“Classic Disney” means different things to different people.
To some it’s strictly the films made before 1995 when “Toy Story” was released with Pixar – what this spot claims as its cut-off – ou at the end of the millennium. These people may ou may not include sequels, the live-action and partially live-action films, spin-off series, and old-school Mickey&Minnie-era cartoons. Others say that “Classic Disney” is strictly the traditionally-animated films that Disney puts out on his own (but not Disney Toon Studios) with no cut-off dates. Some say “Classic Disney” is...
Ok I have been a fan of Disney since I was about 5. In my time I grew up watching the likes of Aladdin,Pocahuntas The Little Mermaid(released in 1989), The Lion King, Tarzan and of course Beauty and the Beast which was made when I was 6 months old lol. What I like about the past Disney films is that each story that goes with the movie is usually centered on our lives. For Example:
1# Pocahuntas: Indian Princess falls for sailor while her father doesn't like him.
Reality part to it: Falling for someone from a different background e.g Jewish,Traveller etc.