The best and worst Disney movies: Have your say

We’ve chosen our favorites from the Walt Disney Company’s animated output. Now vote for the ones you love most.

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Do you love furry forest creatures, fairy princesses and wicked witches? Or do you think Disney’s animated films are sentimental tripe? We’ve watched all 53 Disney animated features, from Fantasia to Frozen, and sorted them into a list from worst to best. But do you agree with our choices? Take a look at the list below and vote for your favorite.

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Are Disney films wise, funny and visually stunning—perfect for all the family? Or are they sappy and sentimental, brainwashing kids with all-American values? Everyone has an opinion of the 53 animations released over the years by the Walt Disney Company, but which Disney movies deserve a place on your DVD shelf, and which are best forgotten? We count down the best and worst Disney animated movies.

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The 100 best animated movies

We know you’ll find something to love in our list of the 100 best animated movies—films that’ll make you weep, laugh, sing along and wish upon stars.

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