Without the characters of the Disney universe we could not understand the childhood of the world. Who has not enjoyed the stories of Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Dumbo or Frozen? Now that the little ones are at home more time and we are looking for activities to do with them, we thought it would be a good idea to rescue and compile in one article all the Disney coloring pages that you can find on the networks.
We have decided to classify them by movies and by age, so that in the first place you will find the drawings of great films such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Peter Pan or The Little Mermaid. Later, coinciding with the films released between the 90s and 2000s, coloring pages of titles as mythical as Toy Story or Finding Nemo.
For today's children we have other proposals, such as a super extensive collection of Frozen drawings to color . Although the truth is that, with Disney + available to everyone, it is most likely that children will become fans of the same movies that you liked. For all this, today we suggest you download a good collection of Disney coloring pages . Enjoy them together!
Mickey Mouse, Minnie and other classic characters
He is, without a doubt, the most mythical character of Disney. Its emblem, perfectly recognizable anywhere in the world. Because yes, he is the real star of the house. Mickey Mouse, the Disney mouse, was created by Walt Disney himself in November 1928. Although the truth is that his birth is surrounded by legend. One of his first appearances was in Steamboat Willie, a cartoon short film. Walt Disney was the one who voiced the character for sixteen years. Throughout all these years, Mickey Mouse has appeared in countless media: cartoons, movies, video games, etc. We could say that there is no mouse more mythical than him.
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But Mickey is not alone. Around him we find countless characters who have also become Disney stars. Minnie Mouse , his girlfriend, but also Donald Duck, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto are part of an unforgettable cast. Today we also want your children to be able to download images of them to color. Here they are:
Download Minnie Mouse coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
Download Donald Duck and Daisy coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
Download Goofy and Pluto coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
If there is a mythical Disney movie, it is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It is, in fact, the first animated feature film made by Disney and which is part of the House Classics. As you already know, the film adapts the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, published in 1812. In fact, it is quite faithful to the original tale, in which an adorable Snow White meets the seven dwarfs in the middle of her escape from her stepmother. evil, Queen Grimhilde, who has ordered to kill her so that she stops being the most beautiful in the kingdom.
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Pinocchio is based on the novel by Carlo Collodi: The Adventures of Pinocchio . It is the second Disney animated feature film, released as early as 1940, in the midst of World War II. The story, if you remember it, tells the adventures of a carpenter named Geppeto who builds a wooden puppet and Pinocchio, the puppet, who comes to life to become a real boy.
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Who does not remember the beloved Dumbo? Now that you can take back this Disney + classic, you are sure to get excited again remembering it. The film was produced by Walt Disney in 1941 , taking inspiration from Helen Aberson's children's book, which featured illustrations by Harold Pearl. Jumbo, the elephant who is cruelly nicknamed Dumbo (from English dumb, fool) is the protagonist of the coloring pages we have searched for you. An all-time classic that really thrills.
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Another mythical film that your children will also enjoy is Bambi, an animated film directed by David Hand, which was released in August 1942. Bambi is a Virginia deer that we watch grow and grow into adulthood. The film is inspired by the Austrian Felix Salten's novel, Bambi, a life in the forest. It is a sad story, but equally beautiful and endearing , which can be used to accompany the little ones in the process of understanding love, death, the evil of human beings and respect for living beings.
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And when it comes to talking about Disney princesses, we cannot do without one of the greatest: Cinderella. The animated film, which was released in 1950 , is inspired by the popular fairy tale, whose origin is in the oral and written tradition of different parts of the world. However, one of the most recognized texts is that of Perrault in 1697, in which the glass shoe acquired fundamental importance.
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The island of the treasure
Inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel, Disney's Treasure Island is a film released in 1950 in which, aboard the Hispaniola, Jim Hawkins and John Silver will sail in search of buried treasure. We have located a lot of ship and pirate coloring pictures . I hope you enjoy them as much as the movie (and the book, a must-see classic).
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Alice in Wonderland
Of the classic Disney movies, Alice in Wonderland is one of the most important. Produced by Walt Disney, it was released in 1951, logically inspired by Carroll's text, both in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There. In Spain, however, it was not released until three years later. A cinematic delight of animation that we should not do without. And here are a few pictures to color.
