List of Walt Disney Animation Studios films

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This is a list of films from Walt Disney Animation Studios, an American animation studio headquartered in Burbank, California.[1] It creates animated feature films and is owned by The Walt Disney Company. The studio has produced 56 feature films, beginning with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)—one of the first full-length animated feature films and the first one made in the United States—and most recently Moana (2016).[2] Four features are in development, with Wreck-It Ralph 2[3] set for release on March 9, 2018,[4] Gigantic on November 21, 2018, Frozen 2, and two untitled films for a November 27, 2019 release and a November 25, 2020 release.

Films[edit]

Released[edit]

# Film Original release date
1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs December 21, 1937 (1937-12-21)
Directors: David Hand (Supervising Director), Perce Pearce, William Cottrell, Larry Morey, Wilfred Jackson and Ben Sharpsteen
Written by: Ted Sears, Richard Creedon, Otto Englander, Dick Rickard, Earl Hurd, Merrill De Maris, Dorothy Ann Blank and Webb Smith
Based on: Snow White (German fairy tale, 1812) by Brothers Grimm[5]
Producer: Walt Disney
Premiere: January 1938 (1938-01) (Limited);[6] Wide release: February 4, 1938 (1938-02-04)
2 Pinocchio February 7, 1940 (1940-02-07)
Directors: Ben Sharpsteen (Supervising Director), Hamilton Luske (Supervising Director), William "Bill" Roberts, Norman Ferguson, Jack Kinney, Wilfred Jackson and T. Hee
Written by: Ted Sears, Otto Englander, Webb Smith, William Cottrell, Joseph Sabo, Erdman Penner and Aurelius Battaglia
Based on: The Adventures of Pinocchio (Italian novel, 1883) by Carlo Collodi[7]
Producer: Walt Disney
Wide release: February 9, 1940 (1940-02-09)
3 Fantasia November 13, 1940 (1940-11-13)
Directors/Written by: See full credits
Based on: The Sorcerer's Apprentice segment based on "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" (German poem, 1797) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Producer: Walt Disney
Premiere: January 29, 1941 (1941-01-29) (Roadshow); Wide release: January 8, 1942 (1942-01-08)
Notes:[note 1][note 2]
4 Dumbo October 23, 1941 (1941-10-23)
Directors: Ben Sharpsteen (Supervising Director), Norman Ferguson, Wilfred Jackson, William "Bill" Roberts, Jack Kinney and Samuel Armstrong
Written by: Joe Grant, Dick Huemer and Otto Englander
Based on: Dumbo, the Flying Elephant (American Roll-A-Book, 1939) by Helen Aberson[8][9][10]
Producer: Walt Disney
5 Bambi April 13, 1942 (1942-04-13)
Directors: David Hand (Supervising Director), James Algar, William "Bill" Roberts, Norman Wright, Samuel Armstrong, Paul Satterfield and Graham Heid
Written by: Perce Pearce, Larry Morey, Vernon Stallings, Melvin Shaw, Carl Fallberg, Chuck Couch and Ralph Wright
Based on: Bambi, A Life in the Woods (Austrian novel, 1923) by Felix Salten[11]
Producer: Walt Disney
Wide release: August 21, 1942 (1942-08-21)
6 Saludos Amigos February 6, 1943 (1943-02-06)
Directors: William "Bill" Roberts, Jack Kinney, Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson
Written by: Homer Brightman, Ralph Wright, Roy Williams, Harold Reeves, Richard Huemer and Joe Grant
Producer: Walt Disney
Premiere: August 24, 1942 (1942-08-24)
Notes:[note 1]
7 The Three Caballeros February 3, 1945 (1945-02-03)
Supervising Director: Norman Ferguson
Sequence Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Jack Kinney and William "Bill" Roberts
Story/Screenplay: Homer Brightman, Ernest Terrazas, Ted Sears, Bill Peet, Ralph Wright, Elmer Plummer, Roy Williams, William Cottrell, Del Connell and James Bodrero
Producer: Walt Disney
Premiere: December 21, 1944 (1944-12-21)
Notes:[note 1][note 2]
8 Make Mine Music April 20, 1946 (1946-04-20)
Directors: Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, Robert Cormack and Joshua Meador
Story/Screenplay: Homer Brightman, Dick Huemer, Dick Kinney, John Walbridge, Tom Oreb, Dick Shaw, Eric Gurney, Sylvia Holland, T. Hee, Erdman Penner, Dick Kelsey, James Bodrero, Roy Williams, Cap Palmer, Jesse Marsh and Erwin Graham
