Smile, breathe and believe in magic is what Disney animated movies taught us as little kids, offering us the world full of childish dreams, endless play and innocent smiles. Ah, if we could only turn back time and revive the memories of watching our favorite Walt Disney cartoons in bed with a glass of hot milk and a chocolate bar. Don’t you miss that, really?
It is an undeniable fact that we have all grown up with Disney movies and the greatest truth is, we all loved them! From Cinderella, Pocahontas and Snow White, to Lion King, the Beauty and the Beast – we all had our favorite Disney superhero that was the reason for our excitement and endless childish fascination.
But, did you know that apart from the renowned Walt Disney cartoons that marked our childhood memories for good, there is also Disney animated movies that never had the chance to become as popular and loved, as the rest of animated movies from the big Disney family? Well, yes, there are, and many of us have never heard of them so far. So, if you are a huge Disney fan and want to find out what you have missed years ago, read on and get your answers here and now, and then search the net, and watch all classic cartoons online anytime you wish. Enjoy!
Top Forgotten Disney Animated Movies
Tarzan II: The Legend Begins
The boy from the jungle named Tarzan is one of the cartoon heroes that will forever remain as a part of our most beautiful and exciting childhood memories. Simply put, watching Tarzan was a one-of-a-kind experience, thus a one-of-a-kind feeling at the same time. The first part of this renowned Disney animated cartoon gained an immense success, but the same thing cannot be said about its successor, called ‘Tarzan II: The Legend Begins’. This is a direct-to-video animated film that was released in 2005 and the story is about Tarzan’s wild adventures in discovering who he really is.
The Great Mouse Detective
This cute animated movie coming from the Disney production is a real gem and classic, despite the fact that it has not reached the success and popularity as it truly deserves. ‘The Great Mouse Detective’ is actually the Disney’s version of the extraordinary Sherlock Holmes. Directed by David Michener and Burny Mattinson, this amazing Disney animated movie was released in 1986. The main character is Basil, whose mission is to find Olivia’s father and prevent the vicious Professor Ratigan from conquering England by overthrowing the Queen.
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True
If you have been thinking all this time that the lovely Cinderella story ended with ‘happily ever after’, let me tell you – you have been thinking wrong. In 2002, the ‘Cinderella’ animated movie we have all watched, was followed by its sequel, called ‘Cinderella II: Dreams Come True’. But, wait – the story did not end here. There was also the third edition of this great animated movie, named as ‘Cinderella III: A Twist in Time’, released in 2007. What makes both additional parts pretty exciting to watch is the difference that has been made in Cinderella’s character. Now, she has a new title ‘Princess Cinderella’ and she acts according to it. Both parts are definitely must-see Disney animated movies.
Aladdin And The King Of Thieves
Aladdin is one of the many Walt Disney cartoons that were so thrilling to watch. ‘Aladdin and the King of Thieves’ is the second edition of the Disney animated feature Aladdin (1992), which was published in 1996. In this quite interesting sequel, Aladdin finds out that his father is not dead and he finally has the long-desired opportunity to be with him. Despite the fact that the marketing campaign for this Disney animated movie cost staggering $70 million, still this is one of the animated movies carrying the Disney signature that many have never heard of.
The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea
We all still remember the adorable redheaded Ariel, right? Well, the original Little Mermaid (1989) had its direct-to-video sequel, called ‘The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea’ that came to the screen in 2000. This time, Ariel’s daughter – the lovely Melody wants to become a mermaid herself, so in order to accomplish her ultimate mission, Melody teams up with Ursula’s crazy sister, called Morgana. This Disney animated movie has also met its third version, known as “The Little Mermaid III: Ariel’s #Beginning”.
The Sword In The Stone
Categorized as American animated musical-fantasy-comedy film, ‘The Sword In The Stone’ (1963) is actually the last Disney animated film that was released before Walt’s death. Merlin joins Arthur and his magic which keeps getting him into troubles so that she can teach him physics and other subjects with only one goal – to pull the sword from the stone. As supposed, Arthur successfully performs this task and he is finally crowned king.
Cheers to Disney World and remember – You are never too old for a Disney movie!