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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 5:31 am 
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I was searching for this topic but couldn't find. Sorry if I just was blind. :)
Anyway. I would like to know which Disney animation movies you have in your top 10 list? Below is mine. :P

1. The Lion King
2. Beauty and the Beast
3. Dumbo
4. Bambi
5. Brother Bear (I'm so waiting this to be released on DVD here. :) )
6. Cinderella
7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
8. Lady and the Tramp
9. The Little Mermaid
10.Snow White

Do you have any Disney movies you don't like so much? Well, let us know! :lol:

1. Cinderella II - Dreams Come True
2. Hunchback of Notre Dame II
3. Pocahontas


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 6:24 am 
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1. Little Mermaid
2. Alice in Wonderland
3. Sleeping Beauty
4. Lion King
5. Beauty and the Beast
6. Cinderella
7. Peter Pan
8. Aladdin
9. Mulan
10. Brother Bear

Little Mermaid has always and will always be my favorite movie ever!!!


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 6:53 am 
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1. The Little Mermaid
2. Beauty and the Beast
3. Aladdin
4. The Lion King
5. Cinderella
6. Sleeping Beauty
7. Pocahontas
8. Peter Pan
9. Tarzan
10. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 7:06 am 
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In this thread, nearly 100 people listed their Top 20 or so:

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/forum/vie ... php?t=1715

The results were then featured in our Animated Classics countdown:

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/countdown/


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 8:34 am 
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Luke wrote:
In this thread, nearly 100 people listed their Top 20 or so:

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/forum/vie ... php?t=1715

The results were then featured in our Animated Classics countdown:

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/countdown/


Oh, okey! Sorry I didn't find that topic! :cry:


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 11:38 am 
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Luke wrote:
In this thread, nearly 100 people listed their Top 20 or so:

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/forum/vie ... php?t=1715

The results were then featured in our Animated Classics countdown:

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/countdown/


Ever think of having another contest and posting the results of that contest, and an average of the 1st and 2nd contest. I can't help but think that the results of the first contest were skewed by recently released Disney DVD's and movies going OOP. For example, does the fact that Sleeping Beauty rank 5th have more to do to the fact that the special collector's edition was released than to the quality of the movie? Is it really better than Snow White and Cinderella? Was Lilo and Stitch so special to get 15th, beating out both Dumbo and Bambi? Is Bambi really 17th place material? Another thing is that maybe we should put some kind of handicap on Little Mermaid, Beauty and Beast, Aladdin, and Lion King considering the vast majority of us grew up on these cartoons and hence are severely biased.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 1:27 pm 
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Another thing is that maybe we should put some kind of handicap on Little Mermaid, Beauty and Beast, Aladdin, and Lion King considering the vast majority of us grew up on these cartoons and hence are severely biased.


Can you imagine the generation of kids in, say, 20-30 years from now, watching "The Little Mermaid", "Beauty and the Beast", "Aladdin" and "The Lion King" and consider it old fashioned Disney? :lol: Just like we see the 50s classics today. It'd be so weird but at least I have full confidence that these 4 90s classics will keep entertaining people of all ages for a LONG, LONG, time. They're all winners.


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Slash - all opinion is a bias. If we're biased to liking those movies more, then they are in fact the ones we like more, and therefore deserve the higher vote. If that's the case (which it seems to have been), then the reason we liked them is because we grew up on them, and that's entirely legitimate. There will always be re-releases and changing minds, as well as new movies. I don't see any way of getting around that. :)

Also, HKR, the Survivor game is at the top 10 movies right now as well. :)

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My top ten+

1 Beauty and the Beast
2 Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
3 101 Dalmatians
4 Jungle Book
5 Great Mouse Detective
6 Robin Hood
7 Fantasia
8 Lion King
9 Tarzan
10 Lady and the Tramp
11 Snow White
12 Fantasia 2000
13 The Three Caballeros


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slash wrote:
Ever think of having another contest and posting the results of that contest, and an average of the 1st and 2nd contest.


Oh, we'll surely revisit it. I'm not sure how and when, but maybe this December.


