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  • The Most Beloved Disney Full Length Feature "Family/Live Action" Film

    If you're looking for Wrassler's Animated Poll, click here:

    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41361




    But after posting in his, it inspired my own which is this one.



    When trying to figure out what "ENG" was lol, Mary Poppins came to mind. Yes, OBVIOUSLY, that was not it. But here was the inspiration for this thread. Mary Poppins is probably one of the best full length family films of all time. It won 4 oscars for crying out loud. But it falls under this category. And it's not the only one. So come on fellow mice chatters, send in your votes. What is your favorite family film? Is it Mary Poppins, Parent Trap, Swiss Family Robinson, or something else?


    And yes, there are PLENTY OF A LOT more that should be on that list, but it only allows up to 10. Others are Absent Minded Professor, The Shaggy Dog, Darby O'Gill & The Lil People, Babes In Toyland, The Monkey's Uncle, and The Ugly Dachsund. Just to name a few.
    101
    Mary Poppins
    41.58%
    42
    The Parent Trap (The original)
    11.88%
    12
    Swiss Family Robinson
    7.92%
    8
    Pollyanna (The original)
    4.95%
    5
    Song of the South
    8.91%
    9
    That Darn Cat (The Original)
    5.94%
    6
    Pete's Dragon
    2.97%
    3
    Bednobs & Broomsticks
    6.93%
    7
    Herbie The Love Bug
    5.94%
    6
    Old Yeller
    2.97%
    3
    Last edited by AidensDaddy; 10-15-2006, 12:23 PM.

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    I personally enjoy Homeward Bound and the first Mighty Ducks movie.

    But from the Disney Era, I would have to say mary Poppins too.

    Like I said in the other thread Silver,
    (ENG) Emperor's New Groove .

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    • #3
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      I know I should put Mary Poppins or Old Yeller or something, but Parent Trap will always and forever be my favorite movie.

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      • #4
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        Oh! mary poppins has my vote!!!! i love it alot, huge fan! my mom even told me that when i was younger that i watched it so much i broke our tape. anyway yeah i voted for poppins only because its the best disney movie ever! it has the great julie andrews and awesome dick fan dyke, was over seen by disney and has dancing penguins and songs from the sherman brothers! you can't get more disney than that!!!

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        • #5
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          Originally posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
          I personally enjoy Homeward Bound and the first Mighty Ducks movie.

          But from the Disney Era, I would have to say mary Poppins too.

          Like I said in the other thread Silver,
          (ENG) Emperor's New Groove .
          Don't forget to vote, wrassler!.

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          • #6
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            I actually want to vote for three..PollyAnna, Mary Poppins, and Old Yeller. Though all the ones listed were "winners" in my book.
            "Happiness is a state of mind...." Walt Disney


            "You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you." Walt Disney



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            • #7
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              Let's not this one die out.

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              • #8
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                Ah! Theres too many to pick from!
                "I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. "Groucho Marx

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                • #9
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                  Herbie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                  And Im the only one who votes for Herbie.. Thats SAD!!

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                  • #10
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                    Swiss Family Robinson - But I'm biased cause I helped train a number of the animals on that shoot. (My "baby" Squeeky the Zebra was my favorite one!)
                    Originally posted by migo
                    I poop with joy!
                    Best Quote...EVER!!!


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                    • #11
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                      I have no problem with ENG. I thought it was a refreshing
                      Disney animated movie. And I LOVE YZMA and Kronk! They
                      really rate high on my villains list.

                      Now, for this vote, Glad that you allowed multiple choices.
                      You might want to edit your first post to let others know they
                      can choose more than one.

                      I voted for Mary Poppins, obviously the top choice, with
                      the Academy Award, one that Walt worked on, etc.

                      2nd, Song of the South, again an Academy Award winner,
                      And in spite of all the crap from potically correct $#(%*%*,
                      This is really one of Walt's best! And the word "beloved"
                      is certainly a perfect adjective to describe this movie. With
                      that said, Eisner AND IGER should be hanging their heads in
                      shame for denying the opportunity of new generations to see
                      this classic Walt Disney movie. Neither of these two could
                      show the fortitude and courage to stand up for one Walt's
                      finest movies. E and I ought to be flogged for their disrespect
                      of this wonderful movie. It's really incomprehensible that they
                      keep it locked away, and left to rot. Saying shame on them
                      is not enough. The music in Song of the South is absolutely
                      charming, as is the performance of James Baskett, and was
                      acknowledged by the Academy, as well. Standing ovation for
                      this movie. Boos and Hisses to Eisner and Iger for holding it
                      hostage.

                      Next Up, Swiss Family Robinson. Exitement, Adventure, Fun,
                      Pirates, the Treehouse fantasy that every little kid, and many
                      grown ups would love to live in, and even inspired the original
                      Treehouse in Disneyland.

                      I'm surprised, even with limited space, that you did not list
                      20,000 Leagues as a picture. That would definitely be in the
                      top 10 beloved Disney live action movies.

