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Figurines Pop Ursula et Cruella De Vil (Disney)

Villainesses with an inimitable look

Ursula is represented at the end of the film when she manages to take power from King Triton and thus wears his trident as well as his golden crown. Otherwise, her octopus body with this black dress that ends in tentacles with details of purple suckers are very nicely reproduced. Her body and her face are purple and we find as well this very marked make-up on the eyes and the lips. Finally, her gray/white hair in spikes are also very well represented. On her side, Cruella is represented with the black dress and red shoes that she wears the first time we see her. Over it, she is of course wearing a beige fur coat. Her face is represented in an expression of rage, her eyebrows frowned and her discoveries in a hateful rictus. Finally, we recognize of course her famous black hair on one side and white on the other.


Character Villains

Ursula and Cruella are two of the most famous villains in the Disney universe. Ursula is an important character in The Little Mermaid, the cartoon based on Andersen’s famous fairy tale. In this story, the young mermaid Ariel falls in love with the human prince Eric. But being a mermaid, she has no way of getting to Earth to find him. She then goes to see the witch Ursula who offers to give her legs in exchange for her voice. She will then have three days to make the prince fall in love with her or she will become his slave forever. Of course, Ursula will do anything to make sure that doesn’t happen and that Ariel actually becomes her slave. Cruella is the villain of the 101 Dalmatians cartoon. When Roger and Anita meet with the help of their respective Dalmatian, it’s love at first sight and they get married very quickly. It’s also love at first sight for their two dogs and very quickly Perdita gives birth to a litter of 15 babies. It is then that Cruella, Anita’s boss, arrives. She wants to buy the puppies to make a fur coat. Of course, Roger and Anita refuse, but the terrible Cruella has not said her last word.


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