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So as we all have more time these days , What is your all time favorite Walt Disney Movie ?? Either from your childhood or Adulthood.

 

Mine is : The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh 

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Davy Crockett for T.V. show

 

FLUBBER

Shaggy Dog

 

(I think both of those are Disney Movies)

 

..........Widder

 

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23 minutes ago, Widder, SASS #59054 said:

Davy Crockett for T.V. show

 

FLUBBER

Shaggy Dog

 

(I think both of those are Disney Movies)

 

..........Widder

 

You need to be more precise. Both of those movies have been remade.

 

Flubber with Fred McMurray, or Flubber with Judge Stone from Night Court?

 

Shaggy Dog with Fred McMurray, or Shaggy Dog with Tim Allen?

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Atz a really tough call.  Nope.  Can't do it.  Too many really fun movies.  Malificent,  Fantasia, Swiss Family Robinson, the Black Hole, Tron   The list is just . . ..HUGE!!

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Live-Action/Animated

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The Jungle Book [original animation] The Love Bug

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Since I am thoroughly politically incorrect, I admit it’s “Song Of The South”.

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When I was 4 years old, I had the hots for Snow White, but I found out she was living with 7 dwarfs, and then when that guy in tight pants showed up and played suck face with her, I got fed up and left.

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Tombstone.

 

It was put out by a Disney owned studio.

 

Check your DVD or BluRay copy and you will find that it was put out Buena Vista Home Entertainment.  That's Disney's home video division.

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Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier and Treasure Island.

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2 hours ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

Tombstone.

 

It was put out by a Disney owned studio.

 

Check your DVD or BluRay copy and you will find that it was put out Buena Vista Home Entertainment.  That's Disney's home video division.

If you're going to go that far, Star Wars!

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2 hours ago, Badger Mountain Charlie SASS #43172 said:

When I was 4 years old, I had the hots for Snow White, but I found out she was living with 7 dwarfs, and then when that guy in tight pants showed up and played suck face with her, I got fed up and left.

 

Any girl that would shack up with Dwarves is not good enough for a Gnome.;)

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I really liked the Davy Crockett flat boat episode as a kid. I had my sister pull my Radio Flyer red wagon while I stood up and "poled" my way down the driveway. It was great fun until  we hit a bump and I fell out and my "pole" broke off her front tooth. Swiss Family Robinson, The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, Zorro. We didn't have a TV and we went to my grandmothers every Sunday to watch Disney. Great memories.

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9 hours ago, Sgt. C.J. Sabre, SASS #46770 said:

If you're going to go that far, Star Wars!

It ain't that far. 

 

Hollywood Pictures, which made the film, was created and owned completely by Disney.

 

Lucas sold Star Wars to Disney almost 40 years after he made the 1st one.

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