Based on: Peter and the Wolf segment based on Peter and the Wolf (Russian fairy tale, 1936) by Sergei Prokofiev
Producer: Walt Disney
Wide release: August 15, 1946 (1946-08-15)
Notes:[note 1]
9 Fun and Fancy Free September 27, 1947 (1947-09-27)
Directors: Jack Kinney, William "Bill" Roberts and Hamilton Luske
Story/Screenplay: Homer Brightman, Harry Reeves, Ted Sears, Lance Nolley, Eldon Dedini and Tom Oreb
Based on: Bongo segment based on Little Bear Bongo (American short story, 1936) by Sinclair Lewis;[12] Mickey and the Beanstalk segment based on Jack and the Beanstalk (British fairy tale)
Producer: Walt Disney
Notes:[note 1][note 2]
10 Melody Time May 27, 1948 (1948-05-27)
Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske and Jack Kinney
Story/Screenplay: Winston Hibler, Erdman Penner, Harry Reeves, Homer Brightman, Ken Anderson, Ted Sears, Joe Rinaldi, William Cottrell, Art Scott, Jesse Marsh, Bob Moore and John Walbridge
Based on: The Legend of Johnny Appleseed segment based on the life of John Chapman (1774–1845); Little Toot segment based on Little Toot (American children's story, 1939) by Hardie Gramatky;[13] Trees segment based on Trees by Alfred Joyce Kilmer with the music master Oscar Rasbach; Pecos Bill segment based on Pecos Bill (American fakelore) by folklore consultant Carl Carmer
Producer: Walt Disney
Notes:[note 1][note 2]
11 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad October 5, 1949 (1949-10-05)
Directors: Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi and James Algar
Story/Screenplay: Erdman Penner, Winston Hibler, Joe Rinaldi, Ted Sears, Homer Brightman and Harry Reeves
Based on: Adventures of Mr. Toad segment based on parts of The Wind in the Willows (British novel, 1908) by Kenneth Grahame;[14] Ichabod Crane segment based on The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (American story, 1820) by Washington Irving[14]
Producer: Walt Disney
Notes:[note 1]
12 Cinderella February 15, 1950 (1950-02-15)
Directors: Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske and Clyde Geronimi
Story/Screenplay: William Peed, Erdman Penner, Ted Sears, Winston Hibler, Homer Brightman, Harry Reeves, Ken Anderson and Joe Rinaldi
Based on: Cinderella (French fairy tale, 1697) by Charles Perrault[15]
Producer: Walt Disney
13 Alice in Wonderland July 28, 1951 (1951-07-28)
Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson
Story/Screenplay: Winston Hibler, Ted Sears, Bill Peet, Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi, Milt Banta, William Cottrell, Dick Kelsey, Joe Grant, Dick Huemer, Del Connell, Tom Oreb and John Walbridge
Based on: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass (British novels, 1865–71) by Lewis Carroll[16]
Producer: Walt Disney
Premiere: July 26, 1951 (1951-07-26)
14 Peter Pan February 5, 1953 (1953-02-05)
Directors: Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi and Wilfred Jackson
Story/Screenplay: Ted Sears, Erdman Penner, Bill Peet, Winston Hibler, Joe Rinaldi, Milt Banta, Ralph Wright and William Cottrell
Based on: Peter Pan (British play, 1904) and Peter and Wendy (British novel, 1911) by J. M. Barrie[17]
Producer: Walt Disney
15 Lady and the Tramp June 22, 1955 (1955-06-22)
Directors: Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi and Wilfred Jackson
Story/Screenplay: Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi, Ralph Wright and Don DaGradi
Based on: Happy Dan, the Whistling Dog (American story, 1924) by Ward Greene[18][19]
Producer: Walt Disney
Premiere: June 16, 1955 (1955-06-16)
Notes:[note 3]
16 Sleeping Beauty January 29, 1959 (1959-01-29)
Supervising Director: Clyde Geronimi
Sequence Directors: Eric Larson, Wolfgang Reitherman and Les Clark
Story/Screenplay: Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi, Winston Hibler, Bill Peet, Ted Sears, Ralph Wright and Milt Banta
Based on: Sleeping Beauty (French fairy tale, 1697) by Charles Perrault and Little Briar Rose (German fairy tale, 1812) by Brothers Grimm[20]
