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.In 1923, Walt Disney Studios began producing animated short films.^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ What's your favorite Disney animated film?

^ The following is a list of the official Walt Disney Animated Studios canon.
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.In 1937, the studio released its first feature-length animated film with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ In 1937, the studio released its first feature-length animated film with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs .
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^ Images, 0 Videos List of animated feature-length films .
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.The studio has continued to produce shorts, featurettes, and feature films to this day.^ The studio has continued to produce shorts, featurettes, and feature films until this day.
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^ The animation is top notch, making DreamWorks still the only studio that can produce animated features that can compete with Disney, but like recent Disney animated features, “Sinbad” lacks heart.
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^ I don't have a favorite as they change from day to day but I enjoy action films, Kung Fu and Disney animated features.

.Throughout the years, the studio has expanded its reach.^ Throughout the years, the studio has expanded its reach.
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.Between collaborating with other studios to co-produce films to The Walt Disney Company distributing animated features produced by other companies, Walt Disney Studios no longer produces all of the animated content under the Disney banner.^ Categories : Disney animated features canon .
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^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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.The following animated feature films were produced and/or released by Walt Disney Productions/The Walt Disney Company.^ Categories : Disney animated features canon .
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^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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.The lists have been broken down categorically by sub-studio.^ The lists have been broken down categorically by studio.
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Walt Disney Animation Studios

The following is a list of the animated films that were either entirely produced in-house by Walt Disney Productions pior to 1986, or were produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, after 1986.
.For advertising purposes, The Walt Disney Company began to affix numbers to each of the films in the late 1980s.^ Walt Disney Animation Studios films .
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^ For advertising purposes, The Walt Disney Company began to affix numbers to each of the films.
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^ What Walt Disney classic film is this?
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.Through this method, they could proclaim the film to be "Disney’s X full-length animated film". When the numbering system was introduced, the group of films included became collectively known as the "Disney Animation Canon."^ Categories : Disney animated features canon .
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^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ What's your favorite Disney animated film?

.The term 'canon' was used to indicate that the films were all of a similar medium and caliber, although they didn't have any other continuity, such as story or characters.^ The term 'canon' was used to indicate the films were all of a similar medium and caliber, not that they had any form of an inter-connecting continuity.
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^ Disney animated features pretty much are all are based on books or other previous mediums and most if not all at this point have some direct to video sequel.
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^ Disney's 1945 feature, the musical "The Three Caballeros," combined live action with the cartoon medium, a process he used successfully in such other roobarb custard cartoon .
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.Many film historians and animation fans refer to them as Disney "classics."^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ What's your favorite Disney animated film?

