TV and Movies·Posted on Oct 30, 202033 Non-Disney Animated Movies You Grew Up With That You’ll Never ForgetIt's all coming back now.by Liz RichardsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us their favorite non-Disney animated movies from childhood. Here are the wholesome results. 1. The Land Before Time (1988) Universal / Courtesy Everett Collection "The Land Before Time was my personality when I was a child. My sister and I hoarded plastic dinosaurs like nothing else. We owned the first 10 movies and watched the TV series. I stan Littlefoot."—bluepictureframe 2. The Road to El Dorado (2000) DreamWorks / Courtesy Everett Collection "The Road to El Dorado because it's hilarious, has an amazing soundtrack, reminds you to appreciate the small things, and is absolutely beautiful visually. It's my go-to feel-good film when I'm sad. Although I can quote most of the lines by heart, I truly appreciate and love El Dorado every time I watch it."—mmcguinness998"The movie is so quotable, hilarious, and fun. Not to mention the music by Tim Rice and Elton John is phenomenal! My sister and I were obsessed with this movie as kids and watched it constantly."—k432086fbe 3. Spirited Away (2001) Walt Disney Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection "I am someone who has seen this movie way too many times, but it's just that good! Every time I finish watching, I'm completely speechless; everything about it is so beautifully done. I can't remember the last time I was this enchanted by an animated film."—maggieshannon1 4. The Prince of Egypt (1998) DreamWorks / Courtesy Everett Collection "Both the music and art are gorgeous. I’ve loved and watched The Prince of Egypt regularly since I was a kid. I truly believe it’s one of the most underrated animated movies."—linn_line 5. Anastasia (1997) 20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "Anastasia will forever be my favorite animated movie! Meg Ryan AND John Cusack — I mean, come on. The songs are incredible, and the story just feels magical. To this day, it’s the movie I watch whenever I’m sick in bed or on the couch, and I’m 25."—coolghost"When I was 3, I found out that my granddad had never seen the film, and I then proceeded to act out the ENTIRE thing for him. I'm 24 now, and my nan still talks about how dramatically I did the ending."—vkitto 6. The Pagemaster (1994) 20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "I haven't seen it in a few years, but my sister absolutely loved it when we were younger. It's got everyone: Whoopi Goldberg, Patrick Stewart, Leonard Nimoy — not to mention a young Macaulay Culkin."—g42edafe8f 7. The Swan Princess (1994) New Line Cinema / Courtesy Everett Collection "Objectively, it's not the best movie, but to this day, The Swan Princess remains my favorite animated film of all time. It's cheesy, funny, and ridiculous. When I was in middle school, my best friends and I watched it during every sleepover we had — it was ~our~ movie. We lost touch in high school, and I haven't spoken to them in years, but I still think of them every time I watch it."—ljvincent"I used to watch The Swan Princess so much. My sisters absolutely hated it. I’ve memorized the Pillsbury commercial at the beginning of the VHS tape, all of the songs in the movie, and 'Eternity' by Dreams Come True which plays after the credits. I still love it, tbh."—lauraoleary 8. An American Tail (1986) Universal / Courtesy Everett Collection "I emigrated to the States as a child with my family just like the Mousekewitz family did. I mean, it wasn't as dramatic as what happened with Fievel, but I think as a 5-year-old, I was just able to relate to that little mouse. That and I fell in love with the song 'Somewhere Out There.'"—emma1515 9. The Iron Giant (1999) Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection "The ending will shatter the stoniest of hearts."—thedeleted73 10. Ice Age (2002) 20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "I loved Ice Age so much growing up. The unconventional family dynamic between Manny, Sid, and Diego was amazing. And, of course, I was always rooting for Scrat to save his acorn!"—alysaurus688 11. Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002) DreamWorks / Courtesy Everett Collection "The soundtrack is absolutely incredible, and it's such a beautiful story. I basically watched this movie nonstop as a kid!"—lydiah4de4255d0 12. The Brave Little Toaster (1987) Hyperion Pictures "I’m 32 years old and could still probably quote it, word for word." —heatherj4ae4b37f9 13. Barbie as Rapunzel (2002) Artisan Entertainment "I used to watch it whenever I was at my granny's, and I recently rewatched it for the first time in years. I'd forgotten how much I loved it."—isles15 14. How to Train Your Dragon (2010) Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection "The three movies are awesome, and the first one is just beautiful. It teaches the value of friendship as well as overcoming obstacles and expectations from people. And I love dragons so ❤️."