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Best And Top Disney Movies / Cartoons of All Time

Updated on July 10, 2014
Toy Story
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# 1 Toy Story

Worldwide Gross: $361,958,736

Released in 1995

This heartwarming cartoon tells the story of a boy (Andy) and his love for his toys. Woody was Andy's favorite toy but now Andy has a brand new Buzz Light-year. Who will be Andy's favorite toy now?

The Lion King
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# 2 The Lion King

Worldwide Gross: $987,483,777

Released in 1994

The Lion King follows the birth of the new prince, Simba. Simba has a lot to learn before becoming king of pride rock, and he has to defeat his evil Uncle, Scar.

Beauty and the Beast
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# 3 Beauty and the Beast

Worldwide Gross: $424,967,60

Released in 1991

Beauty (Belle) helps her father escape from an evil Beast by taking his place in prison. However, Belle soon realizes that the Beast isn't so scary after all.

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# 4 Frozen

Worldwide Gross: $1,267,828,424

Released in 2013

Elsa can make ice and snow with her powers. However, at a young age Elsa accidentally injures her sister Anna. Vowing never to use her powers again, Elsa goes into hiding. However, when Elsa's parents die she is forced back into the public. Unable to hide her powers any longer, Elsa accidentally freezes her kingdom.

The Little Mermaid
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# 5 The Little Mermaid

Worldwide Gross: $211 Million

Released in 1989

Ariel has always dreamed about being a human. One evening she saves Prince Eric from a sinking ship and falls deeply in love with him. Willing to do anything to be with Prince Eric, Ariel goes to Ursula the sea witch and trades her voice for legs.

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# 6 Cinderella

Worldwide Gross: $85 Million

Released in 1950

Cinderella has been made an outcast in her own home after her father dies. Cinderella's stepmother makes her into a servant and ridicules her on a daily basis. The prince has a ball and Cinderella's fairy godmother appears to help her attend the ball. Cinderella meets the prince and they fall in love but she has to leave the party before midnight. Losing her shoe, the prince is stuck trying to find his true love by trying shoes on various girls throughout the kingdom.

Tangled | Source

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# 7 Tangled

Worldwide Gross: $591,794,936

Released in 2010

Rapunzel is kidnapped by Mother Gothel when she is a baby because Rapunzel is born with magical hair. Mother Gothel places Rapunzel in a tower to keep her hidden from the world. However, Rapunzel dreams about leaving her tower to see the flying lanterns that are released on her birthday every day.

Sleeping Beauty
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# 8 Sleeping Beauty

Worldwide Gross: Over 21 Million Dollars in Rentals alone

Released in 1959

Princess Aurora is cursed by an evil fairy named Maleficent. Three good fairies take Princess Aurora with them to hide Aurora until after her 16th birthday so she is safe from the curse. While in hiding Princes Aurora meets Prince Phillip and falls in love, but on Aurora's 16th birthday she pricks her finger on a spindle and falls in a deep sleep.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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# 9 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Worldwide Gross: $6.5 Million in 1939 which is the equivalent to hundreds of millions of dollars today.

Released in 1937

Snow White is forced to live with an evil queen after her parents have died. The queen is very vain and has a magic mirror which tells who the fairest girl is in the kingdom. The mirror always said the queen, until one day it said Snow White. The queen decides she must kill Snow White, because the queen is not longer the fairest of them all.

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# 10 Aladdin

Worldwide Gross: $504 Million

Released in 1992

Aladdin is a street rat who dreams of being something more. Luckily, Aladdin finds the genie in the Cave of Wonders and wishes to become a prince to win the heart of Princess Jasmine, who Aladdin has fallen in love with.

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    • Craig Easom profile image


      4 years ago from British Empire

      Hey again Susan, I see what you mean. Toy Story is possibly the best animation movie created to date. I can see why you came to the decision of adding it to your list.

      Thumbs up!

    • susanmariaharris profile imageAUTHOR

      Susan Harris 

      4 years ago from Earth

      Craig I agree with you... I debated whether I could put Toy Story on here or not... But I didn't think it would be right to leave it out :)

    • Craig Easom profile image


      4 years ago from British Empire

      Hey Susan Harris,

      I enjoyed reading the hub, it brings back some great childhood memories. My favourite Disney film is Lion King, you honestly can't beat the classics. Although Disney really seem to be doing an animation comeback with the likes of Tangled and Frozen. However one film on the list I would have not put on there is Toy Story (as it is more so associated with Pixar). Other than that minor point, I give the hub a thumbs up!

    • littlecat2013 profile image


      4 years ago

      My all time favorite Disney movie was 101 Dalmatians. I always liked the animal movies over the princess movies. This is a good list. Snow white was one of the best because it started it all.


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