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These are the Disney "Princes" (also known as male protagonists) of the Disney Princess films put in chronological order. (This article is in need of photos)Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. He is the love interest and later husband of Snow White and is referred to as the Prince as his name is never mentioned in the film. The Prince just appears at the movie start, when he sings with Snow White, and at the end, when he saves the princess of her stepmother's curse. Cinderella and it's sequels. Prince Charming has brown hair and is the love interest of Cinderella. He is much more interested in her than anyone else. He appears to be a loyal husband, prince and future king. Prince Charming is at first apparently not interested in marrying, but his opinion changes when he meets Cinderella, of whom he doesn't know the name at first. He also apparently can dance, and he has more prominence at the movie sequels. Sleeping Beauty. He is the love interest and later husband of Aurora. He is brave, loyal and kind. He was the first prince to have a revealed name, and the first to have a prominent role in his movie, as he appears in most of it, and he is the first to have known his romantic partner since she was born.
Prince Eric (later king)Prince Eric is the main male protagonist of The Little Mermaid and a secondary protagonist of its sequel and does not appear at all in The Little Mermaid III: Ariel's Beginning as it was a prequel focusing on Ariel's childhood. In the video game, Ariel's Adventure, he does not appear as a character, but appears in visions in Ariel's crystal ball. Ariel, when seeing him in the crystal ball, wonders who he is and also says that she would never give up her voice for a guy. He has black hair and blue eyes. In The Little Mermaid II he and Ariel become the first in the Disney Princess franchise to have a child in the movie, Melody. Beauty and the Beast. He is the love interest/husband of Belle. He is mostly seen in his Beast form, including in the franchise. He is at first selfish, impatient and unkind, due to being spoiled, which changes to fierce, territorial and lonely to kind, gentle and brave. He has red hair and blue eyes (Prince Adam is the only Disney Prince to have red hair, and similar to the Princesses that have red or reddish hair, he also has blue eyes).
Sultan AladdinAladdin is the main male protagonist of the movies Aladdin, Aladdin II, Aladdin III and the TV series. He has black hair and brown eyes. He is the love interest and later husband of Princess Jasmine. He has a pet monkey named Abu and recently acquired a flying rug with no name, but known as Carpet or Rug Man, a retired Genie for a friend and Jafar's old parrot, Iago. He is the only prince who was the main protagonist of his movie, seeing he is more important than his romantic couple, the princess Jasmine. He is also the first prince that isn't from the royalty since his birth.
John Smith is the main male protagonist of the film Pocahontas. He is the love interest of Pocahontas. He was more interested in land than gold until he met Pocahontas and changed his #1 priority to her. After being shot by Ratcliffe, John had to go back to England. He then was accused of treason and had to fake his death. He eventually met and helped John Rolfe and Pocahontas in England. He sailed to explore the world, charting a different course than Pocahontas, and once again changed his priorities. He is the first prince of the franchise who isn't a real prince, and the only one who was based in a real person. He was also good friends with Thomas.Mulan, though it is unclear at first, and Mulan II. He is a slight antagonist in Mulan which changes to love interest, and later fiancé and husband to Mulan in Mulan II. He has black hair and brown eyes.
is the main male protagonist of The Princess and the Frog. He is an annoyance to Tiana until they spend more time together as frogs, and he becomes her love interest and later husband. He has black hair and brown eyes. He is slightly bratty and hugely spoiled until his "froggy" adventure.
Prince (Consort) Eugene FitzherbertEugene Fitzherbert is the main male protagonist of Tangled. He is voiced by Zachary Levi. He is the love interest of Rapunzel in Tangled and her husband in Tangled Ever After. He went from an orphan to a thief to a prince. For most of his life, he went by Flynn Rider as he liked a similarly named character in his book as a child.
Kristoff is the main male protagonist in Disney's 2013 movie Frozen. He is the main love interest of Princess Anna. Kristoff isn't a real prince. He befriends Olaf, Anna and Queen Elsa. He has a pet reindeer named Sven. Kristoff and princess Anna are implied to have gotten married at the end of Once Upon a Time.
Dimitri is the deuteragonist in 20th Century Fox's Anastasia. In his younger years, he was a kitchen boy at the Romanov's palace. He was voiced by John Cusack, while his singing voice was provided by Jonathan Dokuchitz. One decade later, Dimitri's a handsome twenty-year-old con-man searching for an Anastasia doppleganger/look-alike in the hopes of handing her over to the Dowager Empress in return for ten million rubles. When Dimitri runs into Anya inside the Romanov palace, he immediately takes advantage of her great likeness, offering to lead her to Empress Marie, but keeping her unaware of the reward money. However, Dimitri soon falls in love with Anya, and realizes that she is, in fact, the real princess, and has a change of heart.
