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I guess if pushed, I'd go with Snow White And The Seven Dwarves, because it inspired the stupendous visuals of Suspiria.
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Dec 21st 2010, 8:03
in number 25 Ariel looks annorexic. Is there a lack of food under da sea
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Dec 21st 2010, 17:40
My peronsal favourite is Sword in the Stone, I love the duel between Merlin and Madam Mim, beat that, J.K!
Dec 22nd 2010, 3:47
Wasn't 101 DALMATIONS from the 1960s? They probably put in the year for the live action version.
Dec 22nd 2010, 16:32
I always remember Fantasia for its striking images. My personal favourite
Jan 1st 2011, 16:20
My dad, Andy Engman, was a Disney animator (among other things) from 1937 to 1972. I grew up on all the classic feature films, live and animated, and all the great short cartoons, brought home and played on our 16mm projector for my family and our friends.
I think Pinnochio was one of my personal favorites, although Dumbo was up there. It's hard to pick, because they were like my childhood friends that kept visiting me from birth until my teens.
In any case, I guess I'm a 'Classic Disney' guy. For new stuff, Toy story was amazing, TS II was great. Haven't seen TS3 yet...maybe I need an excuse to show it to the kids in my early childhood special ed class...
Jan 1st 2011, 16:31
RE:Ceri Thomas (Freelance Contributor) The Jungle Book (1973) - Phil Harris was the voice of Ballou the bear, not Phil Davies. Just sayin'...
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