View Poll Results: What's your favorite disney movie?

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  • The Little Mermaid

    16 33.33%
  • Sleeping Beauty

    2 4.17%
  • The Lion King

    10 20.83%
  • Aladdin

    4 8.33%
  • Beauty and the beast

    11 22.92%
  • Robin Hood

    2 4.17%
  • Snow White

    5 10.42%
  • Peter Pan

    4 8.33%
  • Cinderella

    4 8.33%
  • Dumbo

    1 2.08%
  • Brother Bear

    1 2.08%
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Thread: What's the best old-school animated Disney film in your opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    Computer animation still counts when you're talking about animated films.

    Yeah, but that's not the type of animation I'm talking bout. Hence, the list choices.

    Damn, I forgot about Alice in wonderland.

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    101 Dalmations
    Lady and the Tramp
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    No Pinocchio in the poll?!
    That and the Fox and the Hound, Dumbo and Bambi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixiebelle View Post
    101 Dalmations
    Lady and the Tramp
    Quote Originally Posted by B.C. View Post
    No Pinocchio in the poll?!
    That and the Fox and the Hound, Dumbo and Bambi.

    D'oh! I forgot pinocchio, 101 dalmations, lady and the tramp, fox and the hound. Dumbo is on the list though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllieCat View Post
    Yeah, but that's not the type of animation I'm talking bout. Hence, the list choices.

    Damn, I forgot about Alice in wonderland.
    Not to make a big issue out of it, but your thread title said best animated Disney film, so that covers ALL animated Disney films, not just the ones you mentioned. But it's all good, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    Not to make a big issue out of it, but your thread title said best animated Disney film, so that covers ALL animated Disney films, not just the ones you mentioned. But it's all good, though.
    I know but "What's your favorite old school animation (no computer graphics) Disney film?" didn't have much ring to it.

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    Beauty and the Beast and Robin Hood. Had SUCH a crush on the fox Robin as a little girl, its a wonder I didn't turn out to be a furry as an adult 0.o
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllieCat View Post
    I know but "What's your favorite old school animation (no computer graphics) Disney film?" didn't have much ring to it.
    You have to be more creative. Say 'What's your favorite non-CGI, non-computer animated Disney film that instills wholesome pro-American family values that please ignorant Hockey Moms.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    You have to be more creative. Say 'What's your favorite non-CGI, non-computer animated Disney film that instills wholesome pro-American family values that please ignorant Hockey Moms.'



    Damn it! I didn't think of that! But yeah I should have added "non-CGI", but couldn't think of that shorter way to say "non computer graphics".

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllieCat View Post
    D'oh! I forgot pinocchio, 101 dalmations, lady and the tramp, fox and the hound. Dumbo is on the list though.
    They are my favorites so I thought of them. I saw Pinocchio at the drive in many moons ago! I was scared when Pinocchio was turning into a donkey! I always think of Jiminy Cricket telling Pinnocchio to buck up! Well, I think he did, it's been a long time since I've seen it. I have my favorite lines from all of them.

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    I still love love love Beauty and the Beast, I think it's a masterpiece. But Peter Pan, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid and The Fox and the Hound are all favourites too. I agree that The Lion King was excellent, but it's not one I really enjoy rewatching.
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    ^^^Yeah..I can watch Beauty and the Beast, Robin Hood or Aladdin once a year and still enjoy them, but Lion King was kind of a one time thing for me, too

    (Feared that I saw that movie on opening night on a date, heh)
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    Beauty and the Beast will always be a favorite for me, it was the first movie I saw more than once in theaters, and there are very few movies since that I have done that for. I made my dad take me to see it 2 weeks in a row when it came out (I was something like 7 or 8).

    Lion King is a favorite too, I tend to consider it the end of Disney's good era-at least for their hand drawn animation. Their stuff with Pixar is a different category for me.

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    In terms of storyline and quality "old fashioned" animation then The Little Mermaid is my fave. Once we get into the Pixar-type stuff I'd probably pick Robots.
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    ^Beauty and the Beast is like the worst of all of them

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