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And tinkers fix things. Perchance you find a toy you lost, or jingling bells you hear. It all means that one very special fairy might be near. In the many years since her inception, Tinker Bell has become one of the main spokes-characters for The Walt Disney Company along with Mickey Mouse and Jiminy Cricket and one of its most popular and iconic characters mostly known for flying toward the screen with a thin wand in her hand, waving it and causing fairy dust to fly out to the screen.
Since the release of the original Peter Pan inTinker Bell has been known for being a silent character up until the release of her very own 3D computer-animated film Tinker Bell and all of its ever-expanding sequels. Personality Despite her cute appearance, Tinker Bell is very sassy, feisty, stubborn, and hot-tempered.
Upon meeting Wendy and other human females, Tink immediately shows disgust and irritation, mostly out of jealousy. However, despite her rough interior, at her core, Tinker Bell is devoted and loyal to those she loves, and will eventually come to terms with those she initially resents, should they prove themselves worthy of friendly treatment.
This can be seen, most notably, with her relation to Wendy Darling in the original film. Some fans have assumed that Tinker Bell has a romantic crush on Peter. However, that theory has been contradicted several times by Margaret Kerrywho has said, "Tinker Bell was never in love with Peter Pan, she was sort of a groupie.
She is described as being a tinker, meaning that she mends pots, kettles, and acorn caps, and is shown to be very skilled, gifted, and talented at it too. Physical appearance Tinker Bell is described as a tinker fairy who is small, slender, hourglass-shaped, hand-sized and fair-skinned.
When angered, her face turns fiery red. She has baby-blue eyes, shoulder-length blonde hair worn in a bun tied with a blue ribbon in the movies, yet the characters at Disney may appear to have a gold ribbon or no ribbon with her bangs out, dirty-blonde eyebrows, and pointy elf-like ears.
She is usually seen wearing a green strapless dress with a miniskirt. On her feet, she wears green flats with white puffballs on her toes. She also wears clear, insect-like wings on her back. In the Disney Fairies franchise, she is sometimes seen wearing a variety of clothing based on her original outfit.
Film appearances Peter Pan Tinker Bell in the original movie. One night in London, Tinker Bell and Peter Pan visit the home of the Darling family as he accidentally left his living shadow there during one of his previous visits. Using her light, Tinker Bell scopes through the house.
While searching, Tinker Bell finds and lands on a hand mirror and looks at herself, they eventually find the shadow, but accidentally trap Tink inside, and wake Wendy Darling, the oldest Darling child, in the process.
Tinker Bell, however, tries to get out of the drawer by climbing through a keyhole, and getting stuck in the process, but gets unstuck when Wendy gets the sewing kit to help Peter free her. Wendy is heavily infatuated with the stories of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys and appears to have a crush on the boy as well.
This angers Tinker Bell, making her red with jealousy and even calling Wendy a "big ugly girl". Soon enough, Wendy explains that she may never see Peter again as her father is forcing her to "grow up" and leave the Pan stories in the past.Millions of searchable song lyrics at your fingertips.
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