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posted by disney_prince
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Hello, I am disney_prince.
Today I got bored and decided to do a Top 40 of my current favorite disney songs.
They are mainly songs from The Disney Classics canon, but I have also included some songs from disney sequel films.

40. As Long As Theres Chrstmas
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

39. Heigh Ho
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

38. He Lives in You
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

37. Zero to Hero
Hercules

36. Everybody Wants To Be A Cat
The Aristocats

35. So This Is Love
Cinderella

34. He's A Tramp
Lady and the Tramp

33. Friend Like Me
Aladdin

32. Sing Sweet Nightingale
Cinderella

31. You Can Fly...
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Here is the official list of what is, and what is not, a disney animated classic!
i will be updating this as other classics are announced and released!




1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
2. Pinocchio
3. Fantasia
4. Dumbo
5. Bambi
6. Saludos Amigos
7. The Three Caballeros
8. Make Mine Music
9. Fun and Fancy Free
10. Melody Time
11. Ichabod & Mr Toad
12. Cinderella
13. Alice and Wonderland
14. Peter Pan
15. Lady and the Tramp
16. Sleeping Beauty
17. 101 Dalmatians
18. The Sword in the Stone
19. The Jungle Book
20. The Aristocats
21. Robin Hood
22. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
23. The Rescuers
24. The Fox...
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posted by princesslullaby
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I decided it was time someone wrote the list for saddest disney moments, so here goes. Someone else wrote the same article that I completely disagreed with (half the moments were from the little mermaid) so I decided it was time for me to write my own article. Disney is known to make people laugh and cheer, but also for making people depressed and making them cry. I have cried at numerous disney films, because all of them have their sad moments. Some of my choices may surprise you. Disney is famous for it's sad moments, but to me, none are more sad then the following list. I hope you like my...
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MALE STAMPS

Aladdin (Aladdin)
Aladdin is portrayed as clever, and ultimately a good-hearted person. Like most Disney male protagonists, he is a brave young man who seeks to win the affection of many other characters, which demonstrates his insecurity. He can be selfish and indignant at times, which is shown through the wishes he makes. He is not above lying and stealing, but never with evil intentions, but in order to survive. The biggest difference from the norm is that, unlike most youthful Disney heroes, he is a doer rather than a passive character
Words to describe Aladdin: clever, good-hearted,...
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Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
Alice is portrayed as being very curious. She's often seen daydreaming and gives herself advice instead of listening to the advice of others. The closest thing Alice has as a friend is Dinah, her cat, and not even she understands Alice's dreams of finding "a world of her own". Alice is well mannered, polite, courteous, mature and has an elegance and gentleness of a young woman, although once she falls into Wonderland she finds it harder and harder to maintain her composure. She is shown to be determined, but her determination is often overpowered by her temper, seeing...
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posted by dweeb
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30. Savages - Pocahontas
Really great song. It shows both sides of a war and how the two groups are thinking similar thoughts about each other. The lyrics blatantly show the insanity of racism and how wrong it is to judge others because they aren't like yourself. Plus, it's really catchy and I sing it in the shower.
29. Once Upon A Dream - Sleeping Beauty
Great, romantic duet. Really cute how Aurora sings it with her friends and then her dream prince joins her and surprises her. The scene where they dance and you see their reflections in the lake always makes me feel good inside. I love this...
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posted by juniper427
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Since most of the Disney princesses are derived from fairy tales they have gone through many transformations before Disney took their stab at it. I’m going to use the stories I grew up on as “the original”.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
In the original Brothers Grimm story the evil queen tries three times before the poisoned apple to kill Snow White and fails, ones with a poison comb, once with a murderously tight hair ribbon and another time with a similarly tight corset. Each time she is saved by the dwarves. Disney also gets rid of the queens violent smashing of the magic...
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posted by teddybear64
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20.Robin Hood
Robin Hood
Robin Hood

19.The Jungle Book
The Jungle Book
The Jungle Book

18.Hercules
Hercules
Hercules

17.Basil the great Mouse Detective
Basil the great Mouse Detective
Basil the great Mouse Detective

16.Pocahontas
Pocahontas
Pocahontas

15.Tarzan
Tarzan
Tarzan

14.Pinocchio
Pinocchio
Pinocchio

13.The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Hunchback of Notre Dame

12.The Aristocats
The Aristocats
The Aristocats

11.Mulan
Mulan
Mulan

10.Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

9.Aladdin
Aladdin
Aladdin

8.The Fox and the Hound
Fox and the Hound
Fox and the Hound

7.The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid

6.101 Dalmatians
101 Dalmatians
101 Dalmatians

5.Sleeping Beauty
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Okay, so I'll try to write an article. As much as I love Disney, one of the things that I am most attracted to in a movie is the music, and of course you have to have a good singing voice for that. So this article is just of my Top 10 favourite Disney Singing voice (the title is a big give away ^^). Oh, if you happen to hate the Hunchback of Notre Dame, I suggest you don't read this! Also, this is only for characters that speak. There are lots of voices through (usually) End Credit Songs that would be in this list if they actually had been characters.

