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Take a Little Break to Listen: Disney Songs, Cartoons and Movies to Share
All the Disney Songs from the top Disney films that have given us that warm comfy feeling throughout the years. When life seems to be overwhelming, the kids are cranky, and the to-do list is turning into a forever-never-catch-up list ...take a break... a Disney break!
There are videos to watch, cartoons to laugh at, songs to sing, and some movie trivia to add to the fun. So grab a cookie and a glass of milk, curl up with your family and enjoy a little Disney Magic that has brought happiness, romance and dreams of futures bright!
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
"Who is the fairest one of all?"
Release Date December 21,1937
This sweet, lovable fairy tale introduced some of the most-loved and feared characters to the movie screen. Children in England under the age of sixteen had to be accompanied by an adult because the film was"deemed too scary". The 1937 first full-length production from Disney was nominated for an Oscar for the original musical score. Such delightful songs as "Someday My Prince Will Come," "Heigh Ho," and "Whistle While You Work," are still loved by young and old today.
And the cost of seeing a movie in 1937? Ten cents for children!
The Story Line of Snow White
To Refresh Our Memories
"A beautiful girl, Snow White, takes refuge in the forest in the house of seven dwarfs to hide from her stepmother, the wicked Queen. The Queen is jealous because she wants to be known as "the fairest in the land," and Snow White's beauty surpasses her own. The dwarfs grow to love their unexpected visitor, who cleans their house and cooks their meals. But one day while the dwarfs are at their diamond mine, the Queen arrives at the cottage disguised as an old peddler woman and persuades Snow White to bite into a poisoned apple. The dwarfs, warned by the forest animals, rush home to chase the witch away, but they are too late to save Snow White from the poisoned apple. They place her in a glass coffin in the woods and mourn for her. The Prince, who has fallen in love with Snow White, happens by and awakens her from the wicked Queen's deathlike spell with "love's first kiss." Disney Archives
Beloved Songs from Snow White
#1. "Heigh Ho"
#2. "The Yodel Song"
#3. "My Prince Will Come"
#4. "Whistle While You Work"
#5. "With A Smile And A Song"
#6. "I'm Wishing"
#7. "The Washing Song"
#8. "The Silly Song"
#9. "Music In Your Soup"
Can You Name The Seven Dwarfs?
Who is the phony Dwarf?
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs earned
a special Academy AwardÂ® in 1939
including one full-size OscarÂ®
and seven dwarf Oscars,
all presented to Walt Disney by Shirley Temple.
What We Love
The Little Mermaid
"Somewhere under the sea and beyond your imagination is an adventure in fantasy."
Released November 15, 1989
Based on the story by Hans Christian Anderson
Songs by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken.
"An animated tale of a beautiful young mermaid, Ariel, who is fascinated by the human world, to the dismay of her father, King Triton. She spies Prince Eric and falls hopelessly in love. Sebastian the crab is sent by the king to keep an eye on Ariel, though he cannot stop her from rescuing the prince during a storm. Ursula the sea witch plots to grant Ariel's wish to be human, in exchange for her beautiful voice, and as part of a larger scheme to gain control of Triton's realm. Eric finds himself falling for the now-human mermaid, but Ursula tricks him and Ariel, now mute, cannot warn him. Finally, Ariel and Eric together foil Ursula's evil plans, save the undersea kingdom, and receive Triton's blessing". Disney Archives
Little Mermaid Music - Songs with a Jamaican Flare
#1. "Kiss the Girl"
#2. "Theme Song"
#3. "Under the Sea"
#4. "Fathoms Below"
#5. "Daughters of Titan"
#6. "Part of your World"
Oscar Is Back!
And now presenting
the Academy AwardÂ® winner
for Best Song ("Under the Sea")
and Best Original Score...
Released on January 25, 1961
Another frightening character, Cruella Da Vil, made her debut in this dynamic animated film with a most catchy song devoted to her.
The Disney Studios remarked, "Note the spelling of "dalmatians." This word is probably the most-misspelled Disney word, with most people misspelling it "dalmations." Dalmatia, however, is a place, so people, and dogs, from there are dalmatians."
