Disney Films Wikipedia

Frequently Asked Questions

    Where can I find a list of Disney films?
    I have a moderate collection of classic disney films but I want to know what ones I am missing. Like you know how Snow White was the first one, and the recently released Pinocchio was Disney's second fully animated feature film. I've googled for the list but none of the lists are complete. Does anyone know where I can find this info please?

    • ANSWER:
      Try this list. It has the years and everything


    What are the one or two best Disney films?
    Or the best ten. You can answer however you want.

    Here is a link to the official canon: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_theatrical_animated_features

    Do you have a favourite Disney film that you would not consider one of the best?

    • ANSWER:
      I really like the remakes of Peter Pan and Alice and Wonderland. I'm sure you've seen the Slice in Wonderland previews, but this is the Peter Pan one. I love this movie :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELaN3V9TSo
      Does Finding Nemo count? That movie was amazing. Such a great meaning to it; plus it was funny. :)

    Help getting a list of Disney Halloween Movies?
    I really like the disney halloween movies. As corny and crapy most disney films are these days, they seem to do pretty well with halloween films. Can someone point me in the direction of a completed list? Or if you cant do that maybe help by naming some you know? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      This claims to be the full list, but i'm sure there must be some more

      Twitches Too 2007 83 mins. NR
      Return to Halloweentown 2006 88 mins. NR
      Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie 2005 67 mins. G
      Twitches 2005 86 mins. PG
      Halloweentown High 2004 83 mins. G
      Haunted Mansion, The 2003 88 mins. PG
      Scream Team, The 2002 100 mins. G
      Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge

      But wikipedia seems to have a full list:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_Channel's_Hauntober_Fest#Halloween_Disney_Channel_Original_Movies there seems to be alot to choose from

    Anyone know books or movies that the prime plot is a famous person met an ordinary person?
    Doesn't matter if it's a disney film, like in High school theme, just that a famous guy or girl met and fell in love with an ordinary person.

    • ANSWER:
      StarStruck (2010)
      Another Cinderella Story (2008)

    Does anyone remember this Disney movie about the boogeyman?
    I remember seeing it when I was little - probably the late 80s. It was a Disney film on TV. I swear it was called The Boogeyman or Mr. Boogeymand, or there was a boogyeman in it and I remember something about a Black Widow. No one else remembers it!

    • ANSWER:
      I think you are talking about Mr. Boogedy (1986) that was on ABC on sunday night it was quite scary at the time, here is a web-site that will tell you about it.

      and movie poster http://www.flixster.com/movie/mr-boogedy

      There was a sequel to it called Bride of Boogedy (1987) that also aired on ABC on sunday night. Those are the ones that aired in the late 1980's

      But if you are talking about the movie Don't Look Under The Bed that aired in 1999 on the Disney channel that had the Boogeyman in it then here is the site for you to see the poster of it.

      Well I hope this helped, enjoy! *Jena

    What are some names of Disney cat characters?
    I just got a new cat and I want to name him after a Disney character.
    The best I've got is Simba, and I really can't think of anything else. Help?

    • ANSWER:
      Simba IS great :)
      There are also all the cats from The Aristocats! Thomas O'Malley, Berlioz, and Toulouse are good ones.
      Bagheera from The Jungle Book
      Figaro from Pinnochio
      Kumal or Sangha from Two Brothers (not an animated Disney film, but a good movie...)
      Oliver from Oliver & Company
      Milo from Milo & Otis
      Rufus- The Rescuers
      Tiger- An American Tail

      Here is a huge list of all "fictional cats", Disney and otherwise. I'm sure you can find something here!

    What are the Disney classics in order?
    I love animated Disney movies, like Cinderella and Snow white, but with all the new ones being released, I don't know what to consider classics anymore. What were the animated classic Disney movies in order of release? I'm positive my list isn't full yet.

    • ANSWER:
      you might have a different definition of classic so look through this list

    Someone good at finding soundtracks for a disney film answer please?
    I watched G-Force yesterday at the cinema. And there was a song in it which was really catchy, it wasn't any of the two black eyed peas song in there, or it wasn't the new flo rida and nelly furtado one either, ive never heard it before before i watched this film.

    I have checked wikipedia and the official disney site which has the film credits on there, but i couldn't see the song titles which are featured in it.

