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Guess the Disney Movie

1. Your mother finds you in a bag a stranger gave her. Because you were born deformed, all the children taunt you. One day your mother flies into a protective rage and is locked up in an asylum. Falling under the protection of a manic stage manager, you're miserable until you do some drugs and realize that your deformity could make you a star.

2. You are a genderqueer woman born during wartime. You serve in the army and narrowly escape execution when your identity is found out. Later, your would-be executioner proposes marriage during a dinner party at your parents' house. You accept.

3. You are a mute who lives under the control of a lonely bachelor. You manage to find wives for both yourself and him. You and your wife have children; one day they're abducted in the middle of the night. You find out that a woman in town wants to make coats from their skin. You go out searching for your kids in the dead of winter, and when you find them, they are not alone. You disguise a horde of children in blackface and go home.

4. You are born into a political family. One day your mother is assassinated by a stranger. You're afraid to grow up or to ever love again, but you do both when you realize a childhood friend's turned out to be beautiful and that another man wants her too. You compete for her love and win only to be separated when a natural disaster hits. You look for her in the turmoil; you find her in the flames; a year later, she gives birth to twins.

5. Your uncle wants to kill your father but instead tries to kill you. When your father is killed trying to rescue you, your uncle moves into your house. You leave and it takes you a decade to return. When you do, your uncle confesses; as you tell him that you'll let his offense go, he tries to kill you again. In self-defense, you kill him.

6. You grow up in a small town where you have a juiced-up stalker and nothing in common with anyone. One day your father stumbles upon a madhouse and is held hostage by an ugly, angry man. While attempting to save your father, you fall in love with this ugly man. Your stalker kills him in order to finally win your affections, but the ugly man comes back from the dead, and he's beautiful, and you marry him.

7. You are betrothed to a man with no sense of humor and you fall in love with a man whose friends vaguely intend to kill everyone you know for profit. You save the second man from the first one, later moving to another continent with one of the second man's friends.

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sarah girl

I'm pretty sure Hayao Miyazaki would take a stab at a few of these.

Tuna Surprise

@sarah girl
On the way to your new home, your family gets lost and ends up in an abandoned amusement park where your parents get turned into pigs while eating the buffet. You become an indentured servant at a bath house in the spirit world. A mysterious stranger guides you. You help a surly spirit get cleaned up. You break the spell on the mysterious stranger and your parents. Turns out, the stranger is really a river and you almost drowned in him once. The end.

darthvadersmom

@sarah girl you live in a mobile home with a man who is creepily beautiful, and there's a weird scarecrow following you? and other stuff happens? and no one really remembers the plot to this movie, because they are too distracted by the creepy beauty.

grizzle_bees

@darthvadersmom and an enchanted magical fire!

grizzle_bees

@sarah girl My sleep-deprived brain originally read that as "Haruki Murakami." That's a horse of a different color, right there.

wealhtheow

So 2 is Mulan, 3 is 100&1 Dalmations, 4 might be Bambi (never saw it), 5 is The Lion King, 6 is Beauty and the Beast...but what are the others?

maxine of arc

@wealhtheow 1 is Dumbo and 7 is Pocahontas. But what is 4?

polka dots vs stripes

@wealhtheow You and I got all the same ones - you're right on 4. I have no idea what 1 and 7 are.

Quinn A@twitter

@wealhtheow Wow, you're good! I never would have guessed #3, and was sort of horrified by it. (#4 is definitely Bambi)

I can't figure out 1 or 7 either. 1 sounds a little like The Hunchback of Notre Dame, but I don't think it's quite right?

royaljunk

@wealhtheow Encyclopedic Disney knowledge to the rescue!

1 Dumbo
2 Mulan
3 101 Dalmatians
4 Bambi
5 The Lion King
6 Beauty and the Beast
7 Pocahontas and Pocahontas II I guess

meetapossum

@royaljunk Yeah, that's sort of deceiving because she doesn't marry John Smith.

j-i-a

@meetapossum oh crap you're right!!! I was going through so many of these that i just was like marriage marriage marriage they all end in marriage. will edit

sophia_h

@meetapossum I had them all but 7, and I think the marriage part threw me off. Bambi took forever but I laughed a lot when I got it.

New Commenter Name

1 - Dumbo
2 - ?
3 - 101 Dalmations
4 - Bambi
5 - Lion King
6 - Beauty and the Beast
7 - ?

dj pomegranate

ok ok ok:
1. Hunchback of Notre Dame?
2. Mulan
3. 101 Dalmatians
4. Bambi
5. Lion King
6. Beauty and the Beast

WHAT IS NUMBER 7 THOUGH?

dj pomegranate

@dj pomegranate No! #1 is Dumbo, aaahahaha, of course. Pink elephants!

chnellociraptor

@dj pomegranate yo guys I got this 7 is Pocahontas.

fabel

@dj pomegranate I thought #1 was Hunchback, too. Shit, I'm bad at this---the only one I got was Mulan, & I've never even seen that movie :(

stonefruit

Brilliant! And shameful, in that I knew the answers to all of these (except 7, do I get points for never having watched Pocahontas?).

meetapossum

@stonefruit I knew all of them except Bambi because I totally forgot about the fire!

City_Dater

@stonefruit

I knew them all except Pocahontas too; by the time that came out all the children I know were too old to care so I never had to see it.

A college friend had grainy pirate tapes of all the old Disney films (in the '80s, before they were all released and re-released on VHS and DVD and whatnot) -- we would collect in her dorm room to drink and shudder at the horrors we hadn't noticed as innocent children.

lobsterhug

@meetapossum I saw Bambi once and it made me cry so my mother banned it from our lives.

savanner

@meetapossum YOU FORGOT ABOUT THE FIRE?! You mean you forgot about it because your parents learned early to FF past it while you hid under the blankets because it scared the shit out of you, right?

meetapossum

@savanner I don't remember anything past the "twitterpated" scene, basically. I think I suppressed the memory of it.

meetapossum

Oh, god, the Dumbo description is the greatest.

grizzle_bees

@meetapossum Ohgod ohgod and now I'm thinking about the "Baby of Mine" scene and when the mama's trunk comes out from between the bars and I'm choking back sobs at my desk. Seriously, that scene is only rivaled by the Mufasa's death scene as the #1 guaranteed thing to make me weep uncontrollably even to this day.

catwithglasses

#2 was the first one I got! "Mulan = genderqueer" blew my mind, but it's soo true.

