Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Films #40-31

It’s time to continue to unveil the rankings of the Disney films with #40-31:

Fantasia 2000 (Gaumont Buena Vista International, 2000). Very | Lot #55150  | Heritage Auctions

40. Fantasia 2000

The sequel to the original Fantasia, this film serves as a fine successor to the original with some memorable pieces and one classic segment from the first one.

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39. The Fox and the Hound

This story about the most unlikeliest of friends is a simple and fine story though the backstage turmoil surrounding this film does show at points in the final product.


38. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad

The final package film of the 1940s is the best of the group as it is a pretty solid telling of two classic stories, one from England and one from the USA.

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37. The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh

This repackaging of three shorts released in one film is a fun and basic film to showcase Winnie-the-Pooh and all his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.

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36. Peter Pan

Despite some of the controversial aspects of this film, it is still a classic film that is fun and memorable though it was a slight disappointment upon my rewatching of it.

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35. Bolt

One of the bright spots of the 2000s, this film is a fun and action packed ride that doesn’t get talked about enough of how good it is.

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34. Tarzan

The last film of the memorable Disney Renaissance is a fine enough film though it is a slight disappointment and ends the period on a slight downer.

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33. The Rescuers Down Under

The first official sequel in Disney history, it is still always a personal favorite of mine though it is not as good as the original and is forgotten about given the three films that follow it.

Robin Hood (1973) | Disney Movies

32. Robin Hood

Another one of my personal favorites growing up, it is still a fairly weaker entry due to the constant recycling of animations though it is still one of the more memorable adaptations of the classic hero.

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31. The Aristocats

With a good story, fun characters, and a few controversial moments, this film slots right about here in the middle of the pack as it is not great though it is not terrible either.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we kick off the top half of the list with #30-21.