Producer: Walt Disney
Theatrical short: Grand Canyon
Notes:[note 4]
17 One Hundred and One Dalmatians January 25, 1961 (1961-01-25)
Directors: Wolfgang Reitherman, Hamilton Luske and Clyde Geronimi
Story/Screenplay: Bill Peet
Based on: The Hundred and One Dalmatians (British novel, 1956) by Dodie Smith[21]
Producer: Walt Disney
18 The Sword in the Stone December 25, 1963 (1963-12-25)
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
Story/Screenplay: Bill Peet
Based on: The Sword in the Stone (British novel, 1938) by T. H. White[22]
Producer: Walt Disney
Theatrical short: Lonesome Ghosts
19 The Jungle Book October 18, 1967 (1967-10-18)
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
Story/Screenplay: Larry Clemmons, Ralph Wright, Ken Anderson and Vance Gerry
Based on: The Jungle Book (British stories, 1894–95) by Rudyard Kipling[23]
Producer: Walt Disney
Theatrical short: Scrooge McDuck and Money
20 The Aristocats December 24, 1970 (1970-12-24)
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
Story/Screenplay: Larry Clemmons, Vance Gerry, Ken Anderson, Frank Thomas, Eric Cleworth, Julius Svendsen and Ralph Wright
Producers: Wolfgang Reitherman and Winston Hibler
21 Robin Hood November 8, 1973 (1973-11-08)
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
Story/Screenplay: Larry Clemmons, Ken Anderson, Vance Gerry, Frank Thomas, Eric Cleworth, Julius Svendsen and Dave Michener
Based on: Robin Hood (British legend)
Producer: Wolfgang Reitherman
22 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh March 11, 1977 (1977-03-11)
Directors: Wolfgang Reitherman and John Lounsbery
Story/Screenplay: Larry Clemmons, Ralph Wright, Vance Gerry, Xavier Atencio, Ken Anderson, Julius Svendsen, Ted Berman, Eric Cleworth and Winston Hibler
Based on: Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner (British storybooks, 1926–28) by A. A. Milne[24]
Producer: Wolfgang Reitherman
Notes:[note 1][note 2]
23 The Rescuers June 22, 1977 (1977-06-22)
Directors: Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery and Art Stevens
Story/Screenplay: Larry Clemmons, Ken Anderson, Frank Thomas, Vance Gerry, David Michener, Ted Berman, Fred Lucky, Burny Mattinson and Dick Sebast
Based on: The Rescuers and Miss Bianca (British novels, 1959–62) by Margery Sharp[25]
Producer: Wolfgang Reitherman
Theatrical short: Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983 re-release)
24 The Fox and the Hound July 10, 1981 (1981-07-10)
Directors: Art Stevens, Ted Berman and Richard Rich
Story/Screenplay: Larry Clemmons, Ted Berman, David Michener, Peter Young, Burny Mattinson, Steve Hulett, Earl Kress and Vance Gerry
Based on: The Fox and the Hound (American novel, 1967) by Daniel P. Mannix[26]
Producers: Wolfgang Reitherman and Art Stevens
25 The Black Cauldron July 24, 1985 (1985-07-24)
Directors: Ted Berman and Richard Rich
Story/Screenplay: David Jonas, Al Wilson, Vance Gerry, Roy Morita, Ted Berman, Peter Young, Richard Rich, Art Stevens and Joe Hale
Based on: The Chronicles of Prydain (American novels, 1964–68) by Lloyd Alexander[27]
Producer: Joe Hale
Notes:[note 4]
26 The Great Mouse Detective July 2, 1986 (1986-07-02)
Directors: Ron Clements, John Musker, David Michener and Burny Mattinson
Story/Screenplay: Peter Young, Vance Gerry, Steve Hulett, Ron Clements, John Musker, Bruce M. Morris, Matthew O'Callaghan, Burny Mattinson, David Michener and Melvin Shaw
Based on: Basil of Baker Street (American children's books, 1958–82) by Eve Titus[28]
Producer: Burny Mattinson
27 Oliver & Company November 18, 1988 (1988-11-18)
Director: George Scribner
Story: Vance Gerry, Mike Gabriel, Roger Allers, Joe Ranft, Gary Trousdale, Jim Mitchell, Kevin Lima, Chris Bailey, Michael Cedeno, Kirk Wise, Peter Young, David Michener and Leon Joosen
Screenplay: Jim Cox, Timothy J. Disney and James Mangold
Inspired by: Oliver Twist (British novel, 1838) by Charles Dickens[29]
Production Manager: Kathleen Gavin
Premiere: November 13, 1988 (1988-11-13)
28 The Little Mermaid November 17, 1989 (1989-11-17)