    If anyone knows please tell me (: thanks

    • ANSWER:
      Here are list of the songs played in the movie, and when they are played:

      Using welding torch to break in – Don’t Cha by Thomas DeCarlo Callaway and Anthony L. Ray
      Video game – Just Dance by Lady GaGa (HCCR’s Bombassa Main Mix)
      (unkown scene) – Mexicano by Tremander
      Tour of G-force facility – I Gotta Feeling by Black Eyed Peas
      (unknown scene) – Ready To Rock by Steve Rushton
      Break out of cage – Boom Boom Pow by Black Eyed Peas
      Trying to get purchased at the pet store – Boom Boom Pow by Black Eyed Peas
      Dress-up at the house (dress, nails) - How Do You Sleep by Jesse McCartney
      Remote control car – Falling Down by Space Cowboy
      Skateboard – Jump by Flo Rida
      Fireworks – O Fortuna by The London Symphony Orchestra and Richard Hickox
      Get out of the rollerball – Just Dance by Lady GaGa
      End credits, first song – Jump by Flo Rida
      End credits, second song – I Gotta Feeling by Black Eyed Peas

      Another song played during the movie at an unspecified time is "I Wanna Know What Love Is" by Foreigner.

    What is the name of the Disney Character who is from an older movie?
    that has a white large poodle and her costume is like white with kelly green - and has a really large "showboat" type hat.. It's not Mary Poppins since there was no poodle.. I saw like 4 of them around Disney and I have no idea who it is or from what movie

    • ANSWER:
      I was thinking maybe Pollyanna or something, but sorry, I can't figure it out. I did find a list of the Disney characters at Walt Disney World (it would help other answerers to know if you were there or at Disneyland, in case the characters are different) and where they appear. It's for people who are traveling there and want to know which characters are where. You could compare that list to your encounters and see who the character is and then look up the movie on the Wikipedia Disney movies page.

      list of characters (page gives you choice of format to view or download):

      Disney movies Wiki page:

      If you were at Disneyland, I found this travel website with a list of them from A to Z and where they are found:

      and a fan website that has a lot of photograph sets of Disneyland cast members:

    What was the first disney movie ever made?
    What was the first major disney movie ever made.....and when was it made?

    • ANSWER:
      it lookslike it was snow white nad the seven dwarves made in 1937


    Who wrote the song for Walt Disney Pictures intro?
    The one that stars in the sky, then comes around in front of the castle. It's in the beginning in all Disney films.

    • ANSWER:
      "When You Wish upon a Star" is a song written by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington for Walt Disney's 1940 adaptation of Pinocchio. The original version of the song was sung by Cliff Edwards in the character of Jiminy Cricket and is heard over the opening credits and again in the final scene of the film. The song has since become the theme song to The Walt Disney Company.


    Does anybody have a full list of all the disney movies, or know where i could get one?
    Me and My friends have disney movie nights and we are trying to see how many more movies until we get them all. Both animated and not animated would be great!


    • ANSWER:
      Always report to the wiki! It's actually a very accurate list.


    What episode of Full moon wo sagashite is this?
    She is in a singing studio. And relizes the other singer copied her song (its one of the 1st eps) Her song midea came from the little mirmade story which later became a disney film....Arigato :)

    • ANSWER:
      Holy fudge! My name's Rebecca also, (spelled differently) and I LOVE Full Moon wo Sagashite! Okay, I'm not exactly sure what episode it is, I think that it's episode 24, My Father's Song. You can go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Full_Moon_o_Sagashite_episodes to look up a list of episodes, but on that website, the description is: Mitsuki second single will be "ETERNAL SNOW," a secret song by the legendary band, ROUTE:L, and written by Mitsuki's father, Aoi. "Coincidentally," Madoka chooses to debut as a singer with that very song.

      Is this the episode that you're looking for?

      Also, do you know a girl named Nicolette (not sure how it's spelled) who's father is in a band called Rocamundo, and a girl named Kathleen DeVries in 7th grade whose mother is also in that band, and would be in you're Rainbows group?

      Sorry if I creep you out... But if the answer is yes, then I know you.

    What is the disney film Fantasia about?
    ermm yeah i've never seen it and i've searched like wikipedia about it and doesn't say anything about the plot. Is it a musical or what i know it has mickey the mouse in it but what is it about? and what characters are in it?

    • ANSWER:
      It's various segments of animation with various themes, imagine a music video compilation show but with classical music.

      At the beginning the conductor says it's all about where the imagination can take you when you close your eyes and allow your thoughts to be moved by the music. It starts off with just colours moving to the music and very quickly forms into set pieces with dinosaurs, or magicians (the mickey mouse part), or dancing crocodiles and hippos, and so on.

    What's the difference between an amateur film and an independent film?
    Just wondering.... Many first time Directors (like Kevin Smith) started out by making an independent film.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clerks#Reception Many others (like Peter Jackson) has started out with making amateur films.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Valley_(film) BEST ANSWER GETS 5 POINTS

    • ANSWER:
      Amateur Film is the low-budget hobbyist art of film practiced for passion and enjoyment and not for business purposes.


      The technical definition of the phrase independent film is: any movie that was funded with less than 50% of money that came from one of the "big six" major film studios, which are Columbia Pictures (MGM and UA), 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Pictures/Touchstone Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios.

