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There are 53 [[animation|animated]] [[feature film]]s produced or released by '''[[Walt Disney Productions]]''' and its successor label, '''[[Walt Disney Pictures]]'''. [[Walt Disney Pictures|Walt Disney Studios]] began work on [[List of Disney animated shorts|animated short films]] in 1923. Then, in 1937, the studio released its first feature-length animated film with ''[[Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film)|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs]]'', and has continued to produce shorts, featurettes, and feature films to this day. Throughout the years, the studio has expanded its reach. Between collaborating with other studios to co-produce films to [[The Walt Disney Company]] distributing animated features produced by other companies, Walt Disney Studios no longer produces all their animated content under the Disney banner.
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This '''list of theatrical animated feature films''' consists of animated films released by [[The Walt Disney Studios (division)|The Walt Disney Studios]], the film division of [[The Walt Disney Company]].
   
==Animated films produced by Disney-owned studios==
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Currently, the [[The Walt Disney Studios (division)|The Walt Disney Studios]] releases films from [[Animation studios owned by The Walt Disney Company|Disney-owned]] and non-Disney owned animation studios. Most films listed below are from [[Walt Disney Animation Studios]] which began as the animation division of Walt Disney Productions, producing [[List of Disney animated shorts|animated short films]] since 1923. The studio produced its first feature-length animated film ''[[Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film)|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs]]'' in 1937 and as of 2014 has produced a total of [[List of Walt Disney Animation Studios films|53 feature films]].<ref group="st" name="WDAS">Animated films listed as produced by '''Walt Disney''' were either entirely produced prior to 1986 as part of the animation department of [[The Walt Disney Company|Walt Disney Productions]] or by the restructured studio unit '''Walt Disney Feature Animation''', known after 2006 as '''[[Walt Disney Animation Studios]]'''. Some films may have been animated at various [[Animation studios owned by The Walt Disney Company|satellite animation studios]] as well. {{cite web | url=http://www.disneyanimation.com/studio/history | title=Walt Disney Animated Films - History | publisher=Walt Disney Animation Studios}}</ref> Beginning with ''[[Toy Story]]'' in 1995, The Walt Disney Studios also [[List of Pixar films|released animated films by]] [[Pixar Animation Studios]], which became a wholly owned subsidiary in 2006.<ref>{{Cite news| url=http://money.cnn.com/2006/01/24/news/companies/disney_pixar_deal/ | date=January 24, 2006 |publisher=CNN | title=Disney buys Pixar | first=Paul R. | last=La Monica}}</ref><ref>[http://www.waltdisneystudios.com/corp/unit/76 The Walt Disney Studios Animation]. http://www.waltdisneystudios.com/. Retrieved on 2013-10-02.</ref>
   
===Walt Disney Animation Studios===
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Other studio units have also released films theatrically, namely Walt Disney Television Animation (now [[DisneyToon Studios]]) and the studio's distribution unit, which acquires film rights from outside animation studios to release films under the [[Walt Disney Pictures]], [[Touchstone Pictures]], or previously owned [[Miramax#Disney era|Miramax]] film labels.{{citation needed|date=September 2013}} In 1996, The Walt Disney Studios signed a deal with [[Tokuma Shoten]] for distribution rights to the theatrical works of [[Studio Ghibli]] world-wide (excluding Asia except for Japan and Taiwan and excluding ''[[Grave of the Fireflies]]'' which was not published by Tokuma), including what then was the most recent film, ''[[Princess Mononoke]]''. The deal later grew to include DVD rights and newer Ghibli movies; the English language Disney release of ''[[Spirited Away]]'' won the [[75th Academy Awards|2002]] [[Academy Award for Best Animated Feature]]. Studio Ghibli remains wholly independent of Disney and maintains strict creative control over the handling of the foreign language localization Disney produces.<ref>[http://www.nausicaa.net/miyazaki/disney/ The Disney-Tokuma Deal //]. Nausicaa.net. Retrieved on 2013-08-12.</ref> All of the theatrical Ghibli back catalog originally included in the deal have since been released to DVD in North America (except ''[[Only Yesterday (1991 film)|Only Yesterday]]'') and several other countries. Other studios globally have released films through [[Walt Disney Pictures]] which maintains distribution rights in certain territories.
{{Main|List of Walt Disney Animation Studios films}}
 