—viqui543 15. Princess Mononoke (1997) Miramax / Courtesy Everett Collection "All of Studio Ghibli, but especially Princess Mononoke. It’s visually stunning and matched by a complex plot that's not typically seen in some other animated films. It taught me at a young age that the world isn’t black and white. Can’t recommend this film and other Ghibli films enough!"—bfsgfmap 16. Rise of the Guardians (2012) Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection "The animation is stunning, and it’s a very heartfelt movie in addition to the characters’ banter and jokes. I saw it for the first time when I was 13, and after that, I probably watched it at least once a week for over a year! Bringing all of our favorite magical beings to work together was a unique idea, and the voice cast is stellar! I’m 20 now, and any time I rewatch the movie, it brings waves of nostalgia and comfort." —ericastevenson323 17. Thumbelina (1994) Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection "Absolutely beautiful animation!"—sarahed1990 18. Megamind (2010) Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection "This movie is so underrated, but it's so funny. Plus, it made me realize that I can choose what I want to be in life and don't have to go along with what I think my life should be."—valerial4fff65418 19. Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses (2006) Universal Studios Home Entertainment "I watched it on repeat when I was little — and, sometimes, I still watch it now if I want a bit of nostalgia. The music is top-tier, and although the animation isn’t the best, it still feels magical."—crispydragon55 20. Robots (2005) 20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "There's a quote in the movie that I love: 'See a need, fill a need.' It still inspires me to help my friends and family and to serve anyone I can!"—halfofaparty 21. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie (1998) Legacy Releasing / Courtesy Everett Collection "Growing up, I adored Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie. Even today, it's a Christmas classic that I watch every year along with The Nutcracker (1990), which uses the original music from the ballet as a soundtrack. Just perfection." —emjelinek48 22. The Princess and the Goblin (1990) Hemdale Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "I love love love Princess Irene from The Princess and the Goblin! She was so feisty and not afraid of anything. I adored the concept of a magical ring being a 'string' to lead you to where you need to be, and I loved the sass that Princess Irene gave the goblins."—laurendsoderberg 23. The Little Fox (1981) Mokép "The Little Fox isn't all that well-known and probably because it's a Hungarian film, but I used to watch it at my great-grandmother's house all the time. She passed away last year, and I've been desperately trying to find it again to relive that time with her. It's one of my fondest memories."—jaaaackieboy 24. FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992) 20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "It's such a great movie with a great message. Plus, the characters and voice actors are awesome. Batty Koda will always be one of my fave movie sidekicks."—sunshinekraken 25. Barbie of Swan Lake (2003) Artisan Entertainment "The animation was definitely weird, but, as a child, Barbie movies were top-tier for me."—cristinianna14 26. Tom and Jerry: The Movie (1992) Rights Managed / Ronald Grant Archive / Mary Evans / Everett Collection "Didn't impact my life in some magical way, but it's just a cute movie. I watched it so much as a kid."—cakegirl23 27. Quest for Camelot (1998) Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection "Any time my sister and I went to Blockbuster as kids, this movie was a repeat rental. I recently found out it was on Netflix and was so excited."—monikap6 28. The Last Unicorn (1982) Jensen Farley Pictures "Even to this day, it makes me cry."—mrscmdrriker 29. Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper (2004) Lions Gate Home Entertainment "Had the movie, the book, and the computer game."—livlavida 30. Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1989) Hemdale Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection "I absolutely loved Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland when I was younger. Just rewatched it, and it's still great!"—meperson 31. Cats Don’t Dance (1997) Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection "Cats Don’t Dance! I actually got one of the songs stuck in my head earlier today and spent a good half hour searching for the VHS tape so I could watch the movie, and, yep, just as great as I remembered."—xassylax 32. The Secret of NIMH (1982) MGM / UA Entertainment Company / Courtesy Everett Collection "I know I'm old, but this one still holds up."—gothikcowboy 33. And All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) United Artists / Courtesy Everett Collection "All Dogs Go to Heaven was always my go-to movie when I was little — even though it involves dogs with an illegal gambling ring. It’s probably why I love dogs more than people."—karinap4a90ae77a Which non-Disney animated movies did you love as a kid? 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