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  • Daniel B.
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    Of the first 8 films that Walt Disney Animation Studios created after the death of Walt Disney himself, which is your favourite?

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, not even close.

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    KyleBailey
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    I wouldn’t say it is the most underrated Disney movie because it is popular it isn’t just remembered as much as others but that movie would be The Aristocats. I also love The Black Cauldron but not as much 

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    Entertain-me
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    1. The Fox and the Hound
    2. The Rescuers
    3. The Great Mouse Detective
    4. Robin Hood
    5. The Black Cauldron
    6. The Aristocrats
    7. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
    8. Oliver & Company 

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    RobertoTerra
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    1. The Aristocrats
    2. Robin Hood
    3. The Rescuers
    4. The Black Cauldron
    5. The Fox and the Hound

    Didn’t watch the rest

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    ETPhoneHome
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    These are the ones I watched a lot in childhood, and I loved the Aristocats, Winnie the Pooh, and Robin Hood. Robin Hood just has a terrible villain, truly pathetic. That’s why I would say the Aristocats.

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    Daniel B.
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    These are the ones I watched a lot in childhood, and I loved the Aristocats, Winnie the Pooh, and Robin Hood. Robin Hood just has a terrible villain, truly pathetic. That’s why I would say the Aristocats.

    Wow! I love Prince John! One of my favourite Disney villains. Perhaps partially because of how pathetic he is.

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    babypook
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    This is so hard! I love all of them!

    I guess I’ll throw a dart and choose one I dont think will get many votes.

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    Baby Clyde
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    The Rescuers and The Aristocats are my childhood.

    Will maybe go for the later cos of the amazing songs.

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    Daniel B.
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    here is how I would rank them:

    1. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
    2. Robin Hood
    3. The Great Mouse Detective
    4. The Aristocats
    5. The Fox and the Hound
    6. The Rescuers
    7. Oliver & Company

    haven’t seen: The Black Cauldron

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    KT
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    You gotta see The Black Cauldron.  The mythology of that one, its world, was fascinating…plus it was a real risk for Disney to make, considering it was so dark and they wanted to distance themselves from the final result.  It’s both eerie and uncanny.  I wanted to revisit it a few years ago and watched it on YouTube, not sure if it’s still there.

    In this list, Robin Hood was the most fun.  And Fox and the Hound the most emotional.  Black Cauldron the most interesting from an animation and production standpoint.  I need to see Great Mouse Detective.

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    Daniel B.
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    You gotta see The Black Cauldron.  The mythology of that one, its world, was fascinating…plus it was a real risk for Disney to make, considering it was so dark and they wanted to distance themselves from the final result.  It’s both eerie and uncanny.  I wanted to revisit it a few years ago and watched it on YouTube, not sure if it’s still there.

    In this list, Robin Hood was the most fun.  And Fox and the Hound the most emotional.  Black Cauldron the most interesting from an animation and production standpoint.  I need to see Great Mouse Detective.

    I do plan to see The Black Cauldron 🙂 Thanks for the recommendation!
    I agree with your brief descriptions of Robin Hood and The Fox and the Hound. I highly recommend The Great Mouse Detective. I think it’s one of Disney’s most overlooked. Also fun and entertaining. 

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    Laactingnyc
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    Winnie the Pooh

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    JayDF
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    My favorites here are almost soley based pn the voice talents involved…Robin Hood with Carole Shelley & Peter Ustinov, The Rescuers with Gerladine Page & Bob Newhart, Oliver & Company with Bette Midler, The Fox and the Hound with Peral Bailey.

    Robin Hood is the most fun for sure…I’ll go with that one. 

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