LilRedCorvette

@catwithglasses The "Shang-from-Mulan-is-a-trans-ally" meme is my favorite thing the internet has created.

hahahaha, ja.

Oh my god I snort-laughed so hard at "You disguise a horde of children in blackface and go home" and now I have to clean off my computer screen.

EpWs

@hahahaha, ja. Oh god me too and now I'm trying to stifle the giggling from my coworkers help.

eiffeldesigns

I didn't get Mulan or Pocahontas- but that's only because I never bothered seeing either. I was too old by that point.

squishycat

@eiffeldesigns Mulan is actually kind of awesome? They even bothered to cast actual Asian people as the speaking (and sometimes singing) voices of several of the characters. (I still have no fucking idea why Donny Osmond sings for Shang but B. D. Wong speaks for him - the man has been on Broadway! He is fantastic and multi-talented! FUCK OSMOND!)

Undone

@eiffeldesigns
B.D. Wong is SHANG? How did I not know this? I love B.D. Wong.

Mad Dog

Dumbo
Mulan
101 Dalmations
Bambi
The Lion King
Beauty and the Beast
That Pocahontas sequel??

Mad Dog

@Mad Dog This is my favourite road trip game, btw. A+++ Jia!

stuffisthings

I didn't know Bambi's mom was a politician. As a tiny-brained woodland animal I figured she'd be above that profession (rimshot).

Anchovy Cake

@stuffisthings his dad is the Prince of the Forest, hence the political ties...

iceberg

Ahhhh so good. I hadn't seen Pocahontas either, that and Bambi I didn't get (how is Bambi's family political?)

Seeing that is was Pocahontas reminded me though, of the rip-off doll I saw in the dollar store many years ago, called Cosocahontas - which is now the byword in my family for any shoddy copyright rip-off item

meetapossum

@iceberg His dad was Prince of the Forest.

ETA: Oh, apparently he was the GREAT Prince of the Forest.

Probs

@iceberg isn't his dad the "King of the forest" or something? Someone definitely calls Bambi "little prince" at some point.
ETA: oh ho, sniped by meetapossum

dj pomegranate

You are born to royalty but find it hard to relate to your peers so spend most of your teenage years feeling misunderstood. Your father bans you from leaving his kingdom, but you fall in love at first sight with a handsome laborer and are determined to seduce him. You strike a deal with a magician that will enable you to leave the kingdom in a clever disguise. Unfortunately, the man falls in love with the magician instead of you. Your royal father arrives just in time, kills the magician, and gives you permission to marry the man. You realize that have never had a conversation with your future husband but you marry him anyway.

fabel

The Little Mermaid!

sophia_h

@dj pomegranate "Don't underestimate the importance of BODY LANGUAGE, HAH"

Mad Dog

@dj pomegranate Haha nice. I was just thinking of what The Little Mermaid would be. Isn't Eric a prince though, technically? Not a labourer, just slumming.

iceberg

@sophia_h I want to go out drinking with Ursula, she's fucking fabulous!

sophia_h

@iceberg Ursula looks and sounds like my cranky chain-smoking aunt, with whom you should never play Hearts.

j-i-a

@dj pomegranate dude the little mermaid plot is so much more complicated than i remembered; ursula taking over the whole damn kingdom? the wikipedia blew my mind

dj pomegranate

@Mad Dog Oh true...I forgot that she already knew he was a prince before they met! She had that statue of him in her treasure trove!

OhMarie

@j-i-a I rewatched The Little Mermaid and other Disney movies from my childhood this past year and it is legitimately a great movie. Definitely the best from my Little Mermaid/Aladdin/Lion King early 90s trifecta.

Emmettalie

@dj pomegranate Yeah, she had the statue, but does that mean she knew? She had only seen him as a sailor on the boat, and lets face it: girl was not the brightest bulb. Maybe she just thought all handsome human sailors got statues of themselves?? Also, how did Flounder get that statue back to her treasure grotto all by himself?

bookins

@j-i-a I assumed it was left out because that movie is beyond reproach. Flawless and GOAT Disney movie, hands down.

grizzle_bees

@sophia_h YES favorite scene in all of the Disney movies by far. Love the aging queen.

squishycat

@sophia_h Ursula is not only fucking amazing, but is a) based (at least design-wise) on Divine, and b) I have a long-standing theory that she totally used to bang Triton and c) is clearly a remnant of a past dynasty that was WAY, WAY more decadent and badass (there is dialogue indicating that she used to live in the palace)

grizzle_bees

@squishycat Yeah, I mean why else does she hate Triton so much? Spurned lover, helloooo. Also - maybe she's secretly the mother of Triton's kids? Because where the hell is the Sea Queen, huh?

squishycat

@shart_attack I think the Sea Queen is dead or... something. In Andersen's original story there's no mother, either, just the Little Mermaid's grandmother (who is the king's mother IIRC), who clearly has some power. (The Sea Witch also is really just kind of a wise-woman type in a story that does not like the wise-woman type - she has no designs on the kingdom.)

polka dots vs stripes

@j-i-a It's occasionally on TV and I'm always blown away by how in-depth they get with the B plots!

Flackette

1. Dumbo
2. Mulan
3. 101 Dalmations
4. Bambi
5. Lion King
6. Beauty and the Beast
7. ?

265712952@twitter

@Flackette Pocahontas

mystique

Mulan is the best. THE BEST. I related to it so closely then, and even more now because I still relate to it on even more levels. The Shang thing sounds weird in this context, but in the movie I remember he let her go (with her comrades defending her), and then there was a lot of talk from her emperor, her father, and even Shang that her differences (her "genderqueerness," her drive, "blooming in adversity") being the most special part of her. I mean, the emperor even hires her to replace the man who wanted her executed in the first place!

And the Shang bit was a cute add-in in the end, but he grew on his own in the movie too (with his dad dying, etc.). The best relationships in this movie are Mulan and herself, Mulan and her friends, and of course Mulan and her father.

...I could write a whole, long article on this movie, I swear.

iceberg

@mystique Do it, and submit it!

Undone

@mystique
Yes, seriously, do it. The part where her father tells her that the late-blooming flower is the most beautiful of all makes me sob.

sophia_h

You are a boy child kidnapped by a powerful adult man. The police either cannot find you or haven't bothered, but some independent contractors do, though it inconveniently interrupts their attempts to get engaged. Somehow this is a Disney movie.

