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Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

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  • Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

    I need to get a list of Disney movies (animated, acted, old, new) that have characters or groups of characters splitting up or going diffrent ways to find the same thing. That could include a race between good and evil to get somewhere first. Preferably, I want movies that have a third party mixed in as well. This request might sound a bit odd, but it will be a big help for me!

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

    It's not a movie, but in an episode of Disney's DuckTales, there's a scene where Scrooge and Glomgold are climbing up a tall pedestal-thingy trying to reach a magic lamp. (This is not to be confused with the magic lamp from DuckTales: The Movie...this was from an episode of the TV series.) If I remember correctly, a clip of it shown in the show's opening credits.

    I'll keep thinking on this one
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    • #3
      Re: Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

      There is a chase in the Emperor's New Groove which is rather funny. Hope that helps!
      It's like i'm talking to a monkey, a really really big stupid monkey named Kronk.

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        Re: Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

        Haha it seems that Disney doesn't have to many layered plots considering its market is mainly kids. I can only think of the second and third Pirates movies which have segments following each main character seperatly. Unfortunatly they are no aid to my cause.

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        • #5
          Re: Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

          Lord of the Rings is not Disney.


          So I'm no help at all.
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              Re: Know your Disney movies better than anyone else? You can help me! (and show off)

              Well I know that basically all life underwater is on a search for Ariel when she first goes missing.

              Not sure if that helps XD.

              You may also want to look towards the dwarves when it comes to group work. They isolate Dopey to find the ghost before they discover Snow White sleeping in their bed.

              Also, Cinderella's mice split up to collect beads and clothing for her new dress for the ball.

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