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 Post subject: Disney's November movies
PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:15 am 
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Since 1988, Walt Disney Pictures has released at least one movie in November each year, usually right before Thanksgiving. What are your favorites?

2014--Big Hero 6
2013--Frozen, Thor: The Dark World
2012--Wreck-It Ralph
2011--The Muppets
2010--Tangled
2009--A Christmas Carol, Old Dogs
2008--Bolt
2007--Enchanted
2006--The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
2005--Chicken Little
2004--The Incredibles, National Treasure
2003--Brother Bear, The Haunted Mansion
2002--The Santa Clause 2, Treasure Planet
2001--Monsters Inc.
2000--102 Dalmatians
1999--Toy Story 2
1998--A Bug's Life
1997--Flubber
1996--101 Dalmatians
1995--Toy Story
1994--The Santa Clause
1993--The Three Musketeers
1992--Aladdin
1991--Beauty and the Beast
1990--The Rescuers Down Under
1989--The Little Mermaid
1988--Oliver and Company

Other notable November movies:
1977--Pete's Dragon
1973--Robin Hood
1967--The Happiest Millionaire
1963--The Incredible Journey
1946--Song of the South
1940--Fantasia


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I was thinking about this very topic last week and trying to remember their Thanksgiving week release. My favorites would have to be The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., and Enchanted. I'm hopeful that The Muppets will join them!

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Mine would be the Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, the Santa Clause, 101 Dalmatians, Treasure Planet, Brother Bear, National Treasure, Santa Clause 3, Enchanted, Bolt, Old Dogs, Tangled and hopefully, like Luke, the Muppets. The Muppets, however for us is a January release, unless I can get into an advanced screening (meant for children, but no harm in asking (when I remember).

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The Incredibles was also released in November just closer to the beginning of the month. I still associate it with November and watch it every Thanksgiving while the rest of my family watched NFL (which I don't really care for).

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Well, DUH ... Old Dogs obviously!


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My favourites are Fantasia, the Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and Monsters' Inc.

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2010--Tangled
2008--Bolt
2007--Enchanted
2002--Treasure Planet
2001--Monsters Inc.
1993--The Three Musketeers
1992--Aladdin
1991--Beauty and the Beast
1989--The Little Mermaid

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Brer Brandon wrote:
The Incredibles was also released in November just closer to the beginning of the month. I still associate it with November and watch it every Thanksgiving while the rest of my family watched NFL (which I don't really care for).


Good catch. I realized I missed that one after I typed it and had gone to work. Updated now.


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Great topic. These are my top picks for my favorite Thanksgiving Disney film. And my basis is not just the film, but the how the film fit in with the Holiday season and just my memories and how fond they were of the film at that time or if I even saw it in theaters.

2010--Tangled
2007--Enchanted
2004--The Incredibles, National Treasure
2001--Monsters Inc.
1999--Toy Story 2
1998--A Bug's Life
1997--Flubber
1995--Toy Story
1994--The Santa Clause
1992--Aladdin
1991--Beauty and the Beast
1990--The Rescuers Down Under
1989--The Little Mermaid
1988--Oliver and Company

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1989 - The Little Mermaid
1991 - Beauty and the Beast
1992 - Aladdin


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2010--Tangled
2008--Bolt
2004--The Incredibles
2002--Treasure Planet
1999--Toy Story 2
1998--A Bug's Life
1995--Toy Story
1991--Beauty and the Beast
1988--Oliver and Company

It’s kind of a lot, but I’m proud to say I saw them all in theatres, except Oliver and Company (because I wasn’t born) and Treasure Planet (which I wanted to see, but my parents weren’t interested). I try to make it every year to see their Thanksgiving release, since a lot of the time, it’s their best of the year. My all time favorite Thanksgiving releases would have to be Toy Story and TS2, because I remember going to see them as a girl's day out to the theatre with my mom, sister, and aunt.


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Updated for 2012.


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2004--The Incredibles
2001--Monsters Inc.
1999--Toy Story 2
1995--Toy Story
1992--Aladdin

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Treasure Planet, Monsters Inc., Toy Story 2, Toy Story, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and of course The Little Mermaid. :P

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1973- Robin Hood
1989- The Little Mermaid
1992- Aladdin
2010- Tangled


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My favorites are Fantasia, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Enchanted, Tangled and Frozen.

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