History Franchise / DisneyAnimatedCanon

15th Dec '17 11:10:08 AM matruz
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* ShooOutTheClowns: During most the intense or dramatic climaxes, the comic relief characters aren't usually present.

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* ShooOutTheClowns: During most the intense or dramatic climaxes, the comic relief characters aren't usually present. It's so prevalent that it has its own folder on the trope's page.
11th Dec '17 10:22:14 PM Pichu-kun
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See also Franchise/DisneyPrincess, ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' (an AffectionateParody of Disney's own films), ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', a video game series which also seems to follow the rule of only using canonical characters from [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters nearly all of these films]] ([[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas and]] [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean th]][[WesternAnimation/ToyStory en]] [[Film/{{Tron}} so]][[Film/TronLegacy me!]]), or ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' which represents almost every canonical movie up to 2001 with at least a cameo appearance. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a live-action fairy tale series shown on Disney-owned ABC, with versions of the fairy tale characters heavily and obviously indebted to the Disney animated film versions. ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' is a similar all-DAC crossover Creator/DisneyChannel Original Movie, featuring the offspring of classic Disney characters in a live-action musical.

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See also Franchise/DisneyPrincess, ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' (an AffectionateParody of Disney's own films), ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', a video game series which also seems to follow the rule of only using canonical characters from [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters nearly all of these films]] ([[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas and]] [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean th]][[WesternAnimation/ToyStory en]] [[Film/{{Tron}} so]][[Film/TronLegacy me!]]), or ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' which represents almost every canonical movie up to 2001 with at least a cameo appearance. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a live-action fairy tale series shown on Disney-owned ABC, with versions of the fairy tale characters heavily and obviously indebted to the Disney animated film versions. ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' is a similar all-DAC crossover Creator/DisneyChannel Original Movie, featuring the offspring of classic Disney characters in a live-action musical. \n ''Film/DisneyLiveActionRemakes'' refers to a series of films that remake DAC films in live-action format.
9th Dec '17 12:25:12 PM nombretomado
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See also Franchise/DisneyPrincess, ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' (an AffectionateParody of Disney's own films), ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', a video game series which also seems to follow the rule of only using canonical characters from [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters nearly all of these films]] ([[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas and]] [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean th]][[WesternAnimation/ToyStory en]] [[Film/{{Tron}} so]][[Film/TronLegacy me!]]), or ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' which represents almost every canonical movie up to 2001 with at least a cameo appearance. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a live-action fairy tale series shown on Disney-owned ABC, with versions of the fairy tale characters heavily and obviously indebted to the Disney animated film versions. ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' is a similar all-DAC crossover DisneyChannel Original Movie, featuring the offspring of classic Disney characters in a live-action musical.

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See also Franchise/DisneyPrincess, ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' (an AffectionateParody of Disney's own films), ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', a video game series which also seems to follow the rule of only using canonical characters from [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters nearly all of these films]] ([[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas and]] [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean th]][[WesternAnimation/ToyStory en]] [[Film/{{Tron}} so]][[Film/TronLegacy me!]]), or ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' which represents almost every canonical movie up to 2001 with at least a cameo appearance. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a live-action fairy tale series shown on Disney-owned ABC, with versions of the fairy tale characters heavily and obviously indebted to the Disney animated film versions. ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' is a similar all-DAC crossover DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel Original Movie, featuring the offspring of classic Disney characters in a live-action musical.
3rd Dec '17 12:24:01 PM jasonbres
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** Eeyore from ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' went from a melancholic and self-centered {{Jerkass}} in the books to a [[TheWoobie forlorn sweetheart who just needs a hug]] in the Disney films and associated media.

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** Eeyore from ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' went from a melancholic and self-centered {{Jerkass}} in the books to a [[TheWoobie forlorn sweetheart who just needs a hug]] in the Disney films and associated media. Although, he is still mostly a DeadpanSnarker.
28th Nov '17 6:10:34 PM SammyDragon92
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See also Franchise/DisneyPrincess, ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' (an AffectionateParody of Disney's own films), ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', a video game series which also seems to follow the rule of only using canonical characters from [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters nearly all of these films]] ([[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas and]] [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean th]][[WesternAnimation/ToyStory en]] [[Film/{{Tron}} so]][[Film/TronLegacy me!]]), or ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' which represents almost every canonical movie up to 2001 with at least a cameo appearance. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a live-action fairy series tale shown on Disney-owned ABC, with versions of the fairy tale characters heavily and obviously indebted to the Disney animated film versions. ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' is a similar all-DAC crossover DisneyChannel Original Movie, featuring the offspring of classic Disney characters in a live-action musical.

