Top 10 disney movies of all time

Top 10 Disney movies of all time:

1.      Robin Hood

Year: 1973
Rating: G
Runtime: 83
Cast: Voices by Brian Bedford, Phil Harris, Peter Ustinov, Terry-The

Movie plot:Story of the legendary Robin Hood and his mission to help the poor comes to life in cartoon form with some lovable forest friends in Disney’s Robin Hood movie. Sherwood Forest buzzes with activity as Robin the fox and Little John the bear battle the evil sheriff and Prince John with Sir Hiss the snake caught in the middle. This is funny, happy, enjoyable entertainment for families of all ages.

 

2.      Mulan

Year: 1998
Rating: G
Runtime: 88
Cast: Miguel Ferrer, Harvey Fierstein, Freda Foh Shen, June Foray

Movie plot:Mulan grew up in a traditional Chinese family where few things are more important than pride and loyalty to family. When her frail father is called upon to join the Army, Mulan disguises herself and takes his place in battle. When she finds herself falling in love with her commander, the pressure mounts to maintain her cover and preserve her identity.

Top 10 Disney Movies Of All Time

 

3.      Song of the South

Year: 1946
Rating: G
Runtime: 94
Cast: Ruth Warrick, Bobby Driscoll, James Baskett, Luana Patten

Movie plot:Song of the South is a 1946 Disney film adapted from the series of Uncle Remus tales by Joel Chandler Harris. The film is both live-action and animation, with the animation sequences frequently shown independently in both theaters and on the Disney television program.

4.      Mary Poppins

Year: 1964
Rating: G
Runtime: 139
Cast: Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns

Movie plot:Movie that taught us “a spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down,” begins with the original super nanny, Mary Poppins, meeting the Banks family. With the help of her magical umbrella, her unending zeal for life, and some new friends like the klutzy chimneysweeper, Mary Poppins shows the family a mesmerizing, enchanting view of the world they’d never seen. From melodies that won’t leave the mind, to fairy tale ideas of everyday things, to unforgottable tongue twisters like supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Mary Poppins transforms the ordinary into extraordinary for everyone she meets.

5.       Lady and the Tramp

Year: 1955
Rating: G
Runtime: 76
Cast: Voices by Peggy Lee, Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, Bill Thompson

Movie plot:When uptown Lady, a well manicured Cocker Spaniel from an affluent family met a downtown mutt called The Tramp, it was canine love at first sight. From sharing spaghetti in the epitome of romantic dinners to dreamy walks through the streets, Lady and The Tramp were inseparable, love-sick puppies on an incredible adventure.

6.      Lion King, The

Year: 1994
Rating: G
Runtime: 89
Cast: Jonathan Taylor Thomas(voice), Matthew Broderick(voice), James Earl Jones(voice), Jeremy Irons(voice)

Movie plot:One of the biggest-grossing animated films of all-time, and with a celebrated musical score from Elton John, Tim Rice and Hans Zimmer, Disney’s 1994 family musical The Lion King continues (and no doubt will do so eternally) to enchant and entertain audiences.

7.       Aladdin

Year: 1992
Rating: G
Runtime: 90
Cast: Scott Weinger, Robin Williams, Linda Larkin, Jonathan Freeman

Movie plot:The 1992 Disney animated film, Aladdin, is adapted from the Arabian classic folktale, Aladdin and the One Thousand and One Nights, continuing the series of Walt Disney Animated Classics.
This version is generally faithful to the original story, however, improvisation and modernization serve to create a more contemporary “feel.” The animation, as to be expected, is superb.
The street-smart Aladdin and his pet monkey are regulars along the city streets, but when by chance they encounter Princess Jasmine, things begin to change. Looked upon unfavorably by the Sultan’s top henchman, the evil Jafar, Aladdin winds up tossed in jail, subsequently finding himself in the middle of Jafar’s plot to take over the kingdom with the aid of a magic lamp.
Providing the voices for the film are such notables as Robin Williams (who also narrates), Scott Weinger, Linda Larkin, Gilbert Gottfried and Frank Welker. The celebrated animation team of Ron Clements and John Musker both produced and directed.

Top 10 Disney Movies Of All Time

 

8.     Beauty and the Beast

Year: 1991
Rating: G
Runtime: 84
Cast: Voices by Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson and Richard White

Movie plot:One of Disney’s most highly anticipated animated films, 1991’s Beauty and the Beast didn’t disappoint, with both viewers and critics practically falling over themselves to shower kudos on the production.
The timeless fairy tale about a young prince transformed into an ugly beast after turning away an elderly beggar woman who in reality is an enchantress, is told beautifully, and as to be expected, the animation, music and special effects are nearly flawless.
Spot-on casting of voices for the unforgettable characters includes Paige O’Hara as Belle, Robby Benson as Prince Adam/The Beast, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers and Angela Lansbury.
Beauty and the Beast received six Academy Award nominations and won two, for Best Original Score (Alan Menken) and Best Original Song (Menken and Howard Ashman).
The popularity and success of Beauty and the Beast led to a Broadway stage production in 1994, which subsequently enjoyed a run of 13 years and over 5,000 performances.

9.      Toy Story

Year: 1995
Rating: G
Runtime: 85
Cast: Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger

Movie plot: The first production from Walt Disney Pictures’ Pixar Studios is the ground-breaking computer-animated Toy Story. The film was the first feature film to fully utilize CGI (Computer Generated Imagery), and is nearly unanimously hailed as the benchmark film for animation.
Aside from being technically revolutionary, Toy Story features a virtual “Who’s Who” of contributors, from executive producer Steve Jobs, director John Lasseter, music by Randy Newman, and voicings by such iconic performers as Tom Hanks, Don Rickles, Tim Allen and Jim Varney. The film also introduces such unforgettable characters as Buzz Lightyear, Woody and Mr. Potato Head.
The critical and box-office success of Toy Story spawned a nearly endless legacy of two sequels, merchandising tie-ins, video games and theme park attractions, not to mention the impact on the film industry itself in terms of what CGI was capable of.
Toy Story’s dazzling graphics and timeless characters are a treat for all ages.

 

10. Finding Nemo

Year: 2003
Rating: G
Runtime: 100
Cast: Voices by Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe

Movie plot: Father and son team Marlin and Nemo are separated when a Scuba diver snags Nemo and takes him away to live in an aquarium in a dentist’s office. Father and son frantically plot ways to reunite, but time isn’t on their side. If Nemo doesn’t find a way out soon, he may never see his father again!

 

Top 10 Disney Movies Of All Time

 

 

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