View Poll Results: What (of these 9) is your favorite Disney Masterpice?

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  • Melody Time

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  • The Adventures of Ichabod And Mr. Toad

    0 0%
  • Cinderella

    1 5.26%
  • Alice In Wonderland

    4 21.05%
  • Peter Pan

    6 31.58%
  • Lady And The Tramp

    2 10.53%
  • Sleeping Beauty

    4 21.05%
  • 101 Dalmations

    2 10.53%
  • The Sword And The Stone

    0 0%
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    Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Ok again tell me your favorite masterpeice from these nine. And please give some reasons. Oh for more rules see the first one: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 1
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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Each one has specific reasons but they are all good, but I have to say Peter Pan has the slight leading edge. Great adventure story about something that effects us all: growing up. I think the next one in line has to be Alice in Wonderland. I always enjoyed this one because of its bizarreness and never found it dull or boring.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Peter Pan for me. No questions. But I also love The Wind and The Willows. It is also a great story and great characters. But since I never grew up and am a Lost Boy after all, Peter Pan is the one.
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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Peter Pan. Nothing should be taken away from most of the others but PP is IMO perfect storywriting and incredible voice acting.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    sleeping beauty, milificent is souch an awsome villan
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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    I really chose Lady and the Tramp because it defines a different look at film. Life from the point of view of pets.... and these pets are the ultimate Disney animal characters where the animals act like animals. It really is a great script.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    I had a toughn decision between Pan and Dalmations, two of my favorite Disney movies. In the end, even though Pan is one of my favorite rides, I had t go with Dalmations.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Ugh! I find Peter Pan to be one of the single most annoying characters in the Disney library.

    I was bitterly disapointed when I watched the movie for the first time after its latest DVD release.

    It's like 'Disney by numbers' I found it to be horribly cliched. But that's probably because Disney bases so much of it's marketing on this movie. I'd seen the marketing first.

    And that voice! Nails down a blackboard!


    I know, I know..........I'll step inside.






    I chose Lady and the Tramp.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty and Alice are all very close for me, but Pan has the emotional edge.

    By the way, that's The Sword IN the Stone, not AND...

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Quote Originally Posted by merlinjones View Post
    By the way, that's The Sword IN the Stone, not AND...
    Easy mistake. I always call it Lady IN the Tramp and I know it sounds wrong.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Quote Originally Posted by aashee View Post
    Easy mistake. I always call it Lady IN the Tramp and I know it sounds wrong.

    Lady IN the Tramp - don't you think that would make a great sequel?

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Quote Originally Posted by kirbilicious View Post
    Lady IN the Tramp - don't you think that would make a great sequel?
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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Poor Cinderella deserves a little love - - but this is a very tough line-up.

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Also - - "Dalmations" is spelled "Dalmatians"

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    Re: Best Disney Masterpiece Pt. 2

    Alice because of the srtistic quality. Who cares if this was a failure at the box office, because of Mary Blair's artwork, this stands up as a classic.

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