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Peter Pan was originally a character created to star in a play. Written by James Matthew Barrie and released in December 1904 under the title Peter Pan and Wendy, years later it was a major Disney production . This is how Peter Pan, Wendy, Tinker Bell, the pirates or the Lost Boys became the most tender childhood companions of thousands and thousands of children. We have rescued some drawings from the original movie to color.
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The Lady and the Tramp
The lady and the tramp also reaped great successes from the most demanding public: children. The film was released in 1955 and was the first to be released at Cinemascope. Even so, a second version was made at the same time for theaters that were not prepared with this new technology. The adventure made into animated films is inspired by Ward Green's novel of the same name. Wanting to paint the pictures of Golfo and Linda? Here you have a good collection.
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And speaking of mythical stories: how could we forget about Sleeping Beauty? The Disney animated feature film was released in 1959 and is logically based on the fairy tale by Charles Perrault . A curious fact: this was the last film that Walt Disney produced, because immediately afterwards he died. Another detail: this was the last Disney feature film to be inked by hand, before going through the xerography process. Interesting, huh? Its professionals worked on the tape for a whole decade. The result is well worth it.
Download coloring pages of Sleeping Beauty: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
Let's now go for the next mythical Disney feature film, which is none other than 101 Dalmatians. The film was directed by Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wolfgang Reitherman, based on a story by Britain's Dodie Smith. It was released in the United States in 1961 and the film was the first in which xerography was used as a technique for animation. Why? Well, because the number of dogs that had to appear in it was huge. It could not have been done otherwise. In 1996 a live action version was made in which Glenn Close played the role of the bad guy: Cruella de Vil, which although it was very successful, could not overlap the repercussion of the original animation.
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She is the babysitter that we all would have loved to have. And it is also one of the most beautiful films that Disney has given us. The film was released in 1964 and it was a real revolution. In its more than two hours, we learn the story of Mary Poppins , a very special nanny who improves the life of a very particular London family. The film is based on a series of novels written by Pamela Lyndon Travers and mixes real images with animation, something that the author did not fully agree on, but in which she ultimately succumbed. In fact, it's one of the funniest and most distinctive parts of the movie.
Download Mary Poppins coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
The Jungle Book
And here we have another of the great successes of the Disney factory. The Jungle Book was, without a doubt, a true revolution for the company . The animated film is based on the stories of Mowgli, written by Rudyard Kipling. It was released in 1967 and was the first feature film that Disney released after the death of its founder. In fact, he passed away while the movie was being made. The most popular of that tape? Without a doubt, its soundtrack. Five of the most celebrated songs were composed by the Sherman brothers.
Download The Jungle Book coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
Let's go for another great Disney hit: The Aristocats. The film was released in 1970 and was directed by Wolfgang Reitherman. The story takes place in Paris and the protagonist is a cat named Duchess, with her three cats: Marie, Berlioz and Toulouse, who live in the mansion of Madame Adelaide Bonfamille, an opera singer, along with Edgar Balhazar, her butler. Fortune will trigger conflict.
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Winnie the pooh
Winnie the Pooh is a teddy bear who is impossible not to love. He is the protagonist of several Alan Alexander Milne books, but it was with the Disney adaptations that he was truly launched to stardom. We have found a good collection of drawings featuring Winnie the Pooh, the rich little bear who loses his head over honey, and his friends.
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The little Mermaid
Oh, the Little Mermaid! How many hearts has he stolen? We have been in love for years with the old tale by Hans Christian Andersen and many others with the Walt Disney production, released in 1989 by Ron Clements and John Musker. It was one of the most successful that the factory opened and is now one of the great classics of all time. Ariel falls in love with the prince, to whose arms she will not be able to surrender until she has fought a hard fight with Úrsula, the sea witch. You can color the Little Mermaid and most of the characters that appear in the film.
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Beauty and the Beast
Another Disney princess story is Beauty and the Beast . It is an American animated film that was released in 1991 to great success. The original story is inspired by that of Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont, although this is actually inspired by another much longer than the one shown in the feature film, it was written by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve. Acclaimed by the public and critics, it was nominated for an Oscar for best film. In 2017 another version was made, this time with real actors: Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.
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An ideal world ... Who does not remember the beautiful song that the protagonists of Aladín performed? The film was released in 1992 to fall directly into the Walt Disney Animated Classics category. Under the direction of John Musker and Ron Clements, Alan Menken produced a soundtrack to never forget. The story is inspired by the Aladdin story, integrated into the Arabian Nights. Aladdin, a poor street boy, comes across a magic lamp that has a genie inside it. You can make three wishes and get closer to the wonderful Princess Jasmine. Romance is served.