Directors: Ron Clements and John Musker
Story/Screenplay: Ron Clements and John Musker
Based on: The Little Mermaid (Danish fairy tale, 1837) by Hans Christian Andersen[30]
Producers: Howard Ashman and John Musker
Home entertainment short: The Little Matchgirl (2006 DVD release)
Premiere: November 14, 1989 (1989-11-14)
29 The Rescuers Down Under November 16, 1990 (1990-11-16)
Directors: Hendel Butoy and Mike Gabriel
Story: Joe Ranft (story supervisor)
Screenplay: Jim Cox, Karey Kirkpatrick, Byron Simpson and Joe Ranft
Producer: Thomas Schumacher
Theatrical short: The Prince and the Pauper
30 Beauty and the Beast November 22, 1991 (1991-11-22)
Directors: Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise
Story: Roger Allers (story supervisor), Brenda Chapman, Chris Sanders, Burny Mattinson, Kevin Harkey, Brian Pimental, Bruce Woodside, Joe Ranft, Tom Ellery, Kelly Asbury and Robert Lence
Screenplay: Linda Woolverton
Based on: Beauty and the Beast (French fairy tale, 1756) by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont[31]
Producer: Don Hahn
Theatrical short: Tangled Ever After (2012 3D re-release)
Premiere: November 13, 1991 (1991-11-13)
Notes:[note 5][note 6]
31 Aladdin November 25, 1992 (1992-11-25)
Directors: Ron Clements and John Musker
Story: Ed Gombert (story supervisor), Burny Mattinson, Roger Allers, Daan Jippes, Kevin Harkey, Sue C. Nichols, Francis Glebas, Darrell Rooney, Larry Leker, James Fujii, Kirk Hanson, Kevin Lima, Rebecca Rees, David S. Smith, Chris Sanders, Brian Pimental and Patrick A. Ventura
Screenplay: Ron Clements, John Musker, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio
Based on: Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp (Arabian fairy tale)
Producers: Ron Clements and John Musker
Co-Producers: Donald W. Ernst and Amy Pell
Premiere: November 11, 1992 (1992-11-11)
32 The Lion King June 24, 1994 (1994-06-24)
Directors: Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff
Story: Brenda Chapman (story supervisor), Burny Mattinson, Barry Johnson, Lorna Cook, Thom Enriquez, Andy Gaskill, Gary Trousdale, Jim Capobianco, Kevin Harkey, Jorgen Klubien, Chris Sanders, Tom Sito, Larry Leker, Joe Ranft, Rick Maki, Ed Gombert, Francis Glebas, and Mark Kausler
Screenplay: Irene Mecchi, Jonathan Roberts, and Linda Woolverton
Inspired by: Hamlet (British play, 1601) by William Shakespeare
Producer: Don Hahn
Premiere: June 15, 1994 (1994-06-15)
Notes:[note 5][note 6]
33 Pocahontas June 23, 1995 (1995-06-23)
Directors: Mike Gabriel and Eric Goldberg
Story: Tom Sito (story supervisor), Glen Keane, Joe Grant, Ralph Zondag, Burny Mattinson, Ed Gombert, Kaan Kalyon, Francis Glebas, Rob Gibbs, Bruce Morris, Todd Kurosawa, Duncan Marjoribanks and Chris Buck
Screenplay: Carl Binder, Susannah Grant and Philip LaZebnik
Based on: life and legend of Pocahontas (1595–1617)
Producer: James Pentecost
Premiere: June 16, 1995 (1995-06-16)
34 The Hunchback of Notre Dame June 21, 1996 (1996-06-21)
Directors: Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise
Story: Will Finn (story supervisor), Tab Murphy, Kevin Harkey, Gaftan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, Edward Gombert, Brenda Chapman, Jeff Snow, Jim Capobianco, Denis Rich, Burny Mattinson, John Sanford, Kelly Wightman, James Funi, Geefwee Boedoe, Floyd Norman, Francis Glebas, Kirk Hanson, Christine Blum and Sue C. Nichols
Screenplay: Tab Murphy, Irene Mecchi, Bob Tzudiker, Noni White and Jonathan Roberts
Based on: Notre Dame de Paris (French novel, 1831) by Victor Hugo[32]
Producer: Don Hahn
Co-Producer: Roy Conli
Premiere: June 19, 1996 (1996-06-19)
35 Hercules June 27, 1997 (1997-06-27)
Directors: Ron Clements and John Musker
Story: Barry Johnson (story supervisor), Kaan Kalyon, Kelly Wightman, Randy Cartwright, John Ramirez, Jeff Snow, Vance Gerry, Kirk Hanson, Tamara Lusher, Francis Glebas, Mark Kennedy, Bruce Morris, Don Dougherty and Thom Enriquez
Screenplay: Ron Clements, John Musker, Donald McEnery, Bob Shaw and Irene Mecchi
Based on: Hercules (Greek myth)