"Animated feature about Pongo, a clever dalmatian who arranges to get married to the female of his choice, Perdita, and to round things out gets his master, Roger Radcliff, wed to Perdita's pretty mistress, Anita. Soon Perdita produces 15 puppies, which the evil Cruella De Vil arranges to have kidnapped in her quest to make a fabulous Dalmatian fur coat, also gathering many other puppies in order to accomplish her aim. Helped by the Twilight Bark, whereby dogs throughout the city and the countryside pass along the word of the missing puppies by barking, Pongo and Perdita go into action and locate 99 stolen puppies in Cruella's sinister-looking home, Hell Hall. Pongo, Perdita, and the puppies manage to escape and, through various ruses, elude the pursuing Cruella. Cruella and her henchmen, Horace and Jasper Badun, get their just desserts. Roger and Anita adopt the puppies, and with their new family of 101 dalmatians and Nanny to look after them, plan to build a "Dalmatian Plantation" and live happily ever after". Disney Archives
101 Dalmatians...Songs as Cute as the Puppies
#1. "Cruella Da Vil"
#2. "101 Dalmatian Song"
#3. "Kanine Krunchies"
#4. "Plantation Dalmation" Childrens' Choir
#5. Selena Gomez sings "Cruella Da Vil"
#6. "Plantation Dalmatian"
Most Memorable Cruella De Vil Movie Quote
"You beasts! But I'm not beaten yet. You've won the battle, but I'm about to win the wardrobe. My spotty puppy coat is in plain sight and leaving tracks..... Cruella De Vil has the last laugh!"
"It's that woman, Mary Poppins. From the moment she stepped into this house, things began to happen!" ...
Released on August 29, 1964
Mary Poppins was based on a series of children's books written by P. L. Travers
"A magical English nanny, Mary Poppins, arrives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Banks, facing the park at No. 17, Cherry Tree Lane in London, to the delight of their young children, Jane and Michael. The proper English father is too preoccupied with his responsibility at the bank. The mother, an ardent suffragette, is not really aware that their two children, left in the care of one nanny after another, are unhappy and unable to communicate with the parents they truly love. Mary Poppins has come to change all this. She settles into the house and soon has everyone wrapped around her little finger. Mary, along with her friend Bert and a host of chimney sweeps, teaches the children how to have fun, and in so doing makes the Banks household a happier place. By the time she opens her umbrella and flies off on a beautiful spring evening, the family is united together in the park, flying a kite". Disney Archives
Mary Poppins Songs to Sing With!
#2. "Feed the Birds"
#3. "Chim Chim Cher-ee"
#4. "I Love to Laugh"
#5. "Step in Time"
#6. "The Life I Lead"
#7. "Sister Suffagette"
#8. "Jolly Holiday"
#9. Spoonful of Sugar"
#10. "Let's Go Fly a Kite"
Time for an Oscar!
won five OscarsÂ® for Best Actress (Julie Andrews), Best Song ("Chim Chim Cher-ee"), Best Music Score (the Sherman Brothers), Best Film Editing (Cotton Warburton), and Best Special Visual Effects (Peter Ellenshaw, Eustace Lycett, and Hamilton Luske).
The Jungle Book
Released on October 18, 1967
"A human boy, Mowgli, is raised in the jungle by wolves until it is deemed unsafe for him to stay because of Shere Khan, the tiger, who has vowed to kill the mancub. Bagheera, the panther, is selected to accompany Mowgli on his journey back to civilization, but has a difficult time because the boy does not want to leave. Meeting Baloo the bear, a lovable "jungle bum," Mowgli is even more certain he wants to stay with his friends. But after an encounter with the mad King Louie of the Apes, when he is pressed to return to the man village by Baloo and Bagheera, Mowgli runs away. Alone in the jungle, he meets Shere Khan, but only after the last-minute intervention of his friends does he manage to defeat the tiger. Soon after, he meets a young girl from the man village and willingly returns to civilization". Disney Archives
The Jungle Book Songs - You Gotta Love Them
#1. "Bare Necessities"
#3. "Trust in Me"
#4. "I Wanna Be Like You"
#5. "The Jungle Book Groove"
#6. "My Own Home"
#7. "Colonel Hathi's March"
Cute Movie Quote
"...now when you pick a paw paw or a prickly pear and you pick a raw paw next time beware don't pick the prickly pear by the paw when you pick the pear try to use the claw but you don't need to use the claw when you pick a pear of the big paw paw"
A Classic That Still Soars
Released on February 5, 1953
"Peter Pan is the magical boy who won't grow up, and who teaches the three Darling children -- Wendy, John, and Michael -- to fly to Never Land with him. There they embark on adventures with the chief inhabitant, Captain Hook, and his crew of pirates. The fairy, Tinker Bell, is jealous of Peter's attentions to Wendy, and is duped into helping Captain Hook. After rescuing the Indian princess Tiger Lily, Peter must save his band, the Lost Boys, and the Darlings from Hook." Disney Archives
The Songs of Peter Pan - It will live in your heart forever!