Just missed the cut: Belle (Paige O'Hara),...
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Disney's Best Movies for Songs

This is an article which sums up the results of the three Disney related songs countdowns. Each countdown was for a different "era". Here are the timezones of each era:

"Walt's Era"- 1937-1967 (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs-The Jungle Book)
"Pre-Renaissance Era"- 1970-1988 (The Aristocats-Oliver and Company)
"Renaissance Era"- 1989-1999 (The Little Mermaid-Tarzan)

Thanks to 0BleuFever0, aiemerryserius, allis143, anubis210, becca85, BKG201, ClonedPickle, cromulanfav, daralekshaw, dollyrox, DreamyGal, dustfinger, fhghu, FlightofFantasy, jinxenmoonday, KataraLover,...
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Ok I have been a fan of Disney since I was about 5. In my time I grew up watching the likes of Aladdin,Pocahuntas The Little Mermaid(released in 1989), The Lion King, Tarzan and of course Beauty and the Beast which was made when I was 6 months old lol. What I like about the past Disney movies is that each story that goes with the movie is usually centered on our lives. For Example:


1# Pocahuntas: Indian Princess falls for sailor while her father doesn't like him.

Reality part to it: Falling for someone from a different background e.g Jewish,Traveller etc.


#2 TLM: Mermaid falls for human while...
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posted by DarkSarcasm
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Well, technically, a playlist for each season. Just doesn't have quite the same ring to it.

Below are four lists of Disney songs that either have lyrics that apply or just have a vibe that I associate with a particular season. This is by no means a complete list, as I have only included songs I'm familiar with that feel seasonal.


SPRING
Spring songs are light, bright, and probably nature-related.

A Whole New World (Aladdin)
Following the Leader (Peter Pan)
For the First Time in Forever (Frozen)
Little April Shower (Bambi)
Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid)
Let's Sing a Gay Little Spring Song...
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posted by deltabannermen
Hi all,

My family are massive Disney fans and we recently embarked on a marathon of the Disney canon. We're currently as far as The Three Caballeros and here is my review of the first animated classic (I'm also posting these reviews on my blog disneydad2.blogspot.com).


A Disney Tale: A young princess narrowly avoids death on the command of her evil stepmother. She shacks up with a group of mining dwarves but the stepmother finds her and puts her to sleep with a poisoned apple. The dwarves put her inside a glass coffin until a prince comes and kisses her, releasing her from the spell to live happily...
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Finally, my "Top 10 Classic Animated Disney Movies" is finished! Why would such a simple list take more than an hour to write? Because I had to watch all the movies on the list to determine an official order, of course. That's totally normal, right? That's what the voices in my head tell me. ;D



#1 - Peter Pan (1953)
A girl being forced to grow up is visited by an orphan and his pixie friend who whisks her and her brothers away to a fantasy land filled with mermaids, Indians, pirates and orphans dressed in adorable animal costumes.

Wendy was nuts for wanting to come home. There, I said it....
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posted by deltabannermen
A Disney Tale: A poor woodcutter, Geppetto, wishes on a star that his wooden puppet boy could be alive. A blue fairy grants his wish and the puppet, Pinocchio, is given life. On a series of adventures, he learns about right and wrong on his journey to becoming a real, human boy.

Disney Heroine: There is no real 'heroine' in this story and in fact, the only female characters are the Blue Fairy and Cleo the fish.

Disney Hero: Pinocchio is the 'hero' of the story, in as much as he is the main character. His heroic actions, though, don't really occur until the final act of the film where is saves...
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There's just something about the quality and authenticity of an old family movie that can't be replicated nowadays.

Disney produced a looot of great live-action and hybrid movies over the years, but they always seem to get overshadowed by the animated ones. (Not to knock the animated movies, I have a list of those on the way too.) Here are my top 10 live action and hybrid classics, for that good old fashioned Disney feel:


#1 - Candleshoe (1977)
Starring: Jodie Foster, Helen Hayes, David Niven, Leo McKern, and Vivian Pickles
Casey Brown is a parentless delinquent living in Los Angeles with...
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Why are so many of your mothers either dead or of the evil step-mother variety, Disney? I had to dig a little to come up with this list, but behold! 5 great motherly figures from Classic Disney movies!


#5 - Wendy Darling (Peter Pan)
Voiced by Kathryn Beaumont, 1953
A mother is someone who cares for you. Wendy certainly does that for her brothers, and for a while, the Lost Boys too. She has a vivid imagination, and encourages her brothers to be creative and to have fun. At home, she tells stories of Peter Pan and Neverland. Once in Neverland, she tells the boys about their mother so they...
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posted by BuddyBoy600alt
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This just in. The British actor who played Eddie Valiant in Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" has died. He was at age 71. Bob Hoskins was one of my favorite actor in this Disney film. Roger Rabbit will never be the same without you, Eddie Valiant. Other roles that Bob Hoskins played was Mario Mario in the Super Mario Bros. Movie. In 2012, He went to retirement from Parkinson's disease and died from Pneumonia on April of 2014. R.I.P. Bob Hoskins (1942-2014) You will be missed :'(
posted by deltabannermen
A Disney Tale: Jiminy Cricket introduces two tales - Bongo the Bear (a slightly disturbing tale of love in the bear community) and Mickey and the Beanstalk (a Disney version of the well-known fairytale).

Disney Hero: With two 'films' in this package feature we have two main heroes. First up is Bongo. Bongo is a circus bear who runs away to the forest and meets the love of his life. Bongo never speaks in his film. He is dressed in a jacket, bow tie and hat and runs the full gamut of emotions. In the second film, we have three 'heroes' - Mickey, Donald and Goofy who all fulfill the role of Jack...
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posted by DarkSarcasm
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Ah, the question that everyone who has stumbled upon this spot has surely asked themselves. It's been asked in poll form multiple times. There have been many discussions on the subject.

The spot motto defines a Disney Classic as "anything before the Pixar era", making the cutoff 1996, when Toy Story premiered.

Most of the picks/polls about the subject have Pocahontas (1995) or Tarzan (1998) in the lead.

Some fans believe that only the films on the official list of Disney Animated Classics are true classics.

Truth is, there is no definite answer, because a Disney Classic means something different...
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