    What was the first live action Disney movie made?
    I know Snow White was the first full length animated movie in '37.
    The Little Red Riding Hood short was the first ever animated films from '22.
    Plane Crazy was the first animated film with Mickey Mouse from ‘28.
    20,000 Leagues Under The Sea was the first live action movie from '54 with a big budget, but what was the FIRST full length live action movie?

    • ANSWER:
      1950 Treasure Island



      Although Fantastia (1940) was the first one to have actual real people in it, just not throughout the whole movie. It was combined live action and animation

    Beauty and the Beast was to be made by Disney in the 30s and 50s?
    Does anyone have any good links to find more information about this? Apparently Disney had tried to make Beauty on two seperate occasions, once in the 1930s and then in the 1950s.

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    what are some books or movies that are about walt disney world war two propagnda?
    any form of media or any websites help too. and wherever i can buy these would be great. but i need either the war about germany or the one about japan and how walt disney made cartoons or propaganda. thats be great, thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Walt the man behind the myth had about a 3 minute segment in it. There is also a couple of great websites you may like one is
      it talks about Walt Disney Studios propaganda during World War II
      There is also the
      It has an Article from Life Mag and has some pictures you may like.

      Is the Wikipedia website that may help you as it sites lot of facts and sources.

      and last but not least is
      it has several web-sites you can connect to that have videos and comics about everything that has to do with what you need.

      Hope this helps you and Enjoy! *Jena

    What is the name of this children's film company that produces animated shorts?
    I know this is vague, but I remember when I was little watching these animated short films that weren't made by any large company. I always sorted them in my memory with the Rankin Bass films. I don't remember much, but I remember the logo being painted out in primary colors and that is was an acronym. I distinctly remember it starting with an "F" and I think there could have been an "I" or "L", possibly an "E." It was also all lowercase. Does anyone have any ideas?

    The animation was cheap quality compared to companies like Disney.

    • ANSWER:
      Family Home Entertainment

    What orchestra plays the original Disney soundtracks?
    Is there like a Disney Symphony Orchestra or something?

    • ANSWER:
      they use different orchestras on their films.

    When will the Disney Channel games 2009 be filmed?
    I want to vist my nana who lives near Disney World and was going to order tickets soon. If any one could help me find the dates when they are acutally going to be filmed, not appear on tv unless it is live which i dont think it is. PLEASE HELP ME , the only source i found was wikipedia which isnt that reliable?

    • ANSWER:
      call 1-407-w disney they should know just have to get past the recording to talk to a human

    How do you find out when a movie enters the Disney Vault?
    I want to begin stocking up on DVD's before they enter the vault. Where can I find out this info ahead of time? I don't watch a ton of tv, so I don't see the commercials.

    • ANSWER:
      This is taken from the Wikipedia on Disney Vault:

      The "Disney Vault" is a figurative representation of Walt Disney Home Entertainment's practice of releasing its animated features produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios on home video for a finite amount of time before placing them on moratorium.

      The practice is the modern version of Disney's practice of re-releasing its animated films in theaters every seven years, which began with the reissue of 1937's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1944. [1] When VHS eroded the market for theatrical reissues by the early 1990s, Disney shifted its moratorium practices towards home video releases. Typically, a major Disney animated film is released on video or DVD for a pre-established amount of time, ranging from sixty days (the first Disney DVD releases in 1999) [2] to several years. [3]

      During the 1980s and 1990s, when the home video market was dominated by VHS systems, Disney films would be reissued every seven years, a time gap equal to that of their theatrical reissues. With the transition to DVD technology, the moratorium period was increased to up to ten years. [2] Television commercials for Disney home video releases will alert customers that certain films will be placed on moratorium soon, urging them to purchase these films before they "go back into the 'Disney Vault'". Some direct-to-video Disney films, among them Bambi II, have also been released with a pre-established window of availability. [4]

      The Walt Disney Company itself states that this process is done to both control their market and to allow Disney films to be fresh for new generations of young children. [5] A side effect of the moratorium process is the fact that videos and DVDs of Disney films placed on moratorium become collector's items, sold in stores and at auction websites such as eBay for sums in excess of their original suggested retail price. Disney's live-action films, Disney films that are produced by the Pixar studio, and films released by Disney's other film divisions/labels (Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Miramax Films) are not held to this rule, generally only being discontinued when a newer edition is released.

    What part does disney have in studio ghibli films?
    Honestly. Disney started sucking years ago. I don't even think "Brave" was all they said it was, and the shows they play nowadays?. Jesus, play something good like the old days. But really. i LOVE studio ghibli. But what part does disney have in it?.

    • ANSWER:
      Quoted from Wikipedia: "Many of Ghibli's works are distributed in Japan by Toho. Internationally, The Walt Disney Company has rights to all of Ghibli's output that did not have previous international distribution, including the global, non-Japan distribution rights to Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away. As of September 2011, they share North American theatrical rights with GKids while domestic right remain with Disney"

      And FYI, Disney has the rights to Marvel (all Marvel that isn't Spider-man or X-Men), so The Avengers is a Disney movie. Pirates of the Caribbean is Disney.