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See also Franchise/DisneyPrincess, ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' (an AffectionateParody of Disney's own films), ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', a video game series which also seems to follow the rule of only using canonical characters from [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters nearly all of these films]] ([[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas and]] [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean th]][[WesternAnimation/ToyStory en]] [[Film/{{Tron}} so]][[Film/TronLegacy me!]]), or ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' which represents almost every canonical movie up to 2001 with at least a cameo appearance. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a live-action fairy tale series tale shown on Disney-owned ABC, with versions of the fairy tale characters heavily and obviously indebted to the Disney animated film versions. ''Film/{{Descendants}}'' is a similar all-DAC crossover DisneyChannel Original Movie, featuring the offspring of classic Disney characters in a live-action musical.
27th Nov '17 5:01:36 PM Red-Dead-Redeemer
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# November 24, 2010 - ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' (Disney released a rather nifty [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gqg3-5srs4 video]] to [[MilestoneCelebration celebrate its milestone as the fifty mark]])

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# November 24, 2010 - ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' (Disney released a rather nifty [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gqg3-5srs4 [[https://youtu.be/5gqg3-5srs4 video]] to [[MilestoneCelebration celebrate its milestone as the fifty mark]])
5th Nov '17 5:08:30 PM RisefromYourGrave
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The animated feature films produced by Creator/{{Disney}}'s main feature animation studio, currently known as Walt Disney Animation Studios, has a long history.

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The Promoted by Creator/{{Disney}} as the Disney Animated Classics, the animated feature films produced by Creator/{{Disney}}'s their main feature animation studio, currently known as Walt Disney Animation Studios, has a long history.



# January 1, 2000[[note]] limited release in certain places on December 17, 1999[[/note]] - ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}''[=*=] (follow-up to ''Fantasia''; first animated film initially released in IMAX theaters; beginning of the Disney "Post-Renaissance" era)
# May 19, 2000 - ''Disney/{{Dinosaur}}'' (first hybrid-CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}})[[note]] In Europe, this film is not considered part of the Canon. Instead, ''WesternAnimation/TheWild'' (2006) is in its place. [[/note]]

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# January 1, 2000[[note]] limited release in certain places on December 17, 1999[[/note]] - ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}''[=*=] (follow-up to ''Fantasia''; first animated film initially released in IMAX theaters; beginning of the Disney "Post-Renaissance" era)
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# May 19, 2000 - ''Disney/{{Dinosaur}}'' (first hybrid-CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}})[[note]] In Creator/{{Pixar}})[[note]]In Europe, this film is not considered part of the Canon. Instead, ''WesternAnimation/TheWild'' (2006) is in its place. [[/note]]



# June 21, 2002 - ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' (first entry to be nominated for Best Animated Feature; the most successful film of the "Post-Renaissance" era)[[note]]''Bolt'' was a somewhat bigger box office success not adjusted for inflation than ''Lilo & Stitch'' ($310 million vs. $273.1 million), but that film had almost twice the budget ($150 million to ''Lilo & Stitch''[='=]s $80 million). As for critical reception, ''Bolt'' has a higher "fresh" rating on Website/RottenTomatoes than ''Lilo & Stitch'' (89% based on 177 reviews vs. 86% based on 145 reviews), but ''Lilo & Stitch'' has a higher aggregated score on Metacritic (73 based on 30 reviews vs. 67 based on 29 reviews). Also, ''Bolt'' did not end up becoming a franchise like ''Lilo & Stitch'' did.[[/note]]