^ Walt Disney Animation Studios films .
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.The numbering system remains today, as recent press releases for such products as the Oliver & Company: 20th Anniversary Edition still refer to the film's number.^ The numbering system remains today, as recent press releases for such products as the Oliver & Company: 20th Anniversary Edition still refer to the film's number.
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^ Oliver & Company: 20th Anniversary Edition ".
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^ Oliver and Company (11/18/1988) Made $54M in it's initial release, which at the time was the highest box-office gross of any animated film in its first theatrical run.
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# Film Date of original release
1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1 December 21, 1937 (premiere)
February 4, 1938 (wide release)
2 Pinocchio 1 February 7, 1940 (premiere)
February 9, 1940 (wide release)
3 Fantasia 1, 2, 3, 4, November 13, 1940 (premiere/roadshow)
January 29, 1941 (RKO roadshow)
January 8, 1942 (wide release)
4 Dumbo October 23, 1941
5 Bambi August 13, 1942 (limited)
August 21, 1942 (wide release)
6 Saludos Amigos 3, 4 August 24, 1942 (premiere)
February 6, 1943 (wide release)
7 The Three Caballeros 3, 4 December 21, 1944 (premiere)
February 3, 1945 (wide release)
8 Make Mine Music 3, 4 April 20, 1946 (premiere)
August 15, 1946 (wide release)
9 Fun and Fancy Free 3, 4 September 27, 1947
10 Melody Time 3, 4 May 27, 1948
11 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad 3 October 5, 1949
12 Cinderella February 15, 1950
13 Alice in Wonderland July 26, 1951 (limited)
July 28, 1951 (wide release)
14 Peter Pan February 5, 1953
15 Lady and the Tramp 5 June 16, 1955 (premiere)
June 22, 1955 (wide release)
16 Sleeping Beauty 6 January 29, 1959
17 One Hundred and One Dalmatians January 25, 1961
18 The Sword in the Stone December 25, 1963
19 The Jungle Book October 18, 1967
20 The Aristocats December 24, 1970
21 Robin Hood November 8, 1973
22 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 3 March 11, 1977
23 The Rescuers June 22, 1977
24 The Fox and the Hound 7 July 10, 1981
25 The Black Cauldron 6 July 24, 1985
26 The Great Mouse Detective July 2, 1986
27 Oliver & Company November 13, 1988 (premiere)
November 18, 1988
28 The Little Mermaid November 15, 1989 (premiere)
November 17, 1989
29 The Rescuers Down Under November 16, 1990
30 Beauty and the Beast 1, 8, 12 November 13, 1991 (limited)
November 22, 1991
31 Aladdin November 11, 1992 (limited)
November 25, 1992 (wide release)
32 The Lion King 8 June 15, 1994 (limited)
June 24, 1994 (wide release)
33 Pocahontas June 16, 1995 (premiere)
June 23, 1995 (wide release)
34 The Hunchback of Notre Dame June 19, 1996 (premiere)
June 21, 1996 (wide release)
35 Hercules June 14, 1997 (premiere)
June 27, 1997 (wide release)
36 Mulan June 5, 1998 (premiere)
June 19, 1998 (wide release)
37 Tarzan June 18, 1999
38 Fantasia 2000 2, 3, 4, 8 December 17, 1999 (premiere)
January 1, 2000 (IMAX)
June 16, 2000 (wide release)
39 Dinosaur 9 May 13, 2000 (premiere)
May 19, 2000 (wide release)
40 The Emperor's New Groove December 10, 2000 (premiere)
December 15, 2000 (wide release)
41 Atlantis: The Lost Empire June 3, 2001 (premiere)
June 8, 2001 (limited)
June 15, 2001 (wide release)
42 Lilo & Stitch June 16, 2002 (premiere)
June 21, 2002 (wide release)
43 Treasure Planet 8 November 17, 2002 (premiere)
November 27, 2002 (wide release)
44 Brother Bear October 20, 2003 (premiere)
October 24, 2003 (limited)
November 1, 2003 (wide release)
45 Home on the Range March 21, 2004 (premiere)
April 2, 2004 (wide release)
46 Chicken Little 9, 10 October 30, 2005 (premiere)
November 4, 2005 (wide release)
47 Meet the Robinsons 9, 10 March 30, 2007
48 Bolt 9, 10 November 21, 2008
49 The Princess and the Frog November 25, 2009 (limited)
December 11, 2009 (wide release)
50 Tangled 9, 10 November 24, 2010[5]
51 King of the Elves 9, 10 2012 11
.Notes:
  1. Added to the National Film Registry.
  1. Originally released in Fantasound.
  1. "Package" films: releases made up of two or more short films with bridging sequences.
  1. Contains live-action scenes and/or sequences.
  1. Lady and the Tramp was photographed simultaneously in both the regular Academy format and in CinemaScope.^ Notes: Contains live-action sequences.
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    ^ Package " films: releases made up of two or more short films with bridging sequences.
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    ^ Live-action films with animation .
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    .Both versions were released at the same time.
  1. Shot in the 70 mm Super Technirama process with six-channel stereophonic sound.^ Both versions were released at the same time.
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    ^ Sleeping Beauty and The Black Cauldron were both shot in the 70 mm Super Technirama process with six-channel stereophonic sound.
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    ^ Reduced 35 mm CinemaScope-compatible prints with standard soundtracks (mono for Sleeping Beauty , two-channel stereo for The Black Cauldron ) were released at the same time as the 70 mm versions.
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    Reduced 35 mm CinemaScope-compatible prints with standard soundtracks (mono for Sleeping Beauty) were released at the same time as the 70 mm versions.
  1. First to be presented in Dolby Stereo as RCA Photophone Sound Recording
  1. Received a release or re-release in the IMAX format in addition to their regular theatrical releases.
  1. Computer-animation films.
  1. Also released in a Disney Digital 3-D limited cinema version.
  1. Tentative release dates for upcoming films.
  1. First animated film to be nominated to Academy Awards for Best Picture.

