Slender, beautiful, fair skin, red lips, brown eyes, blonde hair with a band on her head, gold short-sleeved dress, gold stand (no feet), gold-carved harp on her back
Chip 'n' Dale
Willie the Giant
Powers and abilities
Magical abilities, music, songs and lullabies
"My, what a happy day!"
Golden Harp is one of the protagonists of the section of the Mickey and the Beanstalk 1947 animated feature film . She was originally voiced by Fun and Fancy Free Anita Gordon.
The Golden Harp is a golden living musical harp with yellow dress, red lips, blonde hair and brown eyes, with strings music.
Powers and Abilities
The Golden Harp is a powerful user and living object of magic. She beholds the power to enchant a land with happiness and prosperity by singing, and can sing others to sleep.
The Golden Harp is what provides
Happy Valley with its peace and prosperity until she is stolen by Willie the Giant. After Mickey, Donald and Goofy rescue her, the valley is restored to its normal state.
She makes a cameo appearance during the final scene.
Although not technically a character, in the
ABC series Once Upon a Time, the Golden Harp is referenced as a normal golden arm. This cup is Anton the Giant's most prized possession and the reason for which he is curious on the human beings.
Golden Harp as she appears at the Disney Parks
The Golden Harp appears on a float in
SpectroMagic as part of a group of enchanted instruments in a band consisting of Goofy, Genie and Chip and Dale.
The Golden Harp slightly resembles Cinderella, at least sharing a hairstyle with Cinderella's for the ball.
The Golden Harp's appearance is similar to Tinker Bell's appearance, since both are small creatures.