Producers: Alice Dewey, Ron Clements and John Musker
Premiere: June 14, 1997 (1997-06-14)
36 Mulan June 19, 1998 (1998-06-19)
Directors: Barry Cook and Tony Bancroft
Story: Chris Sanders (story supervisor), Dean DeBlois (co-head of story), John Sanford, Chris Williams, Tim Hodge, Julius Aguimatang, Burny Mattinson, Lorna Cook, Barry Johnson, Thom Enriquez, Ed Gombert, Joe Grant and Floyd Norman
Screenplay: Rita Hsiao, Chris Sanders, Philip LaZebnik, Raymond Singer and Eugenia Bostwick-Singer
Based on: Hua Mulan (Chinese legend)
Producer: Pam Coats
Premiere: June 5, 1998 (1998-06-05)
37 Tarzan June 18, 1999 (1999-06-18)
Directors: Chris Buck and Kevin Lima
Story: Brian Pimental (story supervisor), Stephen J. Anderson, Mark Kennedy, Carole Holliday, Gaëtan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, Don Dougherty, Ed Gombert, Randy Haycock, Don Hall, Kevin Harkey, Glen Keane, Burny Mattinson, Frank Nissen, John Norton, Jeff Snow, Michael Surrey, Chris Ure, Mark Walton, Stevie Wermers, Kelly Wightman and John Ramirez
Screenplay: Tab Murphy, Bob Tzudiker and Noni White
Based on: Tarzan of the Apes (American novel, 1914) by Edgar Rice Burroughs[33]
Producer: Bonnie Arnold
Premiere: June 12, 1999 (1999-06-12)
38 Fantasia 2000 January 1, 2000 (2000-01-01)
Directors/Story/Screenplay: See full credits
Based on: The Steadfast Tin Soldier segment based on "The Steadfast Tin Soldier" (Danish fairy tale, 1838) by Hans Christian Andersen[34]
Producer: Donald W. Ernst
IMAX release: January 1, 2000 (2000-01-01); Wide release: June 16, 2000 (2000-06-16)
Premiere: December 17, 1999 (1999-12-17)
Notes:[note 1][note 2][note 5]
39 Dinosaur May 19, 2000 (2000-05-19)
Directors: Ralph Zondag and Eric Leighton
Story: Thom Enriquez, John Harrison, Robert Nelson Jacobs and Ralph Zondag
Screenplay: John Harrison and Robert Nelson Jacobs, from a earlier version by Walon Green
Producer: Pam Marsden
Co-Producer: Baker Bloodworth
Notes:[note 2]
40 The Emperor's New Groove December 15, 2000 (2000-12-15)
Director: Mark Dindal
Story: Chris Williams and Mark Dindal
Screenplay: David Reynolds
Producer: Randy Fullmer
Premiere: December 10, 2000 (2000-12-10)
41 Atlantis: The Lost Empire June 15, 2001 (2001-06-15)
Directors: Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise
Story: Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale, Joss Whedon, Bryce Zabel, Jackie Zabel and Tab Murphy
Screenplay: Tab Murphy
Producer: Don Hahn
Premiere: June 3, 2001 (2001-06-03)
42 Lilo & Stitch June 21, 2002 (2002-06-21)
Directors: Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois
Story/Screenplay: Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois
Producer: Clark Spencer
Premiere: June 16, 2002 (2002-06-16)
43 Treasure Planet November 27, 2002 (2002-11-27)
Directors: Ron Clements and John Musker
Story: Ron Clements, John Musker, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio
Screenplay: Ron Clements, John Musker and Rob Edwards
Based on: Treasure Island (Scottish novel, 1883) by Robert Louis Stevenson[35] and Treasure Island in Outer Space (Italian TV mini-series, 1987) by Renato Castellani[36]
Producers: John Musker, Ron Clements and Roy Conli
Premiere: November 17, 2002 (2002-11-17)
44 Brother Bear November 1, 2003 (2003-11-01)
Directors: Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker
Story/Screenplay: Tab Murphy, Lorne Cameron, David Hoselton, Steve Bencich and Ron J. Friedman
Producers: Igor Khait and Chuck Williams
Premiere: October 24, 2003 (2003-10-24)
45 Home on the Range April 2, 2004 (2004-04-02)
Directors: Will Finn and John Sanford
Story/Screenplay: Will Finn and John Sanford
Producer: Alice Dewey
Home entertainment short: A Dairy Tale
Premiere: March 21, 2004 (2004-03-21)
46 Chicken Little November 4, 2005 (2005-11-04)
Director: Mark Dindal
Story: Mark Dindal and Mark Kennedy
Screenplay: Steve Bencich, Ron J. Friedman and Ron Anderson
Inspired by: Henny Penny (traditional folk tale)
Producer: Randy Fullmer
Premiere: October 30, 2005 (2005-10-30)
Notes:[note 6]
47 Meet the Robinsons March 30, 2007 (2007-03-30)