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Second, please do not move these films from one portion of this list to another. In particular, do not add other films to the Walt Disney Animation Studio (WDAS) films portion of the list UNLESS Disney has announced a new WDAS production. What is and what isn't in the official canon is already fixed; the official canon is posted by WDAS at http://www.disneyanimation.com/aboutus/history.html.
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'''[[#1930|1930s/40s]] {{·}} [[#1950|1950s]] {{·}} [[#1960|1960s]] {{·}} [[#1970|1970s]] {{·}}[[#1980|1980s]] {{·}} [[#1990|1990s]] {{·}} [[#2000|2000s]] {{·}} [[#2010|2010s]]'''<br>
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[[#Upcoming or in production|Upcoming]]{{·}}[[#Notes|Notes]]{{·}}[[#References|References]]{{·}}[[#See also|See also]]
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==Films==
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Second, please do not move these films from one portion of this list to another. In particular, do not add other films to the Walt Disney Animation Studio (WDAS) films portion of the list UNLESS Disney has announced a new WDAS production. What is and what isn't in the official canon is already fixed; the official canon is posted by WDAS at http://www.disneyanimation.com/studio/history.
   
 
The following are not part of the official WDAS canon:
 
The following are not part of the official WDAS canon:
   
* Pixar films, whether made before or after Disney acquired Pixar. (Pixar remains a separate production unit within Disney. There have been no WDAS/Pixar co-productions as of 05/01/2012; if there is one, its inclusion in the list will have to be determined then.)
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* Pixar films, whether made before or after Disney acquired Pixar. (Pixar remains a separate production unit within Disney. There have been no WDAS/Pixar co-productions as of May 2013; if there is one, its inclusion in the list will have to be determined then.)
* Marvel films, whether made before or after Disney acquired Marvel. (WDAS has not made any Marvel films as of 05/01/2012; if WDAS produces a fully-animated Marvel film in the future, it may be added to the list.)
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* Marvel films, whether made before or after Disney acquired Marvel. (WDAS has not made any Marvel films as of May 2013) However it appears that WDAS will produce Big Hero 6, a fully animated Marvel film.)
* Muppets or Bear in the Big Blue House films, whether made before or after Disney acquired those properties from The Jim Henson Company. (WDAS has not made any Muppet or Bear films as of 05/01/2012; if WDAS produces a fully-animated Muppet or Bear film in the future, it may be added to the list.)
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* Muppets or Bear in the Big Blue House films, whether made before or after Disney acquired those properties from The Jim Henson Company. (WDAS has not made any Muppet or Bear films as of May 2013; if WDAS produces a fully animated Muppet or Bear film in the future, it may be added to the list.)
 
* Any other puppet films, even if produced by Disney.
 
* Any other puppet films, even if produced by Disney.
* Any animated films that you thought were from Disney, but are not: ''Anastasia'' (produced by Fox Animation Studios & distributed by 20th Century Fox), ''Quest for Camelot'' or ''The Iron Giant'' (both produced by Warner Bros. Feature Animation & distributed by Warner Bros.), etc.
 
 
* ''Piglet's Big Movie'' and ''The Tigger Movie'', produced by DisneyToon studios
 
* ''Piglet's Big Movie'' and ''The Tigger Movie'', produced by DisneyToon studios
 
* All sequels (except ''The Rescuers Down Under'', ''Fantasia 2000'', and ''Winnie the Pooh'', which were produced by WDAS and included in the canon) were produced by DisneyToon Studios. All except for the three WDAS-produced sequels, ''Return to Neverland'' and ''The Jungle Book 2'' were released direct-to-video. DisneyToon productions are listed in a separate section below.
 