      Also, Tangled was adorable.

    Easy 10 Points: How does the film High School Musical reflect youth culture today?
    How does the film High School Musical reflect youth culture today?
    What aspects of high school musical 1 actually occur in high school?

    • ANSWER:
      Bwa ha ha ha ha!

      Really? really?


      There are actually "cliques" in high school, problems of peer pressure, and mean kids who try to cause trouble just because they can. The movie and show also shot footage in actual school buildings--so you have an actual gym and stuff! And of course, high school basketball team's top player is a white boy who leads his team in elaborate musical numbers on the basketball court! This actually happens all the time! According to Disney--and they wouldn't lie!

    What are some movies centered around ranches?
    Movies that have to do with like dude ranches and riding horses and stuff. The only ones I could think of are:

    City Slickers
    Horse Whisperer
    Disney's Horse Sense

    • ANSWER:
      Flicka (2006) is pretty good.
      But I liked this one better even though it's not exactly about a dude ranch:
      Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story (2005) w/ Dakota Fanning

    What was one of the older disney channel movies from the 1990s with fairy godmothers?
    It wasn't animated and I remember in the beginning they were taking tests and i think someone lost their wand or something so they were stuck in a building. And a kid travels to different parts of the world either using the wand or using the help of a fairy. Sorry I'm being vague. I think I saw this movie over 10 years ago so I can't really describe much.

    • ANSWER:
      A Simple Wish (1997)
      starring Martin Short, Mara Wilson, Robert Pastorelli, Amanda Plummer, Kathleen Turner, Ruby Dee, Teri Garr
      Wikipedia summary excerpt:
      The film begins with many fairy godmothers taking an exam,. Among them is one male fairy godmother. After a few hours of unsuccessfully trying to copy the others' exams in order to pass his own more quickly, Murray eventually finishes. Three months, we see park carriage driver Oliver Greening. After an accident with his horse, he picks up his daughter and son, Annabel and Charlie, from school, whereupon Oliver must go to his audition for a musical based on "A Tale of Two Cities".
      You can read the rest here: Meanwhile in the other world, Claudia, a former fairy godmother turned evil witch, has shown up uninvited. She is angry about having her wand taken away years ago and plans to steal the others' wands, making her unstoppable.
      YouTube might have the complete film. Here's Part 1:

    Is the movie Nirnia from Disney channel? Like is it a Disney channel movie? ?
    Is the movie Nirnia from Disney channel? Like is it a Disney channel movie?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes it is a disney movie

      chk this

    Is there still hope for traditional animation?
    I'm considering going into the field of animation (traditional animation in particular), but from what it appears, computer animation seems to be the more dominant division of animation. I've also heard rumors that Disney plans on producing only computer animated films in the future. Is this true?

    • ANSWER:
      You should definitely go into it if that's what you want to do. There is still plenty of work available in it - even though not many feature films are being made using it at the moment, 2D animated cartoons still dominate television (and always will, I think), anime is absolutely huge, and there's a lot of future in web animation as well. 2D computer animation is becoming popular, so if you learn that as well as hand-drawn animation, you shouldn't have any problems.

      Disney did make that decision but have since overturned it. I strongly feel that traditional animation is on the verge of an enormous comeback. Disney's traditionally animated classics continue to be the most popular animated films of all time (Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin etc) and consumers are quite sick of CG animated movies with funny animals at this point. The next Disney traditionally animated movie, The Princess and the Frog, is due out next year, a classic musical produced by the same people that produced Aladdin and The Little Mermaid (wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Princess_and_the_Frog ). If it is even half as good as either of the aforementioned, it will be absolutely massive, as people are longing for another movie like this - and more will follow its success. :) You may just find you entered the industry at exactly the right moment.

      Alternatively, you could study computer animation, but if you prefer the traditional way, that's what you should do - animation is hard work and you need to love it, so you need to choose what it is you most love over everything else.

      Good luck!

    Can you name all the Disney Pixar Characters?
    Every single character ever in a pixar film! Ex: Buzz Lightyear, Edna Mode, Dug, etc. I need as many as possible, and if possible a brief description of their personality! It would help a lot! Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      I'd type every one for you, but there's already a list typed up with all major characters from all Pixar movies. For descriptions, just click on the character .=-)


    I was wondering if anyone could leave a complete chronologically disney movie list?
    I know I asked for just 2000-present before, but the list I had from 2000-under did not have all of them on it. I'd really would appreciate it as I am trying to track them all down, and then I am going to store then for the future.

    • ANSWER:
      this do ?


