Nobody would dare ask this question in a group. So I will pose it to the HubPages universe. To all my Disney fanatics: I dare you to torture your brain and pick the movie you believe best represents what makes the Disney franchise greater than the rest.
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An under-the-radar but intriguing choice. I always felt Mulan never gets the credit it deserved because it came out at the tail end of the "hand drawn" era right before Pixar came on the scene. Nice choice.
Yeah I like the Lion King, and it also has one of the best sequels. Disney doesn't have the best track record with those.
In terms of commercial success and overall brilliance, you may have the one. Everything came together from the blend of animation to the music and the voice acting. There was no inherent flaw anyone could find with the movie.
Aladdin is an excellent choice, part of what I call the "Elite Four" during the 1990s. It was Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Lion King to finish. An awesome stretch.
Age is just a state of mind. Davy is a forgotten classic kids today should know about. In fact a lot of movies from that era get overlooked because of the animated features.