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#25 The Siamese Cats(Lady And The Tramp)
#24 The Queen Of Hearts(Alice In Wonderland)
#23 Pete(Every Movie au Cartoon Of Disney)
#22 Ysma(The Emperor New Groove)
#21 Edgar(The Aristocats)
#20 The Horned King(The Black Cauldron)
#19 Stromboli(Pinocchio)
#18 Chernabog(Fantasia)
#17 Shan-Yu(Mulan)
#16 Ratigan(The Great panya, kipanya Dectective)
#15 Medusa(The Rescuers)
#14 Shere Khan(The Jungle Book)
#13 Mother Gothel(Tangled)
#12 Dr.Facilier(The Princess And The Frog)
#11 Clayton(Tarzan)
#10 Gaston(Beauty And The Beast)
#9 Lady Termaine(Cinderella)
#8 Captain Hook(Peter Pan)
#7 Cruella The Vil(101 Dalmatains)
#6 The Evil Queen(Snow White And The Seven Drawfs)
#5A Frollo(The Hunkback Of Notre Dame)
#5B Hades(Hercules)
#4 Ursulla(The Little Mermaid)
#3 Scar(The Lion King)
#2 Jafar(Aladdin)
#1 Maleficent(Sleeping Beauty)
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 Antz
Antz
Antz Plot Summary

DreamWorks' spectacular comedy adventure ANTZ was croned "king of the hill" kwa audiences and critics alike, from the Academy Award – winning studio that brought wewe Shrek.

In an anthill with millions of inhabitants, Z 4195 is a worker ant. Feeling insignificant in a conformity system, he accidentally meets beautiful Princess Bala, who has a similar problem on the other end of the social scale. In order to meet her again, Z switches sides with his soldier friend Weaver - only to become a hero in the course of events. kwa this he unwillingly crosses the sinister plans of ambitious...
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posted by juniper427
We've all seen those Disney vipendwa a thousand time. But were do wewe look when wewe want something different but still animated the way wewe like it? I've made a orodha of traditionally animated sinema created kwa my four inayopendelewa Disney alternatives as well as a few of my vipendwa that don't fit into those sections.

Dreamworks is known primarily for it's CGI sinema such as Shrek but it's traditionally animated movie are not to be overlooked.

Dreamworks
The Prince of Egypt
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
The Road to El Dorado
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
Joseph: King of Dreams*

Don Bluth was one...
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posted by LisaForde
 Disney then BatB was a brilliant masterpiece among others.
Disney then BatB was a brilliant masterpiece among others.
As a child I have loved a lot of Disney sinema as they were brilliant,original,oscar worthy and the character’s were fantastic not to mention the brilliant film scores.

Here is a look at some of Disney’s best sinema from the past.

#1 Beauty & the Beast : I absolutely loved this film as I was 6 months old at the time and I recently bought this on DVD and I really enjoyed it. Here is why:

*Dealt with who wewe are as a person and that beauty comes from the inside not on the outside.

*To upendo another person.

* Brilliant score kwa Alan Menken & the late Howard Ashman RIP.

* The story was Oscar...
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Disney's Best sinema for Songs

This is an makala which sums up the results of the three Disney related songs countdowns. Each countdown was for a different "era". Here are the timezones of each era:

"Walt's Era"- 1937-1967 (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs-The Jungle Book)
"Pre-Renaissance Era"- 1970-1988 (The Aristocats-Oliver and Company)
"Renaissance Era"- 1989-1999 (The Little Mermaid-Tarzan)

Thanks to 0BleuFever0, aiemerryserius, allis143, anubis210, becca85, BKG201, ClonedPickle, cromulanfav, daralekshaw, dollyrox, DreamyGal, dustfinger, fhghu, FlightofFantasy, jinxenmoonday, KataraLover,...
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Disney's Best sinema for Songs

This is an makala which sums up the results of the three Disney related songs countdowns. Each countdown was for a different "era". Here are the timezones of each era:

"Walt's Era"- 1937-1967 (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs-The Jungle Book)
"Pre-Renaissance Era"- 1970-1988 (The Aristocats-Oliver and Company)
"Renaissance Era"- 1989-1999 (The Little Mermaid-Tarzan)

Thanks to 0BleuFever0, aiemerryserius, allis143, anubis210, becca85, BKG201, ClonedPickle, cromulanfav, daralekshaw, dollyrox, DreamyGal, dustfinger, fhghu, FlightofFantasy, jinxenmoonday, KataraLover,...
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25. The Nightmare Before Christmas
Probably one of the most twisted krisimasi sinema ever invented. Seriously? When i was little, Jack scared the crap out of me. As I've gotten older i have learned to respect the genius that is the Nightmare Before Christmas, mixing krisimasi into Halloween while subtly conveying a message about stereotypes and the damage they can do, but i will forever remember cowering in fear when Christmas/Halloween rolled around. (is it weird that the boogie man never scared me? ...thought so.)
24. Alice in Wonderland
Ive got to say it: Disney has guts. Taking...
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 #21: True To Your moyo from Mulan
#21: True To Your moyo from Mulan


 #20: Kiss The Girl from Little Mermaid
#20: Kiss The Girl from Little Mermaid


 #19: Son Of Man from Tarzan
#19: Son Of Man from Tarzan


 #18: If I Never Knew wewe from Pocahontas
#18: If I Never Knew wewe from Pocahontas


 #17: Hakuna Matata from Lion King
#17: Hakuna Matata from Lion King


 #16: I Just Can't Wait To Be King from Lion King
#16: I Just Can't Wait To Be King from Lion King


 #15: I Won't Say (I'm In Love) from Hercules
#15: I Won't Say (I'm In Love) from Hercules


 #14: Strangers Like Me & #13 Two Worlds from Tarzan
#14: Strangers Like Me & #13 Two Worlds from Tarzan


 #12: Beauty And The Beast from Beauty and the Beast
#12: Beauty And The Beast from Beauty and the Beast


 #11: Under The Sea from Little Mermaid
#11: Under The Sea from Little Mermaid


 #10: Just Around The Riverbend from Pocahontas
#10: Just Around The Riverbend from Pocahontas


 #9: Go The Distance from Hercules
#9: Go The Distance from Hercules


 #8: Can wewe Feel The upendo Tonight from Lion King
#8: Can wewe Feel The upendo Tonight from Lion King


 #7: I'll Make A Man Out Of wewe from Mulan
#7: I'll Make A Man Out Of wewe from Mulan


 #6: A Whole New World from Aladin
#6: A Whole New World from Aladdin


 #5: mduara, duara Of Life from Lion King
#5: mduara, duara Of Life from Lion King


 #4: You'll Be In My moyo from Tarzan
#4: You'll Be In My moyo from Tarzan


 #3: Reflection from Mulan
#3: Reflection from Mulan


 #2: Part Of Your World from Little Mermaid
#2: Part Of Your World from Little Mermaid


 #1: Colors Of The Wind from Pocahontas
#1: Colors Of The Wind from Pocahontas
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 The Disney Princesses, merely a few of the Disney heroines
The Disney Princesses, merely a few of the Disney heroines
A lot of people say that the Disney heroines are bad influences on girls for a variety of reasons: they "teach girls that beauty is most important" and "you need a man to be happy" and "females always have to be damsels in distress" and plenty zaidi of the like. I disagree. Disney heroines can teach all of us plenty of important lessons.

1. Be Yourself Despite the World's Opinion
A lot of the Disney heroines didn't really fit into the norms of their society, but they never changed to fit into their communities better. Eventually, that would prove to be a very good thing.

Examples:
*Ariel, who...
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