What is your favorite Disney Movie?

@dloveli (4366)
United States
January 28, 2010 7:13am CST
I love all Disney Movies. Walt Disney was a genius! I remember when I was about 5 years old and I saw SNOW WHITE. What an amazing memory. I also loved the SONG OF THE SOUTH with Brair rabbit and Uncle Remus. POLLY ANNA was a good movie. If I had to pick an all time favorite, It would have to be SNOW WHITE. I remember being scared of the Wicked Queen. I loved FOX AND THE HOUND, LION KING, ALADDIN. I will say this though, I like the first Disney classics better like BAMBI, CINDERELLA, SLEEPING BEAUTY, AND LADY AND THE TRAMP. What is your favorite Disney movie? dl
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@arystine (1273)
• Philippines
28 Jan 10
My favorite is Beauty and the Beast. I saw this Disney movie when I was a child, together with my Dad and younger brother. I love the story and the music. My dad bought me the soundtrack of the movie after. I also love the theme song and its different versions. :-) This is one of my best childhood memories.
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
I loved BEAUTY AND THE BEAST! Now that was a love story. I am still hoping the my beast will turn into a handsome prince. Five years and still NOTHING!lol Ialways wanted to see the play on Broadway. THE LION KING won several awards for it's broadway play. I want to see one of them this year. I was just saying to my man that I would like to go for our anniversary in July. If its still playing. dl
11 Apr 12
Ice age is my favorite and I have watched all part of it.. http://www.access-movies.com/
@Lakota12 (42605)
• United States
28 Jan 10
Oh Bambi. adn Song of the South I would like to find a cd of that movie! Its not even been I tv that I know of and really it was a very good movie loved the animals in it!
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@Lakota12 (42605)
• United States
29 Jan 10
I am so hoping you can find it!. But I am afraid it might be under the not political correct junk! For whyhas it NEVER been shown on tv. I think they should show it. Its al the songs and the animals and every thing that make the show and Uncle REmus telling the story! I am always singing zippity do da
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
I would also like it on DVD. If you find out anything, please let me know. I am going to see if Disney's website has a contact email. If it does I am going to ask about it. I'll get back to you. Thanks for the Idea Lakota! You always are helping me. I just love ya. dl
@mgmagana (3618)
• United States
22 Feb 10
I LOVE cinderella, beauty and the beast, snow white, lion king, aladdin, and sleeping beauty...im actually trying to collect what i can on dvd and so far i have pinocchio, peter pan, sleeping beauty, bambi, aladdin, snow white, 101 dalmations, and alice in wonderland.
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@mgmagana (3618)
• United States
23 Feb 10
im actually excited about the 3D alice in wonderland they have coming out! looks interesting! My daughter loved the new one that came out The Princess and the Frog....that's definitely one i will go out and buy when it comes out next month.
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
23 Feb 10
You chose all the classics. I didnt care for alice in wonderland. I thought it was a bit much. Especially for children. Good choices though I love Disney. Walt Disney was a genius. He had a tremendous eye for success. He knew how to incorporate childrens fun with adult fun and made it a family affair. I still wish I could live at Disney World. dl
• United States
28 Jan 10
My favorites when I was child were Bambi and the Lady and the Tramp and they are still my favorites even at my old age! LOL!
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@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Old Age what? Disney movies keep you young. Your only as old as the first memories you have about watching the movies. SO that makes you what? FIVE? Come one were only as old as we feel. YOu are still a teenager for cripe's sake. Pretty soon you'll be old enough to watch other movies without a chaperone. lol You are the lost Disney Princess. It was supposed to be Princess Jasmine, Cinderella, Belle, Arielle, Snow WHite, SLeeping Beauty, WHite Heather, and so on.Happy Hunting for your prince. dl
@AmbiePam (59068)
• United States
28 Jan 10
When I was a kid I would constanly watch Pollyanna. Over and over again. My parents probably wanted to shoot the VCR. I also like A Far Off Place. It costars a very young Reese Witherspoon. Oh man, that was a good movie! If anyone has not seen it, try renting it. Surely they have it on DVD now. Reese Witherspoon almost seems ageless. As for animated Disney films, my favorite is The Little Mermaid, although Cinderella has a spot in my heart too.