#1. "The Peter Pan Song"
#2. "Never Smile at a Crocodile"
#3. "You Can Fly"
#4. "The Second Star to the Right"
#5. "Your Mother and Mine"
Favorite Songs from Lady and the Tramp
The Lion King
Released on June 15, 1994
"A young lion cub, Simba, struggles to find his place in nature's "circle of life" and follow in the regal paw prints of his father, the great King Mufasa, after his father is killed by his treacherous uncle, Scar. Scar convinces Simba that he is responsible for his father's death and urges him to run far away from the Pride Lands and never return. A frightened and guilt-stricken Simba flees into exile, where he is befriended by a wacky but warm-hearted warthog, Pumbaa, and his freewheeling meerkat companion, Timon. Simba adopts their "hakuna matata" (no worries) attitude toward life, living on a diet of bugs and taking things one day at a time as Simba matures into a young adult. When his childhood friend, Nala, arrives on the scene, he is persuaded to return to the Pride Lands, which have fallen into hard times under Scar's reign, and take his rightful place as king. The wise shaman baboon, Rafiki, convinces Simba that his father's spirit lives on in him and that he must accept his responsibility, and when he returns, he manages to defeat Scar and an army of hyenas to become the Lion King".
The Lion King Roars with Songs
#1. "Be Prepared"
#2. "I Just Can't Wait to be King"
#3. "Love Will Find a Way"
#4. "Circle of Life"
#5. "He Lives in You"
#6. "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"
#7. "We Are One"
#8. "Hukaun Matata"
A Big Oscar
Academy AwardÂ® winner for Best Song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight." A second OscarÂ® was awarded to Hans Zimmer for Best Original Score.
Released on February 15, 1950
"The famous rags-to-riches tale of a beautiful girl reduced to being a servant by her jealous stepmother and stepsisters, Anastasia and Drizella. With the help of a bit of magic from her fairy godmother, Cinderella is given a beautiful dress and use of a magnificent coach, and is able to attend the royal ball and inadvertently falls in love with the prince. Fleeing the ball at midnight, the hour when the magic spell is due to end, she leaves behind a glass slipper that the prince and grand duke use to search her out. With the help of her little mouse and bird friends, she is discovered and assured a happy future." Disney Archives
Cinderella..Songs That We Treasure
#1. "Work Song"
#2. "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo"
#3. "The Mouse Song"
#4. "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes"
#5. "So This is Love"
Released on November 11, 1992
"Animated feature about a street-smart young thief in the mythical city of Agrabah who meets and falls in love with the Sultan's beautiful daughter, Jasmine, a liberated young lady who seeks to escape her present lifestyle. Help comes when the evil vizier, Jafar, plots to get a magic lamp for his own rise to power, and decides he needs Aladdin, a true "diamond in the rough," to seek the lamp in the Cave of Wonders. Aladdin and his friend, the monkey Abu, gain the lamp and the wisecracking Genie inside for themselves. The Genie changes Aladdin into a prince so he can woo the princess, but the deception fails to impress Jasmine. As his true self, however, he uses his cunning and courage, with the help of the Genie, to defeat Jafar and his evil plans, in the end earning a princely title and the princess." Disney Archives
Aladdin Songs We Love
#1. A Whole New World
#2. Friend Like Me
#3. Prince Ali
#4. Forget About Love
#5. Aladdin Song
#6. Arabian Nights
#7. One Jump Ahead
Another Oscar Winner
The film also won Academy AwardsÂ® for Best Song ("A Whole New World") and Best Original Score.
Beauty and the Beast
Released on November 13, 1991
"Beautiful Belle ignores her suitor, the vain Gaston, as she cares for her father, the eccentric Maurice. When Maurice stumbles upon a foreboding castle while lost in the woods, the servants, enchanted into household objects, try to make him welcome, but he is thrown into the dungeon by the Beast. Belle comes to rescue her father and agrees to remain in the castle as his substitute. In order to break the spell, the Beast must learn to love another and be loved in return. Belle seems a likely candidate, but it takes the Beast a while to rein in his temper. Belle desperately misses her father, so the Beast sadly allows her to leave. Gaston, realizing the Beast is a rival for Belle's affection, leads the townsfolk to storm the castle. Belle rushes back to the castle in time to profess her love for the Beast, and the spell is broken." Disney Archives
Music from Beauty and the Beast - Songs We Dream With
#1. Tale as Old as Time
#2. Something There
#3. Beauty and the Beast
#4. Be Our Guest
An Oscar Winner
Best Song ("Beauty and the Beast" by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken) and Best Original Score
A Disney Love Story
All the songs I love are performed so beautifully that it is hard to not play them over and over again! One of my most favorite soundtracks!
This is one of the most moving Disney films to come along since that of "Cinderella" and "Pinocchio." This was the first Disney animated film nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.
One of the best films ever made!
A classic that will be enjoyed for generations to come.