    Has there been a major stage musical of Jungle Book which used the Sherman musical score?
    I'm asking solely about any version using the Sherman musical score only - (from the Walt Disney film)
    The music is fantastic. I'd love to see the 'apes' playing the brass instruments and dancing. Can anyone lend me a few million. (and what are U2 producing.. flipping Spiderman doh)

    • ANSWER:
      No, not yet, but Disney Theatrical (the stage branch of Walt Disney) is apparently developing a musical production of the film for La Jolla Playhouse in Summer 2011. This may end up on Broadway or in the West End, you never know!


      However, productions and CDs of Tarzan, Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Lion King and Hunchback of Notre (in German) are currently available. Also, productions of Aladdin and Dumbo seem to be in the works too!

    What is the name of this Disney Original film about time travel, with Jason Dolley?
    It's about 3 friends who go back in time and help people who've gotten bullied in school. They wear white snow suits and call themselves the "Minute Men."

    • ANSWER:
      Its called Minutemen.

      For more information about the movie, visit this site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minutemen_%28film%29

      Hope this helps!

    Why was pinocchio so popular in 1940 when the disney movie came out?
    This is for a project. I cant find this information, can someone tell me:

    was there any link between the war and the popularity of the movie.
    Why has the movie continued to be popular?

    • ANSWER:
      According to Wikipedia, the movie was initially not much of a success due to the war and a delayed release. But people, I think, came to empathize with Pinocchio wanting to better himself, not only for himself, but for his "family".
      The main song "When You Wish Upon a Star" really resonates with people as a song that expresses a yearning for your deepest heart's wish to come true. Which I guess also would make it popular in the aftermath of the Great Depression and then World War II. (my take on it)

      You can read a bit more here:

      Hope this helps :)

    Songs by a female artist that were in movies?
    My choir class is having a concert and i want to do a solo. But it has to be from a movie. I was just wondering if anyone would know any? Preferably from Disney, Dream-Works, or Nick movies?

    • ANSWER:
      Go on wikipedia and look at all the pixar/ dreamworks animated films and look at their songlist.

    is the song of the south from disney based off a book?
    walt disney's works are almost always based off books, but sometimes only tales that are a few pages long. is song of the south a book?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, the film is based on stories written down by a man named Joel Chandler Harris who wrote down the stories of Br'er (Brother) Rabbit from the African-American Oral Tradition. He created Unce Remus who tells these stories.

      Have put a link in to the Song of the South from Wikipedia which should help to clarify.

    What cartoon film was this scene from?
    I saw a cartoon film in the 90s and can't remember the title of it. It was set in New York with at least one cat who puffed up when he went over a subway vent. (It's not Oliver and Company.) There is also a scene with a cat who fiddles with a toy ship in a gangster's office and breaks it. Any ideas?

    • ANSWER:

      Hope this helps. Good luck!!

    What was your homeschooling experience like? How many years did you homeschool?
    I have been homeschooled for 5 years. This question is for homeschoolers and former homeschoolers only.

    • ANSWER:
      This is my 2nd year of home schooling and my last year of school. I graduate this year (2009-2010). I can tell you, It is a trillion times better than Public School. I never want to go back to Public School. A few people said I'd regret leaving But I don't regret it one bit, In fact I wish I could have left a lot sooner. Since I have been home schooled I have never been happier. I wish I could have been home schooled my whole life. I hated every second of Public School & I'm glad I don't have to go to it anymore. I wasn't thankful for it then & I'm not thankful for it now. Home schooling you can be yourself while in Public School they'll try to change you. Public School you can't be yourself.

      Being home schooled you have many more benefits, such as More Free Time, More Freedom, No Peer Pressure, No getting up Super Early, No being told what you should & shouldn't like, I can go on forever with pros of home schooling. I love home schooling so much. No more Peer Pressure, No more Stress, No more Rumors, No more being told what I should & shouldn't like. It's a dream come true.

      I have so much Freedom, I don't even know what to do with it. I highly doubt a lot of people go to their High School Reunions & I highly doubt a lot of home school individuals wish that they can go to Public School. Why? So they can get bullied & hurt all the time? Whatever.

      I'm pretty sure college will be much better & with nicer people.
      In Public School, If you don't like what most of the students like or if you like or do something different from them, You're automatically an outsider or whatever they make up according to them. Really Stupid.

      Like at the school I used to attend, If you're a guy & you like Disney, Animated Films/ TV Shows, The Golden Girls, Anime, Hannah Montana, Nickolodeon or Dancing. You're automatically gay according to them. Really Stupid. I'm pretty sure there's more things But I don't know. They'll also try to make up false rumors about the things you like to try & make attempts to get you to stop liking it.

