Disney Song Lyrics
Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Cinderella, Peter Pan, The Jungle Book,
The Aristocats, Robin...

  • Disney Song Lyrics Here are lyrics from a number of Disney movies.

  • Note that I do not have access to official Disney lyrics, so I cannot just pull up any lyrics from any movie.

  • Lyrics from older movies are taken from ancient collection.

  • For the movies since The Little Mermaid, I have bought the soundtrack and typed in the lyrics from the inlay.

  • You can guess how ruinous that would be if I did it for all Disney movies, or even for all animated movies.

  • So I don't have lyrics from Disney's live-action movies, nor do I have lyrics from Disney's TV animation department movies (Duck Tales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, A Goofy Movie), from their D2V animated movies (Return of Jafar, Beauty and the Beast: Enchanted Christmas, The Little Mermaid: Return to the Sea, Simba's Pride).

  • I also don't have lyrics from non-Disney animated movies, such as Land Before Time, Quest for Camelot, Anastasia or El Dorado.

  • There are also lots of lyrics from Disney movies in Tim Montgomery's .

  • For lyrics from other movies, check the , and check the fan pages.

    IMDb: Chicken Little (2005)
    Cast, crew, and viewer reviews.

    IMDb: Bill Farmer
    Contains filmography and additional information.

    Wikipedia - The Little Mermaid (film)
    Plot summary, notes on the filmmaking, cast, songs, urban legends, and trivia.


    Photo by

    The Disney Afternoon Ring
    Webrings of sites related to Disney Afternoon shows.

  • Current topics: pets, movies, music, video games, comics, villains, cartoons, Disney stuff, writing, politics, and things I believe in.

  • A huge site for Ducks fans, with lots of fanfiction, show info., pictures, sounds, movies, links, and more fun stuff! Search for in Copyright © 2001-2006 WebRing, Inc.

    HARO Online Atlantis Review
    A mixed, but mostly positive, review of the film.

  • Atlantis: The Lost Empire Some people think that the recent reemergence of the Disney animated movie may be nearing an end.

  • In order to remain at the forefront, Disney must continue to make good movies while pushing the limits of animation and storytelling.

  • This is a movie that small kids may not quite understand, and will probably play best to men, adolescent on upward.

  • There is one, but it really begins nearly halfway into the movie.

  • More than anything else, much of the first portion of the movie resembles a great vacation movie.

  • King Kashekim (Leonard Nimoy, Brave New World , Invasion America ) does not trust the outsiders, but his daughter Kida (Cree Summer, , An Extremely Goofy Movie ) thinks that Milo can help.

  • After the team arrives in Atlantis, the pace picks up considerably, and does not slow down until the movie is over.

    HARO Online
    Mongoose rates the film "really good".

  • American cinema is in a vicious circle where studious continually release inferior animated movies that condescend towards children.

  • Parents believe that since they are harmless (yet incredibly stupid) that their kids can safely watch them, thus prompting studios to make more dumb movies.

  • Disney is not really taking a risk with this movie, since Spirited Away arrives with a tremendous amount of acclaim.

  • There is so much going on here, so much more than in most other movies, animated or otherwise.

  • A young boy named Haku (voiced by Jason Marsden, An Extremely Goofy Movie , The Lion King II: Simba's Pride ) tells her to get a job from a man in a boiler room; it is the only way she can stay and rescue her parents.

  • Hewitt meticulously translated the movie, making sure that Japanese cultural references made sense, and matching words to lip movements in the idiotic way that Americans dub movies.

  • Unfortunately, a dubbed Spirited Away is the only way to get people to see this excellent movie, but just imagine if one could see it in its original form.

    The Disney Freak
    Includes lyrics and scripts, quotes, and a disney freak test.

  • Benefits

    Photo by

    102 Dalmatians - Greg's Preview - Yahoo! Movies
    Preview of the film.

    Rotten Tomatoes: Lilo & Stitch
    Reviews, photos, trailers, synopsis, and a public forum.

    Jim Cummings - Movie Information at
    Monthly TV listings and airtimes for programs and movies featuring the voice
    talents of Jim Cummings.

    Inflow's Script Depository
    Self-contained HTML scripts that you can read online - no downloading of files.


    Cincinnati.Com: Video Games
    Review by Marc Saltzman, with screen shots. Score: 4/5.

    Cuddly Collectibles
    Featuring a wide variety of cuddly items .

    Previews, screenshots, and news articles. IGN Insider subscription provides access
    to exclusive articles,...

    Movie Librarians
    Annotated listing of notable libraries and librarians in films.

    Focusing on animated cartoons on DVD with news, reviews, forums, feature articles
    and interviews,...

    A GIANT Among Animators
    Rob Blackwelder interviews "Iron Giant" director, Brad Bird, for Spliced Online.

  • A fresh, funny and extraordinary movie called it is the first legitimate challenger ever for Disney's feature cartoon crown.

  • But it's also a deceptively simple story that manages to combine the obligatory social commentary of any kids movie with brilliant observations about the American lifestyle during the Cold War.

  • SPLICEDwire: This movie really breaks the mold of what people expect from full-length animation, and one of the reasons is it doesn't have the show tunes in it.

  • I saw the poster and I immediately thought, "I have to see this movie!" Bird: Oh, that's great! SPLICED: And besides, there are so many things about it that just nail the '50s.

  • The meat of the movie to me was this little boy and the Giant, so I felt that if you were going to tell that story, it was good to set it in a climate of fear.

  • And it also struck me that the only films that really dealt with the fear of the bomb and technology at the time were the horror movies -- and they dealt with it indirectly.

  • To me there's something that's simultaneously powerful and kind of goofy about those movies. Pete's Dragon
    DVD review and screen captures.

    Islam, Animation and Money: the Reception of Disney's Aladdin in ...
    Timothy R. White and JE Winn discuss the reception of Disney's Aladdin in Islamic

    Home @CallCenter