In development

.Walt Disney Animation Studios are reported to have both Winnie the Pooh[6] and The Snow Queen[7] in development.^ Walt Disney Animation Studios films .
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^ Walt Disney Pictures films with animation .
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^ Between collaborating with other studios to co-produce films to The Walt Disney Company distributing animated features produced by other companies, Walt Disney Studios no longer produces all of the animated content under the Disney banner.
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Walt Disney Studio Live-action films

.All of the following live-action films and documentaries include Disney animation.^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ Walt Disney Animation Studios films .
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^ Live-action films with animation .
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# Film Date of original release
1 The Reluctant Dragon 1, 2, 3 June 20, 1941
2 Victory Through Air Power 2, 3, 4 July 17, 1943
3 Song of the South 3 November 12, 1946
4 So Dear to My Heart 3 November 29, 1948 (limited)
January 19, 1949
5 Mary Poppins August 27, 1964 (limited)
August 29, 1964
6 Bedknobs and Broomsticks November 11, 1971 (limited)
December 13, 1971
7 Pete's Dragon November 3, 1977
8 Who Framed Roger Rabbit 5 June 21, 1988 (premiere)
June 22, 1988
9 Enchanted November 21, 2007
Notes:
  1. Some segments in black and white.
  1. Partial or full documentary.
  1. Main storyline separated by independent animated segments.
  1. Majority of the film is animated.
  1. Released by Disney through their Touchstone Pictures label, the film had special licensing to include many animated characters from other studios.

DisneyToon Studios

.This is complete list of DisneyToon Studio films which have had a theatrical release.^ Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment first released the film on DVD in December 1997.
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^ Rear_Window#cite_note-0) Rear Window is one of several films directed by Hitchcock and originally released by Paramount Pictures that were later acquired by Universal Studios.
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^ Note: Unless specifically mentioned in the question, all film/movie answers have to be theatrically released films, not straight-to-DVD releases, TV films, promotional films, TV episodes, etc.
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# Film Date of original release
1 DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp August 3, 1990
2 A Goofy Movie April 7, 1995
3 Doug's 1st Movie 1 March 19, 1999
4 The Tigger Movie February 11, 2000
5 Recess: School's Out February 10, 2001
6 Return to Never Land February 10, 2002
7 The Jungle Book 2 February 9, 2003
8 Piglet's Big Movie March 16, 2003
9 Teacher's Pet January 16, 2004
10 Pooh's Heffalump Movie February 11, 2005
11 Bambi II 2 January 26, 2006
.Notes:
  1. produced with Jumbo Pictures
  1. Not released theatrically in the United States.^ Not released theatrically in the United States.
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    ^ Notes: Originally released by Disney through their Touchstone Pictures label.
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    ^ In its third run, Nightmare made a further $15.8 million, with the final gross under three releases at $74.88 million for the United States market.
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Pixar Animation Studios

.Disney now owns Pixar Animation Studios, but Pixar has continued to exist as a separate studio from Disney.^ Walt Disney Animation Studios films .
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^ Pixar Animation Studios films .
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^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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# Film Release Date
1 Toy Story 1 November 22, 1995
2 A Bug's Life November 25, 1998
3 Toy Story 2 1 November 24, 1999
4 Monsters, Inc. November 2, 2001
5 Finding Nemo May 30, 2003
6 The Incredibles November 5, 2004
7 Cars June 9, 2006
8 Ratatouille June 29, 2007
9 WALL-E 2 June 27, 2008
10 Up 1 May 29, 2009
11 Toy Story 3 June 18, 2010[9]
12 Cars 2 June 24, 2011 3
13 The Bear and the Bow Christmas 2011 3
14 Newt June 2012 3
Notes:
  1. Released or re-released in Disney Digital 3-D.
  1. Features live-action sequences.
  1. Tentative release dates for upcoming films.