                      Pollyanna is charming too, and then round it off with Old Yeller,

                      I really wouldn't consider some of the newer movies on the list,
                      as most of production or all was done after Walt passed away.
                      Critter Country's a mess ev'r since the Country Bears were kicked out. Ya can't cover pooh with honey and 'spect people ta like it.
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                      • #12
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                        I feel bad for Petes Dragon.
                        "There's no off position on the genius switch"

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                        • #13
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                          Eight Below
                          Iron Will
                          The Rocketeer
                          Swing Kids
                          Flight of the Navigator
                          The Absent Minded Professor
                          Escape to Witch Mountain
                          The Three Lives of Thomasina
                          Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
                          Operation Dumbo Drop
                          That Darned Cat (Original)
                          Last edited by Uzmati; 10-29-2006, 06:16 PM.
                          IMO - YMMV - FYIGM

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                          • #14
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                            I have to agree with the bulk of the responders. Mary Poppins is truly the most beloved. However, since the question asked for MY favorite I said Herbie! (see Becka, you aren't the only one.)

                            I liked Mary Poppins, but I found it a bit disjointed. It seemed to just wander from set piece to set piece.

                            My second fav would have to be Pete's Dragon. I LOVE ELLIOTT!

                            Recently I watched "The Strongest Man in the World" and "The Barefoot Executive." Highly recommended!

                            The Strongest Man in the World features Kurt Russell as a teen who becomes strong by eating chemically altered cereal. The message to the film seemed to be that all performance enhancing drugs are good.

                            Barefoot Executive also featured Kurt, this time with a chimp who could pick television shows.

                            If you ever saw this, then you are probably waiting to watch the first episode of "Abraham Lincoln's Doctor's Dog."
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                              Originally posted by Sweetie View Post

                              Pete's Dragon. I LOVE ELLIOTT!

                              Recently I watched "The Strongest Man in the World" and "The Barefoot Executive." Highly recommended!

                              The Strongest Man in the World features Kurt Russell as a teen who becomes strong by eating chemically altered cereal. The message to the film seemed to be that all performance enhancing drugs are good.

                              Barefoot Executive also featured Kurt, this time with a chimp who could pick television shows.

                              :thumbup: I just love watching all these older movies...Blackbeard's Ghost; Where the Red Fern Grows; Darby O'Gill and the Little People.;The Absent-Minded Professor; The One And Only, Genuine, Original Family Band; The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin; The Happiest Millionaire; Kidnapped; The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit; Johnny Tremai;......oh my gosh, I got carried away :blush: ; but I could go on and on.
                              Everyone should see these at least once, and especially share them with their children!
                              "Happiness is a state of mind...." Walt Disney


                              "You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you." Walt Disney



                              thmar

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                              • #16
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                                I had to vote for three.
                                Mary Poppins was my first choice (obviously) but I also had to include Herbie (how could someone not love Herbie !!) and old yeller is a classic. Your right though, there is soom for so many more classics.
                                Mark

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                                • #17
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                                  Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
                                  I know I should put Mary Poppins or Old Yeller or something, but Parent Trap will always and forever be my favorite movie.
                                  I don't feel so bad about my dorkiness now Mine's the same



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                                  • #18
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                                    Originally posted by Aladdin View Post
                                    I have no problem with ENG. I thought it was a refreshing
                                    Disney animated movie. And I LOVE YZMA and Kronk! They
                                    really rate high on my villains list.

                                    Now, for this vote, Glad that you allowed multiple choices.
                                    You might want to edit your first post to let others know they
                                    can choose more than one.

                                    I voted for Mary Poppins, obviously the top choice, with
                                    the Academy Award, one that Walt worked on, etc.

                                    2nd, Song of the South, again an Academy Award winner,
                                    And in spite of all the crap from potically correct $#(%*%*,
                                    This is really one of Walt's best! And the word "beloved"
                                    is certainly a perfect adjective to describe this movie. With
                                    that said, Eisner AND IGER should be hanging their heads in
                                    shame for denying the opportunity of new generations to see
                                    this classic Walt Disney movie. Neither of these two could
                                    show the fortitude and courage to stand up for one Walt's
                                    finest movies. E and I ought to be flogged for their disrespect
                                    of this wonderful movie. It's really incomprehensible that they
                                    keep it locked away, and left to rot. Saying shame on them
                                    is not enough. The music in Song of the South is absolutely
                                    charming, as is the performance of James Baskett, and was
                                    acknowledged by the Academy, as well. Standing ovation for
                                    this movie. Boos and Hisses to Eisner and Iger for holding it
                                    hostage.

                                    Next Up, Swiss Family Robinson. Exitement, Adventure, Fun,
                                    Pirates, the Treehouse fantasy that every little kid, and many
                                    grown ups would love to live in, and even inspired the original
                                    Treehouse in Disneyland.

                                    I'm surprised, even with limited space, that you did not list
                                    20,000 Leagues as a picture. That would definitely be in the
                                    top 10 beloved Disney live action movies.

                                    Pollyanna is charming too, and then round it off with Old Yeller,

                                    I really wouldn't consider some of the newer movies on the list,
                                    as most of production or all was done after Walt passed away.
                                    Totally agree with you on SOTS. Though its been ages since I've seen it. I was always told Disney wouldnt show it out of respect for the NAACP, demeaning African Americans. But I've heard that the NAACP has no problem with Disney if they release it again.

                                    And I am surprised I didn't include 20,000 leagues. My apologies. I just wish that the powers that be with Micechat would allow us more options for polls. Say, allow up to 15 or 20.

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                                    • #19
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                                      Song of the South...I also love that movie!
                                      "Happiness is a state of mind...." Walt Disney


                                      "You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you." Walt Disney



                                      thmar

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                                      • #20
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                                        Santa Clause 3

                                        oh i thoguth this was the most annoying movie made for release during the holiday season of 2006... sorry..

                                        I loved most of the movies up there.

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