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Old 01-29-2012, 03:46 PM   #1
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This thread is for people to talk about anything Disney. If you want to talk Disney Blu-ray there is already an official thread for that but this is for just about everything else. Discuss movies, TV, characters, stories, toys & merchandising, art, etc.
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haha no but they're awesome aren't they! There are loads more aswell
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Post some more. They are wicked.
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Definitely prefer the first two, the last one does not have such a (hmmm) scary edge (if you will) to it..

Where did you find them and who made them?
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jeftoon01 from deviantART made them
Here's his own site with all the different ones
http://jeftoonportfolio.blogspot.com...-princess.html
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I really wonder why none of the Disney family is actively involved with running the studio anymore; after all, its their public legacy. The last thing we need are more idiotic "suits" thinking they know what's best, more than anyone else.

I also don't like the fact that so many animated sequels aren't treated with the same care and dedication the originals were, and its painfully obvious. Look at films like "101 Dalmatians", "Cinderella", and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (just to name a few), then compare their quality with the direct-to-video sequels. Saying the latter films "suck" is a massive understatement. The only thing I liked about "Hunchback II" was Jennifer Love Hewitt's singing voice.
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I *loved* how Disney neglected Miramax to the point where they sold off everything for $700M. So, Disney let go of classics like Godzilla Vs Biollante; The Crow; Pulp Fiction; Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth; and much more. Even though Echo Bridge Entertainment gets much crap for their releases, they're doing more than Disney could ever do.
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Hey, at least "The Crow" wound up with a pretty good transfer; I'm just ticked that the new extras were cut at the 11th hour.
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What's everyone's favourite animated & live action Disney film!?
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So many of the animated films are classics, so its hard to pick, but I love "Beauty and the Beast", and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". Most would probably pick the "Pirates" films for their faves in live-action, but I adore "Flight of the Navigator", and the "National Treasure" series.
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My favourite animated Disney movie would have to be Pocahontas, although it would be followed closely by Aladdin and the Lion King. For live-action Disney, I'd probably have to say Cool Runnings, I grew up watching that movie and have always loved it!
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http://www.disneymovieslist.com/disney-movies.asp

Is it ok if I just say there are too many to choose from, lol..

Maybe I should just put 'Flight of the Navigator' and 'Tron Legacy' as I have seen them the most. Think seen FOTN well over 30 times

As for animated Disney it would have to be hmmm, maybe 'The Sword in the Stone' 'Robinhood' they rank really highly..

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As for Disney Pixar, 'Cars' as been watched the most, even went as far as getting some of the music from the movie, like I have some James Taylor albums now just because of that movie

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