Probs

@sophia_h Rescuers Down Under!

meetapossum

@sophia_h THE POLICE HAVEN'T BOTHERED. hahahaha

Probs

@sophia_h Furthermore, your mother believes you to have been eaten by crocodiles!

sophia_h

@Probs aka the last movie from the dark period between Walt's death and Little Mermaid, and boy is it weird. My sister and I owned and used to watch it all the time, though, because we were '80s children.

Edit: OMG I FORGOT ABOUT THE CROCODILE THING. Is that one on Netflix yet? They've been putting all the shitty late '90s/early 00s ones on Instant lately.

Roxy Throatpunch

@sophia_h I was totally going to guess The Rescuers, but got confused because Penny is a girl!

...I have not seen Rescuers Down Under, clearly.

wobbletown

@sophia_h The Rescuers Down Under was by far the most disturbing of the Disney movies I saw as a child. Almost on par with Don Bluth's oeuvre.

sophia_h

@wobbletown I think it was pretty shortly after Bluth left Disney to make his own movies, so probably was made by people he'd trained. The pre-Mermaid stuff from the '80s is dark.

Probs

@sophia_h soooo dark! And locked in with a bunch of animals waiting to be skinned and turned into wallets? That frilled lizard is one of my all time fave Disney characters, now that I think about it

Mad Dog

@wobbletown Speaking of ... can we talk about ROCK A DOODLE DO for a second here? Like what the actual fuck, Bluth? That giant smoke rooster was terrifying.

EpWs

@Mad Dog You want dark? Was All Dogs Go To Heaven Disney or something else? Because yeeeeeesh...

maybe partying will help

@sophia_h

Both Rescuers AND Down Under are on Netflix! They were my faves as a kid so I'm excited (?) to revisit that old lady and her goddamn terrifying crocodile.

meetapossum

@Mad Dog Dude, the beginning of Rock-a-Doodle is TERRIFYING. The owls! The flood!

wobbletown

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher All Dogs Go To Heaven was Don Bluth! That man knew how to traumatize children and no mistake.

Mad Dog

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher I watched that at any age (over 10) when I should have realized from the title that the dogs did, in fact, die. I did not realize that and was SHOCKED AND APPALLED.

meetapossum

@wobbletown Speaking of Don Bluth:
"You are a blinding brilliant light from heaven. Now there is one important role we have yet to discuss...and that is the voice of King Llort...in the 1993 animated feature A Troll in Central Park. If you haven't seen A Troll in Central Park...you must. It is like looking into the face of God and seeing Him smiling back and saying, 'You are my most wondrous creation.'"

savanner

@Mad Dog
Rock-a-Doodle! That dog that couldn't tie his shoes! The flood! The sandbags! Oh, god.
I was quite young when I watched it, and for some reason (maybe a dream?) legitimately thought that the rooster was my boyfriend. I remember looking for him all over for like a week, thinking he was probably hiding behind trees or furniture everywhere I went. I cried and cried when I realized it wasn't real.
See also: Michelangelo the ninja turtle.

Mad Dog

You are a homeless teen who gives an imprisoned magician a vigorous rubbing. In exchange, he gives you a sweet ride and fake money to impress the crazy cat lady you have had your eye on. She finds out you aren't really rich, but it doesn't matter because her only other option is a much-older dude who wants her for a sex slave. You free the magician.

EpWs

@Mad Dog ALADDIN

yeah-elle

@Mad Dog Jafar, your beard is so...TWISTED.

dj pomegranate

@Mad Dog I always really liked Jasmine's red sex-slave outfit. She should have put it into her regular wardrobe rotation.

Mad Dog

@dj pomegranate I was just jealous of her tiger. Like all I want out of life is a hooded cloak and a giant cat to follow me wherever I go. IS THAT SO HARD, WORLD?

polka dots vs stripes

@Mad Dog omg omg omg THIS THREAD.

frigwiggin

You're a horrible amalgamation of man and beast, just like everyone around you, and chickens can play lutes somehow, oh god oh god

frigwiggin

I don't think I'm doing this right.

sophia_h

@frigwiggin THAT IS MY FAVORITE MOVIE

EpWs

@frigwiggin Oo de lally!

Quinn A@twitter

@frigwiggin I think you're doing it really right!

(Though I don't know about "horrible amalgamation". I know a lot of people who say that Fox!Robin Hood was their first crush. Enough people to be...concerning, actually)

EpWs

@Quinn A@twitter *raises hand tentatively*

rosaline

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Seconded.

Emmettalie

@rosaline Thirded. Not ashamed either. Robin Hood was soooo charming and handsome. He wasn't replaced in my heart until Prince Eric, and that's just because they took time to draw him a pretty nice chest and he had the best hair of them all up to that point.

Dandyliongirl

@frigwiggin MY USERPIC HAS NEVER BEEN MORE APPROPRIATE. I love that movie so.

pixieg

@Emmettalie My sister fancied the Fox, I fancied Prince Eric.

stonefruit

@Quinn A@twitter Oh hey me too. He was a fox! (rim shot)

highfivesforall

@Quinn A@twitter Oh my lord yes. When he is disguised as the stork - those eyes! Also I think I was also in love with Fox!Maid Marian, but they pretty much looked identical, so.

lobsterhug

@Quinn A@twitter It's because Brian Bedford is the voice of SEX.

dj pomegranate

@highfivesforall Your feelings are my feelings. I had equal crushes on Fox!Maid Marian and Fox!Robin Hood. Unlike the Disney princes who just kind of show up and look pretty (looking at you, Prince Charming) he had personality! He was funny and earnest and conniving and rocked a stork costume.

Related: How many of you throw Robin Hood quotes into everyday conversation and then are disappointed when no one recognizes them? "Hiss! Put it on my luggage! Peeee-jayyyyy!"

Dandyliongirl

@dj pomegranate The phrase "Nottingham, the richest plum of all!" is one I employ regularly. No one ever recognises it :(

semolinapilchard

@dj pomegranate YES! "PJ! I like that! PJ!" My sister and I always pantomime waving a flag and saying, "Yay, Dad" like the little turtle.

log lady

@frigwiggin YES! "Put that on my luggage" is my favorite, and I have been known to sing "Not in Nottingham" to myself when it's particularly gloomy outside.

dj pomegranate

@semolinapilchard That little turtle was the cuuuuuutest!