Stop-motion films

.The Stop-motion makers Henry Selick and Tim Burton have worked on following stop-motion films for Disney.^ Films directed by Henry Selick .
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^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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^ In 1990, Burton found out that Disney still owned the film rights , and the two committed to produce a full-length film with Selick as director.
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# Film Date of original release
1 The Nightmare Before Christmas 123 October 9, 1993 (premiere)
October 13, 1993 (limited)
October 29, 1993
2 James and the Giant Peach 24 April 12, 1996
3 Frankenweenie November 11, 2011[citation needed]
Notes:
  1. Originally released by Disney through their Touchstone Pictures label.
  1. Includes animation by Skellington Productions.
  1. Released or re-released in a Disney Digital 3-D limited cinema version.
  1. Contains live-action shots.

Disney Double Dare You

.Guillermo del Toro has recently founded a new animation studio for Disney realizing darker films.^ Other animated films released by Disney .
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^ Walt Disney Animation Studios films .
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^ Pixar Animation Studios films .
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# Film Date of original release
1 Trollhunters 2011 [11] [12]
Notes:
  1. Computer Animated.
  1. Stop-Motion Animation.

ImageMovers Digital

.The following films were produced by ImageMovers Digital since its acquisition by Disney.^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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^ Disney released the film again on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in August 2008 as a two-disc digitally remastered "collector's edition".
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^ In 1990, Burton found out that Disney still owned the film rights , and the two committed to produce a full-length film with Selick as director.
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Disney doesn't own earlier films made by ImageMovers Digital.
# Film Original Release Date
1 A Christmas Carol 1, 2, 3 November 6, 2009
2 Mars Needs Moms! 3, 4 [13] March 2011[13]
3 Yellow Submarine 3, 4, 5 2012
Notes:
  1. Released or re-released in a Disney Digital 3-D limited cinema version.
  1. Computer animated shots.
  1. Performance-Capture by ImagesMovers' Robert Zemeckis.
  1. Tentative release dates for upcoming films.
  1. co-production with Apple Corps.

Other animated films funded by Disney

.This is list of films distributed and funded by Disney but not produced.^ Other animated films distributed but not produced by Disney .
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^ Between collaborating with other studios to co-produce films to The Walt Disney Company distributing animated features produced by other companies, Walt Disney Studios no longer produces all of the animated content under the Disney banner.
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^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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# Film Date of original release Produced by
1 The Brave Little Toaster July 10, 1987 Hyperion Pictures
The Kushner-Locke Company
2 The Wild April 14, 2006 C.O.R.E.
3 Roadside Romeo October 24, 2008 Yash Raj Films
Notes:

Other animated films distributed by Disney

.This is list of films only distrubuted by Disney.^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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^ Walt Disney Animated Classics List of Disney featurettes List of Disney feature films List of animated feature-length films List of Disney animated shorts List of Disney direct-to-video films Disney animated feature film source material .
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Studio Ghibli