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The Lion King
It is part of Disney's golden age, which experts have dubbed the Disney Renaissance. The film The Lion King was directed by Rob Minkoff and Roger Allens and it tells the story of Simba , a lion who after the death of his father, the King, has to go into exile from his home, because his uncle wants to usurp his throne. Later, Simba will return to regain what was always his and restore the dignity of his father, the King. We have a good selection of drawings ready to download, print and color.
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Do you remember Pocahontas? In 1995 he conquered our hearts. The animated film was directed by Mike Gabriel and Eric Goldberd, drawing inspiration from the story of Pocahontas, an indigenous princess from the Matoaka Native American tribe, and John Smith, a sailor and soldier who came to the land back in 1608 in a settler ship. The film is, in addition to a beautiful love story, a true hymn to nature and respect for the cultures of the world. You can download the images and color your favorite characters with the selection that we bring you below.
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1995 was a successful year for Disney. One of the most legendary animated films the factory has made is Toy Story. It was Pixar's first feature film and the first fully digital effects film in film history. Directed by John Lasseter, it has a soundtrack by Randy Newman and the participation of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen for the voices of Woody and Buzz, the main characters. With the successes and the years, the fans of this film have had the opportunity to enjoy Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 and Toy Story 4.
Download Toy Story coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Another adaptation that left half the world speechless was The Hunchback of Notre Dame, an animated film directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise, based on the novel Our Lady of Paris, by Victor Hugo . The film was released in 1996 and narrates the misadventures of Quasimodo, a poor, hunchbacked man who lives in refuge in the bell tower of the great cathedral in Paris.
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Do you remember Mulan? The film was released in 1998, coinciding with all the successes that we have just remembered from the Disney factory in the nineties. This story is inspired by a Chinese poem, which is the Ballad of Fa Mu Lan . The film tells the story of the young Mulan, who dresses as a man and enlists in the imperial army to fight against the invasion of the Huns. All to prevent her father, old and sick, from having to enlist. She will be accompanied by Mushu, a talking dragon and Cri-Kee, a lucky cricket. Or so it seems.
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Are we talking about a movie that did win an Oscar? It is Finding Nemo and in addition to taking the recognition of the Academy, it also took it from the public, who could not resist its charms. The film was released in 2003, based on the plot by Andrew Stanton, in which a clownfish named Marlin will have to go in search of her son Nemo, along with a very particular surgeonfish named Dory. The film was made under the supervision of Glenn McQueen , who passed away while the film was being produced. And they dedicated it to him. In fact, Lightning McQueen from Cars is named in his honor.
Download Finding Nemo coloring pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
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And speaking of hit movies, how could we forget about Cars? This animated film was released in 2006 and was the last film written by Pixar, before being bought by Disney. The world is full of cars and other vehicles that share feats and adventures . In addition to gaining public applause, Cars was nominated for two Oscars and won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Film. The Cars factory has not stopped working over time, so there is a huge amount of articles, merchandising and content dedicated to its protagonists. Here are a few pictures to color with.
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Pirates of the Caribbean
Another successful saga is Pirates of the Caribbean. This pirate adventure produced by Jerry Bruckheimer has no more and no less than five films released so far. They are based on the adventures of Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Deep), Will Turner (Orlando Boom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) , although the following films, beyond the first, the protagonists have been other actors and actresses. The first movie was presented in 2003 and the last one in 2017, although now there are rumors that a next one is already in the works.
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It is an absolutely moving movie. Is there anyone who does not match? The film was actually produced by Pixar, although distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The idea came from Lee Unkrich who together with Adrián Molina directed the feature film. Miguel, a twelve-year-old boy who loves music, is accidentally sent to the world of the dead. There he looks for his great-great-grandfather, who was a musician, whom he will bring back to the family altar so that his family can pay him the homage he deserves. A delight that mixes the passion for music with the wonder of the Mexican Fiesta de los Muertos.
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No submissions are required for Frozen: The Kingdom of Ice , the animated film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios that premiered in November 2013 and won two Oscars for Best Animated Film and Best Original Song. You know: Let It Go. As you know, the film is inspired by The Snow Queen, the tale by Hans Christian Andersen. It has become a classic, with which boys and girls are completely in love.
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