Disney Animated Feature Challenge

SamauraiFrog did this Disney Animated Feature Challenge a couple months ago…

1: Your favorite character
My favorite Disney character is Roger, the adult human in 101 Dalmatians, who sings Cruella de Ville. But of the more anthropomorphic, Donald Duck, who I used to do a poor imitation of.

2: Your favorite official princess
I suppose the more modern ones, like Tiana from the Princess and the Frog, or Belle from Beauty and the Beast.

3: Your favorite official prince
Excluding The Beast, they are pretty much interchangeable.

4: Your favorite heroine (that isn’t an official princess)
Dumbo’s mom, Jumbo, protecting her child.

5: Your favorite hero (not an official prince)
Tramp, from Lady and the…

6: Your favorite cast of characters
Beauty and the Beast. Always liked Mrs. Potts and her colleagues.

7: Your favorite friendship
The cubs in the Lion King.

8: Your favorite sidekick
The Genie in Aladdin.

9: Your favorite couple
Beauty and the Beast

10: Your favorite animal couple
Lady and the Tramp

11: The pet(s) you wish you had
Nemo

12: Your favorite villain
Scar in The Lion King

13: Your favorite villain song
Gaston from Beauty and the Beast; I find it hysterical.

14: The most chilling villain demise
The villain in Snow White, which I saw in the last few years.

15: A moment that makes you laugh until it hurts
The Genie in Aladdin, any number of antics.

16: A moment that makes you cry your eyes out
When the Beast “dies” in Beauty and the Beast, though I was also sad about a character dying in The Princess and the Frog, because I wasn’t expecting it.

17: A moment that scares you
When I was a kid, there were countless moments. Bambi and fire, good chunks of Pinocchio.

18: A moment that makes you mad
Aunt Sarah in Lady and the Tramp.

19: A moment that makes you happy
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice in Fantasia

20: Your favorite musical number
When You Wish Upon a Star

21: Your favorite romantic moment
Beast giving Belle the library, because I’m a librarian.

22: Your favorite ending
The restaurant in The Princess and the Frog

23: A line that inspires you
Hmm. not coming to me.

24: The first movie you remember seeing
101 Dalmatians in the early 1960s, at the cinema. It’s possible I saw Snow White or Sleeping Beauty on TV before that, but not sure.

25: A movie you think is under-appreciated
The Princess and the Frog, which had a lovely empowering story

26: Your favorite movie of the Golden Age (1937-1959)
Fantasia

27: Your favorite movie of the Dark Age (1960-1988)
101 Dalmatians

28: Your favorite movie of the Renaissance Age (1989-1999)
Beauty and the Beast

29: Your favorite movie of the Millennium Age (2000-present)
Finding Nemo

30: Your favorite movie
Fantasia. Didn’t see it until I was an adult, and I still appreciated it.

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2 thoughts on “Disney Animated Feature Challenge”

  1. Fantasia is my favorite Disney movie and probably my favorite movie of all time. it was light years ahead of its time–the animation techniques in Toccata and Fugue and The Nutcracker Suite are still jaw-dropping.

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  2. A wonderful post, because I always enjoyed watching Disney’s movies!
    Thanks for your comment on Whitsunday! Great that one can show one’s emotions in a service. That’s what churches are for.We had coffee after the service with cake, because a couple was celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary.

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