Dickie Jones

Dickie Jones (born February 25, 1927) is an American actor who achieved some success as a child
and as a young adult, especially in B-Westerns and television. He is best known as the voice of
Pinocchio in the 1940 Walt Disney film.  Jones also appeared as a bit player in several of Hal Roach's
Our Gang (Little Rascals) shorts. In 1939, Dickie Jones appeared as a troublesome kid named 'Killer
Parkins' in the film, Nancy Drew-Reporter. In the film he did a good imitation of Donald Duck. The
same year he appeared in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as Senate page Richard (Dick) Jones.
Paige O'Hara

O'Hara's most notable appearance on screen was as the voice of Belle in
the animated Disney film Beauty and the Beast. The film was
nominated for numerous Academy Awards and, consequently, she also
performed live at the Oscars in 1992.
Roy E. Disney
January 10, 1930 – December 16, 2009

Roy Edward Disney,  was a longtime senior executive for The Walt Disney Company,
which his father Roy Oliver Disney and his uncle Walt founded. He was a
shareholder (over 16 million shares or about 1%), and served as a consultant for the
company and Director Emeritus for the Board of Directors.

Roy was the last member of the Disney family to be actively involved in the company,
Roy Disney was often compared to his uncle and father
June Foray

or Walt Disney, she played Lucifer the Cat in the feature film Cinderella, Raja the villainous tiger in the cartoon
Goliath II, mermaids in Peter Pan and her Witch Hazel character; Foray would later be the voice of Grandmother Fa
in Mulan in 1998; she also did a variety of voices in Walter Lantz's Woody Woodpecker cartoons. For Warner
Brothers Cartoons, she was Granny (whom she has played, on and off, since 1955, taking over for Bea Benaderet),
owner of Tweety and Sylvester, and, memorably, a series of witches, including Witch Hazel, for Chuck Jones.
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Dickie Jones - Paige O'Hara - Roy E. Disney - Jonathan Freeman
- June Foray -Ilene Woods - Annette Funicello
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Jonathan Freeman

Jonathan Freeman (born February 5, 1950 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an
American actor known for voicing the villainous Jafar in Disney's
Ilene Woods

Jacqueline Ruth "Ilene" Woods (May 5, 1929 – July 1, 2010) was an American singer and actress who voiced Cinderella in
the 1950 Disney classic film.  In 1948, two of her songwriter friends, Mack David and Jerry Livingston, called Woods to record
"Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo", "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes", and "So This is Love".  Soon, the songs were presented to
Walt Disney so that they could be used in the English version of Cinderella. Walt Disney heard the demo recordings, and two
days later asked Ilene to voice the star role of Cinderella
Annette Funicello

Annette Joanne Funicello (born October 22, 1942) is an American singer and actress. She was
Walt Disney's most popular cast member of The Mickey Mouse Club, and went on to appear in
a series of beach party films.   addition to appearing in many of the Mouseketeers' sketches
and dance routines, Funicello starred or co-starred in a number of serials on The Mickey
Mouse Club. These included Adventure in Dairyland, her own self-titled serial, Walt Disney
Presents: Annette (which co-starred Richard Deacon), and the second and third Spin and
Marty serials,The Further Adventures of Spin and Marty and The New Adventures of Spin and