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29th Jan '16 12:35:37 AM jormis29
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** ''{{Tangled}}'': Invoked by Gothel, who uses Rapunzel's hair to keep herself looking young while posing as her mother. Played straight for her birth mother, who has no such round-the-clock access to de-aging hair, yet barely ages a day eighteen years after Rapunzel's birth. [[spoiler: Their resemblance is ''especially'' pronounced after Rapunzel's ImportantHaircut.]]
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** ''{{Tangled}}'': ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': Invoked by Gothel, who uses Rapunzel's hair to keep herself looking young while posing as her mother. Played straight for her birth mother, who has no such round-the-clock access to de-aging hair, yet barely ages a day eighteen years after Rapunzel's birth. [[spoiler: Their resemblance is ''especially'' pronounced after Rapunzel's ImportantHaircut.]]
28th Jan '16 2:18:36 PM Lymantria
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* ''Gigantic'' (2018)
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* ''Gigantic'' ''Disney/{{Gigantic}}'' (2018)
26th Jan '16 4:31:45 PM ZePappyPawtrol
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# ''Disney/{{Dinosaur}}'' (2000; first hybrid-CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}})
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# ''Disney/{{Dinosaur}}'' (2000; first hybrid-CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}})Creator/{{Pixar}})**

# ''Disney/{{Dinosaur}}'' (2000; first hybrid-CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}})[=**=] In the UK, this film is not considered part of the Canon. Instead, ''Disney/TheWild'' (2006) is in its place.

# ''Disney/{{Dinosaur}}'' (2000; first hybrid-CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}})* ''[[{{Disney/Frozen}} Frozen 2]]'' (planned for 2019)

* ''[[{{Disney/Frozen}} Frozen 2]]'' (TBA)
7th Jan '16 10:35:56 PM Mikeyfan93
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* ''[[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz The Wizard Of Oz]]'' (the studio did some conceptual art for it shortly after ''Snow White'' but it was canceled in preproduction after [[Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer MGM]] released [[Film/TheWizardOfOz their own version]]. Incidentally, Disney would much later release an "unofficial" [[Film/ReturnToOz sequel]] and [[Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful prequel to the MGM version]].)
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* ''[[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz The Wizard Of Oz]]'' (the studio did some conceptual art for it shortly after ''Snow White'' but it was canceled in preproduction pre-production after [[Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer MGM]] released [[Film/TheWizardOfOz their own version]]. Incidentally, Disney would much later release an "unofficial" [[Film/ReturnToOz sequel]] and [[Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful prequel to the MGM version]].)

* ''Literature/DonQuixote'' (just like [[Creator/OrsonWelles several]] [[Creator/TerryGilliam other]] attempts to adapt that story into a movie have been canceled)
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* ''Literature/DonQuixote'' (just like [[Creator/OrsonWelles several]] [[Creator/TerryGilliam other]] attempts to adapt that story into a movie have been canceled)cancelled)
12th Dec '15 11:49:14 AM TrendingToon1
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# ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' (2011)
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# ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' (2011)(2011; last 2D film to date)
17th Nov '15 2:45:41 PM Emperor_Oshron
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** [[Disney/TheJungleBook Baloo]] to [[Disney/RobinHood Little John]]. (Complete with same voice actor!)
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** [[Disney/TheJungleBook Baloo]] to [[Disney/RobinHood Little John]]. (Complete with same voice actor!)actor! This one is mainly because cels from ''The Jungle Book'' were reused to cut costs for ''Robin Hood''.)
3rd Nov '15 1:50:16 PM Seraphine
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* CuteKitten: Seen in a few Disney films with the most notable being [[Disney/TheAristocats Marie,Toulouse, and Berlioz]] and [[{{Disney/Pinocchio}} Figaro]].
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* CuteKitten: Seen in a few Disney films with the most notable being [[Disney/TheAristocats Marie,Toulouse, Marie, Toulouse, and Berlioz]] and [[{{Disney/Pinocchio}} Figaro]].

