He seemed very family-oriented. Very much wanting to keep up the values of his kingdom. As Simba's father, he tried to connect with his son in a more NFJ counselor-type of way, and seemed to go for emotional bonds to the pillars of his life and to those around him. Integrity and morality took precedence over any kind of logical decision making.
I wouldn't be surprised if there are quite a few people looking at the tough-guy no-nonsense attitude and facade Mufasa had and mistake it for Te. It seems like that kind of thing happens with a lot of FJ characters.
Sebastian: ESTJ - maybe ESFJ?
King Triton: ESFJ
Ursula: ESTP - was gonna contradict that, but sounds right after watching a clip of it again
Beauty and the Beast
Beast: INFJ ISTP? I dunno, a non-altruistic INFJ doesn't seem right
Lumiere: ENFP ESFP
Mrs. Potts: ESFJ
Buzz Lightyear: INTP No way, ENTJ
Mr. Potato Head: ESTP (hmmm... not sure)
Slinky Dog: ISFJ
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stop it right on tiiiiime!
I agree. Belle is ENFP. I was just like her as a teenager - EXACTLY. Dreaming, head in a book, wanting more than just a provincial life, strong sense of morals and values, not desiring material wealth, supporting and encouraging her father, take initiative/take charge for those she cares about, open for even a beast who seems awful at the beginning, curious and goes exploring (even where she shouldn't heh heh), reading the same book she likes repeatedly, etc. In a lot of ways, I still really relate to her.
I definitely relate a lot to Belle, and I agree that she's ENFP to the core. The only ones more ENFP than her have to be Ariel and Peter Pan.
What about Mulan?? I relate to her a LOT, she's a total tie with me between her and Belle.. ENFP?
Kantgirl: Just say "I'm feminine and I'll punch anyone who says otherwise!"
Halla74: Think your way through the world. Feel your way through life.
Cimarron: maybe Prpl will be your girl-bud
prplchknz: i don't like it