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Top 10 Disney films of all-time (not pixar)

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Whats your favorite?

 

My Favorites are

 

 

10, The Jungle Book

9, Sleeping Beauty

8, The Hunchback on Notre Dame

7, Pongo

6, The Sword in the Stone

5, Cinderella

4, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr Toad

3, Snow White

2, Pinnochio

1, Fantasia

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1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

2. Bambi

3, Cinderella

4. Peter Pan

5. Lady and the Tramp

6. Sleeping Beauty

7. 101 Dalmatians

8. The Jungle Book

9. Pinocchio

10,Alice in Wonderland

 

...these are in no particular order...just my 10 favorite Disney animated films

 

Edited by: LandLfan on Aug 24, 2010 1:53 PM

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These are animated so incredibly well:

 

IN NO ORDER AT ALL:

 

Pinocchio

Fantasia

Sleeping Beauty

Jungle Book

Lady and the Tramp

Bambi

Sword in the Stone

Winnie the Pooh (especially The Honey Tree and The Blustery Day)

Icabod Crane (nothing against Mr Toad, but Icabod takes the cake)

Peter Pan

 

.....and I'm sure I forgot one I adore!

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Disney/Pixar have so many great one (both animated and non-animated) but if we limit it to Top 10 Animated, then our Composite Ranking (of all member rankings) looks like this:

 

1. The Lion King

2. Ratatouille

3. Toy Story

4. Up

5. Wall E

6. Monsters, Inc.

7. Beauty and the Beast

8. Aladdin

9. Lady and the Tramp

10. Pinocchio

 

[more Disney Movie Rankings|http://www.rankography.com/movies/component/user/?task=otherusers&mode=list&catid=403&uid=70]

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Doing tem will be hard enough, so I'm not even going to both with real ordering... But here we go.

 

Pinocchio

Fantasia

Sleeping beauty

Jungle Book

Beauty and the Beast

Aladdin

Cinderella

The Many Adventures

The Sword in the Stone

Dumbo

 

 

Geez that was even harder than I thought...

Honorable mention, every other disney animated feature (except Home on the Range, truly their lowest point).

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Another Disney fan here! Here are my top 10 favorites in no particular order:

 

1) Aladdin

2) The Sword in the Stone

3) Beauty and the Beast

4) Mulan

5) Pocahontas

6) The Lion King

7) Alice in Wonderland

8) Dumbo

9) Lady and the Tramp

10) The Winnie the Pooh movies

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Edited by: cswalters on Jun 7, 2012 12:06 PM

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1. *Dumbo* (1941)

2. *Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs* (1937)

3. *Peter Pan* (1953)

4. *Peter and the Wolf* (from *Make Mine Music*, 1946)

5. *Pinocchio* (1940)

6. *The Jungle Book* (1967)

7. *Lady and the Tramp* (1955)

8. *The LIttle Mermaid* (1989)

9. *The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad* (1949)

10. *The Lion King* (1994)

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10 The Emperor's New Groove

9 Aladdin

8 The Hunchback of Notre Dame

7 Sleeping Beauty

6 The Great Mouse Detective

5 Beauty and the Beast

4 Fantasia

3 Bambi

2 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

1 Pinocchio

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I love Disney movies!

 

1. Beauty and the Beast

2. Sleeping Beauty

3. Cinderella

4. The Three Cabelleros

5. The Sword in the Stone

6. Aladdin

7. The Great Mouse Detective

8. Tangled

9. The Little Mermaid

10. Robin Hood

 

*Honorable mention for "Donald Duck in Mathmagic Land."  Not a full length Disney film, but it's entertaining.  Probably the only time I've ever found Math to be entertaining.

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Figure I'd restore this topic, so here are my top 10 Disney films:

 

1. Robin Hood (1973)

2. Zootopia (2016)

3. Fantasia (1940)

4. The Lion King (1994)

5. Beauty and the Beast (1991)

6. Aladdin (1992)

7. The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

8. Bambi (1942)

9. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

10. Mary Poppins (1964)

 

I would put Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas and Who Framed Roger Rabbit on here, but I can't, because those were originally released by Disney's subsidiary Touchstone Pictures.