* All sequels (except ''The Rescuers Down Under'', ''Fantasia 2000'', and ''Winnie the Pooh'', which were produced by WDAS and included in the canon) were produced by DisneyToon Studios. All except for the three WDAS-produced sequels, ''Return to Neverland'' and ''The Jungle Book 2'' were released direct-to-video. DisneyToon productions are listed in a separate section below.
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The following is a list of the animated films that were either entirely produced in-house by [[The Walt Disney Company|Walt Disney Productions]] prior to 1986, or were produced by [[Walt Disney Animation Studios]], formerly known as Walt Disney Feature Animation, after 1986.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.disneyanimation.com/aboutus/history.html | title=Walt Disney Animated Films - History | publisher=Walt Disney Animation Studios}}</ref>
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===Released===
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For advertising purposes, [[The Walt Disney Company]] began to affix numbers to each of the films in the late 1980s.{{Citation needed|date=April 2011}} Through this method, they could proclaim the film to be "Disney's ''n''th full-length animated film". When the numbering system was introduced, the group of films included became collectively known as the "Disney Animation Canon."{{Citation needed|date=April 2011}} Many film historians and animation fans refer to them as Disney "classics" or Disney "features." The numbering system remains today, as recent press releases for such products as the 20th anniversary edition of ''[[Oliver & Company]]'',<ref>{{cite press release | title = Oliver & Company: 20th Anniversary Edition | publisher = Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, Inc. ''via'' UltimateDisney.com | date = 2008-10-20 | url = http://www.ultimatedisney.com/oliverandcompany-pressrelease-0203.html | accessdate = 2009-06-03}}</ref> as well as the opening and closing logos and marketing materials for ''[[Tangled]]'',<ref>{{youtube|5gqg3-5srs4|''Tangled: Count Up to 50th Animated Motion Picture''}} (official posting by [[Walt Disney Animation Studios]]; contains images from films 1-50 by number, ends with special "50th Animated Motion Picture" closing logo used for ''[[Tangled]]'')</ref> still refer to the film's number.<ref>[[Disney A to Z| Disney A to Z: The Official Encyclopedia]]'', Third Edition, by [[Dave Smith (archivist)|Dave Smith]], page 33</ref>
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|- style="color:black"
!style="width:25em"| Film
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! scope="col" |Title
!style="width:20em"| Date of original release
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! scope="col" |Original theatrical release date<br>by [[Walt Disney Pictures]]<!-- Walt Disney Pictures U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->
!style="width:3em"| Notes
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! scope="col" |Animation Studio<ref group="st" name="WDAS"/>
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| | 1 || ''[[Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film)|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs]]'' || {{dts|1937|12|21}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />February 4, 1938 ||
 
