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My favourite Disney movies, in order of release date
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney Special Platinum Edition)
"1937. I was terrified of snowwhite's stepmother when I was a child. Now that I am 18 I can marvel at the incredible, groundbreaking animation sequences. A nice juicy red apple..."
Fantasia (Special 60th Anniversary Edition)
"1940. The animation is mesmerising. Not for very young children, fantasia is both beautiful and terrifying. It's the only way to make me listen to classical music."
Bambi (Two-Disc Platinum Edition)
"1942. I enjoyed this more when I was a child then I do now. The death of bambie's mother is the first thing that I recall. Lovely old fashioned animation. The fire scenes are impressive."
Cinderella (Disney Special Platinum Edition) [VHS]
"1950. I got this for Christmas when I was very young. Its brilliant, the music and characters are very endearing. Lovely animation when cinderelly sings "oh sweet nightingale"."
Lady and the Tramp (Limited Issue)
"1955. I love the Siamese cats and the romantic spaghetti Bolognese scene (my favourite dish as a child). The pound scene chokes me up. A movie for dog lovers everywhere."
Sleeping Beauty (Special Edition)
"1959. One of the best. I adore the fairies. I always remember how scared I was when Maleficent's eyes appeared in the fireplace. The animation is stunning. The finale is breathtaking."
101 Dalmatians (Limited Issue)
"1961. Was there ever a more captivating villain? Cruella devil steals the show."
The Sword in the Stone (Disney Gold Classic Collection)
"1963. I love this. The perfect Merlin in my eyes. Hockety pockety wockety wack! And the lovable owl Arcemedis. Not to mention the hysterical witch at the end. Great songs."
The Jungle Book (Limited Issue)
"1967. I always sympathised with Bageera. Mowgli is annoying but the great music and Baloo make up for it. Trust in me.... I swear they based the vultures on the Beetles."
Robin Hood (Disney Gold Classic Collection)
"1973. Really funny. Excellent voice talents and a good script make this a very memorable film."
"1977. This used to scare me. I love Bernard and Bianca, you really root for them the whole way through."
The Fox and the Hound (Disney Gold Classic Collection)
"1981. Absolutely brilliant. The awesome battle with the bear at the end is painfully real. The whole movie is excellently portrayed. Great characters."
The Black Cauldron (Disney Gold Classic Collection)
"1985. Weird movie. Seems quite un-Disney-like. The music is quite sinister. It stands out as an alternative. Frightening for children."
The Little Mermaid (Limited Issue)
"1986. The year I was born. I saw it in the cinema some years later, and was completely enthralled. I've been in love with it ever since. This is the creme de la creme and every child should see it."
The Great Mouse Detective
"1986. Having read the entire Sherlock Holmes omnibus at 11 I got a lot more out of this then most others did. A personal favourite of mine. Quite original and witty."
The Rescuers Down Under (Gold Collection)
"1990. A brilliant sequel, better then the original. Breathtaking animation, an involving plot and lovable characters make this one of the best."
Aladdin (Two-Disc Special Edition)
"1991. I saw this in the cinema when I was 5. I was completely wrapped up in the magic. Years later I still enjoy it immensly. The animation is spectacular and who doesn't love the genie!"
Beauty and the Beast (Platinum Edition)
"1992. I always liked beast as THE BEAST! And 12 years later I still feel the same way!The prince has a huge nose! Oh yeah, this is one of the most beautiful films of all time."
The Lion King (Two-Disc Platinum Edition)
"1994. You can't find fault with this. It's a masterpiece, nuff said. Buy it now!Incredible animation, a killer soundtrack and a wonderful story. Jeremy irons has a sexy voice...ahem."
Pocahontas (Disney Gold Classic Collection)
"1995. Quite an adult movie. I used to hate the ending but thumbs up for not making it obvious. Pocahontas is an excellent heroin and the animation is very majestic."
Toy Story 
"1995. The movie that started it all. I love toy story. Every child imagines that their toys come alive! Quite adult humor though."
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
"1996. Frollo's lust for Esmeralda in the song "Hellfire" Is quite horrible. An excellent movie for the older child. Good for disney to break the mold."
Hercules (Gold Collection)
"1997. The muses and Hades make this movie bearable. I think it deserves a mention though, the character design is quite interesting. Kids should love it."
Mulan (Two-Disc Special Edition)
"1998. The stylish animation and quick script make up for the mediocre voice acting of our heroine. Eddie Murphy is annoying because, well who else could it be?"
"1999. Deep Canvas gives this movie a lush feel to it. I personally like Tarzans character design. Quite predictable though. This is when disney started going down hill.Can somone please vote!Thanks!"
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