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My Top Ten+ :D

1. The Lion King
2. Aladdin
3. The Little Mermaid
4. Beauty and the Beast
5. Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
6. Sleeping Beauty
7. Tarzan
8. Mulan
9. Pocahontas
10. Pinocchio
11. Cinderella
12. Peter Pan
13. Bambi
14. 101 Dalmatians
15. The Fox and the Hound
16. The Jungle Book
17. Lady and the Tramp
18. Robin Hood
19. The Rescuers Down Under
20. The Emperor's New Groove

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1.The Black Cauldron
2.Beauty and the Beast
3.Aladdin
4.The Little Mermaid
5.Alice in Wonderland
6.Tarzan
7.Mulan
8.Hercules
9.Atlantis
10.Sleeping Beauty


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1. Alice in Wonderland
2. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
3. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
4. Cinderella
5. Beauty and the Beast
6. Aladdin
7. The Little Mermaid
8. Sleeping Beauty
9. Lilo & Stitch
10. The Emperor's New Groove

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Since everyone else is . . .

1. Beauty and the Beast
2. Pinocchio
3. The Lion King
4. Peter Pan
5. The Little Mermaid
6. Dumbo
7. Aladdin
8. Sleeping Beauty
9. Alice in Wonderland
10. Cinderella


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 6:23 pm 
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Here's mine:

1. Peter Pan
2. Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh
3. The Little Mermaid
4. Pinocchio
5. The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
6. The Lion King
7. Aladdin
8. The Emperor's New Groove
9. Pocahontas
10. Bambi
11. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
12. Lady And The Tramp
13. Hercules
14. Lilo & Stitch
15. Cinderella
16. Treasure Planet
17. Sleeping Beauty
18. Tarzan
19. Robin Hood
20. Fun & Fancy Free


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 6:51 pm 
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awallaceunc wrote:
Slash - all opinion is a bias. If we're biased to liking those movies more, then they are in fact the ones we like more, and therefore deserve the higher vote. If that's the case (which it seems to have been), then the reason we liked them is because we grew up on them, and that's entirely legitimate. There will always be re-releases and changing minds, as well as new movies. I don't see any way of getting around that. :)
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Well, I wasn't so much against bias and opinions... it is just that most people visiting this forum are from the early 90's era. We are too young to be impressioned by older Disney classics and too old to be impressioned by the newer ones It would be great to get votes from people in their 30's to 90's and between the 5 and 15. However the vast majority of people here are between 15 to 25. It is very hard to call it a fari competition.


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Well, you're certainly right about that... it's very representative of the demographic for this board, but maybe not for the Disney fan base as a whole. Still, I have to take issue with this comment:

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We are too young to be impressioned by older Disney classics and too old to be impressioned by the newer ones


I think that once we start to reach this age, you start to gain an appreciation for films as a whole, as well as their historical context, and all the components on which film is appraised. The biggest problem is people not having seen certain films, I think, and not so much having grown up with them. :)

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Okay, here's mine, then. :)

1. Lilo & Stitch
2. The Rescuers Down Under
3. Fantasia 2000
4. Brother Bear
5. Bambi
6. Pocahontas
7. The Lion King
8. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
9. 101 Dalmatians
10. Aladdin

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awallaceunc wrote:
Well, you're certainly right about that... it's very representative of the demographic for this board, but maybe not for the Disney fan base as a whole. Still, I have to take issue with this comment:

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We are too young to be impressioned by older Disney classics and too old to be impressioned by the newer ones


I think that once we start to reach this age, you start to gain an appreciation for films as a whole, as well as their historical context, and all the components on which film is appraised. The biggest problem is people not having seen certain films, I think, and not so much having grown up with them. :)

-Aaron


That is true and I am able to appreciate the older and newer classics for what they are, but there is just some innocence and nostalgia associated with the ones we grew up with. They are part of our childhood and we will never be able to rank them for what they were. It's like your first crush, first heart break, first kiss, first date, first realization that you are changing... etc. You probably have run into better or worst situations in your life... but all those things that happened during your child teen years just hold such a very special place in your heart and you will always remember them to be much more than they were.


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1. Beauty and the Beast
2. The Lion king
3. Little Mermaid
4. Mulan
5. Cinderella
6. Hercules
7. Lilo & Stitch
8. Sleeping Beauty
9. Brother bear
10. Rescuers

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