 
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| | 2 || ''[[Pinocchio (1940 film)|Pinocchio]]'' || {{dts|1940|2|7}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film)|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs]]''
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| <!-- U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1937|12|21}}{{anchor|1930}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 3 || ''[[Fantasia (film)|Fantasia]]'' || {{dts|1940|11|13}} {{small|(premiere/[[roadshow theatrical release|roadshow]])}}<br />January 29, 1941 {{small|(RKO roadshow)}}<br />January 8, 1942 || <ref group="note" name="package-film">These are "[[anthology film|package film]]s", releases made up of two or more short 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.</ref><ref group="note" name="live-action">These films contain live-action scenes and/or sequences.</ref>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Pinocchio (1940 film)|Pinocchio]]''
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| <!-- U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1940|2|7}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 4 || ''[[Dumbo]]'' || {{dts|1941|10|23}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Fantasia (film)|Fantasia]]''
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| <!-- U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1940|11|13}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 5 || ''[[Bambi]]'' || {{dts|1942|8|13}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Dumbo]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1941|10|23}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 6 || ''[[Saludos Amigos]]'' || {{dts|1942|8|24}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />February 6, 1943 || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/><ref group="note" name="live-action"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Bambi]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1942|8|13}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 7 || ''{{sortname|The|Three Caballeros}}'' || {{dts|1944|12|21}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />February 3, 1945 || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/><ref group="note" name="live-action"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Saludos Amigos]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1942|8|24}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 8 || ''[[Make Mine Music]]'' || {{dts|1946|4|20}} || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Three Caballeros]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1944|12|21}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 9 || ''[[Fun and Fancy Free]]'' || {{dts|1947|9|27}} || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/><ref group="note" name="live-action"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Make Mine Music]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1946|4|20}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 10 || ''[[Melody Time]]'' || {{dts|1948|5|27}} || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/><ref group="note" name="live-action"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Fun and Fancy Free]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1947|9|27}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 11 || ''{{sortname|The|Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad}}'' || {{dts|1949|10|5}} || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Melody Time]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1948|5|27}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 12 || ''[[Cinderella (1950 film)|Cinderella]]'' || {{dts|1950|3|4}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1949|10|5}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 13 || ''[[Alice in Wonderland (1951 film)|Alice in Wonderland]]'' || {{dts|1951|7|26}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Cinderella (1950 film)|Cinderella]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1950|2|15}}{{anchor|1950}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 14 || ''[[Peter Pan (1953 film)|Peter Pan]]'' || {{dts|1953|2|5}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Alice in Wonderland (1951 film)|Alice in Wonderland]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1951|7|26}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 15 || ''[[Lady and the Tramp]]'' || {{dts|1955|6|16}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 22, 1955 || <ref group="note">''Lady and the Tramp'' was photographed simultaneously in both the regular [[Academy ratio|Academy format]] and in [[CinemaScope]]. Both versions were released at the same time.</ref>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Peter Pan (1953 film)|Peter Pan]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1953|2|5}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 16 || ''[[Sleeping Beauty (1959 film)|Sleeping Beauty]]'' || {{dts|1959|1|29}} || <ref group="note" name="70mm">These two films were shot in the [[70 mm film|70 mm]] [[Super Technirama]] process. Reduced 35&nbsp;mm CinemaScope-compatible prints were released at the same time as the 70&nbsp;mm versions.