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# June 21, 2002 - ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' (first entry to be nominated for Best Animated Feature; the most successful film of the "Post-Renaissance" era)[[note]]''Bolt'' was a "Post-Renaissance"/Experimental Era)[[note]]''Dinosaur'' and ''Bolt'' were somewhat bigger box office success successes not adjusted for inflation than ''Lilo & Stitch'' ($310 (Almost $350 million for ''Dinosaur'' vs. $310 million for ''Bolt'' vs. $273.1 million), but that film had almost twice the budget ($150 million to for ''Lilo & Stitch''[='=]s Stitch''), but both those films had higher budgets ($150 million for ''Bolt'', $127.5 million for ''Dinosaur'', and $80 million).million for ''Lilo & Stitch''). As for critical reception, ''Bolt'' has a higher "fresh" rating on Website/RottenTomatoes than ''Lilo & Stitch'' (89% based on 177 reviews vs. 86% based on 145 reviews), but ''Lilo & Stitch'' has a higher aggregated score on Metacritic (73 based on 30 reviews vs. 67 based on 29 reviews). ''Dinosaur'' is lower than them on both sites (65% based on 122 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and 56 based on 32 reviews on Metacritic) Also, neither ''Dinosaur'' nor ''Bolt'' did not end up becoming a franchise franchises like ''Lilo & Stitch'' ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' did.[[/note]]



# November 21, 2008 - ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' (usually considered either the end of the "Post-Renaissance" era, or the beginning of the Disney Revival, and the first entry distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures after Buena Vista was reorganized into that label.)

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# November 21, 2008 - ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' (usually considered either the end of the "Post-Renaissance" era, "Post-Renaissance"/Experimental Era, or the beginning of the Disney Revival, and the first entry distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures after Buena Vista was reorganized into that label.)



# July 15, 2011 - ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' (last traditionally-animated film to date)

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# July 15, 2011 - ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' (last traditionally-animated film to date)date)[[note]]In the United Kingdom, this film is excluded from the canon altogether, with no replacement.[[/note]]
5th Nov '17 1:14:28 PM TrendingToon1
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* ''Disney/RalphBreaksTheInternetWreckItRalph2'' (2018)

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* ''Disney/RalphBreaksTheInternetWreckItRalph2'' (2018)(2018) [=*=] [[note]]The first sequel as part of the animated canon since ''Winnie the Pooh'', as well as the first Disney Sequel since ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidArielsBeginning'' in 2008.[[/note]]
4th Nov '17 8:40:51 PM jormis29
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** In their line of DirectToVideo sequels, Disney had plans to make ''Dumbo 2'', ''The Jungle Book 3'', ''The Aristocats 2'', ''Chicken Little 2''[[note]]Mentioned briefly in the Essential Guide book when the film came out.[[/note]], and ''Meet the Robinsons 2''. ''Dumbo 2'' was in [[DevelopmentHell on-and-off development]] for a while (even though it was promoted on the 2001 DVD of ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'') before being cancelled altogether, while ''The Jungle Book 3'' was cancelled after the [[FranchiseKiller under-performance]] of ''The Jungle Book 2''. The remaining three projects were cancelled under order of John Lasseter after Walt Disney Animation Studios was given control over [=DisneyToon=] Studios (the division making the sequels) in 2007.

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** In their line of DirectToVideo sequels, Disney had plans to make ''Dumbo 2'', ''The Jungle Book 3'', ''The Aristocats 2'', ''Chicken Little 2''[[note]]Mentioned briefly in the Essential Guide book when the film came out.[[/note]], and ''Meet the Robinsons 2''. ''Dumbo 2'' was in [[DevelopmentHell on-and-off development]] for a while (even though it was promoted on the 2001 DVD of ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'') before being cancelled altogether, while ''The Jungle Book 3'' was cancelled after the [[FranchiseKiller under-performance]] of ''The Jungle Book 2''.''Disney/TheJungleBook2''. The remaining three projects were cancelled under order of John Lasseter after Walt Disney Animation Studios was given control over [=DisneyToon=] Studios (the division making the sequels) in 2007.
1st Nov '17 4:54:43 AM DragonQuestZ
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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses

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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincessesEverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: They have so many that they made the Franchise/DisneyPrincess line from those characters.



* IWantSong: Starting with "I'm Wishing" in ''Snow White'', these songs became a staple of Disney musicals.



%%* PluckyComicRelief

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%%* PluckyComicRelief* PluckyComicRelief: A cute, goofy sidekick will show up a lot in these movies, from Dopey in ''Snow White'', to Olaf in ''Frozen''.



%%* ThePowerOfLove

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%%* ThePowerOfLove* ThePowerOfLove: This is brought up in a few films, particularly true love's kiss, or other acts of true love.



%%* PublicDomainCharacter

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%%* PublicDomainCharacter* PrincessClassic: The princesses before the renaissance are absolutely pure and good, but later princesses still could have these elements.
* PublicDomainCharacter: Their movies are often based on {{fairy tale}}s, that are public domain stories.
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