.In 1996, Disney signed a deal with Tokuma Shoten for distribution rights to the theatrical works of Studio Ghibli worldwide (excluding Asia except for Japan and Taiwan and excluding Grave of the Fireflies which was not published by Tokuma), including what then was the most recent film, Princess Mononoke.^ Walt Disney Animation Studios 1.1 Official list 1.2 Not included 2 Live-action films which feature Disney animation 3 DisneyToon Studios 4 Other animated films released by Disney 5 Pixar Animation Studios 6 ImageMovers Digital 7 Studio Ghibli 8 Other animated films distributed but not produced by Disney 9 See also 10 Notes 11 External links 12 References .
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^ Reception The Rescuers was successful upon its original theatrical release earning $48 million at the box office and becoming Disney's most successful film to that date.
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^ Not included are live action films that feature animation, spin-offs from Disney television shows, the direct-to-video , feature films produced by the DisneyToons studio in Australia (some of which received theatrical releases and not always in USA), or the Pixar and Studio Ghibli films.
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.The deal later grew to include DVD rights and newer Ghibli movies - the English-language release of Spirited Away won the 2002 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.^ AM Czure: Best picture not in the english language..
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^ The film itself won the award for Best Animated Theatrical theatres.
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^ CLARIFICATION! Name someone who has was nominated for Best Actress or Best Supporting Actor since the 72nd Academy Awards (in 2000) and hasn't won an Oscar.
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.Studio Ghibli remains wholly independent of Disney and maintains strict creative control over the handling of the foreign language localization Disney produces.^ The following is a list of the animated films that were entirely produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios , formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, and founded as Walt Disney Studios.
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^ Not included are live action films that feature animation, spin-offs from Disney television shows, the direct-to-video , feature films produced by the DisneyToons studio in Australia (some of which received theatrical releases and not always in USA), or the Pixar and Studio Ghibli films.
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^ In 1923, Walt Disney Studios began producing animated short films.
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[14] .All of the Ghibli back catalog originally included in the deal have since been released to DVD in North America (except Only Yesterday) and several other countries.^ This was cut out of the release version, but can be seen on the supplementary section of the Laserdisc and DVD. - The movie was named as one of "The 20 Most Overrated Movies Of All Time" by Premiere.
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^ Note: Unless specifically mentioned in the question, all film/movie answers have to be theatrically released films, not straight-to-DVD releases, TV films, promotional films, TV episodes, etc.
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The following movies were given theatrical releases outside of Japan by Disney and subsidiaries:
# Film Original Release Date Disney Release Date
1 Kiki's Delivery Service July 29, 1989 May 23, 1998 [15]1
2 Princess Mononoke July 12, 1997 October 29, 1999 2
3 Spirited Away July 27, 2001 September 20, 2002
4 The Cat Returns July 19, 2002 May 2, 2003 [16]1
5 Howl's Moving Castle November 20, 2004 June 10, 2005
6 Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea July 19, 2008 August 14, 2009 [17]
7 Tales from Earthsea July 29, 2006 July 30, 2010 3, 4
8 The Borrower Arrietty July 17, 2010 TBA 4
Notes:
  1. Limited premiere and limited distribution.
  1. Released by Disney through their Miramax Films company.
  1. Released by Disney through their Touchstone Pictures company.
  1. Tentative release dates for upcoming releases.

Additional features

The list is incomplete.
# Film Date of original release Produced by
1 Tom and Jerry: The Movie 2, 3 July 30, 1993 Turner Pictures Worldwide
Film Roman
2 Arabian Knight2, 3, 4 August 25, 1995 Richard Williams Productions
3 Manuelita3, 5 February 14, 1999 García Ferré Entertainment
Megatrix S.A.U.
4 Pokémon 4Ever 2, 3, 6 October 11, 2002 (limited)
October 25, 2002
The Pokémon Company
Shogakukan
4Kids Entertainment
5 Pokémon Heroes 2, 3, 6 May 16, 2003 (limited) The Pokémon Company
Shogakukan
4Kids Entertainment
6 Valiant 3 7 August 19, 2005 Vanguard Animation
Notes:
  1. Released by Disney worldwide.
  1. Released by Disney through their Miramax Films company.
  1. Released by Disney in North America.
  1. Released by Disney in Japan.
  1. Released by Disney in Argentina.
  1. Released by Disney in Australia and United Kingdom.
  1. Computer animated.

See also

Notes

External links

References


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