      Like for me, They kept trying to tell me a bunch of lies about Walt Disney, Saying he was related to Hitler & that he hated Jews & White People. Also saying that he & Hitler are brothers. Really Stupid. Too add, It's like it's against the law at that school for a guy to like those things that I listed. Home schooling you can be yourself & like whatever you want. In Public School, If you try to be yourself, There's a good chance the students will try & change you anyway they can.

      Like I said, I never want to go back to Public School, If I did, I might as well commit a crime & get locked up in San Quentin, Folsom or Sing Sing. Or I might as well Highjack a plane & crash it in to Mt. Everest, Mt. Etna, Mt. Mckinley, Mt. Vesuvius, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mt. Saint Helens or any mountain you can think of. Or I might as well Highjack a plane, Fly it to some country on South America, Jump in the Amazon River & get eaten & attacked by Piranhas. Or do that same thing, Fly it to some country on Africa, Jump in the Nile River & drown in the Nile or get eaten & attacked by whatever sea creatures inhabit the Nile.

      Also In Public School, Teachers expect way too much from you. Like I said. I love home schooling & I have never been happier. If I was still going to Public School. I'd probably be dead already or I'd be phoning a suicide hotline like crazy. Google Kids who were bullied to death or People who killed themselves because of bullying.











    What other animated films have disney chanel made?
    iv been thinking cause i know the new phineas and ferb across the second dimension is on on the 30th sept but i cant think of any other animated films that they have made have they?By the i mean disney CHANEL not disney XD

    • ANSWER:
      Disney Channel doesn't make many animated movies, most are live-action. You can check and see for yourself here:


      ... which ones are animated and not. The ones that I recognize as being animated are:

      The Proud Family Move
      Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama
      Kim Possible Movie: A Sitch in Time

    What was that animated Disney movie from a few years back? The main character is a girl.?
    I remember her mother died or something but it was never talked about. She did not have a mother only a father.

    • ANSWER:
      The Little Mermaid?

      Beauty and the Beast?



      Bambi? (I know its a boy, but i always thought of him as a girl when he was younger lol)

      This website has all of the disney movies from the old animated movies to finding nemo


    What is the song at the very beginning of Disney's original Cinderella?
    And also, where can I find the full lyrics to it?

    • ANSWER:
      According to wikipedia this is the list of songs from the 1950 Disney movie:

      "Cinderella" - The Jud Conlon Chorus
      "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" - Cinderella
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" - Drizella, Cinderella
      "The Work Song" - The Mice
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" - The Fairy Godmother
      "So This Is Love" - Cinderella and Prince Charming
      "So This Is Love (reprise)" - Cinderella
      "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (reprise)" - The Jud Conlon Chorus

      I assume you're talking about the "Cinderella" theme used for the opening credits.


    Does anyone know anything about the new disney movie called Brave?
    I've seen previews in theatres but I want to know more.

    • ANSWER:
      Brave is a 2012 film. It's an upcoming American 3D computer-animated fantasy adventure film. In the film, the skilled archer Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) defies an age-old custom, unleashing chaos in the kingdom. After consulting a wise old woman (voiced by Julie Walters) for help, she becomes cursed and is forced to undo the spell before it is too late.

      The movie is being produced by Pixar Animation Studios, making this their thirteenth feature film, and will be released by Walt Disney Pictures. It was written by Brenda Chapman and Irene Mecchi, and it is being directed by Mark Andrews, who took over from Chapman. The film is scheduled for release on June 22, 2012 in the United States.

      The synopsis of the film reads: "Since ancient times, stories of epic battles and mystical legends have been passed through the generations across the rugged and mysterious Highlands of Scotland. In Brave, a new tale joins the lore when the courageous Merida (Kelly Macdonald) confronts tradition, destiny and the fiercest of beasts. Merida is a skilled archer and impetuous daughter of King Fergus (Billy Connolly) and Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson). Determined to carve her own path in life, Merida defies an age-old custom sacred to the uproarious lords of the land: massive Lord MacGuffin (Kevin McKidd), surly Lord Macintosh (Craig Ferguson) and cantankerous Lord Dingwall (Robbie Coltrane). Merida’s actions inadvertently unleash chaos and fury in the kingdom, and when she turns to an eccentric old Witch (Julie Walters) for help, she is granted an ill-fated wish. The ensuing peril forces Merida to discover the meaning of true bravery in order to undo a beastly curse before it’s too late."

      Want to know more search it on wikipedia

    is it hard to find the Disney Robin hood movie on DVD, When will it be released again?
    I don't have a credit card but only a debit card, No amazon ones.

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    What exactly is the new world order?
    Can someone give me a good definition that is understandable .. not like the ones at wikipedia .. in your own words, what is the new world order? And why is it bad? I heard some things about it but i dont understand what it ecactly is and how it effects/effected us?

    • ANSWER:
      The Illuminati is a secret society that has been around since 1776, they want to create a one world government, a "New World Order," with themselves in charge. The Illuminati are generally powerful and rich people. The Illuminati will kill anyone, anywhere at any time to get what they need.

