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Guest Gabochi

If so which ones are your favorites? My top five are: 1. Mulan 2. Aladdin (all three movies) 3. Lion king 4. Toy Story 5. Idk...probably either the brave little toaster or Atlantis (1st movie) Yes, I'm a total kid at heart :) O and the rescuers also ties for number 5

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Guest Emily Ray

I love Disney Movies, both the new ones and the old ones. My favorite of all time is Lady and the Tramp from 1955.

I am a lovesick romantic at heart.

Huggs

Emily

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Cyndee

Hey Gabochi

Also love Atlantis (the lost empire), and Little toaster here, other faves are Toy Story (first one), and Sleeping Beauty.

We have stacks of Disney movies on VHS, my kids and I still enjoy.

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Guest ignota

Of Disney movies: my favourite is probably the Lion King :) Of all things Disney, Music Land :D (an animated short from 1935, I think. It's brilliant: SO good!)

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Guest Groove_Ghost

I do LOVE Disney movies but most of them make me cwy and I find it hard to watch them. My GF was amazed when I told her I have seen The Lion King and Jungle Book only once!

When I was at school we had to watch Dumbo and I sat there the entire time staring at the wall or ceiling trying not to burst in to tears!!!!

Hmmmmmm but my top five favvy areeee: 1. Beauty and the Beast 2. Aladdin 3. Toy Story 2 4. Sleeping Beauty (Aurora is soooo pwetty, jealous of her dress!!!!) 5. Hercules :)

Oh and I'm not sure if it was made "in house" by Disney but Teen Angel was an awesome show and deserves more recognition than it got :D <3 love that show!!!!

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Guest Gabochi

Of Disney movies: my favourite is probably the Lion King :) Of all things Disney, Music Land :D (an animated short from 1935, I think. It's brilliant: SO good!)

Ever heard of the short "the old mill"? I like that one a lot :)

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Guest PaintedWingss

My favorites are The Lion King (all three), Aladdin, the first Atlantis (sorry, but the second was horrible), Mulan, and Hercules.

I'm a total Disney nerd, too. I've been to Disney World so many times that I can't count, and never get tired of it (and I'm almost 19 XD).

- Taylor

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Guest MissSiul

I love all of them,but Pixar movies are my favorite

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Guest Gabochi

I love all of them,but Pixar movies are my favorite

Up and toy story are my faves :D

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Guest Deena

Cinderella. Period.

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Guest Drewbie

I'd say my favorite is Lion King 2. My second favorite is Mulan (What a surprise)

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Guest sarah f

I like all of them that I have seen. Lion King is probably my favorite. I like Aladin too and I can probably sing all the songs during the movie. If it is a Disney movie then I am watching it.

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Guest Gabochi

Who's seen Tangled?

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Guest Robin Winter

I dunno...after the bomb I watched tonight, I'm just not sure anymore.

Tron: The Legacy was horrible....there was so much potential for a sequel and they gave us that tripe...

*sigh*

My favorite animated Disney movies are "Robin Hood", "The Sword in the Stone", and "Alice in Wonderland". I don't expect that will ever change.

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Guest Gabochi

Shilo, sword in the stone is another favorite of mine.

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Guest Donna Jean

Who's seen Tangled?

Me! And it's outstanding!

Donna Jean

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Guest sarah f

Who's seen Tangled?

I have seen it too. It was good too.

I am currently watching the Princess and the Frog.

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Guest ignota

:o you've all just reminded me of a load of other great ones! Fantasia original and 2000 were so good... Tangled was pretty good. Up was so sad!! But such a good film. I've seen Robin Hood many times too.

Just watched The Old Mill Gabochi :) it's good, but I still think Music Land is better. Perhaps it's coz I likes music :)

Favourite film is probably... perhaps fantasia 2000 actually. But Music Land still trumps that. ooohh :D

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Guest Julie T

Me! And it's outstanding!

Donna Jean

I was there sitting next to Dee Jay - Tangled was great. The first movie I ever saw ever, was Alice in Wonderland. It is my second favorite after Fantasia.

Julie

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Guest Gabochi

:o you've all just reminded me of a load of other great ones! Fantasia original and 2000 were so good... Tangled was pretty good. Up was so sad!! But such a good film. I've seen Robin Hood many times too.

Just watched The Old Mill Gabochi :) it's good, but I still think Music Land is better. Perhaps it's coz I likes music :)

Favourite film is probably... perhaps fantasia 2000 actually. But Music Land still trumps that. ooohh :D

I agree...except I don't believe I've ever seen Fantasia all the way through. I haven't seen Music Land either. Loved Tangled and Up. Robin Hood is a classic :)

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Sally

As a long time Disney fan mine go back to Bambi, Snow White, Cinderella, Fantasia (loved the Sorcerer's Apprentice) But I enjoy the newer ones to - I loved the Little Mermaid (I want her non tangling, never matted down while wet red hair) Dumbo only got a brief mention but if you look at it and remember just how old it is and that everything in all of the early films were done completely by hand - no computer animation - that was all done one frame at a time by artists - 30 Frames for 1 second, 1,800 frames per minute and with an average length of 90 minutes that makes 162,000 hand painted cells set up and photographed, one frame at a time - makes you sort of appreciate the old masters doesn't it?

Love ya,

Sally

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Guest Happy Alice

Hmm I really like Toy Story, Up, and Walle :thumbsup:

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Guest Vixen Amber

Robin Hood, fox and the hound,rescuers, Aladdin, rescuers down under, Atlantis, too many to go on, I was raised on em.

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Guest Tanyalynn

The Lion King is the greatest cartoon movie ever made, and in my top ten overall. Also, Up, Mulan, Sleeping Beauty (I cant believe I havent seen it yet), and the live action Jungle Book, I believe with Jason Scott Lee. And just for fun, anyone want to take a shot at a trivia question? Its from a Disney movie:

Who is the only one of the AFI voted 50 Greatest Villains who never appeared on screen?

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Guest Haidos

Robin Hood, beauty and the beast, the lion king, The sword in the stone and The pagemaster.

Thinking about it i own none of these anymore, sad times.

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