I was thinking about this the other day. Disneyland has a huge vault of animated movies. Some of them are all over the park, others are rarely seen if at all. Robin Hood is a great example of what I would term an "underutilized classic". But this brings about another thought. Most of the recent animated movies done by Disney have had dismal results at the box office. I think Lilo and Stitch was the last "hit" and probably Tarzan before that. But just because it isn't a hit doesn't mean it wouldn't make a decent attraction or show.
My question is, do the newer annimated features have a spot in Disneyland? Those features that bombed at the box office like Home on the Range, or Brother Bear... things like Emperor's New Groove or Spirit... there are so many characters and so many movies. At what point does Disney seperate what they deem a true classic, from what was mass produced "just because". Another comment is that Hand Drawn Animation is an antiquated technique, a dying art, but the talent and passion of the artist will always show through, something not always seen in a CGI film.