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1 The Princess Bride (1987)

A classic fairy tale, with swordplay, giants, an evil prince, a beautiful princess, and yes, some kissing (as read by a kindly grandfather).

8.2/10 232,040
2 Freaky Friday (2003)

An overworked mother and her daughter do not get along. When they switch bodies, each is forced to adapt to the others life for one freaky Friday.

6.1/10 76,902
3 The Wrong Trousers (1993 short)

Wallace is used by a criminal penguin in a robbery involving mechanical trousers.

8.5/10 33,596
4 Heavy Weights (1995)

Plump kids are lured into joining a posh fat camp with the promise of quick weight loss and good times, only to find that the facility is a woodland hellhole run by a psycho ex-fitness instructor.

6.6/10 16,065
5 Duck Amuck (1953 short)

The short-tempered Daffy Duck must improvise madly as the backgrounds, his costumes, the soundtrack, even his physical form, shifts and changes at the whim of the animator.

8.5/10 5,526
6 Goof Troop (1992 TV series)

The classic Disney character, Goofy is a single father raising his son, Max in Spoonerville. Pete, a frequent antagonist from the old cartoons, lives next door with his family.

6.9/10 3,293
7 Symphony in Slang (1951 short)

Various saints are logging details of everyone entering Heaven, but because they're a bit out of touch with early 1950s slang...

7.4/10 453
8 Confidentially Connie (1953)

Texas cattleman Opie Bedloe comes to Maine to visit his son Joe, a college instructor, and his wife...

5.8/10 105
9 The Screwdriver (1941 short)

Woody Woodpecker is a proud speeder; a fat, slow-witted, red-nosed motorcycle cop is his outmatched nemesis.

6.9/10 72
10 The Screwball (1943 short)

A gate-crashing Woody Woodpecker sneaks in to see the game and winds up pitching and batting for one of the teams.

6.4/10 69
11 Kiddie League (1959 short) 5.0/10 18
12 Langostino (1987 TV series) 6.5/10 6
13 Film Night 2001 (2001 video short)

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