</ref>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Lady and the Tramp]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1955|6|22}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 17 || ''[[One Hundred and One Dalmatians]]'' || {{dts|1961|1|25}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Sleeping Beauty (1959 film)|Sleeping Beauty]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1959|1|29}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 18 || ''{{sortname|The|Sword in the Stone|dab=film}}'' || {{dts|1963|12|25}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[One Hundred and One Dalmatians]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1961|1|25}}{{anchor|1960}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 19 || ''{{sortname|The|Jungle Book|dab=1967 film}}'' || {{dts|1967|10|18}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Sword in the Stone (film)|The Sword in the Stone]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1963|12|25}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 20 || ''{{sortname|The|Aristocats}}'' || {{dts|1970|12|24}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Jungle Book (1967 film)|The Jungle Book]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1967|10|18}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 21 || ''[[Robin Hood (1973 film)|Robin Hood]]'' || {{dts|1973|11|8}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Aristocats]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1970|12|24}}{{anchor|1970}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 22 || ''{{sortname|The|Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh}}'' || {{dts|1977|3|11}} || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/><ref group="note" name="live-action"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Robin Hood (1973 film)|Robin Hood]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1973|11|8}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 23 || ''{{sortname|The|Rescuers}}'' || {{dts|1977|6|22}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1977|3|11}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 24 || ''{{sortname|The|Fox and the Hound}}'' || {{dts|1981|7|10}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Rescuers]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1977|6|22}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 25 || ''{{sortname|The|Black Cauldron|dab=film}}'' || {{dts|1985|7|24}} || <ref group="note" name="70mm"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Fox and the Hound]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1981|7|10}}{{anchor|1980}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 26 || ''{{sortname|The|Great Mouse Detective}}'' || {{dts|1986|7|2}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Black Cauldron (film)|The Black Cauldron]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1985|7|24}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 27 || ''[[Oliver & Company]]'' || {{dts|1988|11|13}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />November 18, 1988 ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Great Mouse Detective]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1986|7|2}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| | 28 || ''{{sortname|The|Little Mermaid|dab=1989 film}}'' || {{dts|1989|11|14}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />November 17, 1989 ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Brave Little Toaster (film)|The Brave Little Toaster]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1987|7|10}}<ref group="rls" name="us">Released by Walt Disney Pictures in North America</ref>
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| align="center" | Hyperion Animation<ref group="st" name="Hyperion">Produced by [[Hyperion Pictures]] and [[The Kushner-Locke Company]]</ref>
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| style="background:#DAA520; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 29 || ''{{sortname|The|Rescuers Down Under}}'' || {{dts|1990|11|16}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Oliver & Company]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1988|11|18}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 30 || ''[[Beauty and the Beast (1991 film)|Beauty and the Beast]]'' || {{dts|1991|11|22}} || <ref group="note" name="imax">These films were released or re-released in [[IMAX]] format in addition to their regular theatrical releases.</ref><ref group="note" name="3d"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Little Mermaid (1989 film)|The Little Mermaid]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1989|11|17}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 31 || ''[[Aladdin (1992 Disney film)|Aladdin]]'' || {{dts|1992|11|25}} ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp|DuckTales the Movie]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1990|8|3}} {{anchor|1990}}
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| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios<ref group="st" name="wdta">Produced under the banner [[Walt Disney Television Animation]]</ref>
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| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 32 || ''{{sortname|The|Lion King}}'' || {{dts|1994|6|15}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 24, 1994 || <ref group="note" name="imax"/><ref group="note" name="3d"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Rescuers Down Under]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1990|11|16}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 33 || ''[[Pocahontas (1995 film)|Pocahontas]]'' || {{dts|1995|6|16}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 23, 1995 ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Beauty and the Beast (1991 film)|Beauty and the Beast]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1991|11|22}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 34 || ''{{sortname|The|Hunchback of Notre Dame|dab=1996 film}}'' || {{dts|1996|6|19}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 21, 1996 ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[Aladdin (1992 Disney film)|Aladdin]]''
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1992|11|25}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| | 35 || ''[[Hercules (1997 film)|Hercules]]'' || {{dts|1997|6|14}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 27, 1997 ||
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Nightmare Before Christmas]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1993|10|29}}{{small| (Through [[Touchstone Pictures|Touchstone]] label)}}
  +
| align="center" | [[Skellington Productions]]<ref group="st" name="Skellington">Stop-motion animation directors [[Henry Selick]] and [[Tim Burton]] have worked on these stop-motion animated films that have been released or distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.</ref><ref group="st" name="Collaboration">[[Walt Disney Feature Animation]] provided second-layering traditional animation {{cite book | author = Mark Salisbury, [[Tim Burton]] | title = Burton on Burton | publisher = [[Faber and Faber]] | year = 2006 | location = London | pages = 115–120 | isbn = 0-571-22926-3 }}</ref>
