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posted by disney_prince
Hello, I am disney_prince.
Today I got bored and decided to do a juu 40 of my current inayopendelewa Disney songs.
They are mainly songs from The Disney Classics canon, but I have also included some songs from Disney sequel films.

40. As Long As Theres Chrstmas
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

39. Heigh Ho
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

38. He Lives in You
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

37. Zero to Hero
Hercules

36. Everybody Wants To Be A Cat
The Aristocats

35. So This Is Love
Cinderella

34. He's A Tramp
Lady and the Tramp

33. Friend Like Me
Aladdin

32. Sing Sweet Nightingale
Cinderella

31. wewe Can Fly...
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Here is the official orodha of what is, and what is not, a Disney animated classic!
i will be updating this as other classics are announced and released!




1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
2. Pinocchio
3. Fantasia
4. Dumbo
5. Bambi
6. Saludos Amigos
7. The Three Caballeros
8. Make Mine Music
9. Fun and Fancy Free
10. Melody Time
11. Ichabod & Mr Toad
12. Cinderella
13. Alice and Wonderland
14. Peter Pan
15. Lady and the Tramp
16. Sleeping Beauty
17. 101 Dalmatians
18. The Sword in the Stone
19. The Jungle Book
20. The Aristocats
21. Robin Hood
22. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
23. The Rescuers
24. The Fox...
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MALE STAMPS

Aladdin (Aladdin)
Aladdin is portrayed as clever, and ultimately a good-hearted person. Like most Disney male protagonists, he is a brave young man who seeks to win the affection of many other characters, which demonstrates his insecurity. He can be selfish and indignant at times, which is shown through the wishes he makes. He is not above lying and stealing, but never with evil intentions, but in order to survive. The biggest difference from the norm is that, unlike most youthful Disney heroes, he is a doer rather than a passive character
Words to describe Aladdin: clever, good-hearted,...
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posted by princesslullaby
I decided it was time someone wrote the orodha for saddest Disney moments, so here goes. Someone else wrote the same makala that I completely disagreed with (half the moments were from the little mermaid) so I decided it was time for me to write my own article. Disney is known to make people laugh and cheer, but also for making people depressed and making them cry. I have cried at numerous Disney films, because all of them have their sad moments. Some of my choices may surprise you. Disney is famous for it's sad moments, but to me, none are zaidi sad then the following list. I hope wewe like my...
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posted by DarkSarcasm
Well, technically, a playlist for each season. Just doesn't have quite the same ring to it.

Below are four lists of Disney songs that either have lyrics that apply au just have a vibe that I associate with a particular season. This is kwa no means a complete list, as I have only included songs I'm familiar with that feel seasonal.


SPRING
Spring songs are light, bright, and probably nature-related.

A Whole New World (Aladdin)
Following the Leader (Peter Pan)
For the First Time in Forever (Frozen)
Little April kuoga (Bambi)
Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid)
Let's Sing a Gay Little Spring Song...
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posted by dweeb
30. Savages - Pocahontas
Really great song. It shows both sides of a war and how the two groups are thinking similar thoughts about each other. The lyrics blatantly onyesha the insanity of racism and how wrong it is to judge others because they aren't like yourself. Plus, it's really catchy and I sing it in the shower.
29. Once Upon A Dream - Sleeping Beauty
Great, romantic duet. Really cute how Aurora sings it with her Marafiki and then her dream prince joins her and surprises her. The scene where they dance and wewe see their reflections in the lake always makes me feel good inside. I upendo this...
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posted by Pyjamarama
 Superted and Spotty's argument-Not Disney rather than British
Superted and Spotty's argument-Not Disney rather than British
In philosophy and logic, an argument is an attempt to persuade someone of something, kwa giving reasons au evidence for accepting a particular conclusion.[1][2] The general structure of an argument in a natural language is that of premises (typically in the form of propositions, statements au sentences) in support of a claim: the conclusion.[3][4][5] Many arguments can also be formulated in a formal language. An argument in a formal language shows the logical form of the natural language arguments obtained kwa its interpretations.

In a typical deductive argument, the premises are meant to provide...
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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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ONE THING wewe SHOULD KNOW: Unlike the princesses, I actually like every single prince. So don't think that because your inayopendelewa prince is low I don't like him, I actually do. Also, before uandishi this list, I watched almost all the princess sinema so I could formulate my decision. The only ones I didnt watch are cinderella & Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs, and in this case, I don't think it's necessary.

I'm aware this is a LONG article. If you're going to skim it, PLEASE at least read the paragraph below Shang's picture.