Director: Stephen J. Anderson
Story: Don Hall (head of story)
Screenplay: Jon A. Bernstein, Michelle Spritz and Nathan Greno
Based on: A Day with Wilbur Robinson (American picture book, 1990) by William Joyce[37]
Producer: Dorothy McKim
Theatrical shorts: Working for Peanuts (in 3D) and Boat Builders (in 2D)
Notes:[note 6]
48 Bolt November 21, 2008 (2008-11-21)
Directors: Chris Williams and Byron Howard
Story: Nathan Greno (head of story)
Screenplay: Dan Fogelman and Chris Williams
Producer: Clark Spencer
Theatrical short: Pixar's Tokyo Mater
Home entertainment short: Super Rhino
Premiere: November 17, 2008 (2008-11-17)
Notes:[note 6]
49 The Princess and the Frog December 11, 2009 (2009-12-11)
Directors: Ron Clements and John Musker
Story: Ron Clements, John Musker, Greg Erb and Jason Oremland
Screenplay: Ron Clements, John Musker and Rob Edwards
Inspired by: The Frog Princess (American children's novel, 2002) by E. D. Baker[38]
Producer: Peter Del Vecho
Premiere: November 25, 2009 (2009-11-25); Wide release: December 11, 2009 (2009-12-11)
50 Tangled November 24, 2010 (2010-11-24)
Directors: Nathan Greno and Byron Howard
Story: Mark Kennedy (head of story)
Screenplay: Dan Fogelman
Based on: Rapunzel (German fairy tale, 1812) by Brothers Grimm[39]
Producer: Roy Conli
Premiere: November 14, 2010 (2010-11-14); Wide release: November 24, 2010 (2010-11-24)
Notes:[note 6]
51 Winnie the Pooh July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15)
Directors: Stephen J. Anderson and Don Hall
Story/Screenplay: Stephen J. Anderson, Don Hall, Clio Chiang, Don Dougherty, Kendelle Hoyer, Brian Kesinger, Nicole Mitchell and Jeremy Spears
Based on: Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner (British storybooks, 1926–28) by A. A. Milne[40]
Producers: Peter Del Vecho and Clark Spencer
Theatrical short: The Ballad of Nessie
Premiere: July 10, 2011 (2011-07-10); Wide release: July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15)
Notes:[note 2][note 7]
52 Wreck-It Ralph November 2, 2012 (2012-11-02)
Director: Rich Moore
Story: Rich Moore, Phil Johnston and Jim Reardon
Screenplay: Phil Johnston and Jennifer Lee
Producer: Clark Spencer
Theatrical short: Paperman
Premiere: October 29, 2012 (2012-10-29); Wide release: November 2, 2012 (2012-11-02)
Notes:[note 6]
53 Frozen November 27, 2013 (2013-11-27)
Directors: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee
Story: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee and Shane Morris
Screenplay: Jennifer Lee
Inspired by: The Snow Queen (Danish fairy tale, 1845) by Hans Christian Andersen[41]
Producer: Peter Del Vecho
Theatrical short: Get a Horse!
Premiere: November 19, 2013 (2013-11-19); Wide release: November 27, 2013 (2013-11-27)
Notes:[note 6]
54 Big Hero 6 November 7, 2014 (2014-11-07)
Directors: Don Hall and Chris Williams
Story: Joe Mateo and Paul Briggs (heads of story)
Screenplay: Robert L. Baird, Dan Gerson and Jordan Roberts
Based on: the characters of Big Hero 6 (American comic book, 1998–present) by Man of Action[42]
Producers: Roy Conli and Kristina Reed
Theatrical short: Feast
Premiere: October 23, 2014 (2014-10-23); Wide release: November 7, 2014 (2014-11-07)
Notes:[note 6]
55 Zootopia March 4, 2016 (2016-03-04)
Directors: Byron Howard and Rich Moore
Co-Director: Jared Bush
Story: Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush, Phil Johnston, Jennifer Lee, Josie Trinidad (head of story) and Jim Reardon (head of story)
Screenplay: Jared Bush and Phil Johnston
Producer: Clark Spencer
Premiere: February 17, 2016 (2016-02-17); Wide release: March 4, 2016 (2016-03-04)
Notes:[note 5][note 6]
56 Moana November 23, 2016 (2016-11-23)
Directors: Ron Clements and John Musker
Co-Directors: Don Hall and Chris Williams
Story: Ron Clements, John Musker, Chris Williams, Don Hall, Pamela Ribon, Aaron and Jordan Kandell
Screenplay: Jared Bush
Inspired by: Māui (Polynesian myth)
Producer: Osnat Shurer
Theatrical short: Inner Workings
Premiere: November 14, 2016 (2016-11-14); Wide release: November 23, 2016 (2016-11-23)
Notes:[note 6]

