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Let’s start with the Honorable Mentions:
Mulan - June 19, 1998
The Fox and the Hound - July 10, 1981
Robin Hood - November 8, 1973
Peter Pan - February 5, 1953
Lady and the Tramp - June 22, 1955
Sleeping Beauty - January 29, 1959
Bambi - August 13, 1942
Based on: "Rapunzel" (German fairy tale, 1812) by Brothers Grimm
Based on: Dumbo, the Flying Elephant (American Roll-A-Book, 1939) by Helen Aberson
Based on: The Adventures of Pinocchio (Italian novel, 1883) by Carlo Collodi
Inspired by: The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book (British stories, 1894–95) by Rudyard Kipling
Theatrical short: Scrooge McDuck and Money
6. #13 - Alice in Wonderland - July 26, 1951
Based on: "Beauty and the Beast" (French fairy tale, 1756) by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont
Live Action with Animation
Song of the South - November 12, 1946 - Walt Disney Productions
Mary Poppins - August 27, 1964 - Walt Disney Productions
Bedknobs and Broomsticks - October 7, 1971 - Walt Disney Productions
Disney's Pete's Dragon - November 3, 1977 - Walt Disney Productions
Disney's Who Framed Roger Rabbit - June 22, 1988 - Touchstone Pictures
Inspired by: The Snow Queen (Danish fairy tale, 1845) by Hans Christian Andersen
Theatrical short: Get a Horse!
Based on: "Aladdin" (Arabian fairy tale)
Based on: "The Little Mermaid" (Danish fairy tale, 1837) by Hans Christian Andersen
Most influential Films in Disney History
Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - December 21, 1937
Disney's The Little Mermaid - November 17, 1989
Disney's The Princess and the Frog - December 11, 2009
Disney's The Rescuers Down Under - November 16, 1990
The Number One Disney Animated Movie of All Time
Inspired by: Hamlet (British play, 1601) by William Shakespeare
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