Since 1928, Disney has been an animation juggernaut, producing hit after hit in its exceptional and extraordinary career. As surprising as it sounds, our favorite characters didn't just come into the world by way of Disney magic.

Artists had to sketch, color, and animate (sometimes multiple versions) just to get them from the page to the screen. Characters take loads of time to develop and figure out their expressions and attitudes, not to mention their overall look and how they'll behave on screen. They certainly go through quite an arduous process. Have you ever considered what they would look like if the creators had gone with their original concept? Some Disney cartoons in the concept art stage were downright disturbing. Scroll down and take a look for yourself.

#1 Cinderella (1950)

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#2 Princess Jasmine In Aladdin (1992)

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#3 Rapunzel In Tangled (2010)

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#4 Carl Fredricksen In Up (2009)

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#5 Ursula In The Little Mermaid (1989)

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#6 Jane Porter In Tarzan (1999)

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#7 Beast From Beauty And The Beast (1991)

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#8 Aladdin (1992)

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