Upcoming[edit]

# Film Release date
57 Wreck-It Ralph 2 [43] March 9, 2018 (2018-03-09)[44]
Directors: Rich Moore and Phil Johnston
Producer: Clark Spencer
58 Gigantic [45] November 21, 2018 (2018-11-21)[46]
Directors: Nathan Greno and Meg LeFauve
Producer: Dorothy McKim
Inspired by: Jack and the Beanstalk (British fairy tale, 1807) by Benjamin Tabart

Associated productions[edit]

Title Release date Studio
The Reluctant Dragon June 20, 1941 (1941-06-20) Walt Disney Productions
Victory Through Air Power July 17, 1943 (1943-07-17)
Song of the South November 12, 1946 (1946-11-12)
So Dear to My Heart November 29, 1948 (1948-11-29)
Mary Poppins August 27, 1964 (1964-08-27)
Bedknobs and Broomsticks October 7, 1971 (1971-10-07)
Pete's Dragon November 3, 1977 (1977-11-03)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit June 22, 1988 (1988-06-22) Touchstone Pictures
Amblin Entertainment
The Nightmare Before Christmas October 29, 1993 (1993-10-29) Touchstone Pictures

Reception[edit]

Box office grosses and critical reception[edit]

Film Budget Opening Domestic Worldwide RT MC Ref(s)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs $1.5 million N/A $184.9 million $416.0 million 98% N/A [47][48][49]
Pinocchio $2.6 million N/A $84.3 million N/A 100% N/A [50][51]
Fantasia $2.3 million N/A $76.4 million N/A 96% N/A [52][53]
Dumbo $950,000 N/A $1.6 million N/A 97% N/A [54][55]
Bambi $1.7 million N/A $102.2 million $267.4 million 89% N/A [56][57]
Saludos Amigos N/A N/A N/A N/A 80% N/A [58]
The Three Caballeros N/A N/A N/A N/A 88% N/A [59]
Make Mine Music N/A N/A N/A $2.25 million 67% N/A [60]
Fun and Fancy Free N/A N/A N/A $2.4 million 71% N/A [61]
Melody Time N/A N/A N/A $1.8 million 88% N/A [62]
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad N/A N/A N/A N/A 93% N/A [63]
Cinderella $2.9 million N/A $85.0 million $263.6 million 97% N/A [64][65]
Alice in Wonderland $3 million N/A $5.2 million N/A 79% N/A [66][67]
Peter Pan $4 million N/A $87.4 million $145.0 million 76% N/A [68][69][70]
Lady and the Tramp $4 million N/A $93.6 million N/A 89% N/A [71][72]
Sleeping Beauty $6 million N/A $51.6 million N/A 92% N/A [73][74]
One Hundred and One Dalmatians $4 million N/A $144.9 million $215.9 million 98% N/A [75][76]
The Sword in the Stone $4 million N/A $22.2 million N/A 71% N/A [77][78]
The Jungle Book $4 million N/A $141.8 million $205.8 million 86% N/A [79][80]
The Aristocats $4 million N/A $55.7 million N/A 66% N/A [81][82][83]
Robin Hood $1.5 million N/A $32.1 million N/A 52% N/A [84][85]
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh N/A N/A N/A N/A 92% N/A [86]
The Rescuers $1.2 million N/A $71.2 million N/A 83% N/A [87][88][89]
The Fox and the Hound $12 million N/A $63.5 million N/A 69% N/A [90][91][92]
The Black Cauldron $44 million $4.2 million $21.3 million N/A 55% N/A [93][94][95]
The Great Mouse Detective $14 million $3.2 million $38.6 million N/A 81% N/A [96][97]
Oliver & Company N/A $4.0 million $74.2 million N/A 44% N/A [98][99]
The Little Mermaid $40 million $6.0 million $111.5 million $211.3 million 92% N/A [100][101][102]
The Rescuers Down Under $37.9 million $3.5 million $27.9 million $47.4 million 68% N/A [103][104][105]
Beauty and the Beast $25 million $9.6 million $219.0 million $425.0 million 93% N/A [106][107]
Aladdin $28 million $19.3 million $217.4 million $504.1 million 94% N/A [108][109]
The Lion King $45 million $40.9 million $422.8 million $968.5 million 92% 83/100 [110][111][112]
Pocahontas $55 million $29.5 million $141.6 million $346.1 million 56% 58/100 [113][114][115]
The Hunchback of Notre Dame $100 million $21.0 million $100.1 million $325.3 million 73% N/A [116][117]
Hercules $85 million $21.5 million $99.1 million $252.7 million 83% N/A [118][119]
Mulan $90 million $22.7 million $120.6 million $304.3 million 86% 71/100 [120][121][122][123]
Tarzan $130 million $34.2 million $171.1 million $448.2 million 88% 79/100 [124][125][126]
Fantasia 2000 $80 million $2.9 million $60.7 million $90.9 million 82% 59/100 [127][128][129]
Dinosaur $127.5 million $38.9 million $137.7 million $349.8 million 65% 56/100 [130][131][132]
The Emperor's New Groove $100 million $9.8 million $89.3 million $169.3 million 85% 70/100 [133][134][135]
Atlantis: The Lost Empire $120 million $20.3 million $84.1 million $186.1 million 49% 52/100 [136][137][138]
Lilo & Stitch $80 million $35.3 million $145.8 million $273.1 million 86% 73/100 [139][140][141]
Treasure Planet $140 million $12.1 million $38.2 million $109.6 million 69% 60/100 [142][143][144]
Brother Bear $128 million $19.4 million $85.3 million $250.4 million 38% 48/100 [145][146][147][148]
Home on the Range $110 million $13.9 million $50.0 million $104.0 million 54% 50/100 [149][150][151]
Chicken Little $150 million $40.0 million $135.4 million $314.4 million 36% 48/100 [152][153][154]
Meet the Robinsons N/A $25.1 million $97.8 million $169.3 million 66% 61/100 [155][156][157]
Bolt $150 million $26.2 million $114.1 million $310.0 million 89% 67/100 [158][159][160]
The Princess and the Frog $105 million $24.2 million $104.4 million $267.0 million 84% 73/100 [161][162][163]
Tangled $260 million $48.8 million $200.8 million $591.8 million 89% 71/100 [164][165][166]
Winnie the Pooh $30 million $7.9 million $26.7 million $45.7 million 90% 74/100 [167][168][169][170]
Wreck-It Ralph $165 million $49.0 million $189.4 million $471.2 million 86% 72/100 [171][172][173]
Frozen $150 million $67.4 million $400.7 million $1,276.5 million 89% 74/100 [174][175][176]
Big Hero 6 $165 million $56.2 million $222.5 million $657.8 million 89% 74/100 [177][178][179]
Zootopia $150 million $75.1 million $341.3 million $1,023.8 million 98% 78/100 [180][181][182]
Moana $150 million $56.6 million $124.8 million $184.5 million 96% 81/100 [183][184][185]

Academy Award wins and nominations[edit]