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Oh what the heck... but I will expand it to 15 because I am so indecisive

 

Features

 

1.) Mars And Beyond (1957) - technically a TV show running almost an hour

2.) Bambi (1942)

5.) Secrets Of Life (1956)

4.) Pinocchio (1940)

5.) The Three Caballeros (1944)

6.) 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954)

7.) Dumbo (1941)

8.) Fantasia (1940)

9.) Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937)

10.) Old Yeller (1957)

11.) Lady And The Tramp (1955)

12.) Song Of The South (1946)

13.) Beauty And The Beast (1991)

14.) Mary Poppins (1964)

15.) Who's Afraid Of Roger Rabbit (1988) - Touchstone or not, enough Disney characters are included

 

 

Shorties

 

1.) The Old Mill (1937)

2.) Prowlers Of The Everglades (1952)

3.) The Band Concert (1935)

4.) Tiger Trouble (1944)

5.) Pigs Is Pigs (1953)

6.) The Little House (1952)

7.) Motor Mania (1950)

8.) Rugged Bear (1953)

9.) The Ugly Duckling (1938)

10.) Education For Death (1942)

11.) The Truth About Mother Goose (1957)

12.) The Country Cousin (1936)

13.) Slide, Donald, Slide (1948)

14.) Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day (1968)

15.) The Skeleton Dance (1929)

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Just like the thread title excludes any Pixar created Disney movies, I generally prefer anything made while Walt Disney was still living over anything done since.

There's a been a few animated post-Disney films I've enjoyed, but the magic combination of good story, good storytelling, and artistry was a result of having Walt at the helm.

 

If I had to choose I'd list in no particular order:

 

Snow White

Dumbo 

Bambi

Fantasia

The Parent Trap

Mary Poppins

The Jungle Book

Cinderella

Sleeping Beauty

Pinocchio (a little maudlin, but great animation!)

 

Lady & The Tramp didn't hold up well at all for me. I thought Fantasia 2000 was good, but hated the Lion King & Aladdin. 

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Since this is under the Cartoon category, I will assume it is meant to be your top 10 animated Disney film's, rather than live action films.  Regardless, my favorite Disney film is MARY POPPINS.  Of the animated ones:

 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

LADY AND THE TRAMP

PINOCCHIO

TANGLED

SLEEPING BEAUTY

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS

THE JUNGLE BOOK

PETER PAN

101 DALMATIANS

CINDERELLA

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Just like the thread title excludes any Pixar created Disney movies, I generally prefer anything made while Walt Disney was still living over anything done since.

There's a been a few animated post-Disney films I've enjoyed, but the magic combination of good story, good storytelling, and artistry was a result of having Walt at the helm.

 

 

 

 

Lady & The Tramp didn't hold up well at all for me. I thought Fantasia 2000 was good, but hated the Lion King & Aladdin. 

I still love LADY AND THE TRAMP.  I only place BEAUTY AND THE BEAST above it, in my list of animated favorites.  However, I hate THE LION KING and Robin Williams ruins ALADDIN, for me.  Then again, he ruins everything, for me.  I also really am annoyed by FROZEN.  Above many of my top Disney animated films, I would place 20th Century Fox's animated ANASTASIA.

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However, I hate THE LION KING and Robin Williams ruins ALADDIN, for me.

 

Wow I'm so glad to read that, john. I get a lot of heat when I say that. And I'm a Robin Williams fan, overall. (THE FISHER KING-wow)

 

But I think he ruins this movie, his "jokes" absolutely date the film.

 

I can't remember why I hated THE LION KING so much, I only saw it once in the theater. But I quite liked FROZEN, I liked the color schemes, the animation, the look of it. I also really liked the two principle charactors but had to tolerate the insipid "comedy relief" charactors like the snowman for the kiddies sake.

 

Gee, the "comic relief" in BAMBI was Thumper & Flower, and they were both adorable & charming to adult viewers. Why do modern films dumb down to today's kids?

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However, I hate THE LION KING and Robin Williams ruins ALADDIN, for me.

 

Wow I'm so glad to read that, john. I get a lot of heat when I say that. And I'm a Robin Williams fan, overall. (THE FISHER KING-wow)

 

But I think he ruins this movie, his "jokes" absolutely date the film.

 

I can't remember why I hated THE LION KING so much, I only saw it once in the theater. But I quite liked FROZEN, I liked the color schemes, the animation, the look of it. I also really liked the two principle charactors but had to tolerate the insipid "comedy relief" charactors like the snowman for the kiddies sake.

 

Gee, the "comic relief" in BAMBI was Thumper & Flower, and they were both adorable & charming to adult viewers. Why do modern films dumb down to today's kids?

Now persorally I agree. Modern Disney films have a lot of trouble with comic relief characters. I rather liked Aladdin still, but it was a huge problem in The Lion King and Mulan, and a slightly irritating one in most of the ones since Lion King (aside from Pocahontas, Zootopia, and Moana). The last time that Disney fully integrated the comic relief was in Beauty and the Beast, and that is now 26 years ago.

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The stuff they are showing tonight might not make everybody's Top Ten lists, although I like JUNGLE CAT. Too bad it is shown so late in the program. I would rather see that one early than FOLLOW ME BOYS. Yet I guess there are more DVDs to sell at Wal-Mart of that one than the kitty pic. (Also, couldn't they show THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY earlier?)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ParhvBqqmkQ

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