Whenever someone talks about horoscopes/their sign I have the urge to say, "Fortunes forecast! Lucky charms! Catch the dope with your horoscope!" And/or "Fortune tellers! How droll!"

meetapossum

An orphan is adopted by an elderly woman. He soon makes a new friend with a very different background. Following several conflicts with his friend's father, the orphan is abandoned in the woods by his adoptive mother. After being pursued by his former friend, he murders a bear and nearly drowns. Although he is almost murdered himself, he is allowed to return to his wife and family.

EpWs

@meetapossum Jesus, I have no idea.

Roxy Throatpunch

@meetapossum I feel like the bear-murdering should be the clue here, but I am still not getting it...

frigwiggin

@meetapossum The Fox and the Hound! Maybe? I haven't seen that one in years.

sophia_h

@meetapossum Fox and the Hound, I think, the only Disney movie I haven't seen except that terrible looking barnyard one from a few years ago.

meetapossum

@frigwiggin You got it, friggie!!

Guys, this is by far my favorite Disney movie. It makes me cry like a little baby every time.

katherinerine

@meetapossum Hmmm... also very much like Brother Bear.

Mad Dog

You are an adopted child who is dehumanized by all around you,.except your imaginary friend. You get picked up by a creepy man who forces you to perform with a bunch of other little boys in a...donkey show.

Yeah, I can't even with this one. Like I am not even trying to make it sound bad.

EpWs

@Mad Dog Pinocchio. That is a fucked-up movie for something that is allegedly for children.

Roxy Throatpunch

@Mad Dog Piiiiiiiiiinocchio, which is so fucking scary.

Roxy Throatpunch

@Roxy Throatpunch Also, Pinocchio is the first movie I saw in the theatre, with my dad, and I still can't believe that was his choice. I WAS THREE. WHAT THE HELL, DAD.

dj pomegranate

@Roxy Throatpunch The donkey show in Pinocchio is legit terrifying.

Mad Dog

@dj pomegranate Yes. It's one of those things that I found really sick and panic-inducing as a child. It was just an inherent wrongness that permeated the bubble of my extremely happy childhood; a deep-down nauseous fear that I couldn't ever properly explain or articulate. I think I have seen that movie maybe twice in my whole life. Shudder.

VerityStandingStill

@Mad Dog This definitely made me laugh out loud. Glad everyone else in my office is in the conference room.

Wookiee Hole

@VerityStandingStill I laughed and snorted for an inappropriate amount of time on that one. I had to explain to my coworker, who's reaction was much like my own.

Julia duMais

@Mad Dog I still have this reaction to not only Pinocchio, but Alice in Wonderland. I saw that Alice was on Netflix now and was like "okay it can't be as bad as I remember, now that I am a grown-up who has been through a lot of therapy and is on meds, right?" IT WAS. I had to stop after "The Walrus and the Carpenter" because it was just giving me that same damn reaction you describe, ugh.

blushingflower

@Mad Dog It was the whale part that always made me go "okay, enough". That VHS did not get a lot of play in my house.

David A. Arnott@twitter

You are a custodian working at an international body dedicated to monitoring and combating child trafficking. Somehow, you catch the eye of a sexy Eastern European agent, who convinces the organization to let you partner with her on a mission, during which you're forced to desecrate human remains. Ultimately you succeed and donate a massive gem to The Smithsonian.

EpWs

@David A. Arnott@twitter Rescuers??

David A. Arnott@twitter

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Ding ding ding!

EpWs

@David A. Arnott@twitter It has been a long-ass time since I saw that. Is an alligator involved, somehow?

stonefruit

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher R-E-S-C-U-E, Rescue Aid Society! Heads held high, touch the sky, you mean everything to me.

(I'm not sure this is the answer, but hell if I don't know that theme song by heart.)

ETA: Yes on the alligator front!

EpWs

You are in an acid trip.
(Two possible correct answers!)

Roxy Throatpunch

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Only two?

dj pomegranate

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher ALICE IN WONDERLAND for sure.

sophia_h

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Winnie the Pooh and Dumbo! True story, my copies of those were dubbed by my dad in 1984 with rentals and a borrowed second VCR, and he edited out those sections because he thought they'd be too scary for 3 year old me (he was probably right).

EpWs

@Roxy Throatpunch GOOD POINT.
@dj pomegranate YES that's one I was thinking of.
@sophia_h I hadn't thought of Dumbo, but yeah. Winnie the Pooh?

fabel

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Alice & Wonderland?

fabel

Alice ampersand wonderland, right. Where is my brain?

meetapossum

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Watch the Heffalumps and Woozles song and you'll understand @sophia_h's point.

sophia_h

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Heffalumps and Woozles!

Roxy Throatpunch

@all How is Fantastia not part of this discussion?

EpWs

@sophia_h It's been a looooooong time. To the youtube!
edit: JESUS

EpWs

@Roxy Throatpunch THERE IT IS

sophia_h

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Yes, Dad was onto something there.

SuperGogo

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Totes Fantasia--swirly colors, dancing brooms and nymphs, a huge demon creature! It's like a whole movie of the Dumbo pink elephant trip.

Julia duMais

@sophia_h He probably was because man, that movie freaked me the fuck out when I was a kid. Like, to the point where I saw it was on Netflix the other day, decided it couldn't possibly be as bad as I remembered it, could only watch 15 minutes of it, tried again the next day, could only watch another 10 minutes, and gave the fuck up because I was starting to get all anxious and panicky. I've never even read the book, because I just can't deal with it.

EpWs

Your parents commit a huge social faux-pas when you are young and someone is slighted, with terrible consequences. Three busybodies with no baking skills try and prevent it, but they fail, because this is a fairy tale and you can't just avoid horrific prophecies. Later, a man breaks in and assaults you without your consent. For whatever reason, you go along with this and marry him, I guess.

meetapossum

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Haha, Sleeping Beauty!

Roxy Throatpunch

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Best.

grizzle_bees

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher This is not even to say what he does to her in the original Grimm's version...

EpWs

A man keeps a large lizard as a pet in an inhospitable environment. This ends badly.

Roxy Throatpunch

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Oh man, I was totally going to say Peter Pan, but the croc isn't actually Hook's pet. Is he?