      The people that are "Anti-New World Order" and speak out against the Illuminati will be murdered like 2Pac and Michael Jackson. 2Pac and Michael Jackson were going to warn the entire world about what the Illuminati are planning. If you look at the title of 2Pac's album "The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory" for example; 2Pac was referring to the Illuminati in this title, Kill + Illuminati. In the song "They Don't Care About Us" by Michael Jackson, "they" is the Illuminati. The Illuminati killed 2Pac, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Marilyn Monroe, Jon Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, John F. Kennedy, Abe Lincoln, Princess Diana, Martin Luther King, the list goes on.

      The Illuminati control everything, the music industry, film industry, pharmaceutical (legal industry), medical industry, colleges, banking institutions, Wall Street and the Political System. Their symbol is even on our money.

      The Illuminati control our Presidential Elections. Usually the president, who gets the most sponsorship, in the form of money and media coverage, wins the election. The Illuminati control the media, so whoever the Illuminati choose as a presidential candidate will win the election. They will also sponsor the other candidate too, to have entertainment for the public. Sometimes this does not always go according to plan, for example, in the election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. In Florida George W. Bush "won" over Al Gore. The Illuminati cheated so that their pre-elected candidate would win presidency. The Illuminati choose the presidential candidate with the closest blood lines.

      These are the thirteen families in the Illuminati:
      1. Astor
      2. Bundy
      3. Collins
      4. DuPont
      5. Freeman
      6. Kennedy
      7. Li (Chinese)
      8. Onassis
      9. Rockefeller
      10. Rothschild
      11. Russell
      12. van Duyn
      13. Merovingian (European Royal Families)
      These families have "ties" with the Illuminati:
      1. Reynolds
      2. Disney
      3. Krupp
      4. McDonald

      Most of the major wars and economic depressions/recessions of the past 100 years were carefully planned out by the Illuminati. Some of these include: The Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII, The Great Depression, the Rise of Nazi Germany, Korean War, Vietnam War, 1991 Gulf War and French Revolution.

      Do you remember all of the unnecessary hype about the New Millennium, or the alleged Y2K crisis? This hype was created by the Illuminati. This had people selling their homes, building shelters, stocking up on survival kits, etc. The Illuminati are also building hype for a 2012 phenomenon. I do not think that anything major is going to happen in 2012. When 2012 comes and goes, it will be shown to be the biggest hoax since the Y2K phenomenon.

      A "New World Order" could be bad because the Illuminati want to drastically reduce the world's population.

    What speech is it that Disney Pixar uses in the beginning of the short film Day and Night.?
    its in the intro for the day and night short film used in toy story 3.
    Im not sure if its Walt Disney or his brother Roy Disney.
    Very inspiring speech.

    • ANSWER:
      "The radio broadcast in Day & Night is taken from a radio broadcast by Dr. Wayne Dyer, a motivational speaker and author."


    What are some connections to Alice in Wonderland in other films, music, books, etc?
    I am doing a project for my English Literature class and I am trying to find relationships between AIW and anything else in pop culture, but it's hard to find connections when you don't know what you're looking for. I do know about the connection with The Matrix, but anything else would be really helpful!

    • ANSWER:
      Do adaptations count? Wikipedia has an extensive list of adaptations: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice's_Adventures_in_Wonderland#Adaptations

      Here is a list of stuff based on Alice in Wonderland: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Works_based_on_Alice_in_Wonderland

      And if it isn't mentioned anywhere in there... the film Pan's Labyrinth is very much related, and while not strictly an adaptation or retelling of AIW, there are many similar themes, scenes... notice even the girl wears similar clothing to those worn by Alice (at least in the Disney movie).

      Also, apparently "sweet Lolita" fashion makes references to Alice in Wonderland all the time: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lolita_fashion#Sweet_Lolita

      Hopefully that will at least give you somewhere to start.

    What are the best children or family movies you have ever seen?
    My big sister knows a movie store owner and he asked her for a movie list of movies she wanted. So far we have: Shrek 3, Coraline, The Corpse Bride, Avatar, and Up. Please if you have anymore good movies please write and tell me them!! Thx! <3

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      Some of the most critically acclaimed modern children's movies include Spirited Away, Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Howl's Moving Castle, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and James and the Giant Peach.

      I myself would recommend The Sandlot (1993), one of my favorite movies growing up, about a group of young baseball-loving boys in the 1960s. It's hilarious and charming, and extremely under-rated (in my opinion as a film student). It only has a 57% positive documented reviews, but I can assure you that anyone would love this film!
      A few more of my personal recommendations include The Road to El Dorado, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (THE ORIGINAL), Tarzan, and Pocahontas.

