Favourite Disney films

Amidala

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You know you will never grow out of them ;)
Mine are
  • The hunchback of Notre Dame
  • The emporers new groove
hehe I have loads more but those two I adore:D
 

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For me it was The Black Cauldron (The only disney animated film to have a pg rating)

I liked Beauty and the Beast too.
 

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I still love Mary poppins. And Aladdin. And Bedknobs & Broomsticks. And Fantasia 2000.
 

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Bedknobs and Broomsticks, now thats a good one. I loved the bits with the suits of armor at the end.
 

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I love them all! Some, though have special places like Bambi which was one of the first movies I went to see at the theater. Bedknobs and Broomsticks is great too.
 

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Crikey! There's a lot of choice!

I'd like to see SnowWhite again, but it's probably a bit scary for the kids. I actually much prefer the Pixar work at the moment - the scripting, directing, characterisation and overall production IMO is absolutely superb for all the Pixar films. Toy Story is still an absolute classic and hasn't dated, and Monsters Inc and Nemo are right out there in terms of brilliance. :)
 

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To start out on a sort of negative note, I always hated "Bambi". Liked "Bambi Meets Godzilla" though. Very short film.:eek:

But this is all about favorite Disney films. So:

The Parent Trap (original version)
Mary Poppins
The Gnome-Mobile
Pinocchio (although I maintain that this is not a kids' film)
 

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When I think of Disney movies, I think animated.

Aladdin
Toy Story
Monsters Inc.
Finding Nemo
Lion King

I've never heard of "The Gnome-Mobile" before. What is it?
 

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littlemissattitude said:
To start out on a sort of negative note, I always hated "Bambi". Liked "Bambi Meets Godzilla" though. Very short film.:eek:
I bet!!

littlemissattitude said:
But this is all about favorite Disney films. So:

The Parent Trap (original version)
Mary Poppins
The Gnome-Mobile
Pinocchio (although I maintain that this is not a kids' film)
The Parent Trap and Mary Poppins were great too. Now that I think of it, Darby O'Gill and the Little People was a good one too. I just saw it again recently. Fun stuff! Can't say as I remember hearing of The Gnome-Mobile either.
 

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Hmm... didn't mean to post twice, but I lost the page and ended up pushing the back button too many times. Sorry. I'll just add more.

I like "Mulan" quite a bit also. :)
 

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From the disneyvideos website:

Northern California's majestic Redwood Forest is the scene for a chance encounter between two young children (Mathew Garber, Karen Dotrice) and Jasper (Tom Lowell), a two-foot-high gnome. Jasper has been desperately searching for a suitable bride to please Knobby (Walter Brennan), his 900-year-old grandfather. Surprised and delighted with their find, the children agree to help Jasper with his predicament -- a problem that develops into a wild chase when an enterprising showman (Sean McClory) discovers the gnomes and quickly masterminds a kidnapping plot!
"The Gnome-Mobile" came out in 1967. The kids (Garber and Dotrice) are the same children who were in "Mary Poppins". It was just a cool little movie. I haven't seen it in a long time - it never got the publicity that "Darby O'Gill and the Little People" got, and I don't think it gets shown much any more. Too bad.
 

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Disney of Hazard

Honestly, I think Disney has inbred the quality and style of cinema geared for children, at least, in America.
But I do have my guilty pleasures. :D

Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Sword and the Stone
Snow White
Robin Hood (the whole Dukes of Hazard tone to it was fun)
 

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Re: Disney of Hazard

McMurphy said:
But I do have my guilty pleasures. :D

Don't we all???

McMurphy said:
Robin Hood (the whole Dukes of Hazard tone to it was fun)
Which Robin Hood is this, the cartoon one where Robin was a fox? That was such a favorite as a kid that I had the record of the whole movie. I played it over and over again - so much so that I can probably quote quite a bit of it from memory and I haven't seen it since I was 10-ish.
 

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The Little Mermaid hands down! I loved this movie and still watch it consistantly even though I'm 19 :D
Thankyou Disney for fuelling my obsession with Mermaids and all things Oceanic since I was 5 years old!
I think after that I'd go for Bedknobs & Broomsticks, I loved that movie. never got to see it enough.
Mulan was pretty good too. Actually, I love disney cartoons in general, its a personal obsession of mine :p But I must admit, things like Monsters Inc and Nemo are pearlers, so very very funny.
 

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The Little Mermaid for me - best songs & best villain(ess) in any Disney movie for me

Also got a some spot for Jungle Book & Dumbo, again mainly for the songs :)
 

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