12. Tower of Terror
Alright, this isn’t a cartoon movie. It didn’t go to the box office. There aren’t even any gifs from it. This gif is from the ride it was based off of. But it has Steve Guttenburg AND Kirsten Dunst in it. 87 minutes of glory.
Danny DeVito is legendary as Phil, and “Go the Distance” is arguably one of the greatest main character ballads in Disney movie history. Also, THE MUSES. Enough said.
10. The Rescuers
This movie is CLASSIC! I like to believe there really is a Rescue Aid Society of mice that will help me out in a time of crisis. I will admit to having to cover my eyes every time Medusa REMOVED HER EYELASHES.
Extra gem sidenote: Bob Newhart is the voice of Bernard.
8. Oliver and Company
This scene alone is why Oliver and Company made the list. Why should we worry or care about anything? You wish you were stomping around NYC with a sausage necklace and Billy Joel’s singing voice.
7. The Aristocats
Look at that ensemble! Everybody wants to be a cat. Thomas O’Malley…swoon!
3. Lilo and Stitch
This movie is so good! An escaped galactic fugitive. Cross-dressing aliens. Elvis music. If that isn’t the recipe for an excellent feature film, I don’t know what is.
This is underrated because it was nominated for Best Animated Feature and DIDN’T WIN. Outlandish.
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