I've been trying to come up with something good for Peter Pan and can't get past "You are the oldest of three children with emotionally absent and neglectful parents who leave the dog in charge when they go out."

EpWs

@Roxy Throatpunch Not Peter Pan, but good guess!
"A man breaks in and gives you all a hallucinogenic substance. Again, we have LEFT THE DOG IN CHARGE."

Roxy Throatpunch

@Roxy Throatpunch A juvenile delinquent sneaks into your room and convinces you and your brothers to run away. You end up somewhere with no adults and some racism, being terrorized by a disabled military veteran. The juvenile delinquent also has a bitchy, jealous female companion, who almost dies. Everyone goes home, and the juvenile delinquent eventually sneaks into your daughter's room decades later.

stonefruit

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Yo back off Nana, she was doing her best.

EpWs

@stonefruit She tried! But there's only so much you can do when you've apparently tied yourself up to your own doghouse and a crazy child is spiriting away your charges.

meetapossum

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher WHAT IS THE LIZARD ONE this is driving me crazy

stonefruit

@meetapossum UGH ME TOO!

sophia_h

@stonefruit I keep thinking Pete's Dragon, but we haven't crossed into the live action ones yet.

(WHCH ARE SOME WHACK SHIT, YOU GUYS. DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE.)

dj pomegranate

@meetapossum @The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Rescuers Down Under? The villain had a giant lizard, right?

EpWs

@meetapossum Rescuers Down Under! I left out almost all of the plot, sorry, that was unfair.
edit: YES, dj pomegranate!

meetapossum

@sophia_h OH MAN, Pete's Dragon would fit that perfectly.

(Gosh, a description of Darby O'Gill would be AMAZING.)

stonefruit

@sophia_h PETE'S DRAGON. Ye gods and small fishes, talk about a movie that has not held up well.

sophia_h

@stonefruit I'm scared to watch it now, because it was my favorite as a young child and I'm sure it's terrible. But...Helen Reddy and Mickey Rooney! I loved the songs,

The banshee in Darby, omg...

dj pomegranate

@stonefruit I LOVED Pete's Dragon as a child but I haven't watched it as an adult for fear that it will be too ridiculous. :(

stonefruit

@sophia_h Oh that banshee. So many nightmares.

Gulfie

@Roxy Throatpunch DISABLED MILTARY VETERAN omg

sarah girl

I am a massive Disney fan, and still totally did not realize until I got to the comment section that these weren't fake :(

sophia_h

You are a child who, along with a barnyard animal with no self-defense skills and a chatterbox girl with a magic ball she can't really use, have to stop an evil madman from raising terrifying skeletons and taking over the world. Again, this is somehow a Disney movie.

EpWs

@sophia_h BLACK FUCKING CAULDRON
or is it the other one I can never remember the name of?

stonefruit

@sophia_h HOW WAS THIS A CHILDREN'S MOVIE. HOW.

sophia_h

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher nope, that's it! My parents took me to see the as a small child and were horrified -- "this is a Disney movie??"

stonefruit

@sophia_h It's such a good book, but such a bafflingly terribly movie.

sophia_h

@stonefruit Yes, I read the books a few years back and they were pretty good. Disney was in a weird place at the time.

squishycat

@sophia_h Yeah, the whole studio was just... really not on the ball at the time. Morale as a whole was low, they were trying to modernize and failing... And then they did The Little Mermaid and BOOM.

pixieg

@squishycat Have you seen Waking Sleeping Beauty? It's all about what you're talking about. It's pretty good!

squishycat

@pixieg I keep meaning to!

flanhoodles

@sophia_h My aunt worked for Disney during this time period and has some framed animation cels from that movie...even the stills are terrifying!

meetapossum

A butler tries to murder an heiress to secure his own inheritance. After she and her children escape into the woods, they are helped by scruffy guy from the wrong side of the tracks and his musician friends. Later, the butler takes a trip to Africa, and the heiress's mother starts an orphanage.

EpWs

@meetapossum ????

stonefruit

@meetapossum ARISTOCATS.

(AKA the movie where I had to explain to the small people I was minding how unbelievably racist the brief depiction of a Siamese cat was. FUN TIMES, THANKS A LOT DISNEY.)

Quinn A@twitter

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher The Aristocats!

meetapossum

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Sorry, TEW, I am picking out some obscure shit.

dj pomegranate

@stonefruit I was just looking at the Lady and the Tramp Wikipedia and learned that the cats names are Si and Am.

stonefruit

@dj pomegranate SHUT YOUR MOUTH. Holy crap.

At least with Lady and the Tramp you know it's coming, though. The thing in Aristocats was very brief and came out of nowhere.

sophia_h

Your life is pretty nice until you get a younger sibling and an older relative turns you out into the street for allegedly assaulting it. You meet and fall in love with a homeless man.

meetapossum

@sophia_h Lady & the Tramp. Oh man, the rat scene always scared the bejeezus out of me.

dj pomegranate

@sophia_h haha, jinx! I kind of like yours better though.

dj pomegranate

You are an adopted child of a well-off family and you are very content until your mother gives birth to another child, which makes you question your position in the family. You find yourself intrigued by someone from the wrong side of the tracks and he invites you to explore his urban lifestyle and also takes you to a great new restaurant. You bail out some of his friends from jail, get married, and have a lot of babies.

EpWs

@dj pomegranate Lady and the Tramp!

yeah-elle

Orphaned and abandoned as an infant, you nonetheless enjoy an idyllic childhood with your eccentric adoptive family. However, when the new neighbors continually try to eat you, your mom insists you move. Instead you party with lay-abouts and various rockstars. Even after your friends and family sacrifice almost everything to guarantee your safety, you refuse to leave until you see a totally smokin' babe on the outskirts of town.

oh! valencia

@yeah-elle Took me a few minutes, but it's the Jungle Book!

sophia_h

@yeah-elle awww, Jungle Book

meetapossum

@yeah-elle Jungle Book!

Oof, it took me too long to get this one.

stonefruit

@yeah-elle ohhhhhhhhh! Nice.

