Who Doesn’t Love Talking Animals, magic and stuff? List of Disney Animated Classics (as of April, 2017)

Wow, Walt Disney sure wields a lot of power for someone who has been dead since 1966 – and whose first foray into animation occurred in 1928 with “Steamboat Willie.” I still think that sounds like code for a filthy sex act. Maybe someone sticks a digit or appendage…of some sort into really hot water, lubes it up and…OK, I’ll stop now… Yes, Walt Disney has quite the body of work, and still holds the record for being the human being to receive the most Oscar statuettes in ONE ceremony with four. Ethan Coen, Marvin Hamlisch and Francis Ford Coppola are all waiting in the wings with three each, but to avoid a tie with the late Mr. Disney, they will have to have to be able to put their filthy mitts on five Oscar statuettes in one ceremony. I think that can be done! Though Coppola and Hamlisch are both getting long in the tooth (hastily checks Google to see if Hamlisch even still alive…click click). Nope, Hamlisch kicked in 2012.  Coppola is pushing 80, and Ethan Coen will be 60 later this year (2017). But without further ado, here’s a list of Disney’s “Animated Classics.”

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Top this, bitches! Count ’em – FOUR!
  1. Snow White, 1937
  2. Pinocchio, 1940 (February)
  3. Fantasia, 1940 (November)
  4. Dumbo, 1941
  5. Bambi, 1942
  6. Saludos Amigos, 1943
  7. The Three Caballeros, 1945
  8. Make Mine Music, 1946
  9. Fun and Fancy Free, 1947
  10. Melody Time, 1948
  11. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, 1949
  12. Cinderella, 1950 (Live action version released 2015)
  13. Alice in Wonderland, 1951 – (Live action version released 2010)
  14. Peter Pan, 1953
  15. Lady and the Tramp, 1955
  16. Sleeping Beauty, 1959 (Live action film Maleficent released in 2014)
  17. One-hundred and one Dalmatians, 1961
  18. The Sword in the Stone, 1963
  19. The Jungle Book, 1967 (Live action version released 2016)
  20. The Aristocats, 1970
  21. Robin Hood, 1973
  22. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, 1977 (March)
  23. The Rescuers, 1977 (June)
  24. The Fox and the Hound, 1981
  25. The Black Cauldron, 1985
  26. The Great Mouse Detective, 1986
  27. Oliver and Company, 1988
  28. The Little Mermaid, 1989
  29. The Rescuers Down Under, 1990
  30. Beauty and the Beast, 1991 (Live action version released 2017)
  31. Aladdin, 1992
  32. The Lion King, 1994
  33. Pocahontas, 1995
  34. The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1996
  35. Hercules, 1997
  36. Mulan, 1998
  37. Tarzan, 1999
  38. Fantasia 2000, 2000 (released Jan. 1)
  39. Dinosaur, 2000 (May)
  40. The Emperor’s New Groove, 2000 (December)
  41. Atlantis – The Lost Empire, 2001
  42. Lilo and Stitch, 2002 (June)
  43. Treasure Planet, 2002 (December)
  44. Brother Bear, 2003
  45. Home on the Range, 2004
  46. Chicken Little, 2005
  47. Meet the Robinsons, 2007
  48. Bolt, 2008
  49. The Princess and the Frog, 2009
  50. Tangled, 2010
  51. Winnie the Pooh, 2011
  52. Wreck-It Ralph, 2012
  53. Frozen, 2013
  54. Big Hero 6, 2014
  55. Zootopia, 2016 (March)
  56. Moana, 2016 (November)
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