  +
| style="background:#C0C0C0; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 36 || ''[[Mulan]]'' || {{dts|1998|6|5}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 19, 1998 ||[[Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida|WDFA Florida]]<ref name=fbo>{{cite web|last=Drees|first=Rich|title=Disney Closes Florida Animation Studio|url=http://www.filmbuffonline.com/News/2003-2004/DisneyClosesStudio.htm |publisher=filmbuffonline.com |accessdate=6 December 2012}}</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Lion King]]''
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1994|6|15}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 37 || ''[[Tarzan (1999 film)|Tarzan]]'' || {{dts|1999|6|12}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 18, 1999 ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[A Goofy Movie]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1995|4|7}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios<ref group="st" name="wdta">Produced under the banner [[Walt Disney Television Animation]]</ref>
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 38 || ''[[Fantasia 2000]]'' || {{dts|1999|12|17}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />January 1, 2000 || <ref group="note" name="package-film"/><ref group="note" name="live-action"/><ref group="note" name="imax"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Pocahontas (1995 film)|Pocahontas]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1995|6|23}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 39 || ''[[Dinosaur (film)|Dinosaur]]'' || {{dts|2000|5|19}} || <ref group="note" name="live-action"/><ref group="note" name="cgi">These films are computer-animated films.</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Toy Story]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1995|11|22}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 40 || ''{{sortname|The|Emperor's New Groove}}'' || {{dts|2000|12|10}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />December 15, 2000 ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[James and the Giant Peach (film)|James and the Giant Peach]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1996|4|12}}
  +
| align="center" | [[Skellington Productions]]<ref group="st" name="Skellington"/>
  +
| style="background:#C0C0C0; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 41 || ''[[Atlantis: The Lost Empire]]'' || {{dts|2001|6|3}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 15, 2001 ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996 film)|The Hunchback of Notre Dame]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1996|6|21}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 42 || ''[[Lilo & Stitch]]'' || {{dts|2002|6|16}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 21, 2002 || [[Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida|WDFA Florida]]<ref name=fbo/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Hercules (1997 film)|Hercules]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1997|6|27}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 43 || ''[[Treasure Planet]]'' || {{dts|2002|11|17}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />November 27, 2002 || <ref group="note" name="imax"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1998|5|18}}<ref group="rls" name="us"/>
  +
| align="center" | Hyperion Animation<ref group="st" name="Hyperion"/>
  +
| style="background:#DAA520; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 44 || ''[[Brother Bear]]'' || {{dts|2003|10|20}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />November 1, 2003 ||[[Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida|WDFA Florida]]<ref name=fbo/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Kiki's Delivery Service]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1998|5|23}}<ref group="rls" name="limited">Limited premiere and limited distribution</ref><ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|1989|7|29}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 45 || ''[[Home on the Range (2004 film)|Home on the Range]]'' || {{dts|2004|3|21}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />April 2, 2004 ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Mulan_(1998_film)|Mulan]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1998|6|19}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 46 || ''[[Chicken Little (2005 film)|Chicken Little]]'' || {{dts|2005|10|30}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />November 4, 2005 || <ref group="note" name="3d">These films were also released or re-released in a [[Disney Digital 3-D]] limited cinema version.</ref><ref group="note" name="cgi"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[A Bug's Life]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1998|11|25}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 47 || ''[[Meet the Robinsons]]'' || {{dts|2007|3|30}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="cgi"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Doug's 1st Movie]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1999|3|26}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios<ref group="st" name="wdta"/><ref group="st" name="Jumbo">Produced with [[Cartoon Pizza|Jumbo Pictures]]</ref>
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 48 || ''[[Bolt (2008 film)|Bolt]]'' || {{dts|2008|11|21}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="cgi"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1999|5|19}}<ref group="rls" name="us"/>
  +
| align="center" | Hyperion Animation<ref group="st" name="Hyperion"/>
  +
| style="background:#DAA520; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 49 || ''{{sortname|The|Princess and the Frog}}'' || {{dts|2009|11|25}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />December 11, 2009 ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Tarzan (1999 film)|Tarzan]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1999|6|18}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 50 || ''[[Tangled]]'' || {{dts|2010|11|24}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="cgi"/>
