Snow White- incredibly emotional and the perfect atmospheric ending
Bambi- again, atmosphere. And I love how it somewhat ends with a bittersweet note (the Great Prince leaves, passing the torch to Bambi, suggesting that maybe he'll die), it even suggests that maybe the two fawns will live the same story of their father. I love that it ends how it began- much better than in the Lion King.
Ichabod and Mister Toad- the reprise of the Headless Horseman is used brilliantly.
The Jungle Book: I liked it mostly used when comparing it to what was happening in Disney at the moment. Walt died, and the film sorta carries this "melancholic" mood at times, so I rather like its "well, that's life" ending.
Winnie the Pooh: very sweet and emotional. I like how calm it is in comparision to other Disney endings.
The Rescuers/Rescuers Down Under- I love how both endings somewhat mirror each other: flying among the skies, and Bernard and Bianca having a touching moment. "Tomorrow is another day" is a very sweet song, too.
Fox and the Hound: perfect. I think the voice-over does it for me.
The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast
Pocahontas: if anything for the instrumental
Atlantis: It begins with the ending of a Queen's reign and the film ends with the start of another one. Nice comparison.
Wreck it Ralph: Mostly Ralph's final lines. "If I can make that little girl happy, then I can't be much of a bad guy"
TBH Disney's pretty good with endings. Though the ones I didn't like were:
-Tangled: it just didn't feel "emotional" enough. The stuff with Flynn returning to life was good, and so was the reunion with the parents, the last part of the narration was dumb though.
-Mulan: so, a date and party like it's 1998, sooo typical of ancient China.
-Emperor's New Groove: the stuff with the squirrel ruins it and i think it drags the ending.