Crap, now I have all the Disney songs on replay in my head.

yeah-elle

I am now regretting not managing to work in "In the future, your new family will grumble, 'Were you brought up by wolves?'" somehow.

polka dots vs stripes

@yeah-elle I remember nothing from this movie except the Bear/are Necessities song, so thank you for the recap!

yeah-elle

@polka dots vs stripes For some reason, my primary memory from the movie is not the Bear/are Necessities song, but the one with the boa constrictor with hypnotizing eyes who sings, "trust in meeeee."

polka dots vs stripes

@yeah-elle Ohhhhh I had forgotten about that one (obviously), but I remember using that when trying to get my little sister to do something with me!

dj pomegranate

I love this thread so much.

rathermarvelous

You are the young intern of a very cold and demanding boss. Eager to please, you take on a much more ambitious project than you can handle, nearly destroying your boss' house. After cleaning it all up himself, your boss forgives you, after a light beating.

EpWs

@rathermarvelous Sorcerer's Apprentice?

fabel

Okay, is THIS Fantasia? The Mickey Mouse part?

dj pomegranate

@fabel You are a dancer in an inter-species ballet. Everyone dances until the building literally collapses around you.

Roxy Throatpunch

@rathermarvelous Fantaaaaaaaaaaasia.

rathermarvelous

@dj pomegranate I was just thinking of this one! Seriously, Fantasia is my favorite childhood/420 movie.

RNL
RNL

@rathermarvelous I was always super eager for the boobies in the centaur part.

rathermarvelous

@RNL Me tooooo! If only dating were more like that Technicolor bacchanal.

sophia_h

You are an orphaned boy child/household servant. An old man wants to spend a lot of time with you in the woods and everyone is cool with that. He constantly endangers your life, and his interest in you is conditioned on you following his chosen career path, so eventually he abandons you. You accidentally become the head of state. Again, you are a child, but everyone is cool with that.

meetapossum

@sophia_h YES THANK YOU. I was hoping someone would do The Sword and the Stone.

"Merlin! You're back! From Ber-ber-ber..."
"BERMUUUDAAAA???"

sophia_h

@meetapossum My husband suggested it, because I was reading aloud to him. I could do these literally all day.

meetapossum

@sophia_h Me too! When can we start in on the half-animated ones?

stonefruit

@meetapossum This appears to have started directly below :)

EpWs

You and your brother are small sociopathic children who run off several people who should be in charge of you. A woman arrives with TARDIS luggage, and she and her inscrutably-accented friend take you on adventures. There is an economic collapse and your father almost kills himself, but doesn't. Your mother is an early feminist badass who goes around singing about misandry.

stonefruit

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher oh, Mary Poppins!

"Though we adore men individually, we agree that as a group they're rather stupid ..."

sophia_h

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Live action movie time has arrived! I own Mary Poppins on DVD, btw.

(I'm not actually a Disney fanatic, we just owned a bunch of them and had the Disney channel when it was a pay channel so I'm familiar with even the weird ones, like the Gnomemobile.)

yeah-elle

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher I loooooved Mary Poppins. I had the soundtrack on cassette and sang along with the suffragette song so often, my brother finally stole the tape and hid it from me.

yeah-elle

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Also, "Close your mouth, we are not a cod fish."

stonefruit

@sophia_h The Gnomemobile, the Gnomemobile / rolling along in the Gnomemobile / I'm the most wonderful sight I feel / rolling along in the Gnomemobile!

(We didn't have the Disney channel, but we did have a VCR and my parents made good use of the Disney Sunday Night Movie programming.)

yeah-elle

Also, "Feed the birds and what have you got? FAT. BIRDS."

Clearly I still love this movie too much?

EpWs

@yeah-elle Not possible. :)

Scandyhoovian

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher And though we adore men individually, we agree that as a group they're raaaatheerrr stuuuupid...

grizzle_bees

@stonefruit Just re-watched that movie recently and as a kid the Suffragist thing was wayyy-heyyy over my head. I love when that happens. Side note: I always thought "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" meant like...putting his picture in a frame?

polka dots vs stripes

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher For someone who otherwise let me watch everything Julie Andrews ever did and was a #1 feminist, my mother HAAAAAAAAAATED Mary Poppins. To this day I don't know why.

meetapossum

A witch in the country takes in three children from the city. She is disappointed to find that her mentor is actually a con artist. After dragging a bed around London in search of an antique book, she finds herself at the whim of a maniacal king with a soccer fetish. Later, she chases Nazis with the help of an army of ghosts.

stonefruit

@meetapossum
YES

BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS

I'VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS

EpWs

@meetapossum Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?
edit: BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS ugh I got my magical vehicles mixed up

dj pomegranate

@meetapossum Ack, I forgot the whole bit about the Nazis! What a bizarro movie.

meetapossum

@dj pomegranate That's because the movie is WAY too long.

stonefruit

@dj pomegranate She takes the kids in because of the bombings in London! Such a bizarre decision to base a kids' movie in that whole time/place.

meetapossum

@stonefruit Like, why are the Nazis even invading that country town?

Also, even the Wikipedia description of what happens is brilliant: "Eventually landing in a nearby lagoon, after a brief interlude in an underwater nightclub, the group is caught by a bear that is fishing in the lagoon."

Emmettalie

@meetapossum I was gonna do that one! LOVE that movie (but I also had forgotten about the nazi connection until re-watching as an adult. WTF?!)

proudsquarepeg

@meetapossum I LOOOOOVED Bedknobs and Broomsticks as a kid. Coming to a bookshelf near you, Eglantine Price's "I was a Witch for the War Effort"...

stonefruit

@proudsquarepeg G-d dammit my main contributions to this thread are song lyrics, but:

Eglantine, Eglantine, oh how you shine!
Your lot
and my lot
have got
to combine!

Roxanne Rholes

@stonefruit My father, who is not excellent with words, has repeatedly referred to this movie as "Breadsticks and Whatnot."

meetapossum

@stonefruit Portobello Road, Portobello Road, street where the riches of ages are stowed, anything and everything a chap can unload is sold of the barrow in Poooorttooobelllooo Road

EpWs

@Roxanne Rholes That is delightful.

pinniped

@meetapossum I still think of that song whenever I eat portobello mushrooms!

blushingflower

@meetapossum Because it's by the ocean, and they were invading the whole island!
I mean, it is a trippy (but wonderful) movie, but England was actually concerned about a Nazi invasion along the cost; they had tons of fortifications and such to prevent it. Not that the historical context is something kids would be familiar with nowadays (the evacuation from London alone doesn't make sense if you don't know about the Blitz)

pajamaralls

I only got 2 - 5.

