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    The World's Greatest Athlete
    "How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?"
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    Homeward Bound

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    Flight of the Navigator!! I love that movie!!!

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    Pete's Dragon. I cried at the end of that one. But then again, I cried at the end of Peanuts holiday specials when I was a kid.

    Also, Old Yeller, The Black Hole and The Cat From Outer Space.
    I hope that when the world comes to an end, I can breathe a sigh of relief, because there will be so much to look forward to.

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    Pirate Tui: After I read posts above, i say I like Homeward bound and newsies, both were good films, yar.

    Tui: Yeah i agree, Newsies would be a fun stage musical.
    What an idiot....

    Yeah, I do that Twitter thing.


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    Escape to Which Mountain, I used to always watch that movie when I was little.

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    "In Search of The Castaways." I haven't seen this in forever. I remember seeing it in 1970 (re-release) at theaters.
    It's forgotten, for sure. I don't remember much about it.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    This is what I've found for you.


    In Search Of The Castaways

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    Embark on an amazing adventure awash with intrigue over land and sea, now on Disney DVD for the first time! Hayley Mills stars as fearless Mary Grant, whose only clue to her missing father -- a sea captain -- is a mysterious message in a bottle. One clue leads to a thousand thrills when Mary, her brother, and their fellow searchers must brave earthquakes, fire, flood, and even a giant condor on their perilous rescue mission. Maurice Chevalier, George Sanders, and Wilfrid Hyde-White also star in this spectacular fantasy-adventure based on celebrated novelist Jules Verne's popular book. Brimming with special effects, this is your passport to surefire family fun!
    http://disneyvideos.disney.go.com/mo...s/0013103.html

    Currently for sale on DVD
    To purchase this title call 1-800-723-4763. This title is not currently available for on-line purchase via this Website.

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    lets see..

    the horse with the flying tail
    the ugly duckling

    and there was one i loved that i cant remember the name it was about the rescue of the lippazaner horses from their home country from hitlers forces during the war...grrrr damn this brain fart!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie2786
    This is what I've found for you.


    In Search Of The Castaways

    DVD

    Embark on an amazing adventure awash with intrigue over land and sea, now on Disney DVD for the first time! Hayley Mills stars as fearless Mary Grant, whose only clue to her missing father -- a sea captain -- is a mysterious message in a bottle. One clue leads to a thousand thrills when Mary, her brother, and their fellow searchers must brave earthquakes, fire, flood, and even a giant condor on their perilous rescue mission. Maurice Chevalier, George Sanders, and Wilfrid Hyde-White also star in this spectacular fantasy-adventure based on celebrated novelist Jules Verne's popular book. Brimming with special effects, this is your passport to surefire family fun!
    http://disneyvideos.disney.go.com/mo...s/0013103.html

    Currently for sale on DVD
    To purchase this title call 1-800-723-4763. This title is not currently available for on-line purchase via this Website.
    Thanks! I'm thinking it was part of a Hayley Mills collection.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    The Great Mouse Detective! But I guess looking at my avatar, that is farely obvious.
    I just finished Kingdom Hearts 2 and now I WANT A MICKEY!

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    The top three are Something Wicked This Way Comes, Newsies and Amy. I loved Amy and Disney kind of disasociated itself from it.. It was during the experimental period and this film had the first adultrous relationshio.
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    The Moon Spinners

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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    No Deposit, No Return.
    The Shaggy D.A.
    Freaky Friday (1967?)
    Treasure Island
    The Million Dollar Duck
    The Cat from Outer Space
    Freaky Friday must have been actually around 72-73?
    I remember seeing it in the mall with My sister, getting in a fight with her, and waiting with the manager for my Mom to pick us up....lol.

    How about....
    "Worlds Greatest Athlete"
    Jan Michael Vincent gets plucked out of the Jungle somewhere and goes on to become a college track star....lol. I LOVED that one as a kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOOM BGI
    I've always thought "Newsies" was an underrated musical and very cute.


    "Newsies" is simultaneously my most and least favorite live-action Disney film of all time.

    There are some aspects of the movie that are the best that have ever been put on celluloid, but the movie is undermined by so many bad elements that they make it virtually unwatchable.

    I think with a new edit, a new sound mix, and better marketing, Disney might even be able to re-release the film. I know that it has been incredibly successful on videocassette and D.V.D.

    In fact, at one time, it was the best-selling live-action Disney video ever released.

    "The Great Locomotive Chase" is one of my other favorite Disney films and it isn't even available on video.

    "The Rocketeer", too, is a good film that wasn't as widely seen as it should have been. It is a Walt Disney Pictures release. However, the film should have probably been associated with the Hollywood Pictures label, instead.

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