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In 1934 man called Walt Disney had a dream of doing full-length animated film. Most people thought he was crazy, as supposedly audience wouldn't have patience to watch animated film that would take more than 10 minutes to end. After three years of hard work, financial struggling, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was ready for premiering. The movie was smash hit, and rest was history.
Disney started to produce animated movies on nearly yearly basis, and although the company was more than once on verge of bankcrupt, it marched on. Pinocchio, Dumbo, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Black Cauldron, Aladdin, Lion King. All great classics that are appreciated and loved both critics and children. Although quality of Disney's output has gone down in recent years, there is hope that that someday Disney may regain quality which it was known for. In this thread we celebrate Disney's work, and tell about our fondest (and worst) memories about the company's Classics range.
So far Disney has done 48 movies that the company calls classics (although how classic some later movies are is debatable). 49th movie, The Princess and the Frog will be released late 2009, and it is first traditional animation feature since 2004's (lackluster) Home on the Range.