10.Phillip
HOTNESS RANK: #8...
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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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There's just something about the quality and authenticity of an old family movie that can't be replicated nowadays.

Disney produced a looot of great live-action and hybrid sinema over the years, but they always seem to get overshadowed kwa the animated ones. (Not to knock the animated movies, I have a orodha of those on the way too.) Here are my juu 10 live action and hybrid classics, for that good old fashioned Disney feel:


#1 - Candleshoe (1977)
Starring: Jodie Foster, Helen Hayes, David Niven, Leo McKern, and Vivian Pickles
Casey Brown is a parentless delinquent living in Los Angeles with...
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posted by deltabannermen
A Disney Tale: Jiminy Cricket introduces two tales - Bongo the kubeba (a slightly disturbing tale of upendo in the kubeba community) and Mickey and the Beanstalk (a Disney version of the well-known fairytale).

Disney Hero: With two 'films' in this package feature we have two main heroes. First up is Bongo. Bongo is a circus kubeba who runs away to the forest and meets the upendo of his life. Bongo never speaks in his film. He is dressed in a jacket, bow tie and hat and runs the full gamut of emotions. In the sekunde film, we have three 'heroes' - Mickey, Donald and Goofy who all fulfill the role of Jack...
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posted by DarkSarcasm
I was experimenting with the someecards format, and these happened.

So here are a few Disney Truth Bombs, of varying degrees of truth and image quality, ranging from serious to not-so-serious. Hope wewe get a nod au a smile out of 'em.




You think the only people who are people,
Are the people who look and think like you.

(Colors of the Wind, Pocahontas)
Oomp, there it is.



The seaweed is always greener
In somebody else's lake.

(Under the Sea, The Little Mermaid)
Humans want to be mermaids. Mermaid wants to be human. Preach all wewe want, Sebastian, that's just the way it's always...
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posted by Persephone713
I cant take it anymore. Just cant. Pixar is not the almighty everything of cartoon animation. I grew up with the Walt Disney era and Renaissance era classics, NO COMPUTER animation. Yet every single fricken animated movie that comes out today, is compared to PIXAR, au god forbid ( The Lion King) which is also severely overrated. I don't hate PIXAR, au Lion King, BUT I do hate that other animated sinema that get released that are just as enjoyable, au zaidi in my opinion are always compared. au that the classics I grew up are now forgotten because everything is PIXAR. NO...Disney is King and...
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posted by disney_prince
• Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
• Pinocchio (1940)
• Fantasia (1940)
• Dumbo (1941)
• Bambi (1942)
• Saludos Amigos (1942)
• The Three Caballeros (1944)
• Make Mine muziki (1946)
• Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
• Melody Time (1948)
• The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
• cinderella (1950)
• Alice in Wonderland (1951)
• Peter Pan (1953)
• Lady and the Tramp (1955)
• Sleeping Beauty (1959)
• One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
• The Sword in the Stone (1963)
• The Jungle Book (1967)
• The Aristocats (1970)
• Robin kofia (1973)
• The Many...
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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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posted by Sbells23
#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)
posted by EmilyELewis
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Classic Disney
“Classic Disney” means different things to different people.

To some it’s strictly the sinema made before 1995 when “Toy Story” was released with Pixar – what this spot claims as its cut-off – au at the end of the millennium. These people may au may not include sequels, the live-action and partially live-action films, spin-off series, and old-school Mickey&Minnie-era cartoons.
Others say that “Classic Disney” is strictly the traditionally-animated films that Disney puts out on his own (but not Disney Toon Studios) with no cut-off dates. Some say “Classic Disney” is...
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posted by aiemerrysirius
For generations, Disney has been entertaining millions and bajillions of individuals, both children and adults. The stories are captivating, the characters compelling, the villains wicked as can be, and the settings quite often stunning. There was a brilliant man who identified all these traits independently of the Disney mission. This man was J.R.R. Tolkien and he wrote an essay called “On Fairy-Stories.”

The reason that the Disney movies, especially the classics, have withstood the test of time and continue to enchant people all over the world is for the simple reason that Tolkien gives....
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PLEASE READ PLEASE READ PLEASE READ PLEASE READ
I know I've changed my mind like 84932084932048392048329 times. Okay like 4. I was rounding. But this is the orodha I can look at and be satisfied. This is the orodha I don't want to change anything around. This is the orodha where I'm not constantly questioning myself. This is the orodha where I just instinctively put the princesses in their spots instead of overthinking. Get it? It's a good list. So this time, I got to skip the heavy drinking and lab results (...okay, maybe only the latter) and here's my list.


[F] 10. Aurora
*to the tune of link...
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