1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
A movie produced by Walt Disney in 1937 it is popularly known as the animated musical fantasy film which was a shocker. It was originally released by RKO Radio Pictures which is the first feature animated film and the earliest Disney animated film.
Snow White premiered at Carthay Circle Theatre December 21, 1937 and released nationwide February 4 the following year which was a success earning the Production house over $8 million during its initial release.
The success of Snow White led to its several release theatrically until 1990 when it came out with the home video and currently rated as one of the top 10 in the North American box office.
2. Pinocchio (1940)
Pinocchio is movie created from the children novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi. This is the second animated created by the Disney Production house and distributed by RKO radio pictures, It was made after the success of Snow White in 1937. The movie was designed like that of a real puppet with a long pointed noise, a bare wooden hands and a peaked cap. Pinocchio is a rude, cold, ungrateful, inhuman creature that would often repel sympathy. Pinocchio was way too helpless as he was often lead astray by deceiving others.
Disney later dubbed Jimmy who was to guide Pinocchio to making the right decisions.
3. The Hunchback of Notre- Dame(1996)
The American animated musical drama film which was released by Walt Disney Pictures, it was directed by Kirk was had a huge commercial success with large positive review with a total gross income of $325 million worldwide and was the fifth highest gross release of 1996.
Hunchback of Notre-Dame received nomination from Golden Globe Award (GGA) and Academy Award for musical score.
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4. The Little Mermaid (1989)
This is a story about a young mermaid who is willing to trade her life as a mermaid for the human soul, she lived under the sea with her father. The tale indeed has baffled critics because the narrative that precedes it point rather than having a tragic end.
5. The Princess and the Frog
The popular tale Princess and the frog by Disney movie it is the 49th Disney animated movie and was created based on the novel “THE FROG PRINCESS”by E.D. Baker. After kissing the prince who was later turned into a frog by a witch doctor, now Tiana becomes a frog and must find her way back before it too late.
The film which featured an ensemble voice cast included key voice such as Oprah Winfrey, Keith David , Jim Cummings.
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Disney produced their 50th animated feature film in 2010 which tells the story of a lost, young princess who had long magical hair; she lived in a tower against her wish. The film had over $591 million revenue worldwide box office.
7. Beauty and the Beast
This was indeed every child favorite movie of all time, the story like which is centered on love and romance. It had a total earning of $425 million over its estimated budget of $24 million, beauty and the beast hits a record of two years production unlike other animated movies which had four years plan. It was finally released in November 13, 1991 worldwide.
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Every girl loves to be appreciated but not in the case of this amazing lady who was kept away from guest unknowing to them that she would someday be the princess. Cinderella also known as the little Glass Slippers has its title translated into several languages in different nations of the world.
9. Sleeping Beauty
This is the first movie to be photographed in Super technirama 70 widescreen process, just after the commercial success of Cinderella the script for sleeping beauty began early 1951. Most part of the story was carved out from snow white and the seven dwarfs.
Frozen is a 2013 3d animated movie, it has partial comedy and is produced by Walt Disney, the movie was directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lean. The movie which has a total duration of 102 minutes with its budget of $150 million had a total earning of $1.276 billion.