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@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
I have never seen the movie A FAR OFF PLACE. I am going to blockbuster on Saturday. I will see if they have it. THanks for the recommendation. I loved Arielle. I think they have so many good characters like Flounder or Sebastian. I didnt like when they made a weekly cartoon out of them though.
@Hatley (163859)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Jan 10
hi ambiepam my best friend Nelda's son Michael worked and cut and directed the The Little Mermaid and Cinderella trailers and is now getting moved up to production.so those are special to me, I keep teasing them that someday Mike River's name is going to be up on the screen for producer of animated features or some such. He loved editing and splicing things since he was in his teens, finally went to school to learn how, and is now working in Hollywood, so he is finally recognizing a childhood dream. now to get his name in the credits, that wou ld really make his day.
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@Rallon (441)
• United States
31 Jan 10
Shrek is definitely my favorite Disney movie. The first Shrek was better than the others, but I still enjoyed them all. Come on, who can resist such lovable characters such as "donkey", "Puss in Boots", and "The Gingerbread Man"? These movies are instant classics that are not just for kids, but are humorous to all ages! If you watch Shrek and do not laugh, I suggest that you go immediately to your doctor for a checkup - your x-ray may reveal that your missing an important bone (the one that's funny) Sure, there's some fart jokes in the movie; o.k. those are a little immature and low brow, but come on, who didn't laugh at "better our than in,I always say" - Good advice as well.
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
31 Jan 10
The first SHREK was better than the others. What amazed me is how they took all the fairy tale characters and kept them in their own storys but implementede them into SHREK. That movie was created by Geniuses. Oh and yes Better out than In was hilarious. It can be OURS I guess. It is GROSS if you think about it. LMAO dl
@Rallon (441)
• United States
31 Jan 10
O.K. That's "better OUT than in" - better OUR than in is just a plain gross out!
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• United States
29 Jan 10
um..probably fantasia. that one's a bit different than their usual classics. a lot of the classics i haven't seen since '74-'76 though..
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@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Fantasia is another one I cant get into. I bet if I was to watch it now I would feel different. It's still a classic. Thanks for reminding of that one. I had completely forgotten about that one. It's amazing how many movies there really are! Disney has been responsible for many memories. dl
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• United States
1 Feb 10
i'm glad they're going back and cleaning up some of them. snow white was yellowish looking when i saw it in the 70's,and it was only about 40 years old then.
@barnkinney (1343)
• Philippines
28 Jan 10
this is a tough one, since i am a fan of disney movies. i guess, the one that would be my favorite for all time would be LILO and STITCH. yes, others might not like it because stitch is not your typical cutesy and lilo is not exactly princess material. but i guess, that's exactly what i love about this movie. it's sooo unique and original. and it talks about a not so typical family relations. sweet, close to the heart, very funny but a tear jerker. so, my vote goes to lilo and stitch! you have to watch it if you haven't yet.
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Lilo and Stitch was good because it showed how sometimes you cant help who you love. Lilo didnt care where he was from or what he was she just loved him. It was a tear jerker in some spots. I think you made a good choice. dl
@Hatley (163859)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Jan 10
hidloveli oh Song of the South by all means, I was little and that was so good, I loved the music, specially that song Zippedy Do dah, zippedy ay, plenty of sunshine going my way,I have a bluebird on my shoulder, etc. see I do remember some of the songs, It was one really great movie. I liked them all but Song of the south really stuck in my mind. Wish they would show them over again, would love that.
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@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Nice song there Hatley! I wish I could hear u sing it in person. I am hoping someone can tell me where to find that movie on DVD. Uncle remus was unforgettable. That is what a classic is. UNFORGETTABLE. Just like you us. We are unforgettable! lol dl
@wahmivy (776)
• Philippines
28 Jan 10
High School Musical, hehe. Seriously, I love the old ones like Polly Anna and the old Parent Trap (although I liked the more recent one too, but prefer not to associate the cute twins to the current Lindsay Lohan)and Mary Poppins (was that Disney?). As for the animated movies, I remember loving Beauty and the Beast more than I did The Little Mermaid. I think I also had a crush on Simba for a time because his hair was all grunge, lol.
