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    Whats your favorite Disney Movie?

    I'm bored so I decided to ask everyone, what is your favorite Disney movie.
    My favorite is Mulan, its a great movie and the scene with the huns is awesome.

    Plus Mushu rocks!!!!!

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    I like Atlantis. I'ma big fan of the Atlantis myth, and their own version of it was pretty cool. But I pretty much like any Disney movie.

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    I'm not really a Disney fan, but I do like their version of Robin Hood.
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    Probably "The Lion King"

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    fantasia was ok. but as for a good actual cartoon film, probably obin hood.
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    Aladdin (the first one)
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    The Lion King, without a doubt. It has been since I first saw it.
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    Probably 'Treasure Planet'. The music was great, and the sci-fi aspect gave an interesting angle on the old story.
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    I like Fantasia 2000 and Pirates of The Carribean.
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    THe Lizzie McGuire Movie. j/k

    Lion King.
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    The Lion King and The Fox and the Hound (love your icon, Lyrian Aryns ). Robin Hood was really good, too. My brother taped over my version for a Friends episode.

    Atlantis wasn't bad either.
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    You mean animated Disney movie right? Aladdin
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    This is a trickey one, it would have to be a tie between Oliver & Company, The Lion King I and II, Brother Bear, Pirates of the Carribean, Fox and the Hound, and Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure.
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    Aladdin. It's funny, it's well animated, it's got good characters, it's got an interesting story, and the music is good, too. The only problem is that Genie's references are extremely dated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slagar the Cruel
    Aladdin. It's funny, it's well animated, it's got good characters, it's got an interesting story, and the music is good, too. The only problem is that Genie's references are extremely dated.
    Really how so, I thought the whole movie was rather good. Especially since they got Robin Williams to play Genie.
    Sometimes I here through the night,
    Dreaming of those far-flung days.
    I'll gaze into the fire's warm light,
    As if into sunlit haze.
    And here they come, those comrades mine,
    Laughing, happy, brave to see,
    Untarished by the dust of time,
    Forever fresh in memory.
    The way we march, the feast so grand,
    I'll tell you of them all,
    From Salamandastron's west strand,
    And north up to Redwall.
    Of the high adventures each new dawn,
    As side by side we stood in war,
    This tale is told that you may learn,
    Just what true friends are for.

    The Ballad of Tammo

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