Which Disney Animated Film Is The Best?

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Definately the Lion King. My favorite Disney song is the circle of life. Plus, animals are my thing. /biggrin.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":D" border="0" alt="biggrin.gif" /> LION KING ALL THE WAY!!!!!!!

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I Love Sleeping Beauty.. although Thumbelina is my all time FAVOURITE!!!
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Is that even a disney film? It is, right?! /unsure.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":unsure:" border="0" alt="unsure.gif" />

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Post by Edana Holmes »

Beauty and the Beast for me. I remember my dad taking my sister and I to the cinema to watch it. I always enjoy spending time with him, and that whole day was special.

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Post by Ilianna McMartin »

Meet The Robinsons is my favorite animated movie EVER! I don't know if it's by Disney but I LOVE the movie. It's awesome.
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Post by Aurelia Odyssey »

The Lion King for me, I still have the Lion King songs on my MP3 player. It came out on my 10th birthday and I went to see to it with a whole load of friends. I was given the cuddly toys for a present which are still on my bed.
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Post by Sirena Serephina »

Naomi Jourdain wrote:QUOTE (Naomi Jourdain @ Aug 12 2005, 03:39 PM) Come on Anastasia didn't even make the cut and that is my favorite
Um.. that's because it's not a Disney movie! lol Yep, believe it or not - it's a common misconception, but Disney had nothing to do with it.
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Post by Kyle Smyth »

For some reason I coudn't vote, but I would have chosen either Pochahontis or The little mermaid. Pochahontis is my fav though /tongue.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":P" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" />
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Post by Felicia Crumpletoad »

I think that of that list that Lion King has to be the most amazing film ever. I remember when I was little I was always scared at the bit when there's the stampede and his dad dies. (yes I was a bit of a wuss) And I will now admit that I have bought the extended DVD version of it. Which I actually didnt think was as good as the original video for some reason.

Other than that I think Robin Hood should be on there. "odelaly odelaly golly what a day" *wanders off singing to herself*
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Post by Jessica Bobb »

BIG fan of The Little Mermaid, so I voted for that, however, I also love Mulan. BUT The Little Mermaid is def. a classic. And it coming out on broadway..how exciting.
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Post by Marguerite Davenport »

I really love Beauty and the Beast and Sleeping Beauty. Their my two favorites.
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Post by Amilia Sky »

I chose Aladdin. That has been my favorite since the first time I saw it. That was my first DVD purchase ever and now I have almost the whole Disney collection. Has anyone ever been to Disney California Adventure? They had an Aladdin show there that was amazing! I want to go back one day just to see it again.
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Post by Bianca Capet »

The Jungle Book! How I loved that film. I actually liked the "good guys" in this one. But my heart belongs to Kaa (the serpent) and Shere Khan (the tiger). Fantastic characters. Now that I think of it, I need to buy this movie.
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Post by Jacqualine Snape »

They left out my favourite the Aristocats, I just love Thomas O'malley and the Jazz scene is my all time fav.

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Post by Zach Goldenfarb »

What about the fox and the hound, it made me cry with happiness.
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Post by LaCher Ingmar »

Mulan! I just LOVE that movie! It definitely shows that girls can also be tough. It's good movie, and they managed to slip in a couple of good jokes. /laugh.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":lol:" border="0" alt="laugh.gif" />
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Post by Raoul DeLomel »

out of that list Lady and teh Tramp or the Lion King. but my all time favourite one is CARS! I have no clue why but I just love that movie.
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Post by Natalie Austen »

I absolutely love the Disney classics! I have quite a few favorites that I can't choose between.

Lion King (&+ the second movie was actually really good in my opinion. It was the only animated Disney sequel that came close to being as good as the original)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast

All of the 90s films were by far the best. :]
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Post by Prof. Zoki Phantom »

:lol: I wouldn't be able to pick myself a favorite even if you torture me, I just love Disney by definition. XD

I did vote for the Little Mermaid though, just 'cause I wanted to my vote to count too. :P
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Post by Lynne Fantome »

Very tough choice between The Lion King and Beauty & The Beast, but I went with the latter.

Also, it won't let me vote. It keeps taking me to an error page. :/ Anyone know why?
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