Cars, to me, still isn't a Disney film. Even with the purchase, it's still Pixar making the films and Disney's promotion machine marketing them.
Peter Pan, Mary Poppins, POTC 1
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Anything from the 90's, and Dumbo.
That is tough but I'll always have a soft spot for Beauty and the Beast and the Fantasias.
Gotta love a duck in uniform.
My all time one is "Snow White" I just love her!!!
I also love a ton of others, Toy Story, Monsters Inc.,
Tangled, Lion King, Pocahontas, Mulan, Nemo, Ariel (forgot the movie name) darn it...Can you tell I love Disney or what
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I watched “Cinderella” when I was 8 years old and I loved that story because she is so calm and pretty also I used to pretend as a Cinderella from the day I watched the movie.
The Lion King for me followed by Aladdin :-)
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That is a difficult question. I would have to say Toy Story because it felt like I was growing up with Andy seeing as I grew up as the movies came out. Toy Story 3 was one of the last movies I watched before I moved from Denver to Orlando and as I was packing my stuff up, I found a box of very old toys I played with when I was just a young boy. Those toys brought back so many wonderful memories. I totally forgot about them until I found the box. Toy Story will always be extra special to me.
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