Saturday, 28 April 2012

Disney's Biggest Classical Animated Films

Walt Disney's most successful movies (adjusted for inflation) from the golden era of classical animation.

1. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937)  The first and still the biggest of Disney's animated films. Won a special achievement Oscar consisting of one regular size statue and seven smaller ones.

2. 101 Dalmatians (1961) This movie contains one of the greatest villains in film history: Cruella De Vil.

3. The Lion King (1994) The most successful of the newer era Disney animated films. Songs by Elton John.

4. Fantasia (1941) Not a big hit when it was released in 1941, it is now considered the best animated film.

5. The Jungle Book (1967) The last film produced by Walt Disney himself

6. Sleeping Beauty (1959) Sleeping Beauty's castle has since become a symbol of the Walt Disney company.

7. Pinocchio (1940) Won the Academy Award for best song for "When You Wish Upon A Star".

8. Bambi (1942) Walt Disney's most emotional work.

9. Lady And The Tramp (1955) An animated love story based on an Original idea from the Disney studios.

10. Aladdin (1992) By casting Robin Williams as the voice of the genie, Disney started the trend of using famous actors in their animated films.

11. Peter Pan (1953) Based on a play by J.M. Barrie. Michael Jackson's favorite movie, he named his home Neverland Ranch.

12. Beauty And The Beast (1991) The only Disney animated film ever to be nominated for a best picture Oscar.

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