Yes, cartoon characters can be and often are attractive. And, considering every prince, princess (no Hasburg Lips or other incestuous abnormalities amongst Disney royalty), hero, fair-maiden, etc. is drawn to almost flawless perfection, this is a tough list to make! We are also taking personality into account to some degree because sometimes even a certain roguish, anthropomorphic fox is more attractive than your run-of-the-mill, human “Prince Bland-Face” type. Likewise, I need a lady that has a little bit more going on than aimless singing/pining for the aforementioned “Prince Bland-Face” to come along and save her from her boring self (Boring doesn’t save boring! So, best of luck to Cinderella, Snow White and their generic “Charmings…”).
So, here we are: Amy is listing the men while I’m “doing” the women. Oh, and for those of you who know me, I very well could have and probably even done a better job than Amy waxing poetic on all the Disney manly men but we felt (for no real reason) that everyone would be better served with us judging the opposite sexes.
#10 Hottest Male: Prince Phillip (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)
First of all, I'd love to thank Patrick for his confidence in me to choose the hottest male characters. Apparently, I know very little of what makes a male attractive. ;)
My number ten is the first prince that actually did something in a movie! Snow White's prince and Prince Charming were absolutely not existent and only swooped in at the end to get the credit. Super lame. At least Phillip actually fought for his lady love. He is also the first that had a personality, much more than his counterpart princess (Aurora, I adore you, but you’re pretty boring when compared to the rest of the princesses). A character who argued his arranged marriage and was willing to die for it. He’s handsome, charming, and battled a dragon for the girl he fell in love with after one meeting. Pretty much every teenage girl’s fantasy. As unrealistic as it may be, Phillip is truly a man you meet once upon a dream. Oh, he can sing and dance? Swoon.
Want to argue his hotness? For my list, I'll be introducing you to the fan art by David Kawena. Helloooo, Phil! 😍 😍 😍
#10 Hottest Female: Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, 1989)
I’ve never been taken by the leggy, full-lipped, breathy, buxom type – or, what others would describe more succinctly as “va va VOOM!” There’s just something strangely masculine about this cut of lady. Maybe it’s because most transgenders and cross-dressers choose this look… but that’s not important. What IS important and attractive is that Jessica has, perhaps, one of the greatest lines in animation history with her clever retort of “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way.” Nuance is just so sexy to me! That, along with her reasoning for loving her husband, Roger, with the simplistic yet telling, “he makes me laugh,” solidifies her spot on the list despite the drawbacks (pun INTENDED) of her huge boobs, perfect gams and apple-bottom bootie.
*BONUS: Check out the pic of a meetable Jessica from Disneyland Paris… this is the stuff nightmares are made of.