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
MUSIC (Scoring) Walt Disney Studio Music Department, Leigh Harline, head of department (Score by Frank Churchill, Leigh Harline and Paul J. Smith) Nominated
SPECIAL AWARD To Walt Disney for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recognized as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field for the motion picture cartoon. Noticeable for the fact that Walt Disney was given a special Oscar trophy with seven smaller Oscars aside. Won
Pinocchio
MUSIC (Original Score) Leigh Harline, Paul J. Smith, Ned Washington Won
MUSIC (Song) "When You Wish Upon a Star," Music by Leigh Harline; Lyrics by Ned Washington
Fantasia
SPECIAL AWARD To Walt Disney, William Garity, John N. A. Hawkins and the RCA Manufacturing Company for their outstanding contribution to the advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures through the production of Fantasia. Won
To Leopold Stokowski and his associates for their unique achievement in the creation of a new form of visualized music in Walt Disney's production, Fantasia, thereby widening the scope of the motion picture as entertainment and as an art form.
Dumbo
MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture) Frank Churchill, Oliver Wallace Won
MUSIC (Song) "Baby Mine," Music by Frank Churchill; Lyrics by Ned Washington Nominated
Bambi
MUSIC (Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture) Frank Churchill, Edward H. Plumb Nominated
MUSIC (Song) "Love Is a Song," Music by Frank Churchill; Lyrics by Larry Morey
SOUND RECORDING Walt Disney Studio Sound Department, Sam Slyfield, Sound Director
Saludos Amigos
MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture) Charles Wolcott, Edward H. Plumb, Paul J. Smith Nominated
MUSIC (Song) "Saludos Amigos," Music by Charles Wolcott; Lyrics by Ned Washington
SOUND RECORDING Walt Disney Studio Sound Department, C. O. Slyfield, Sound Director
The Three Caballeros
MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture) Charles Wolcott, Edward Plumb, Paul J. Smith Nominated
SOUND RECORDING Walt Disney Studio Sound Department, C. O. Slyfield, Sound Director
Cinderella
MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture) Oliver Wallace, Paul J. Smith Nominated
MUSIC (Song) "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo," Music and Lyrics by Mack David, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston
SOUND RECORDING Walt Disney Studio Sound Department, C. O. Slyfield, Sound Director
Alice in Wonderland
MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture) Oliver Wallace Nominated
Sleeping Beauty
MUSIC (Scoring of a Musical Picture) George Bruns Nominated
The Sword in the Stone
MUSIC (Score of a Music – Adaptation or Treatment) George Bruns Nominated
The Jungle Book
MUSIC (Song) "The Bare Necessities," Music and Lyrics by Terry Gilkyson Nominated
Robin Hood
MUSIC (Song) "Love," Music by George Bruns; Lyrics by Floyd Huddleston Nominated
The Rescuers
MUSIC (Original Song) "Someone's Waiting for You," Music by Sammy Fain; Lyrics by Carol Connors and Ayn Robbins Nominated
The Little Mermaid
MUSIC (Original Score) Alan Menken Won
MUSIC (Original Song) "Under the Sea," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman
"Kiss the Girl," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman Nominated
Beauty and the Beast
MUSIC (Original Score) Alan Menken Won
MUSIC (Original Song) "Beauty and the Beast," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman
"Be Our Guest," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman Nominated
"Belle," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman
BEST PICTURE Don Hahn, Producer
SOUND Terry Porter, Mel Metcalfe, David J. Hudson, Doc Kane
Aladdin
MUSIC (Original Score) Alan Menken Won
MUSIC (Original Song) "A Whole New World," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Tim Rice
"Friend Like Me," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman Nominated
SOUND Terry Porter, Mel Metcalfe, David J. Hudson, Doc Kane
SOUND EFFECTS EDITING Mark Mangini
The Lion King
MUSIC (Original Score) Hans Zimmer Won
MUSIC (Original Song) "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," Music by Elton John; Lyrics by Tim Rice
"Circle of Life," Music by Elton John; Lyrics by Tim Rice Nominated
"Hakuna Matata," Music by Elton John; Lyrics by Tim Rice
Pocahontas
MUSIC (Original Musical or Comedy Score) Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; Orchestral Score by Alan Menken Won
MUSIC (Original Song) "Colors of the Wind," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
MUSIC (Original Musical or Comedy Score) Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; Orchestral Score by Alan Menken Nominated
Hercules
MUSIC (Original Song) "Go the Distance," Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by David Zippel Nominated
Mulan
MUSIC (Original Musical or Comedy Score) Music by Matthew Wilder; Lyrics by David Zippel; Orchestral Score by Jerry Goldsmith Nominated
Tarzan
MUSIC (Original Song) "You'll Be In My Heart," Music and Lyrics by Phil Collins Won
The Emperor's New Groove
MUSIC (Original Song) "My Funny Friend and Me," Music by Sting and David Hartley; Lyrics by Sting Nominated
Lilo & Stitch
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Chris Sanders Nominated
Treasure Planet
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Ron Clements Nominated
Brother Bear
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker Nominated
Bolt
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Chris Williams and Byron Howard Nominated
The Princess and the Frog
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Ron Clements and John Musker Nominated
MUSIC (Original Song) "Almost There," Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman
"Down in New Orleans," Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman
Tangled
MUSIC (Original Song) "I See the Light," Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Glenn Slater Nominated
Wreck-It Ralph
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Rich Moore Nominated
Frozen
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee and Peter Del Vecho Won
MUSIC (Original Song) "Let It Go," Music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez
Big Hero 6
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Don Hall, Chris Williams and Roy Conli Won

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i These are "package films," releases made up of two or more shorts or featurrettes films with bridging sequences. Though some consider the package films to be only the six consecutive package films of the 1940s (numbers 6–11 above), the definition used here also includes both Fantasia and Fantasia 2000. Inclusion of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is unique since it contains three previously released featurettes, and thus is technically a compilation film.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h These films contain live-action scenes and/or sequences.
  3. ^ Lady and the Tramp was photographed simultaneously in both the regular Academy format and in CinemaScope. Both versions were released at the same time.
  4. ^ a b These two films were shot in the 70 mm Super Technirama process. Reduced 35 mm CinemaScope-compatible prints were released at the same time as the 70 mm versions.
  5. ^ a b c d These films were released or re-released in IMAX format in addition to their regular theatrical releases.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k These films were also released or re-released in a Disney Digital 3-D limited cinema version.
  7. ^ For marketing purposes, Winnie the Pooh was omitted from the list in the United Kingdom, and Wreck-It Ralph was released as the 51st film instead. "Wreck It Ralph: official pack shot with "51" numbering". Amazon.co.uk. June 3, 2013. Retrieved June 8, 2013. 

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