Top 10 Disney Animated Films ...


Disney Animated Films are classic. No matter what age you are, the odds are good that you grew up on them. You may have seen Cinderella soon after it came out or years later, thanks to VHS tapes, TV, or DVDs. Disney animated films contain their own kind of magic, a brand of happily-ever-after that may not always be realistic, but is still necessary because those films let you believe in that kind of fantasy, even if it's only for an hour and a half. There are many, many Disney movies, but some are more popular, more classic, more beloved than others, so take a look at the very top Disney animated films and see what you think.

1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Out of nine decades of Disney animated films, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the very first.

It's still one of the best, because the story is well loved and, frankly, it's like a work of art, especially for something that came out in the 1930s.

I've seen it thousands of times, and I still have trouble naming every one of the seven dwarfs, though.

Dopey, Sneezy, Bashful, Doc, Grumpy, Sleepy … who was the sixth one?

Oh yeah – Happy!

2. Fantasia

Speaking of works of art, what's better than Fantasia?

It's scary, magical, and marvelous.

Within the eight vignettes, there was something for everyone, although The Sorcerer's Apprentice is arguably the most well known.

The music was incredible in this film, and I still consider it one of the best soundtracks to any Disney film.

When it came out it did terribly, but over the years it has significantly redeemed itself, especially among adults.

3. Cinderella

Disney's version of Cinderella has always been well loved, ever since it's release in 1950.

It, too, had an iconic soundtrack – when I was a child, all of my friends, both boys and girls, knew the words to «A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes» by heart.

We all also wished desperately for a lot of little animals willing to do our housework.

Out of all the characters, Jaq and Gus were my favorites.

Sleeping Beauty
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