      You should review the Disney Renaissance films! Do that here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_Renaissance
      Also, here are the ten Pixar films, all extremely popular: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pixar_films

      At the bottom of this page, the British Film Institute (similar to the American Film Institute) made their list of 50 Best Children's Films that you can see here: http://www.filmsite.org/100kidsfilms2.html
      And here is the New York Times' list of 100 Best Children's Films: http://www.filmsite.org/100kidsfilms.html

    When did production start for the 1939 movie adaption of the Wizard of Oz?

    • ANSWER:
      From Wikipedia:
      Development of the film started when the success of Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" showed that films adapted from children's stories and fantasy films could be successful. In January 1938, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer bought the rights to the hugely popular novel from Samuel Goldwyn. ... The final draft of the script was completed on October 8, 1938 (following numerous rewrites).

      You can read more about the making of the film here:
      Scroll down the page to "Development and pre-production". They also cover casting and filming.

    What can I do to get into Japanese culture?
    I'm going on holiday to Japan in the summer and before I go, I would love to gain a better idea of the culture: maybe in the form of literature, movies, manga/anime comics etc.

    I don't speak Japanese, but does anyone know any good books based or translated from Japanese literature, or any movies with subtitles?


    • ANSWER:
      Random list:
      Confucius Lives Next Door by T.R. Reid
      -it's a bit of a superficial view about Japan through an American's lens. Pretty quick read. I read it years after having lived there a number of years.

      You know, who needs a specific book when you can keyword search anything about Japan....

      -Know that the Wa (harmony) is a big deal
      -You're a gaijin (foreigner)
      -don't be shocked if you see drunken Japanese businessmen (salaryman) sleeping on the street/on the subway (they're all pretty friendly....Japan's probably the safest place in the world)
      -the Japanese shopping experience is world class. They're perfectionists.
      -exchanging business cards is done like a formal ceremony
      -McDonald's? Try a shrimp burger
      -many Tokyo clubs are open till 5am
      -Vending machines = a marvel in Japan
      - Japanese cuteness is one of their unique cultural marvels.
      -Yakuza = the Japanese mafia
      -Pachinko Parlors
      -Tokyo Disney
      -Tea House = fascinating experience
      -Ryogoku = Sumo town
      -Geisha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrDGTUm2vBc
      -Japan is known for having unusually TINY apartments
      -conveyor belt sushi restaurants
      -the subway trains get PACKED at rush hour but its an unusually courteous venture
      -martial arts - Kendo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jSkqQFy5AU
      -Shintoism - predominate Japanese spiritual belief system

      -its all about noodles (soba, udon, ramen.....you'll love this about Japan)

      Mr Baseball
      -old movie but I'm serious, baseball is huge in Japan

      my personal favorite....let me introduce you to this famous actor:
      Takeshi Kaneshiro <--heartmelty melt imo! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takeshi_Kaneshiro (can find plenty of his movies sub'd in English) Red Cliff Takeshi Kaneshiro Japanese Interview 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaK5nC3VRdE I love! Anna Magdalena Part 1:9 (Takeshi Kaneshiro) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcNacz1dPvE Japan has the strangest most amazing fashion culture you'll ever see in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_street_fashion Manga - comic-style books that cover multiple genres Anime - Japanese animated movies Here's a documentary: Japan History https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHv-xvaSWOU The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift -street racers (while it is illegal) do exist in areas around Tokyo. (take this movie lightly, lol!) Shall We Dance (1996) -film about a Japanese salaryman who takes up ballroom dancing Lost in Translation -shows plenty of great location shots in Tokyo BBC Japanorama (documentary series) Adrift in Tokyo (2007) Shows Tokyo from a local perspective https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Om6r_Ocfps One classic film: The Seven Samurai (1954) - one of the most impressive Japanese films ever. That should get you started.

    Was the movie Alice in Wonderland based off an acid trip?
    My friends swear by it that this movie was based off someone's acid trip and they wrote it all down and turned it into a movie. I haven't found anything on the internet and I also highly doubt Disney would support anything based off drugs. I was wondering if this was a rumor or if anyone had any knowledge about this?

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      Have you ever seen any of Tim Burton's other films- if you have you'd never have asked this question LOL

      and wikipedia can be edited by anyone- don't have to be a member just hit edit and change facts- so not fact on that site most of the time

      also There is no proof or evidence or even cause to think that Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson) took drugs. Alice in Wonderland was originally a nonsense story told to Alice Liddell (a friend's daughter) and her friends whilst on a boat trip. He later wrote the story down and was encouraged to publish it.

      and from what i read about him he was a genius when it came to logic and most genius' back then became eccentric- and he was eccentric

    How old is Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid?
    Ariel is 16, but how old is Eric? :-/ Is he 18, or 21? I'm guessing 21 because almost all the Disney Prince's are 21, and the Princesses are 16 lol

    • ANSWER:
      Prince Eric was 18 in "The Little Mermaid."


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