Disney Animated Movies - Round 1C
Disney Animated Movies
Is there anything more iconic than Disney animated movies? These are the stories that defined our childhoods. These are the characters that we love more than any others. These are our memories, our histories, and our favorite things.
1 The Lion King v 16 Ducktales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
In this modern retelling of Hamlet, Mufasa's death singlehandedly traumatized an entire generation. But hey... hakuna matata, right?
1990's Ducktales movie was the first Disney-distributed film not under the Walt Disney Feature Animation label. Attempting to capitalize on the success of the animated show, this film underperformed at the box office, but has found a cult following in the decades since.
8 Alice in Wonderland v 9 The Great Mouse Detective
Probably the trippiest of all of the features, this loosely held together collection of stories and character from the mind of Lewis Carroll is strange, hilarious, and beautiful. It's given us legends like the Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts, and the Mad Hatter.
This underrated gem is Disney's attempt at a Sherlock Holmes story, complete with Holmes (Basil of Baker Street), Watson (Dawson), and Moriarty (Ratigan). It's dark, suspenseful, and a lot of fun. Vincent Price provides the delightfully evil voice of Ratigan.
5 Lady and the Tramp v 12 The Rescuers Down Under
Billed as Disney's Happiest Film, this movie was the first animated film created in the Cinescope Widescreen format. And you'll never look at spaghetti the same way.
The rare Disney theatrical sequel, this is the second film of the Disney Renaissance, coming on the heels of The Little Mermaid. Taking place in the outback, Bianca and Bernard are joined by Australian mouse Jack and Wilbur the albatross (voiced by John Candy).