* DisneyVillainDeath: TropeNamer. See "KilledOffForReal" below; it's easier to list villains who ''didn't'' die this way.
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* DisneyVillainDeath: TropeNamer.{{Trope Namer|s}}. See "KilledOffForReal" below; it's easier to list villains who ''didn't'' die this way.

* PigeonholedVoiceActor: Phil Harris (''The Jungle Book'', ''The Aristocats'', ''Robin Hood'') and [[Creator/CheechAndChong Cheech Marin]] (''Oliver & Company'', ''The Lion King'') are particularly glaring examples of this.
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* PigeonholedVoiceActor: PigeonholedVoiceActor: ** Phil Harris (''The Jungle Book'', ''The Aristocats'', ''Robin Hood'') and [[Creator/CheechAndChong Cheech Marin]] (''Oliver & Company'', ''The Lion King'') are particularly glaring examples of this.

** [[invoked]]Verna Felton only ever voiced either energetic/stuffy villains (''Dumbo'', ''Alice in Wonderland'', ''Lady and the Tramp'') or kindly matriarchs (''Dumbo'' [[TalkingToHimself (again)]], ''Cinderella'', ''Sleeping Beauty'', ''The Jungle Book'').
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** [[invoked]]Verna Felton only ever voiced either energetic/stuffy villains (''Dumbo'', ''Alice in Wonderland'', ''Lady and the Tramp'') or kindly matriarchs (''Dumbo'' (''Dumbo'', [[TalkingToHimself (again)]], again]]), ''Cinderella'', ''Sleeping Beauty'', ''The Jungle Book'').

