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  1. #16

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    Little Mermaid
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Lion King
    A Goofy Movie
    Tarzan

    In no particular order. Kudos goes to 'Lilo and Stitch' for Hawaiian Rollercoaster Ride and the song that plays under the title.

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    1. Beauty & the Beast
    2. Little Mermaid
    3. Aladdin
    4. Mulan
    5. Hunchback of Notre Dame

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    Are you sure James wasn't released under the Disney name? My sources point to yes.

    Anyways...
    1. Hunchback of Notre Dame
    2. Aladdin
    3. Beauty and the Beast
    4. Robin Hood
    5. Little Mermaid

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    Everything in these soundtracks is immortal now.

    1. Snow White
    2. Peter Pan
    3. Sleeping Beauty
    4. Pinocchio (when you wish upon a star)
    5. Alice in Wonderland
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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    I find it interesting that so many of you chose more Eisner era soundtracks than Walt era. He must have done something right..Don't say it was all Jeffrey!
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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    That's because Ashman, Menken and Rice were brought on the scene during his time, duh!

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    AAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNDDD... Eisner didn't write the songs!
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    Sleeping Beauty
    Snow White
    Peter Pan
    Pinocchio,
    Aladdin,
    Beauty and the Beast
    Cinderella
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    I find it interesting that so many of you chose more Eisner era soundtracks than Walt era. He must have done something right..Don't say it was all Jeffrey!
    That's wht there were SOOO many great musicals after Mulan, right? Oh wait...never mind



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    In no particular order:

    The Little Mermaid
    The Aristocats (c'mon...everybody wants to be a cat!!!!!! - awesome)
    The Lion King
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame (even though they tore that story to shreds and desecrated the ending...heh)

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    Here are the rankings so far:

    1. The Little Mermaid - 11 votes
    2. Beauty & the Beast / Aladdin - 10 votes
    3. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 9 votes
    4. The Lion King - 8 votes
    5. Sleeping Beauty - 6 votes
    6. Lilo & Stitch / Alice In Wonderland - 5 votes
    7. Pinocchio / Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 4 votes

    Sleeping Beauty is the only Walt era soundtrack in the top 5 at this point. I think the more modern soundtracks get more votes mainly becuae they are more fresh in people's minds.

    I'm surprised to see 2 votes for "A Goofy Movie." I've never seen the film much less heard it's soundtrack. It might be fairly decent if it's gotten votes already.

    Keep those votes coming in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by yensid98

    I'm surprised to see 2 votes for "A Goofy Movie." I've never seen the film much less heard it's soundtrack. It might be fairly decent if it's gotten votes already.
    I highly recomend giving it a look. I had never cared to check it out before either until my fiance moved in and brought a copy with her. I found it to be great fun.




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    1. Tarzan
    2, Lion King
    3. Hercules
    4. Mulan
    5. Brother Bear (Tina Turner Rules!!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xharryb
    I highly recomend giving it a look. I had never cared to check it out before either until my fiance moved in and brought a copy with her. I found it to be great fun.
    "A Goofy Movie was quite humorous and quite entertaining!!
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    In no particular order...

    Pinnochio (A great score, and contains one the signature Disney songs)
    Little Mermaid (I work at a school and in musical theater so I've played "Part of Your Word" four million times, but I have to admit it's great music)
    Sleeping Beauty
    Alice in Wonderland
    I HAVE to break the rules for the last one. Bedknobs and Broomsticks. (Sherman Brothers music performed by Angela Lansbury. Perfect!)
    Eglantine, Eglantine, oh how you shine!
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    ...and if you've got no other choice, you know you can follow my voice...

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