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Good choices Wahmivy! I forgot about BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. I loved that one! Im sorry you and Simba never really got a chance to hit it off. lol. I am more of a Nemo kind of girl. dl
• United States
28 Jan 10
Lady and the Tramp was my very first love story I watched. It is my absolute favorite. I also love The Lion King. I had a cat named Simba and believe me he looked like Baby Simba. I love Bambi although the movie made me cry.
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@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
I loved Lady and the Tramp! The whole spaghetti love scene was the best! I just love BAMBI! I loved NEMO the best. With his little handicapped "fin". My husband lost his hand in an industrial accident so I used to tell him it was his special fin like NEMO. Disney movies always had a way of relating to a problem so we can use it as a lesson. DL
@olisaur (1922)
• United States
28 Jan 10
I love Disney movies, too! ^o^ I grew up watching all those classics you mentioned- its hard to pick one favorite...I guess the DIsney movies I love most are Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, Lion King and Alice in Wonderland.
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@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
The only movie I really couldnt follow was Alice in Wonderland. Peter Pan was okay. Walt Disney was a remarkable man. His family is doing a great job carrying on the legacy. dl
• Philippines
28 Jan 10
My favorite Disney movie is snow white, because i really love the love story between snow white and prince Lenard. snow white is a simple girl and she is so beautiful so prince Lenard falling in love with him.
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@mareeh (266)
• Philippines
28 Jan 10
There are a lot to choose from but I would say Aladdin. I've seen it a lot of times but I never get tired watching it. Even my older brothers watch it with me. It's very funny especially having Genie in the movie making all sorts of characters.
@dloveli (4366)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Robin Williams made ALADDIN. He made that Genie come right off the screen. I wasnt happy when he didnt do the second one, THE RETURN OF JAFAR. I know he didnt do one of them I think it was that one. dl
• Philippines
11 Feb 10
There are lots, My favorite is Toy Story, The Mighty Ducks Trilogy, Snowwhite, Sleeping Beauty, Anastasia. I am really not sure if Ratatouille is from Disney too. Mary Poppins also I like old disney movies and teh # 54 car, the car that is flying, i forgot the title. Hahahaha.
@sid556 (30960)
• United States
28 Jan 10
Hi dloveli, I have to say that I really could not pick a favorite. I remember when I was a kid Disney came on Sunday nights and we were allowed to stay up and watch it before going to bed. I loved almost all of his movies. There was kind of a magic to them. They had to be great because kids today are still enjoying those same great movies!
• United States
29 Jan 10
My favorite Disney movie is Mary Poppins. I love that movie! One of my all time favorites.
• United States
2 Feb 10
lol...I love Julie Andrews in that movie. Mary Poppins was so unconvential.
@niara25 (148)
• United States
30 Jan 10
It was Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! It's spelled right! It's all your fault, Picquarian, now I want to pop it in my dvd player and watch it.
• United States
13 Aug 10
My ultimate favorite Disney Movie is Lady and the Tramp. Now that I am older, I now realize that it was the very first romantic movie I have ever seen. I love the music in the movie and love the idea that Lady (who is a beautiful dog) falls in love with Tramp (a dog who is not as handsome). I love the Spaghetti scene where they share a plate of pasta and Tramp gives a meatball to Lady. I also love The Lion King, Sleeping Beauty, Little Mermaid and Aladin.
• United States
30 Jan 10
Well, I don't think I can pick just one Disney movie. Almost all are my favorite. I can say that I love Peter Pan. It's something about Peter pan that makes you feel so happy inside. I also think the Jungle Book and the Lion Kong are on the list. Also, beauty and a beast as a child use to be the best. However Alice in the wonderland still has my vote. Now a days, high school musical seems to be the best. I own all of those movies.
@niara25 (148)
• United States
30 Jan 10
You sound like me. It IS hard to pick just one from the many titles, especially if you own a lot of them.
@dh1811 (114)
• Australia
2 Feb 10
I have been watching disney movies since i was very little. Cant quite remember the first movie i watched. I have watched so many of them!! i think i have watched all of the ones you mentions above. The movie which i loved the most was lion king! It was a really nice movie when it first came out. Everytime i show the little ones lion king the want to watch it again. Well i guess thats how all kids are.