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Disney Movies, Music, TV, Theater & Books Discuss Non-Animated favorites? in the Miscellaneous Disney forums; I also really enjoyed TRON. The greatest part about the movie is the scenes that showed a lot of the classic arcade games, like Berserk, Pac-Man, etc. in Flynn's arcade. ...
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    I also really enjoyed TRON. The greatest part about the movie is the scenes that showed a lot of the classic arcade games, like Berserk, Pac-Man, etc. in Flynn's arcade. Wow, a movie that really focused on the games of my youth!!!! COOL!!!!
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    Another one

    Hocus Pocus was on tonight.... I forgot how funny Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najinsky (sp?), they seem to be about to crack up laughing at any moment.
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    Ok...here are my favorites...

    Song of the South
    Mary Poppins
    Bedknobs & Broomsticks
    The Parent Trap (The Originial)
    Summer Magic
    Pirates of the Carribean
    I always loved The Gnome-Mobile, too...but I haven't seen that in years!

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    I can't narrow it down to just one:

    Mary Poppins - That's the first Disney movie I can remember seeing in a movie theater.

    That Darn Cat! (1965) - I remember my Dad driving my sister and brother and I from CT to Radio City Music Hall to see this during Christmas vacation. It was my favorite movie for years!

    The North Avenue Irregulars - I took some kids I was babysitting for to see this when it first came out. This is one of the better 1970's Disney Movies.

    The Watcher in the Woods - This is an underrated Disney movie. I was so happy when Anchor Bay released this on DVD a few years ago. My kids were scared to death the first time they watched it, now it's one of their favorites!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pezheadval
    I always loved The Gnome-Mobile, too...but I haven't seen that in years!
    You should be happy to know that this was just rereleased on DVD!
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    Freaky Friday (new one - never saw the old one)
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    I Mary Poppins and both of the Parent Traps.


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    I love the Three Musketeers too, but my new favorites include Pirates of the Caribbean and The Pacifier.
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    Mary Poppins hands down!

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    Remember the Titans
    Mighty Ducks 1-3
    League of their own

    (notice all sports flicks)

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    You forgot Angels in the Outfield (so did I--one of my all time favorites--in fact, I haven't ever seen a Disney movie that I didn't like! Except for Home on the Range.)
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    I know it is really Touchstone but I loved Tombstone and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
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