film by Hayao Miyazaki, based on his manga of the same name. Other princesses who appear in the film:
  • Princess Lastelle of Pejite
  • Princess Kushana of Tolmekia
Princess Atta A Bug's Life In the film, Atta is voiced by Julia Louis-Dreyfus. She is voiced by Jodi Benson in the PlayStation video game.
Princess Dot A Bug's Life Voiced by Hayden Panettiere.
Princess Yum-Yum The Thief and the Cobbler
Princess Irene The Princess and the Goblin Voiced by Sally Ann Marsh.
Princess Allura Voltron
Princess The Snow Queen Voiced by Scarlett Strallen.
Princess Peri Banu The Adventures of Prince Achmed 1926 German film based on a combination of the stories of "The Story of Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Paribanou" and "Aladdin" from One Thousand and One Nights. The oldest surviving animated feature film.
Dot Warner Wakko's Wish Though never thoroughly established, it is hinted at throughout the series that the Warners may be of royal lineage.

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