Nah they can just pass off for Disney princess because.
Odette: The animazione director on the "Swan Princess" was actually an ex-Disney animazione director [Ricard Rich (lol I bet they call him Richy Rich)] with his experince with Disney he decided to make his on studio [Crest animazione Productions] and then their 1st and most successful non-disney animazione was created [the cigno Princess]
Anastasia: Just like Odette, Anastasia animator (Don Bluth) worked in Walt Disney Company but he to departured from Walt Disney Company. Don Bluth is a director of so many non-disney classics like: "An American Tail/The Land Before Time/All Cani Go to Heaven/A Troll in Central Park/Thumbelina/Anastasia, etc: Don Bluth worked with Steven Spielberg and volpe animazione Studios with his work this influenced Disney to make a Disney comeback of animation, in other words, the Disney Renaissance ie.The princess and the Frog
Thumbelina: Another Don Bluth animation. Thumbelina and Ariel's voice are the same actress [Jodi Benson] and not to mention 2 other actors from the "little mermaid" also played a part in "thumbelina". And not to mention both Film are based on two stories on the same autore [Hans Christian Anderson]
To me if these girls are Disney related their studios/producers should sell them to Disney. Because that way Odette,Thumbelina and Anastasia will be remembered da the new and old generations, and also their classical stories wounldn't have to be wasted.
I think the reason why they add Thumbelina for example in this spot is because Jodi Benson who played Patrick Dempsey’s character Robert’s secretary also voiced Ariel in The Little Mermaid. Anastasia is not from Disney at all but I think its because of the wide eye character’s in the movie anyone who didn’t see the 20th century volpe logo would think that it was from Disney. As for The cigno Princess im not sure about that one but its from New Line Cinema. I like these Film too but its so annoying having them in this spot along with the likes of Fiona who is from DreamWorks’s Shrek.