How do I constantly forgot how Beauty and the Beast ends? It's almost like my memory of that movie begins and ends with Be Our Guest.

squishycat

@pajamaralls That's because the ending is the most disappointing part of the movie. (Seriously this comes up every time the movie is mentioned. Basically everyone I have ever talked to was disappointed as all hell by Blonde Fabio Prince Beast.)

pajamaralls

@squishycat I had to Youtube the transformation part 'cause I didn't remember what he looked like. Blerg.

And the tags for that story are angst and revisionist fairy tale. Love it.

Emmettalie

@sophia_h AHhhhhh! That was amazing! Everyone go read that!

squishycat

@sophia_h OMG YAY. Will read SO SOON.

sophia_h

@Emmettalie Thank you! It was what happened when I rewatched the movie in college and was like "you know..."

Valancy

@sophia_h Thank you for sharing! That was lovely. I always want to turn the movie off while he's transforming, before he turns into a limp looking princeling with a weird chin. I want him to have a beard, or at least a little stubble. Hmm, maybe I should add The Beast to my list of pre-adolescent crushes that have led to my current crushes on hirsute men. (Also on this list: Byron Sully)

Elsajeni

@sophia_h ... oh. Oh my God. What a perfect story, thank you.

sophia_h

@Elsajeni and Valancy Thank you guys! I'm glad to find so many people had the same feelings about the ending as I did, :)

42806851@twitter

For Sale: Mother's Day Card, Never Used

did I do it right?

EpWs

@42806851@twitter Practically any Disney movie anywhere?

Emmettalie

A pretty girl's mom died when she was young. Her step-mom was less than nurturing. While strolling through her neighborhood, she breaks into the house of some laborers. Upon discovery, the seven grown-up men agree the pretty teenage girl can live with them on the condition that she be their maid. She's bad at chewing her food, and a passing stranger molests her. She marries him.

Roxy Throatpunch

@Emmettalie Snow White, and I LOVE it.

EpWs

@Emmettalie This is fantastic.

squishycat

@Emmettalie Technically in the Disney version Prince Molester is not a *complete* stranger. Disney actually went out of his way to try to give him some personality and the two of them a little story. I mean, there's not much of it but at least he's more interesting than the Prince in Cinderella. (Apparently Disney had a huge problem making the princes in Snow White/Sleeping Beauty/Cinderella interesting both from a design standpoint and a character standpoint. Cinderella's is really the worst failure - dude's face DOES NOT MOVE. He's such a clean-cut 50s boy, without any charm or distinguishing features. He's all SQUARE. At least in Snow White the prince meets her briefly in the beginning (and in Sleeping Beauty he has a *name* and they meet and dance and there is the adorable tiny scene when three-year-old Prince Phillip looks into baby Aurora's cradle as their parents discuss betrothals and makes a totally age-appropriate "wtf is this useless immobile thing" face-scrunch).)

smartastic

Oh my god you guys Bambi is a BOY? I've somehow never seen it and I just assumed ...

Emmettalie

@smartastic Right? Also a boy is the skunk that doesn't mind being called "Flower"

wobbletown

Your father is kidnapped by a well-known B horror movie star and forced to design a killer robot. You must join a probable cocaine addict and his veteran friend to find him and save the head of state from being eaten.

EpWs

@wobbletown GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE holy shit. I was sitting here going "Bruce Campbell isn't in any Disney movies..."

pixieg

I got 4 out of 7. I'm pretty pleased with myself for getting 101 Dalmations so quickly!

proudsquarepeg

You and your siblings are recently orphaned, sent cross country in the company of a ball-busting career lady, only to be placed in the care of a criminal. You assert that you have an inheritance from your parents but are called a liar and a fool. When you are proven right, attempts are continually made to steal it from you and your siblings under the pretense of caring about your welfare. Local law enforcement cannot assist you, because they are only part-time and there's criminals running all about the town with varying degrees of success.

Emmettalie

@proudsquarepeg Is that The Apple Dumpling Gang?

Emmettalie

Girl is too poor to marry her poor boyfriend partially because she takes care of a bunch of kids that aren't hers. Some people she doesn't trust tell her he's died, and she believes it. She discovers she's wrong when he turns up in drag. When some sheep get lost, they go into a forest full of talking, singing trees. They eventually find the goofy old man who makes all the Christmas toys and help him for a while. Meanwhile the only man in town with any money to speak of has been wanting to marry the girl. They guys get small for a little battle, then everything ends happily with a wedding. The girl goes on later to spend lots of time on beaches.

meetapossum

@Emmettalie This description of Babes in Toyland is the best.

iceberg

The person you love most in the world doesn't even see you as a real person. He keeps you and your other friends imprisoned in a box and only lets you out in order to force you to act out his fantasies. One day a new prisoner arrives. You are jealous and hate him for taking your captor's attention away, but eventually he becomes your best friend.

Emmettalie

@iceberg That a dark description of Toy Story. It feels very sex-dungeon (or attic wife)

highfivesforall

I love that this is written in second person.

Emmettalie

A fathers physically handicapped son get taken, so he gets help from a mentally handicapped fish to find him. Everyone overcomes their disabilities. The end.

stonefruit

@Emmettalie Oh man, I think Dory is just terminally sweet, not developmentally disabled.

lobsterhug

@Emmettalie Finding Nemo! Which I hated and people think I'm terrible for not liking it, but kids hate it too

Emmettalie

@stonefruit It's a close call really. But her sweetness is separate from her complete lack of focus and memory. If ever a fish had ADHD, it's her. She's like if Memento was about a cheerful fish.

meetapossum

@lobsterhug Nearly half of our child critics disliked Finding Nemo, complaining that it was “overhyped” and “very predictable” (Noa, 12), “a little weird” (Lizey, 9), and “went overboard with fantasy” (Jacob, 10).

OMG, the child critics are adorable.

stonefruit

@meetapossum The thing is, there are some hilarious almost Easter-egg-like gems in there. Like when the two lobsters are talking to each other with outlandishly broad Maine accents, or when one of the little fishy guys falls into a hole covered by a grate, and says, glumly, "Great."

