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The best classic Disney movies
20 - The Aristocats (1970)
Let's face it, who doesn't love an all-singing, all-dancing cat?
The Aristocats is packed with feel-good songs, but given our current internet obsession with moggies, maybe the film would have been even more popular if it had been released in modern times?
The list is nice, but I think it would have been good if MSN explained why they put them in thoese positions.
I have grown up with Disney and I have always admired them when they made films which were a little contraveral, or when they put good life messages in them.
Some classics would be the Savages song from Pocahontas, in which both the colonists and the native Americans showed their fear and ignorance of each other in a song which was effectivly about racisim, which I would reguard as the best Disney song of all time becasue it shows us why we fear other people for being diffrent and how one person and show us that we need not hate each other. It has a great message.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame I would rate as my favourite Disney film of all time becasue it was rather dark, and with a villiam who wanted to eradicate a race of people just becasue they were diffrent. Again, a rather touchy subject but a great film.
Mulan was also great, showing the horrors of war as well as a woman fighting back aginst a male-domniated China, which was very strong during the Han Dynasty.
I've always thought that Disney should be respected for these old films which had important messages in them. Sadly, they don't seem to do these anymore, and just stick of family entertainment. Good films, but rather watered down.
Classic Walt Disney films: I was disappointed that my favourite Disney full length cartoon film didn't make your top 20. 'The Three Caballeros' with Panchito, the Mexican rooster and José, the quiet Brazilian parrot took Donald Duck on a 'fantasian' tour of Latin America to celebrate Donald's birthday. It was a wonderful mixture of real live action and cartoons with some happy music to match. I saw the film at a cinema in 1946 as an 8 year old boy and enjoyed it so much that I bought a book on the Spanish language (Portuguese was too hard) which I still have and read from it even now.
¡Vivan los tres caballeros!
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