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View Poll Results: What is your favourite Disney film?
Snow White 5 1.50%
Cinderella 11 3.29%
Pinnochio 3 0.90%
Bambi 8 2.40%
Dumbo 9 2.69%
Alice in Wonderland 35 10.48%
Peter Pan 15 4.49%
Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 0.60%
Sleeping Beauty 18 5.39%
101 Dalmations 12 3.59%
The Jungle Book 5 1.50%
Pocahontas 7 2.10%
Hercules 4 1.20%
Mulan 13 3.89%
Tarzan 1 0.30%
Aladdin 25 7.49%
Beauty and the Beast 45 13.47%
The Little Mermaid 55 16.47%
The Lion King 38 11.38%
Other (please specify) 23 6.89%
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14-12-2004
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The Little Mermaid

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14-12-2004
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Aladdin, but I love The little mermaid too because it's the first film I watched in my life, I was 3 and liked it a lot and I had a magnific doll of Ariel!

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Sleeping Beauty was always a bit too scary for me. I thought Aurora was beautiful, but the villain is just...creeeepy.
Oh, she totally is... I did watch it when I was a bit older though.

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I thought Lady and the Tramp & The Fox and the Hound were really sad. I hated the part in Lady and the Tramp where they are in the dog shelter thingy and the doggies are all crying because they're about to be killed.
Awww- do you remember the Sword in the Stone? I cannot bear to watch that movie at all, even now. That poor, sad lady squirrel... *sobs*

By the way, I found this quite interesting. In that scene in the pound from the Lady and the Tramp, the singing female dog was voiced by Peggy Lee. She was a jazz singer/ actress who died just this year.


I think she looks a bit like her "dog," eh?


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14-12-2004
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peter pan...it's brilliant i was obsessed w/ neverland as a little girl

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sword and the stone
sleeping beauty...beautiful
robin hood is no doubt the funniest :p

btw this is meowmix...i've lost my name

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By the way, I found this quite interesting. In that scene in the pound from the Lady and the Tramp, the singing female dog was voiced by Peggy Lee. She was a jazz singer/ actress who died just this year.


I think she looks a bit like her "dog," eh?
Oh! She totally does.
That doggie also reminded me of Goldie Hawn for some reason. Don't ask.

Speaking of voice-overists, I always thought Ariel had the most magical voice. That would be Jodi Benson. She also did the voice for Thumbelina (non Disney).

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14-12-2004
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omg i remember that movie! with those frogs..

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14-12-2004
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Mine is definetly Aladin! I seriously love that movie!

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as a kid, I loved The Lion King but now my favorite is Alice in Wonderland, simply because it's a little less childish and more entertaining.

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The Little Mermaid and mainly because I could identify with Ariel even from a very young age. My parents were very old fashioned and Greek trying to raise their two daughters as if they still lived in some small greek village. They would give us anything and everything money could buy but they wouldn't want to give us our *freedom* and heaven forbid we fall in love with a non-greek! Just like Ariel's dad!

I totally understood Ariel and that is why that movie has a special place in my heart!

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i LOVED Alice in Wonderland.

I still watch it sometimes. But B&B, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty and Lady and the Tramp are also faves!

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mickey mouse's debut. i love mickey m!!!!

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I've always loved Bambi.

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The greatest is Beauty & the Beast, and one of my faves including Sleeping Beauty, Alice in Wonderland and The Little Mermaid and Aladdin.

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I still watch Disney films, love them. I was having this conversation with my friends last week and my favourites are-

1st place- Lion King-I love the romance between Nala and Simba and the death of Mufasa is so emotional. I thought Simba was cute when I was little too, which is quite weird...

2nd place- Beauty and the Beast-the gorgeous yellow dress and red cape, the romance, the singing teapot and so on.

3rd place- Pocahuntas-even though John Smith is the least attractive Disney guy ever, Pocahuntas stands up for what she believes in and is pretty + sings great songs too.

Also love Mulan, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella.

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Peter Pan Neverland was the most incredible concept to me as a child - it still is, actually

Alice in Wonderland & The Lion King were also favourites of mine, lol tough choices :p Great topic twilight_fairy

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