Noa et al. aren't wrong, per se, but I liked it was more than, say, Wall-E.

lizardjellybean

As a baby, your parents are murdered during a breaking and entering just after they moved to their new home. Your adoptive mother, deep in grief from the loss of her biological child, takes you in, but your father will never accept you, because you can't match up to his impossible standards. You make some misfit friends, and life seems fine until a really hot, kinda klutzy lady and her bumbling academic dad arrive at your home. You learn their strange customs. Their guide turns out to be a madman and tries to kill your dad. You try to save your dad, but it doesn't work so well. You accidentally kill the guide, but you marry the hot klutz, so it all works out.

EpWs

@lizardjellybean Tarzan! I was hoping someone would do this one!

bookins

Everybody Wants to be You.

EpWs

@bookins Is this a reference to the Everybody Wants To Be A Cat song??

bookins

@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Yes! I love that song. Right after I wrote it I realized Aristocats had been done upthread but I can't let any chance to bring up The Aristocats pass me by.

Scandyhoovian

You are the sole provider for your family and you are having trouble making ends meet. Your sister acts out and has trouble making friends, so you buy her a pet. You lose your job and a social worker decides that placing your sister in a foster home is the best thing for her, but politicians get involved and you manage to keep your family together in the end.

125823751@twitter

@Scandyhoovian lilo & stitch! oh boy, this took me forever haha

Scandyhoovian

@125823751@twitter Yes!! Love that movie. Imagine, a nontraditional POC family, nobody's a princess, people have responsibilities like childcare and jobs... Disney had something there!

mlle.gateau

You are raised in complete isolation by an emotionally abusive mother who is obsessed with your grooming techniques. When you finally gather the courage to escape the torment, you end up on the lam with a thief who is living under an assumed name. Despite the isolated and abusive nature of your childhood, you are highly functional, charming everyone you meet. You discover that your mother is actually a kidnapper and that your real parents have been searching ineffectually for you for years. A quick haircut resolves whatever lingering psychological scars you carried, and you marry the thief after he comes clean about his past and his true identity.

iceberg

@mlle.gateau Tangled! hahahaha well done!

Julia duMais

You are a capricious, spoiled despot. Your recently-fired adviser's assassination attempt backfires and you are turned into a camelid. Her assistant takes pity on you and helps you escape, rather than finishing the job as she demands; a peasant whose village you intended to destroy on a whim attempts to help you get back home. He learns that you have lied to him and still fully intend to destroy his village when you get there and are returned to your natural form, and leaves you to escape your adviser yourself. He, his children, and his pregnant wife eventually help you to escape when your adviser comes looking for you. In the end, your adviser is turned into a cat and you are returned to your human form. You do not destroy the village after all.

stonefruit

@Julia duMais The Emperor's New Groove!

Julia duMais

@stonefruit God, I friggin' adore that movie. My DVD was skipping like crazy the last time I tried to watch it; I wonder if my mother's copy is still in okay shape. OKAY WHY DOES SHE EVEN HAVE THAT LEVER

dj pomegranate

@Julia duMais Baaaaaaa this and Robin Hood are definitely my top favoritest movies. "I know. It's called a "cruel irony." Like my dependence on you!"

Julia duMais

@dj pomegranate and when it arrives I'LL SMASH IT WITH A HAMMER

Man oh man I have not watched Robin Hood in years but it's one of the few pre-The Little Mermaid ones that doesn't make me feel panicky and creeped out when I think about it, which probably bodes well for a rewatch! I remember being very confused as a child about whether I wanted to be Robin or marry him, also, which probably explains a lot.

Undone

@Julia duMais
So glad you covered Emperor's New Groove. It's maybe the funniest Disney movie? Love the part where they're unsuccessfully trying to poison the emperor, and whatsherface is acting out hitting him on the head, with a piece of broccoli.

dj pomegranate

@Undone "Hit..him..on..the...HEAD."

See also: "I never liked your spinach puffs. NEVER!"

Emmettalie

You are reunited with your long-lost twin at summer camp and the two of you team up to meddle in your parents sex-life. Not weird at all. (You are NOT Lindsay Lohan!)

grizzle_bees

Your single father re-marries an older woman, presumably for her fortune. As an only child, you are thrilled to finally have siblings, until your father inexplicably passes away. You are resigned to household staff by your new family, and pass your leisure time daydreaming, singing to birds, and befriending rodents. When the Royal Family hosts a giant soiree, your own family sabotages your plans to attend, but with the help of a wizard, you are able to make it. You fall in love with a regent, despite never exchanging a word, and when you have to leave the party, you leave a shoe behind. Your family tries again to sabotage the regent's hairbrained effort to return your shoe, but you end up marrying him anyway.

Scandyhoovian

@shart_attack Cinderelly, Cinderelly, all I hear is Cinderelly...

meetapossum

@Scandyhoovian P-p-p-poor Cinderelly

EpWs

@shart_attack "Befriending rodents"

hahahaha, ja.

f you guys for getting that song stuck in my head now and it's not even something i can reasonably sing because they're mice with squeaky voices

maebytonight

I am so happy that Jia is here and posting glorious posts like these all the time. Disney 4 Eva <3 <3 XOXO

TheMissus

Huh, I thought #7 was Pirates of the Carribean.

blushingflower

1.Dumbo

2. Mulan

3. 101 Dalmations

4. Bambi

5. The Lion King

6. Beauty and the Beast

7. I got nothing - Robin Hood?

Valancy

This is the best! A little late to the party, but I can't resist adding one: Abandoned shortly after birth, you fall in with a gang of rough characters, who allow you to live with them only if you'll assist with their criminal activities, which are undertaken to pay off a loan shark who is threatening their leader. While out on a job, you're taken home by a neglected young heiress. Although you're happy in your new life of luxury, the gang kidnaps you and demands a ransom. When the heiress arrives with the money, the leader repents and decides to return you. However, the loan shark arrives at that very instant and kidnaps the heiress. After a dangerous car chase, you and the gang save the heiress and the loan shark is run over by a train. You decide to live with the heiress but stay in touch with your gang, in case you ever miss the old thrills of the street. You all celebrate with a birthday party.

polka dots vs stripes

@Valancy omg WHAT IN THE WORLD is this??

If anything, I'm learning from this thread there are a great many Disney movies I have never seen.

meetapossum

@Valancy Oliver & Company! I was wondering if someone was going to do this one.

Valancy

@meetapossum That's it! I always loved the music so much!

christopher hart

christopher hart I always loved the music to much

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