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A few days ago, we put up the press release for the announcement that Disney are going to be showing every single one of their animated feature films at the BFI during the course of 2011. This is to celebrate the fact that their new movie, Tangled is their 50th feature release. To coincide with this, Disney have also brought out a brand new trailer showing all 50 of their animated features and if you love Disney movies, then you’ll really love this!
So without further ado, check out the trailer below or scroll down to view every single movie featured in the trailer.
The movies in the trailer include:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937 Pinocchio 1940 Fantasia 1940 Dumbo 1941 Bambi 1942 Saludos Amigos 1942 The Three Caballeros 1944 Make Mine Music, 1946 Fun and Fancy Free 1947 Melody Time 1948 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad 1949 Cinderella 1950 Alice in Wonderland 1951 Peter Pan 1953 Lady and the Tramp »
- David Sztypuljak
At some point in the chronology of me dealing with Tangled, a complicated psychological rollercoaster for this lifelong Rapunzel lover, I had completely forgotten (or maybe never known?) that it was to be the 50th Disney animated feature.
I think I wasn't counting the compilation films but Disney does. Here's a helpful reminder from Disney of that rich history (which I saw courtesy of All Things Fangirl). How many have you seen?
The video comes after the jump.
The ones I've seen are in bold. Some I haven't seen so childhood so I dare not "rank" them though it's tempting to imagine watching them all chronologically and doing so... I just need a free 300 hours or so to watch and write up. Easy. Links go to previous posts if there are any -- every time an animated film comes out I realize it may be the biggest deficiency here at Tfe. »
- NATHANIEL R
Today, Tangled hits theaters and marks the release of Disney Animation Studio’s 50th film. To celebrate the occasion, Disney has released a short video that counts all fifty films set to the song “Dreams” by Brandi Carlile. I don’t know why they didn’t set it to a song from one of the animated Disney movies instead, but Carlile’s song works fine. Hit the jump to check out the video.
And if you can’t name all the films by sight, here’s the list:
1.) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
2.) Pinocchio (1940)
3.) Fantasia (1940)
4.) Dumbo (1941)
5.) Bambi (1942)
6.) Saludos Amigos (1942)
7.) The Three Caballeros (1944)
8.) Make Mine Music (1946)
9.) Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
10.) Melody Time (1948)
11.) The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
12.) Cinderella (1950)
13.) Alice in Wonderland (1951)
14.) Peter Pan (1953)
15.) Lady and the Tramp (1955)
16.) Sleeping Beauty (1959)
17.) One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
18.) The Sword in the Stone (1963)
19.) The Jungle Book (1967)
20.) The Aristocats (1970)
21.) Robin Hood (1973)
- Matt Goldberg
There is some fantastic stuff going on down at the BFI (the British Film Institute) on London’s South Bank very soo. To celebrate the release of the 50th feature length Disney movie Tangled in January, the studio are set to screen all 50 movies at the BFI.
We’ll have more info soon as one of our own reporters was down at the BFI earlier today to hear the announcement, but for now, here’s the info that we received via a press release earlier today.
Every weekend throughout 2011, the Disney heritage will be gloriously showcased, spanning seventy years of films that combine beautiful artistry, masterful storytelling and ground-breaking technology. Seeing the films at BFI Southbank will be a truly special experience and give audiences of all ages an incredible opportunity to watch some of the world’s most celebrated, iconic and best loved family films of all time on the big screen. »
- Paul Heath
This is rather fantastic news for those of you out there who love any animated Disney movie (that would be everyone then!). Disney have just sent us the press release below to let us know that every single Disney Animated movie will be screened at the BFI Southbank throughout 2011 in celebration of their brand new movie, Tangled which is their 50th release.
I’ve placed the full press release below which you can read for all the details and the full list of the 50 movies that will be screened are also placed below.
Press Release November 23rd 2010
BFI Southbank and The Walt Disney Company announce The Disney 50
For the first time ever, all Disney’s 50 animation feature films seen on the big screen at BFI Southbank throughout 2011, in celebration of Disney’s 50th animation, Tangled
BFI Southbank and The Walt Disney Company have launched a unique season that gives audiences, »
- David Sztypuljak
Walt Disney Animation is getting ready to release their 50th full length animated feature Tangled, so the Fine Brothers have created a video featuring popular “Spoilers” from all the classic Disney films. The Fine Brothers are known for their popular spoiler videos. Recently we also posted the “100 Horror Movie Spoilers in 5 Minutes” vidoe.
Again the following video contains only *spoilers* so if you haven’t seen every film listed below the video, I would advise you don’t watch it.
Fun and Fancy Free
The Adventures of Icabod and Mr. Toad
By Scott Mendelson
HollywoodNews.com: “The Lion King” had a major character’s father being murdered onscreen, another major character being eaten alive by hyenas, and a young child snuggling up beside the corpse of the above-mentioned recently deceased father. “Tarzan” opened with a blood-stained cabin containing two corpses and an infant being eaten alive off screen, and it ended with the onscreen shooting death of a major character and the hanging of the lead villain. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” had an onscreen neck-breaking murder of a young mother, the attempted drowning of her baby, and an entire subplot involving the villain’s need to desire to screw and/or murder the heroine because of his guilt-ridden lustings for her that felt like a cross between “Schindler’s List” and “Sweeney Todd” (great movie and great song… why don’t they make kids toys that sing “Hellfire?”). Yet they »
- Scott Mendelson
I'm not sure how long the group Common Sense Media has been around (at least since 2007, which I believe is the last time they were mentioned on Cinematical), so I apologize if I am shedding light on something that's already been in and out of the spotlight for years, but I just caught wind of their ratings system yesterday. I was checking Netflix to see if Atlantis: The Lost Empire was available for streaming when I noticed, for the first time, the green Age 7 button declaring that the film's Common Sense rating was "Ok for kids 7+".
My first thought was in regards to how much I liked the idea of a 'Common Sense' rating, but then I started to wonder whose common sense it was referring to. So I clicked on to read the actual details of the Atlantis rating and recoiled a bit at the idea. I »
- Peter Hall
8 items from 2010
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