I'm mexican and I love Disney, and I think is kinda sad there's no much Hispanic or Latin American Disney characters.
This is another collage to show how Disney animation represents culures and people, this one is about Hispanic/Latino people.
It is interesting to see the representation of Hispanic culture in Disney animation history.
To did this one I considered some of the characters based on the actors (and actress) whom played them, for their hispanic or latino descent. For example, for Audrey, the actress who voiced her was Jacqueline Obrador, another example is in The Lion King, Banzai was voiced by Cheech Marin, who also voiced Tito from Oliver and company. Another choices were based on the settings or places where the stories happen.
The characters I added:
-Pedrito from Saludos Amigos (1943)
-José Carioca from Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros (1944)
-Flying Gauchito and Panchito Pistolas from The Three Caballeros (1944)
-Pedro, the chihuahua dog from Lady and the Tramp (1955)
-Tito from Oliver and company (1988)
-Banzai from The Lion King (1994)
-Emperor Kuzco from Emperor's New Groove (2001)
-Audrey Ramirez (the only female and who could be considered our only unofficial "hispanic princess") from Atlantis, The Lost Empire (2001)
Screencaps from the movie + Paint + Photoshop