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    Robin Hood, as it is just so fun and charming.

    Big Hero 6, Princess and the Frog, The Lion King, The Great Mouse Detective, and Fantasia are other favorites.



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    The Fox and the Hound
    Oh man. Tears, every time.
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    The Lion King will always be my number one Disney movie. <3

    Also love The Fox and the Hound, Finding Nemo, WALL·E and Up (in case Disney Pixar movies count as well).


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    Alice in Wonderland. Close follow-ups are Aladdin, Robin Hood, Peter Pan, The Great Mouse Detective, and The Little Mermaid. The Black Cauldron is also genius and I am honestly shocked and horrified that it was made into a children's movie because it is dark and disturbing af.

    And then we have other gems like Newsies and Babes in Toyland and James and the Giant Peach but I'm assuming we're talking about cartoons.

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    It's definitely Robin Hood first. I don't know from there. A lot of others were really good.


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    Gonna say Hercules though Emperor's New Groove is a close second.

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    1. Beauty and the Beast
    2. The hunchback of Notre Dame
    3. Lion King
    4. Peter Pan
    5. Little Mermaid

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    Big Hero 6.

    Runners up are The Lion King and Aladdin.

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    Disney films shaped me as a person. My top five favorites are all instrumental in my development.

    1. The Lion King - The first movie I recall in theaters and the first film I can recall having strong emotions with, also I love the music. I feel the music in The Lion King is more iconic than any other Disney music to date. Yes, I said it. Come at me, bro. It was also one of the films that got me interested in storytelling in a visual way.

    2. Aladdin - Underdogs man, underdogs. I didn't like how they were treating the poor people and the discrepancies between the rich royalty and the poor peons. It was then that my socialism awakened.

    3. Mulan - It was at the tender age of 8 watching this movie that I knew I had to become an adult Mulan. It awakened the feminist in me. The song Reflection was also literally my life.

    4. Tarzan - Basically people are terrible towards animals and that needs to stop. It awakened my inner Ricky Gervais and that we should accept people who are different. It also made me aware of my love for Phil Collins' music.





    5. Pocohantas - Same feelings as with Mulan. Pocahantas was a strong female protagonist and also hastened my awareness that we shouldn't be close-minded to other people's cultures.This film is also personal to me because it was my grandmother's favorite film and she always called me "her strong little Pocahantas". We are also part Native American on her side of the family so she shared some history of that with me.

    If I ever have children it is mandatory that they watch all of these films. I don't understand why stick-up-the-ass Christians abhor them. It said sex in leaves in one scene in The Lion King, boo-hoo. Of course, I'll be showing them some recent ones too like Big Hero 6 and make their day very emotional.

    Non-cartoon Disney movies... I really only liked James and the Giant Peach, but that was mostly animated. The part where the women turn in to a monster always frightens me though. Haggard biddies.

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    The Little Mermaid.

    Ariel <3 When I learned her appearance was based off one of my favorite actresses, Alyssa Milano, that just made me love her even more.

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