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Classic Disney Animated Movies (pg. 2)

Classic Disney Animated Movies (pg. 2) - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

There are a lot of old Disney cartoon movies that you might not remember. Put Finding Nemo back on the shelf and check out these animated classics! - Page 2

There are a lot of old Disney cartoon movies that you might not remember. Put Finding Nemo back on the shelf and check out these animated classics!

Robin Hood (1973)

He steals from the rich to give to the poor which doesn't go over well with the greedy Prince of England. He wants the poor to stay poor and takes any opportunity he can to tax them! There's adventure, laughs and a love story in this classic Disney tale, so grab a copy on DVD today!

Robin Hood DVD Rating:3

Robin HoodRobin HoodCourtesy of Disney

The Jungle Book (1967)

Can an abandoned baby survive in the jungle all on its own? Raised by wolves, little Mowgli learned how to fend for himself in the Indian Jungle in Walt Disney's classic, The Jungle Book. Like all good stories though, there has to be a nasty villain! A fierce, man-hating tiger named Shere Khan will do anything to rid his jungle of Mowgli so he must leave the jungle at once. With help from his friends, will Mowgli make it out alive? You'll have to watch the movie to find out!

The Jungle Book DVD Rating:4

Mowgli, Bagheera, and BalooCourtesy of Disney

The Jungle Book Trailer

 

The Fox and the Hound (1981)

Usually foxes are chased by hunters and their faithful hounds, but Tod and Copper (the fox and the hound) meet as children and an instant friendship is born. As they grow up however, the roles they were born to serve force them to become bitter enemies! There are some great twists in this flick that might just have you jumping out of your seat.

The Fox and the Hound DVD Rating:4

Tod and Copper in the forestTod and Copper in the forestCourtesy of Disney

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

Long before JK Rowling was even thinking about her Harry Potter series, there was the story of a powerful magician named Merlin, who is training a young squire who he takes under his wing. Soon you find out that the squire is actually the future King Arthur! There is lots of fun and adventure in this old school Disney tale.

The Sword in the Stone DVD Rating:3

Arthur in The Sword in the StoneArthur in The Sword in the StoneCourtesy of Disney

The Rescuers (1977)

Set in Australia, a couple of do-gooder mice step up to the plate to save a kidnapped little girl in The Rescuers. These two little rodents are going to need a lot of help if they're going to challenge the evil Madame Medusa - good thing they make friends along the way! In a place called Devil's Bayou, you know there's got to be danger around every corner!

The Rescuers DVD Rating:5

Berbard and Miss BiancaBerbard and Miss BiancaCourtesy of Disney

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