Peter Quill, also known as "Star-Lord", is the main male protagonist of Guardians of the Galaxy and it's sequel. He is portrayed by Chris Pratt. He is the half-Terran,
half-Celestial leader of the Guardians team, as well as the love interest and husband of Gamora. In 1988, Peter was abducted by his eventual step-father Yondu Udonta and his ravager clan after his mother Meredith dies from terminal brain cancer. 26 years later in 2014, after a serious of events and befriending Gamora, Rocket, Groot, and Drax along the way, Quill begins to seek his redemption from years of being a thief. His redemption involved stopping a sinister Kree Accuser named Ronan from using an infinity stone to destroy the interplanetary nation of Xandar. He is also the main male protagonist of the animated Disney XD series of the same name and the main playable character in the TellTale game that is loosely based off the film series. In addition, he is also the paternal half-brother of Mantis and the brother-in-law of Nebula. In the comics, Quill was known as a prince, and later a "president" to the Spartax Empire, while in Disney Canon, he is just simply regarded as a national hero among the people of Xandar and the Nova Core for having to have saved Xandar along with the rest of the Guardians team.
Peter Pan is the main male protagonist of Peter Pan and Peter Pan II. He is not a prince due to his age and he doesn't have a love interest in a Disney Princess.
Taran is the main protagonist of The Black Cauldron. He is the hero of the story. He is the love interest of Princess Eilonwy. He is not a Disney Prince because of the movie's lack of success. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
Hercules is the son of Zeus and Hera and the main protagonist of Hercules. He is Megara's canon partner. Although he has all standards to be a Disney Prince, he is not, because Megara is not an official Disney Princess. Also, his film was generally scene as lackluster.
Tarzan is the main male protagonist of Tarzan, Tarzan II and Tarzan and Jane. Tarzan has brown hair and a tan from his skin exposure to the african sun. Tarzan was raised by gorillas and the love interest/wife of Jane. Same way of Hercules, he have all standards to be a Disney Prince, but he is not, because Jane Porter is not an official Disney Princess.
Kuzco is the main protagonist of The Emperor's New Groove. He is, at first, a vain emperor (a kind of prince or king), but after turning to a llama, he reforms.
Milo is the main male protagonist of Atlantis. He is the love interest/husband of Kida, which makes him King consort of Atlantis. He has brown hair and glasses. He is not an official prince due to his film's lack of success.
Jim is the main protagonist of Treasure Planet. He is a dreamer teenager who founds a rare map that can bring him to a wonderful treasure in a far away planet. Same way as Milo, he is not an official prince due to his film's lack of success.
Kenai is the main protagonist of Brother Bear and Brother Bear II. He is an native descendant who turns into a bear to learn the true meaning of love, family and life value. He is probably not an official prince because of the fact that he chose being a bear forever.
Prince Edward is the second main male protagonist of Enchanted. Although he is technically a legitimate Disney prince, he is not an official one, probably because of the fact that Disney would pay copyrights to the actor James Marsden.
Prince James is the main male protagonist of Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess and Sofia the First. He is not an official prince due to his age and he appears only in a television series. He is blonde with brown eyes.
Other Disney Heroes
Mickey is the main character of Disney. He is the face of Disney. He is not a Disney Prince due to the fact he is a mouse.
Pinocchio is the main protagonist of Pinocchio. He is not a Disney Prince because of his age, and because of the fact he was a puppet, even though it is a fairy tale.
Dumbo is the main protagonist of Dumbo. He is not a Disney Prince because he is an elephant and has no love interest.
Bambi is the main male protagonist in Bambi. Although the fact that he is Great Prince of the Forest in his story, he is not a Disney prince because he is a deer.
Peck is the main characters in Sheriff Callie's Wild West. Although the fact he is not a Disney Prince because he is a woodpecker.
Kermit the Frog
Kermit is the main Muppet character created by legendary puppet artist Jim Henson. He is not a Disney Prince due to being a frog puppet.
Tramp is the main male protagonist of Disney's Lady and the Tramp and a secondary male protagonist in Lady and the Tramp II. He is a gray mutt and not a Disney prince because he is a dog. He is the love interest/mate of Lady and father of Scamp, Annette, Collete and Danielle.
Arthur is the male protagonist of The Sword in the Stone. He is not a Disney prince because of his age, and because he is a king.
Mowgli is the main protagonist of The Jungle Book and The Jungle Book 2. He is not a Disney Prince because of his age.
Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves is the main male protagonist of Robin Hood. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a fox. He is the love interest/husband of Maid Marian. He is brave, noble and loyal.
Winnie-the-Pooh is the main protagonist of a lot of Disney movies. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a bear.
Tod is one of the two main protagonists of The Fox and the Hound. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a fox.
Copper, together with Tod, is one of the two main protagonists of The Fox and the Hound. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a dog.
Wicket W. Warrick is a male Ewok scout. He is not a prince because he is an alien and can't speak any human languages.
Pongo is the male protagonist of 101 Dalmatians and it's sequel, Patch's London Adventure. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a dog.
Basil is the main protagonist of The Great Mouse Detective. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a mouse and doesn't have a love interest. Despite its positive reviews and critical success that got most merchandise, his film is sometimes criticized for being a bit dark for kids, especially in the scene Miss Kitty Mouse sings 'Let Me be Good to You' being inappropriate for kids.
Oliver is the main protagonist of Oliver and Company. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a cat.
Robbie Sinclair is the son of Earl Sinclair of Disney and Jim Henson's sitcom Dinosaurs. He's not a Disney Prince because he's a teenager and an animatronic dinosaur puppet played by a man-in-suit.
Doug Funnie is the title protagonist of Nickelodeon/Disney's animated series Doug. He's not a Disney Prince due to his young age and his TV series appearance being originally a Nicktoon.
Jack Skellington is the main protagonist from Disney/Touchstone's stop-motion animated film The Nightmare Before Christmas, the brainchild of famed filmmaker Tim Burton and Coraline director Henry Selick. Though he is royal by being the king of Halloween Town he is not a Disney Prince because he is a skull-like demigod.
Simba is the main protagonist of The Lion King, a secondary male protagonist in the Lion King II, and tritangonist in The Lion King 1 1/2. He is not a Disney Prince because he is an animal, and a king, not a prince. He is the best friend/love interest/mate of Nala and father of Kiara.
Woody is the main protagonist from the Toy Story franchise. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a toy.
Buzz Lightyear is, together with Woody, the main protagonist from the Toy Story franchise. He is also not a Disney Prince because he is a toy.
Quasimodo is the main protagonist of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He is sweet and loyal, but he is not a Disney Prince because he is not of royalty and because of his disfigurement.
Theodore "T.J." Detweiler is one of the main protagonists from Disney/ABC's animated series Recess. He's not a Disney Prince because of his young age and he was created by Disney Television Animation.
One of Pepper Ann's best friends, appearing on Disney/ABC's animated series Pepper Ann. He's not a Disney Prince because of he was created by Disney's television animation unit.
Kovu is the main male protagonist of The Lion King II. He is the love interest/mate of Kiara, Simba's daughter. Though he could technically be a Disney Prince, he is a lion so that would be impossible. He looks like Scar (though they are not related, unless by marrage).
Flik is the main male protagonist of A Bug's Life. He is not a Disney Prince because he is an animal.
Spot the Dog
Spot the Dog is the protagonist of Disney/ABC's animated series Teacher's Pet. He's not a Disney Prince because he's a dog and is from a TV series.
Jim Sulley is the protagonist from Disney-Pixar's Monsters, Inc. and the deuteragonist from its sequel Monsters University. He is not a prince because he and his bonding comrade Mike are monsters.
Stitch (Experiment 626)
Stitch is the title protagonist of Lilo & Stitch. He is not a prince because he was created to be a soulless doomsday device.
Ron Stoppable is the male protagonist of Kim Possible. He's not a prince because he was created by Disney's television animation division for a Disney Channel series.
Jack Sparrow is the main protagonist from Disney's live-action/theme park franchise Pirates of the Caribbean. Though he is one of the nine Lord Pirates, he is not an official prince due to being live-action and the films' appeal to older audiences.
Nemo is one of the protagonists from Finding Nemo. He is not a Disney Prince because he has no love interest, is a child and most importantly because he is a fish.
Ling, Yao and Chien-Po are the husbands of Ting-Ting, Su and Mei in Mulan II. In Mulan they are simply Mulan's army buddies. They are not Disney Princes as a result.
Jake Long is the title protagonist from the animated series American Dragon: Jake Long. He's not a Disney Prince because of his young age and his Disney Channel origins.
Peter and Edmund Pevensie
Peter and Edmund are the male protagonists from the live-action film adaptations of The Chronicles of Narnia books. Though being kings of Narnia, they're not Disney Princes due to Disney's disagreements with Walden Media, the loss of film rights to 20th Century Fox and the Narnian rights held by C.S. Lewis' estate.
