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  1. #31
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    Also, you are older now, so disney isnt as appealing im sure
    but i agree the movies were better back then
    the Lion King and Toy Story for me

    Our QB > Yours

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    aladdin

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    Quote Originally Posted by iam brett favre View Post
    Also, you are older now, so disney isnt as appealing im sure
    but i agree the movies were better back then
    the Lion King and Toy Story for me
    Yep, nostalgia plays a big factor here for all of us. The Lion King is one of the few movies that made me cry (Mustafa's death scene).

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    LION KING

    hands down, one of my favourite all time.

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    Oliver and Company!


    Free As Seagull.

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    Lion King,Toy Story, Brink, and the Mighty Ducks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phelps89 View Post
    I know. There TV shows are lame now too..I remember when I was younger they would have shows like Boy Meets World, Smart Guy, Even Stevens. Now they just have a bunch of crap.
    Also, those first two shows weren't Disney shows, they just adopted them after they aired on ABC and the WB.

    Quote Originally Posted by H-MYK View Post
    Well, back then, we didn't have Hannah Montana, we didn't have the Jonas Brothers, we didn't have High School Musical.
    Ugh, so true.

    But yeah, Lion King and Toy Story owned, and still do.

    Not to mention Alice in Wonderland was one crazy acid trip.

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    Finding Nemo blows them all away for me.

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    Nothing beats Mighty Ducks 2.

    Didn't care for the 3rd one at all.

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    The lion king, with toy story not too far behind.

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    Lion King and Brink for me

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    The Lion King and Toy Story

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    Toy Story and Mighty Ducks.

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    101 Dalmatians(original cartoon)
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