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    Ok, I know you said that combination live action and animated do not count, so I guess that includes Fantasia/Fantasia 2000? (At first thought I wondered why they weren't mentioned, but then I realized that each song was introduced in "live action..." duh!

    So....

    Aladdin
    The Little Mermaid
    Peter Pan
    Beauty and the Beast
    Cinderella

    I think I dig the newer music because the songes are easier to sing...at least for me.
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    The Lion King
    Aladdin (my hs grad theme was A whole New World)
    Tarzan
    Beauty & The Beast
    Hunchback of Notre Dame
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    Quote Originally Posted by yensid98
    - Only films released under the Disney name count (ie: no Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach)

    Have fun!
    I'd just like to point out that James and the Giant Peach *was* released under the Disney name. Thus, why there's the Walt Disney Pictures logos at the start of the movie and above the title on all posters...

    But since it was combination live action/animation, it still wouldn't count, even if the animation takes up 90% of the film, just as with Melody Time, Make Mine Music, and Three Caballeros, among others.

    Nightmare Before Christmas and Who Framed Roger Rabbit are the only animated Touchstone Pictures releases that are commonly lumped in with Disney animation -- partially because both were originally being produced under the Disney banner and didn't get changed until practically the last minute.

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    Alice in Wonderland
    Sleeping Beauty
    Aladdin
    The Little Mermaid
    Cinderella
    But I could break the rules I'd add pirates of the Caribbean and The Nightmare Before Christmas

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    Thanks for the correction FrumiousBoojum.

    As for Fanatasia and Fantasia 2000. I never intended to exclude them, but your points do make sense Stargirl. Excepect that the animation segments have a far larger ratio of screen time than the live action segments. Which makes me feel that both films should be included in the poll.

    Just for clarification I also think Dinosaur is allowed in the poll. Even though all the backgrounds are live action they have been extensively altered digitally which doesn't really leave them live action anymore.
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    Any more votes for soundtracks to be added to the poll?
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    Jeez, only five...hmmm...

    The Little Mermaid
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Jungle Book
    Hercules
    Hunchback of Notre Dame

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    Hope my votes aren't too late:

    In no particular order -
    - Dinosaur (amazingly visual. I used this music when I competed in a bodybuilding show)
    - Hunchback of Notre Dame (such a rich score!)
    - Beauty and the Beast (I LOVE listening to Belle without words!!)
    - The Rescuers Down Under (incredible percussion!)
    - Mulan (again, a very rich, beautiful score)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yensid98
    Only films released under the Disney name count (ie: no Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach)
    Weren't these films released under Buena Vista Pictures? Almost every Disney movie was realeased under them I thought.
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    1. Beauty and the Beast
    2. Little Mermaid
    3. Aladdin
    4. Lady and the Tramp
    5. Peter Pan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex3231
    Weren't these films released under Buena Vista Pictures? Almost every Disney movie was realeased under them I thought.
    Buena Vista (owned by Disney) handles the distribution but Walt Disney Feature Animation makes the films. I've previously been corrected that James and the Giant Peach was released under the Walt Disney name but Nightmare was a Touchstone release.

    P.S. I thought this thread had died. Good to see it back. I'll be posting a more up-to-date tally soon.
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    (in no particular order)

    -Mulan
    -The Little Mermaid
    -Beauty and the Beast
    -Hercules
    -Aladdin

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    Latest count:

    1. The Little Mermaid - 23 votes
    2. Beauty & the Beast - 22 votes
    3. Aladdin - 21 votes
    4. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 13 votes
    5. Hercules and The Lion King - 11 votes each
    6. Mulan and Sleeping Beauty - 9 votes each
    7. Alice in Wonderland - 8 votes
    8. Pinocchio, Tarzan and Peter Pan - 6 votes each

    Funny how Hercules gets continually panned and The Lion King is heavily praised but they are tied on this poll. Sleeping Beauty has slipped to number 6 so there are now no Walt era soundtracks in the top five.

    We need a clear winner for the number 8 position before I can create the poll. All it will take is one vote to break the three-way tie. As soon it is broken I will create the poll. Until then, keep those votes coming in!
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