Lightning McQueen is the main male protagonist of Cars and Cars 2. He is not a Disney Prince because he is a car.
Todd Daring is the main male protagonist of Disney's animated series The Replacements. He's not a Disney Prince due to his young age and his appearance in a Disney Channel series.
Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher
Phineas and Ferb are stepbrothers and the title protagonists from the Disney animated TV series Phineas and Ferb. They're not Disney Princes due to being young.
Robert is the main male protagonist of Enchanted. He was a serious divorced lawyer in New York until Giselle came. He and Morgan eventually loved Giselle like family, and Robert married her. He is not an official Disney Prince because it would be hard to put him in the parks due to the live-action part of the film.
Prince Rei is the main male protagonist in Kilala Princess, but is not a prince because of his lack of a film.
Carl is the main protagonist from Up. He is not a prince because he is an elder.
Ebeneezer Scrooge is the main protagonist from Disney's Robert Zemeckis-directed film A Christmas Carol. He is not a prince because he is an elder and due to the public indifference towards the motion-capture technique used in the film.
Clarence "Kick" Buttowski is the title protagonist from Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil. He's not a prince because of his young age and because he was created by Disney Television Animation for a Disney XD series.
Dastan is the main protagonist from Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. He is not a Disney Prince due to the video game franchise which the film was based on being owned by Ubisoft, the creators of Rayman and Assassin's Creed, and being a live-action character.
Charlie Kenton is the protagonist from Real Steel. He does not count as a prince because he is a father and he comes from a live-action film indepedently produced and owned by Dreamworks Pictures whose post-2010 films are merely distributed by Disney/Touchstone.
Dipper Pines is the male protagonist from Gravity Falls. He does not count as a prince because of his young age and because he was created by Disney's TV animation division for a Disney Channel/Disney XD series.
Randy Cunningham is the title protagonist of the Disney XD animated series Randy Cunningham 9th Grade Ninja. He's not a prince because he's a teen and his TV series is one of the few Disney shows not made by Disney TV Animation.
Wreck-it Ralph is the main protagonist of the movie Wreck-It Ralph. He has red hair, big hands and brown eyes.
The Lone Ranger
The title protagonist from the live-action adaptation of the namesake franchise. He is not an official prince due to the franchise rights owned by Dreamworks Animation, ironically, Disney's fierce competitor in the animation business.
Michael "Mike" Wazowski is the deuteragonist of Monsters, Inc. and the protagonist of Monsters University. He and his buddy Sulley are not official princes due to being monsters.
Wander is the title protagonist from the animated series Wander Over Yonder. He's not an official prince because he's an alien creature and was created for a Disney XD series.
Bog King is the protagonist of Lucasfilm's Strange Magic. He is not an official prince because he is a bog creature and due to his moral ambiguity and to the lack of critical and commercial success of the aforementioned film.
Marco is the male protagonist of Star vs. the Forces of Evil. He's not an official prince becuase he's from a Disney XD cartoon made by Disney's television animation division.
Anger is Riley's lead male emotion from Disney-Pixar's Inside Out. He is not an official prince due to being an anthropomorphic emotion and to his ruthless temper and personality.
Fear is one of Riley's emotions from Disney-Pixar's Inside Out. He is not an official prince due to being an anthropomorphic emotion and to his cowardly mannerisms.
Arlo is the protagonist of Disney-Pixar's The Good Dinosaur. He is not a prince due to being an Apatosaurus.
Spot is the deuteragonist of Disney-Pixar's The Good Dinosaur. He is not a prince due to him being a caveboy.
Nick Wilde is the male protagonist of the upcoming Walt Disney Animation Studios film Zootopia. He is not a prince because he is an anthropomorphic fox and a con artist.
The BFG is the titular deuteragonist of the upcoming Disney and Dreamworks Pictures' film directed by Steven Spielberg. He is not a prince because he is a giant.
Dirty Dan And Dusty
Dirty Dan and Dusty In Sheriff Callie's Wild West he is not a prince but he is a peccary brothers.
Farmer Stinky He is not a Disney prince but he is a farmer.
Even though John Rolfe is Pocahontas's love interest in the direct-to-video sequel, he's not credited as her "official" love interest, because the sequel itself isn't considered "official" by Disney fans or the Disney company itself, like with most direct-to-video sequels to Disney animated movies.
- Even though the Pocahontas/John Smith pairing is more popular in the Disney franchise, the Pocahontas/John Rolfe pairing has a very dedicated fanbase (albeit a small, but dedicated one).