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as a child or even now, what are/were your favourite Disney films?
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I don't like Disney Pixar stuff, well I like it but I don't like associating it with Disney.
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I have no recollection of mentioning you to her.
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im off to read
The Jungle Book
Alice In Wonderland
I still love both of these today. There's a lot of darkness for kids films!
what are you least favourite?
That's about it, really
The Lion King
The Jungle Book
(I love the animal ones basically)
Fantasia is amazing, but terrifying to watch as a child (just the end really with the weird thing on the mountain).
Least favourites from what I've seen would really just be Sleeping Beauty, possibly because I first saw it when I was 16 but barely anything happened at all.
IN YOUR RETARDED FACES, CREATIONISTS
i made the mistake of downloading the song that plays when dumbos mum is stroking him from inside the cage :'(
god it made me cry :(
listening to the dumbo lullaby now i think that they indicate how old some the films are better than the animation does.
it was on tv at christmas or something.
I haven't seen a proper disney films in years though.
at least not all the way through.
I think was a pretty deprived child.
I haven't seen Cinderella either :(
as is Peter Pan, Jungle Book and Lady and the Tramp.
Also good is this album...
I forgot that.
I haven't seen it in years, why did I give away my video to my little cousin? Why!?
I never liked the fairy-tale ones much. Things about princesses and the like, yawn.
Baby mine, don't you cry
Baby mine, dry your eyes
Rest your head close to my heart
Never to part, baby of mine
Little one when you play
Don't you mind what you say
Let those eyes sparkle and shine
Never a tear, baby of mine
If they knew sweet little you
They'd end up loving you too
All those same people who scold you
What they'd give just for
The right to hold you
From your head to your toes
You're not much, goodness knows
But you're so precious to me
Cute as can be, baby of mine
:' ( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
"..and a knob.
Twists don't it?
Yeah! Twisted right orf"
I like its message, all you need to find true love is to imprison a girl and build a snowman, and that although true beauty lies within outer beauty is also preferable so he turns into a handsome prince at the end, none of this shrek nonsense giving impressionable kids the false hope that uly people can find happiness.
I can only imagine how great The Jungle Book would have been if the original storyboards hadn't been rejected for being "too dark". Kind of the epitome of Disney really - great craftsmen working at a crappy company.
and sword in/and the stone
the dali disney thing on at the tate at the moment is well good
Thanks to Disney there are millions of kids who are now firmly of the opinion that Robin Hood was a cartoon fox with an American accent!
Anyone over the age of 12 who has an opinion on Disney films should be forced to sign the Sex Offenders Register with immediate effect.
The Lion King, in case you're wondering.
and attempting to entice children to accompany you in order that you may visit some puppies which turn out to be conveniently located in your pants a sex crime? Hey? Answer me that!
Corporation actively pursues children with their kids television channels, theme parks, McDonalds tie-in meals, cross marketing with toy companies, cuddly mermaids, etc?!
Sickos, the lot of them.
is ace. Ive spent many a drunken night singing 'not in nottingham' with some even more wasted friends in a dingy dunkirk pub.
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