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Mary Poppins
D: Robert Stevenson (1964) 140m


The film that saved Disney Studios from financial ruin is a magical family fantasy from beginning to end. A banker's children get the nanny they want (Julie Andrews) and she goes about using magic to help them explore their world. The increasingly disapproving father has to come to grips with his own distance from his family.





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Bedknobs & Broomsticks
D: Robert Stevenson (1971) 117m


In WWII England three kids are placed in the care of a woman learning witchcraft from a dodgy correspondence school. She places the famous magic travelling spell on a bedknob leading to a host of magical adventures. From the director who made Marry Poppins, this is another tale in a similar vein. Partially animated.





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Return To Oz
D: Walter Murch (1985) 113m


Dorothy is in shock therapy, the yellow brick road is a crumbling mess, Oz is in ruins and the Tin Man is a bit stony faced. If this doesn't sound like the Oz you know, it is exactly what creator L Frank Baum wrote in his original novels. It falls to Dorothy and her new friends to defeat Nome King and restore the throne. An interesting approach to a timeless favourite.





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Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
D: Robert Zemeckis (1988) 104m


In a world where cartoon characters coexist with humans, a studio hires a Toon-hating detective (Bob Hoskins) to snoop on star Roger Rabbit's wife. We see the seedy side of Toontown, with all the plots and bizarre intrigue one would expect of a story with cameos by Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Woody Woodpecker and others!





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'Toy Story' Film Series
D: John Lasseter, et al (1995-2011) 92m average


The first feature-length computer animated film of note - Disney's Toy Story is simply irresistible. It also provides the first plausible explanation of what really happens to toys that go missing. Cowboy Woody has always been Andy's favourite toy, but it's Christmas and Buzz Lightyear arrives on the scene. Buzz thinks he's real. Two more delightful films followed… maybe more.





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Monsters, Inc.
D: Peter Docter (2001) 93m


Another Pixar/Disney collaboration, with the new studio on the block again firing on all cylinders. The tables are turned when a little girl is accidentally admitted to the monster world, because as everyone knows - monsters are terrified of children. A fascinating exercise in confronting one's fears and an instant classic.





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'Pirates Of the Caribbean' Film Series
D: Gore Verbinski, et al (2003) 150m average


Johnny Depp steals the show as the drunken rogue pirate Captain Jack Sparrow. In the first film Sparrow gets some help from an expert swordsman and the governor's beautiful daughter, and sets out to recapture the notorious 'Black Pearl' - a ghost ship now under the command of his arch-enemy Captain Barbossa. As of 2011, two further films in the series have been mooted.





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Enchanted
D: Kevin Lima (2007) 107m


A musical fantasy about an animated Disney fairytale princess (Amy Adams) who is banished to real-life New York by an evil queen. She doesn't quite get the ins and outs of things not always ending "happily ever after", and soon begins to fall for an affable divorce lawyer (Patrick Dempsey). Basically a Disney movie about Disney movies - the use of traditional animation is a welcome relief.


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