** Many viewers are starting to notice a distinct pattern among ''Revival'' films, especially princess movies. (From ThePrincessAndTheFrog to what's revealed about the upcoming Moana.) That is, slap-stick RoadTripRomance musicals where the main couple MeetCute, engage in some SlapSlapKiss, then find a CommonalityConnection, then later have a LoveEpiphany, then [[FourthDateMarriage end up together]]; all over the course of a few days ''at most''. {{Brave}} (an Honorary DisneyPrincess film) averts the romance bit, but then Merida's mother functions as TheNotLoveInterest anyway; the formula still holds sans the romantic element. Only WreckItRalph and BigHero6 seem to avert it thus far.
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** Many viewers are starting to notice a distinct pattern among ''Revival'' films, especially princess movies. (From ThePrincessAndTheFrog ''The Princess and the Frog'' to what's revealed about the upcoming Moana.) That is, slap-stick RoadTripRomance musicals where the main couple MeetCute, engage in some SlapSlapKiss, then find a CommonalityConnection, then later have a LoveEpiphany, then [[FourthDateMarriage end up together]]; all over the course of a few days ''at most''. {{Brave}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' (an Honorary DisneyPrincess film) averts the romance bit, but then Merida's mother functions as TheNotLoveInterest anyway; the formula still holds sans the romantic element. Only WreckItRalph ''Wreck-It Ralph'' and BigHero6 ''Big Hero 6'' seem to avert it thus far.
3rd Nov '15 1:25:14 PM Seraphine
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This section is mainly used as a list/index of the Disney Animated Canon films. A lot of the sidenotes relating to the film's reception, trivia, or video release are already stated or should be stated on the film's main page or trivia page. The comment above the list already states not to add to much info to the list.
%% Do not add too much information or sidenotes to list that are already stated on film's page. # ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937; carries the honor of being the first full-length animated feature film in the English-speaking world; became the highest grossing film of all time until ''Film/GoneWithTheWind'' several years later; is the Grand Premiere release for the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'', ''Walt Disney Platinum Editions'', and ''Walt Disney Diamond Editions'' home entertainment brands.) # ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' (1940; only feature to have a 100% rating on Website/RottenTomatoes; first of the "untouchable" films made under Walt to be released on home video, under the then-new ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand, and this release helped develop home entertainment greatly[[note]] it was reissued a year later and then again as the quarterfinal installment in the ''Classics'' series[[/note]]; is the GrandFinale release for the ''Walt Disney Platinum Editions'' home entertainment brand, an honor it will repeat for the ''Walt Disney Diamond Editions'' brand) # ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''[=*=] (1940; first film ever made in stereophonic sound, named "Fantasound"; is considered to be Walt's MagnumOpus; longest classic in the entire canon, clocking in at around 2 hours; only released once on VHS, under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand) # ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' (1941; along with ''Alice In Wonderland'', first full-length single story film released on home video; shortest non-package Disney Animated Classic) # ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' (1942; last full-length single story feature until ''Cinderella''; was Walt's personal favorite) # ''Disney/SaludosAmigos''[=*=] (1943[[note]] It previously saw a Rio De Janeiro premiere only a few days after ''Bambi's'' release [[/note]]; first of the major package films and the shortest film in the Disney Animated Canon period) # ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros''[=*=] (1945; along with ''Fun And Fancy Free'' and ''The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh'', first package feature released on home video; only general release package film on video until the late 90's.) # ''Disney/MakeMineMusic''[=*=] (1946; the last of Walt's films and the last canon film of the 20th century period to be released on video/DVD, under the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' brand.) # ''Disney/FunAndFancyFree''[=*=] (1947; the last time Walt Disney voiced Mickey Mouse; along with ''The Three Caballeros'' and ''The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh'', first package feature released on home video)
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%% Do not add too much information or sidenotes to list that are already stated on film's page/trivia page. # ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937; carries the honor of being the first full-length animated feature film in the English-speaking world; became the highest grossing film of all time until ''Film/GoneWithTheWind'' several years later; is the Grand Premiere release for the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'', ''Walt Disney Platinum Editions'', and ''Walt Disney Diamond Editions'' home entertainment brands.) world) # ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' (1940; only feature to have a 100% rating on Website/RottenTomatoes; first of the "untouchable" films made under Walt to be released on home video, under the then-new ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand, and this release helped develop home entertainment greatly[[note]] it was reissued a year later and then again as the quarterfinal installment in the ''Classics'' series[[/note]]; is the GrandFinale release for the ''Walt Disney Platinum Editions'' home entertainment brand, an honor it will repeat for the ''Walt Disney Diamond Editions'' brand) (1940) # ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''[=*=] (1940; first film ever made in stereophonic sound, named "Fantasound"; is considered to be Walt's MagnumOpus; longest classic in the entire canon, clocking in at around 2 hours; only released once on VHS, under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand) (1940) # ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' (1941; along with ''Alice In Wonderland'', first full-length single story film released on home video; shortest non-package Disney Animated Classic) (1941) # ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' (1942; last full-length single story feature until ''Cinderella''; was Walt's personal favorite) (1942) # ''Disney/SaludosAmigos''[=*=] (1943[[note]] It previously saw a Rio De Janeiro premiere only a few days after ''Bambi's'' release [[/note]]; first of the major package films and the shortest film in the Disney Animated Canon period) (1943) # ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros''[=*=] (1945; along with ''Fun And Fancy Free'' and ''The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh'', first package feature released on home video; only general release package film on video until the late 90's.) (1945) # ''Disney/MakeMineMusic''[=*=] (1946; the last of Walt's films and the last canon film of the 20th century period to be released on video/DVD, under the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' brand.) (1946) # ''Disney/FunAndFancyFree''[=*=] (1947; the last time Walt Disney voiced Mickey Mouse; along with ''The Three Caballeros'' and ''The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh'', first package feature released on home video)(1947)

# ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''[=*=] (1949; last original package film until ''Fantasia 2000'' and the GrandFinale new release for the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' home video brand) # ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'' (1950; first full-length single story feature since ''Bambi'') # ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' (1951; only animated feature before the 1984 management shift to have closing credits; along with ''Dumbo'', first full-length single story film to be released on home video) # ''Disney/PeterPan'' (1953; last film to have ''all nine'' of Creator/DisneysNineOldMen working together, along with the last entry to be distributed by RKO Radio Pictures [[note]] Disputes over the nature documentary series ''True-Life Adventures'' and RKO drowning in turmoil convinced Disney to jump ship after other producers such as Samuel Goldwyn had already dumped them; RKO [[CreatorKiller went up the river a few years later after ''The Conquerer'' tanked.]] [[/note]]) # ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' (1955; first entry to be distributed by Buena Vista; first animated film ever made in widescreen.) # ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' (1959; last film to be based on a fairy tale until ''The Little Mermaid''.) # ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' (1961; was the highest grossing animated film at one point, until ''The Lion King''; last of Walt's films to be released under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand.) # ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'' (1963; last to be released while Walt was alive; the impromptu GrandFinale reissue release for the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' home entertainment brand)
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# ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''[=*=] (1949; last original package film until ''Fantasia 2000'' and the GrandFinale new release for the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' home video brand) (1949) # ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'' (1950; first full-length single story feature since ''Bambi'') (1950) # ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' (1951; only animated feature before the 1984 management shift to have closing credits; along with ''Dumbo'', first full-length single story film to be released on home video) (1951) # ''Disney/PeterPan'' (1953; last film to have ''all nine'' of Creator/DisneysNineOldMen working together, along with the last entry to be distributed by RKO Radio Pictures [[note]] Disputes over the nature documentary series ''True-Life Adventures'' and RKO drowning in turmoil convinced Disney to jump ship after other producers such as Samuel Goldwyn had already dumped them; RKO [[CreatorKiller went up the river a few years later after ''The Conquerer'' tanked.]] [[/note]]) Pictures) # ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' (1955; first entry to be distributed by Buena Vista; first animated film ever made in widescreen.) Vista) # ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' (1959; last film to be based on a fairy tale until ''The Little Mermaid''.) (1959) # ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' (1961; was the highest grossing animated film at one point, until ''The Lion King''; last of Walt's films to be released under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand.) (1961) # ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'' (1963; last to be released while Walt was alive; the impromptu GrandFinale reissue release for the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' home entertainment brand)alive)

# ''Disney/TheAristocats'' (1970; final film Walt personally green-lit, and the beginning of the DorkAge of Disney; final film released while Roy O. Disney was alive; last of the pre-management shift single-story films to be released on video, under the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' brand.) # ''Disney/RobinHood'' (1973; first film to not have Walt involved at all; first of the "untouchables" to be released on home video, under the then-new ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand, which also made it the first-post Walt film to be released on video; last film produced while all of DisneysNineOldMen were alive, for John Lounsbery died in 1976) # ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh''[=*=] (1977; partially made while Walt was alive; originally released as three separate shorts before being combined in 1977; along with ''The Three Caballeros'' and ''Fun And Fancy Free'', first package feature released on home video)
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# ''Disney/TheAristocats'' (1970; final film Walt personally green-lit, and the beginning of the DorkAge of Disney; final film released while Roy O. Disney was alive; last of the pre-management shift single-story films to be released on video, under the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' brand.) Disney) # ''Disney/RobinHood'' (1973; first film to not have Walt involved at all; first of the "untouchables" to be released on home video, under the then-new ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand, which also made it the first-post Walt film to be released on video; last film produced while all of DisneysNineOldMen were alive, for John Lounsbery died in 1976) (1973) # ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh''[=*=] (1977; partially made while Walt was alive; originally released as three separate shorts before being combined in 1977; along with ''The Three Caballeros'' and ''Fun And Fancy Free'', first package feature released on home video)alive)

# ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' (1981; last film that any of DisneysNineOldMen worked on minus Eric Larson, who would remain as a trainer and animation consultant through 1986; also last film to carry the Buena Vista logo and the last animated feature released before the 1984 management shift that brought Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Frank Wells into Disney; also the GrandFinale release for the ''Walt Disney Classics'' home video line). # ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' (1985; the first animated Disney film to carry a PG rating due to violence and nightmarish imagery; also first film to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo and the first film released under the new Eisner/Wells/Katzenberg/Roy E. Disney regime, although ''The Black Cauldron'' began development before the release of ''The Rescuers''; first film to have computer animation in it; first film to have NO songs at all; first film since ''Alice In Wonderland'' to have closing credits; final single-story canon movie up to 1998 to be released on video, under the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' brand.) # ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' (1986; last film that Eric Larson, the lone remaining member of DisneysNineOldMen, was credited on; he retired this year and died in 1988; first animated feature to have an extended computer animated sequence) # ''Disney/OliverAndCompany'' (1988; the last film of the Dark Age and the first film to began production under the Eisner/Wells/Katzenberg/Roy E. regime; last film to go ahead into the vault after completing its original theatrical run) # ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (1989; the first film of the ''Disney Renaissance''; first film to be based on a fairy tale since ''Sleeping Beauty''; first film to come straight to home video under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand after finishing its original theatrical run, making it only the second post-Walt film and the first one since ''Robin Hood'' to reach video; last film to utilize traditional animated cels) # ''[[Disney/TheRescuers The Rescuers Down Under]]'' (1990; the canon's only true sequel so far, first ''completely'' digital film ever produced)
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# ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' (1981; last film that any of DisneysNineOldMen worked on minus Eric Larson, who would remain as a trainer and animation consultant through 1986; also last film to carry the Buena Vista logo and the last animated feature released before the 1984 management shift that brought Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Frank Wells into Disney; also the GrandFinale release for the ''Walt Disney Classics'' home video line). on) # ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' (1985; the first animated Disney film to carry a PG rating due to violence and nightmarish imagery; also first film to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo and the first film released under the new Eisner/Wells/Katzenberg/Roy E. Disney regime, although ''The Black Cauldron'' began development before the release of ''The Rescuers''; first film to have computer animation in it; first film to have NO songs at all; first film since ''Alice In Wonderland'' to have closing credits; final single-story canon movie up to 1998 to be released on video, under the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' brand.) logo) # ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' (1986; last film that Eric Larson, the lone remaining member of DisneysNineOldMen, was credited on; he retired this year and died in 1988; first animated feature to have an extended computer animated sequence) (1986) # ''Disney/OliverAndCompany'' (1988; the last film of the Dark Age and the first film to began production under the Eisner/Wells/Katzenberg/Roy E. regime; last film to go ahead into the vault after completing its original theatrical run) Age) # ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (1989; the first film of the ''Disney Renaissance''; first film to be based on a fairy tale since ''Sleeping Beauty''; first film to come straight to home video under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand after finishing its original theatrical run, making it only the second post-Walt film and the first one since ''Robin Hood'' to reach video; last film to utilize traditional animated cels) Renaissance'') # ''[[Disney/TheRescuers The Rescuers Down Under]]'' (1990; the canon's only true sequel so far, first ''completely'' digital film ever produced)

# ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' (1992; last animated feature released while Frank Wells was alive; first film to break the $200 million mark; last of the post-management shift films to be released under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand) # ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (1994; first original story for the canon outside the package films; highest grossing of the Disney Animated Classics until ''Frozen''; last film fully made while Frank Wells was alive and the final film released during Jeffrey Katzenberg's employment at the company; also the highest selling of Disney's VHS tapes as the first post-Walt new release under the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' brand)
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# ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' (1992; last animated feature released while Frank Wells was alive; first film to break the $200 million mark; last of the post-management shift films to be released under the ''Walt Disney Classics'' brand) (1992) # ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (1994; first original story for the canon outside the package films; highest grossing of the Disney Animated Classics until ''Frozen''; last film fully made while Frank Wells was alive and the final film released during Jeffrey Katzenberg's employment at the company; also the highest selling of Disney's VHS tapes as the first post-Walt new release under the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' brand)(1994)

# ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' (1997; last film that Jeffrey Katzenberg had any input in) # ''Disney/{{Mulan}}'' (1998; most recent canon film to be included in one of Disney's specialty home video lines (it was the quarterfinal installment in the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' and the last post-Walt film to be released in that line) # ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' (1999; the last film of the ''Disney Renaissance''; first ''Tarzan'' series film to be animated) # ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}''[=*=] (1999; follow-up to ''Fantasia'' and the first package film since ''The Adventures Of Ichabod & Mr. Toad''; first animated film initially released in IMAX theaters; only post-Jeffrey Katzenberg/Frank Wells animated classic to be part of the current "Untouchables" lineup, [[note]] Those movies are ''Snow White'' to ''Bambi'' except ''Dumbo'', ''Cinderella'' to ''The Jungle Book'' except ''Alice In Wonderland'' and ''The Sword In The Stone'', and ''The Little Mermaid'' to ''The Lion King'' except ''The Rescuers Down Under''; all of these movies except the two ''Fantasias'' were part of the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' and ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' collections. [[/note]] though this movie started production when Wells and Katzenberg were still part of the Disney family, though the latter was not fond of the idea, possibly due to its scope, ambition and cost, and declined involvement in any part of the film)
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# ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' (1997; last film that Jeffrey Katzenberg had any input in) (1997) # ''Disney/{{Mulan}}'' (1998; most recent canon film to be included in one of Disney's specialty home video lines (it was the quarterfinal installment in the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' and the last post-Walt film to be released in that line) (1998) # ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' (1999; the last film of the ''Disney Renaissance''; first ''Tarzan'' series film to be animated) Renaissance'') # ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}''[=*=] (1999; follow-up to ''Fantasia'' and the first package film since ''The Adventures Of Ichabod & Mr. Toad''; ''Fantasia''; first animated film initially released in IMAX theaters; only post-Jeffrey Katzenberg/Frank Wells animated classic to be part of the current "Untouchables" lineup, [[note]] Those movies are ''Snow White'' to ''Bambi'' except ''Dumbo'', ''Cinderella'' to ''The Jungle Book'' except ''Alice In Wonderland'' and ''The Sword In The Stone'', and ''The Little Mermaid'' to ''The Lion King'' except ''The Rescuers Down Under''; all of these movies except the two ''Fantasias'' were part of the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' and ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' collections. [[/note]] though this movie started production when Wells and Katzenberg were still part of the Disney family, though the latter was not fond of the idea, possibly due to its scope, ambition and cost, and declined involvement in any part of the film)theaters)

# ''Disney/BrotherBear'' (2003; final film released before Roy E. Disney's resignation and Save Disney campaign) # ''Disney/HomeOnTheRange'' (2004; planned as the last 2D animation, reversed in 2009; last animated feature released during Michael Eisner's tenure at Disney) # ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' (2005; first ''true'' CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}}; last film fully made under Michael Eisner; last film released before John Lasseter's ascension to Chief Creative Officer of Disney; last film to carry a variation of the original Walt Disney Pictures logo and first film released under Bob Iger's tenure at Disney) # ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'' (2007; first to carry the feature animation studio's own VanityPlate as well as the new computer-animated Walt Disney Pictures logo)
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# ''Disney/BrotherBear'' (2003; final film released before Roy E. Disney's resignation and Save Disney campaign) (2003) # ''Disney/HomeOnTheRange'' (2004; planned as the last 2D animation, reversed in 2009; last animated feature released during Michael Eisner's tenure at Disney) (2004) # ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' (2005; first ''true'' CGI movie done without Creator/{{Pixar}}; last film fully made under Michael Eisner; last film released before John Lasseter's ascension to Chief Creative Officer of Disney; last film to carry a variation of the original Walt Disney Pictures logo and first film released under Bob Iger's tenure at Disney) Creator/{{Pixar}}) # ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'' (2007; first to carry the feature animation studio's own VanityPlate as well as the new computer-animated Walt Disney Pictures logo)VanityPlate)

# ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' (2009; first 2D film after 2004; also what some fans are calling the start of the Second Disney Renaissance/the Disney Revival, sometimes along with ''Bolt''; final film released while Roy E. Disney was alive; he died a few days later)
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# ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' (2009; first 2D film after 2004; also what some fans are calling the start of the Second Disney Renaissance/the Disney Revival, sometimes along with ''Bolt''; final film released while Roy E. Disney was alive; he died a few days later)Revival)

# ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''[=*=] (2011; last 2D film to date; most recent package film) # ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' (2012; first animated feature to have the alternate Walt Disney Pictures logo that just says "Disney"; first feature to have a custom-made vanity plate for the studio and first feature to incorporate "guest" characters such as ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' that Disney did not own rights to) # ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' (2013; first entry to win an UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestAnimatedFeature; is currently the highest grossing animated feature of all time) # ''Disney/BigHero6'' (2014; won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature; first film adapted from a Disney-acquired property, in this case, Creator/{{Marvel}}, who Disney bought in 2009)
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# ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''[=*=] (2011; last 2D film to date; most recent package film) ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' (2011) # ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' (2012; first animated feature to have the alternate Walt Disney Pictures logo that just says "Disney"; first feature to have a custom-made vanity plate for the studio and first feature to incorporate "guest" characters such as ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' that Disney did not own rights to) (2012) # ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' (2013; first entry to win an UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestAnimatedFeature; is currently the highest grossing animated feature of all time) UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestAnimatedFeature) # ''Disney/BigHero6'' (2014; won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature; first film adapted from a Disney-acquired property, in this case, Creator/{{Marvel}}, who Disney bought in 2009) Feature)
30th Oct '15 11:32:20 PM jameygamer
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# ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}''[=*=] (1999; follow-up to ''Fantasia'' and the first package film since ''The Adventures Of Ichabod & Mr. Toad''; first animated film initially released in IMAX theaters; only post-Jeffrey Katzenberg/Frank Wells animated classic to be part of the current "Untouchables" lineup, [[note]] Those movies are ''Snow White'' to ''Bambi'' except ''Dumbo'', ''Cinderella'' to ''The Jungle Book'' except ''Alice In Wonderland'' and ''The Sword In The Stone'', and ''The Little Mermaid'' to ''The Lion King'' except ''The Rescuers Down Under''; all of these movies except the two ''Fantasias'' were part of the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' and ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' collections. [[/note]] though this movie started production when Wells and Katzenberg were still part of the Disney family)
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# ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}''[=*=] (1999; follow-up to ''Fantasia'' and the first package film since ''The Adventures Of Ichabod & Mr. Toad''; first animated film initially released in IMAX theaters; only post-Jeffrey Katzenberg/Frank Wells animated classic to be part of the current "Untouchables" lineup, [[note]] Those movies are ''Snow White'' to ''Bambi'' except ''Dumbo'', ''Cinderella'' to ''The Jungle Book'' except ''Alice In Wonderland'' and ''The Sword In The Stone'', and ''The Little Mermaid'' to ''The Lion King'' except ''The Rescuers Down Under''; all of these movies except the two ''Fantasias'' were part of the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' and ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' collections. [[/note]] though this movie started production when Wells and Katzenberg were still part of the Disney family)family, though the latter was not fond of the idea, possibly due to its scope, ambition and cost, and declined involvement in any part of the film)
20th Oct '15 1:53:14 PM jameygamer
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# ''Disney/MakeMineMusic''[=*=] (1946; the last of Walt's films to be released on video/DVD, under the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' brand.)
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# ''Disney/MakeMineMusic''[=*=] (1946; the last of Walt's films and the last canon film of the 20th century period to be released on video/DVD, under the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' brand.)
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