+
! scope="row" |''[[Princess Mononoke]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1999|10|29}}<ref group="rls" name="Miramax">Released by Walt Disney Pictures through then-owned label [[Miramax Films]]</ref><ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|1997|7|12}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 51 || ''[[Winnie the Pooh (film)|Winnie the Pooh]]'' || {{dts|2011|7|15}} || <ref group="note" name="live-action"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Toy Story 2]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|1999|11|24}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 52 || ''[[Wreck-It Ralph]]'' || {{dts|2012|11|2}}<ref>{{cite press release|title=Disney Announces CG Comedy Adventure Wreck-It Ralph |publisher=Walt Disney Animation Studios |work=ComingSoon.net |date=June 13, 2011 |url=http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=78576 |accessdate=June 13, 2011}}</ref> || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="cgi"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Fantasia 2000]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|1999|12|17}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 53 || ''[[Frozen (2013 film)|Frozen]]'' || {{dts|2013|11|27}}<ref>{{cite news|last=Kit|first=Borys|title=Disney's 'Frozen' to Thaw in November 2013|newspaper=[[The Hollywood Reporter]]|date=June 11, 2012|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/disney-frozen-kristen-bell-november-idina-menzel-335875|accessdate=June 13, 2012}}</ref><ref name="comingsoon.net">{{cite news|title=Disney Animation Schedules Frozen For November 2013|url=http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=85436|accessdate=December 22, 2011|newspaper=ComingSoon|date=December 22, 2011}}</ref> || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="cgi"/><ref group="note" name="future">Film is not yet released. Release date subject to change.</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Tigger Movie]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2000|2|11}} {{anchor|2000}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios<ref group="st" name="wdta"/>
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| | 54 || <!--Please don't add a title until reliable sources reveal one--> ''Untitled Disney Animation Project'' || {{dts|2014|11|7}}<ref>{{cite news|last=Ellwood|first=Gregory|title=Disney sets new 'Saving Mr. Banks,' 'Phineas and Ferb' and Pixar movie release dates|url=http://www.hitfix.com/news/disney-sets-new-saving-mr-banks-phineas-and-ferb-and-pixar-movie-release-dates|accessdate=October 16, 2012|newspaper=HitFix|date=October 15, 2012}}</ref> || <ref group="note" name="future"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Dinosaur (film)|Dinosaur]]''
|}
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2000|5|19}}
Features in development include a [[Mickey Mouse#Television and later films|Mickey Mouse]] feature film;<ref name="Mickey Mouse’s First Feature Length Film Being Developed At Disney">{{Cite news|url=http://www.bleedingcool.com/2011/03/24/scoop-mickey-mouses-first-feature-length-film-being-developed-at-disney/ |title=SCOOP: Mickey Mouse’s First Feature Length Film Being Developed At Disney |accessdate=2011-03-24 |author= Connelly, Brendon |date=2011-03-24 |work= |publisher=Bleeding Cool}}</ref> ''King of the Elves'', based on a [[Philip K. Dick]] [[The King of the Elves|short story]];<ref>{{cite press release|title=The Walt Disney Studios Rolls Out Slate of 10 New Animated Motion Pictures Through 2012 |publisher=The Walt Disney Studios |work=PR Newswire |date=April 8, 2008 |url=http://www2.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/04-08-2008/0004789174 |accessdate=June 4, 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first=Brendon |last=Connelly |url=http://www.bleedingcool.com/2010/08/03/disney-futures-including-the-on-again-king-of-the-elves/ |title=Disney Futures – Including The On-Again King Of the Elves |publisher=[[Bleeding Cool#Bleeding Cool|Bleeding Cool]] |date=August 3, 2010 |accessdate=November 26, 2010}}</ref> and an adaptation of [[Marvel Comics]]' ''[[Big Hero 6]]''.<ref name=BigHero6>{{cite web|title=NEWS – OWA: Walt Disney Animation’s "Big Hero 6″|url=http://www.itsonthegrid.com/news/news-owa-walt-disney-animations-big-hero-6/|accessdate=June 29, 2012|work=itsonthegrid.com|publisher=The Wrap News, Inc.|date=June 28, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Breznican|first=Anthony|title=Disney Animation teams up with Marvel for 'Big Hero 6' -- BREAKING|url=http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/06/29/disney-animation-confirms-plans-for-marvels-big-hero-6-breaking/|accessdate=July 21, 2012|newspaper=Entertainment Weekly|date=June 29, 2012}}</ref>
+
| align="center" | Walt Disney
+
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
'''Notes:'''
 
<references group="note"/>
 
 
===DisneyToon Studios===
 
{{Main|DisneyToon Studios}}
 
The following DisneyToon Studios films have had, or are planned to have, a theatrical release.
 
{|class="wikitable sortable" style="width:51em"
 
 
|-
 
|-
!style="width:3em"| #
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Emperor's New Groove]]''
!style="width:25em"| Film
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2000|12|15}}
!style="width:20em"| Date of original release
+
| align="center" | Walt Disney
!style="width:3em"| Notes
+
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 1 || ''[[DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp]]'' || {{dts|1990|8|3}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta">Produced under the banner [[Walt Disney Television Animation]]</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Recess: School's Out]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2001|2|16}}
  +
| align="center" | [[Disney Television Animation|Walt Disney Television Animation]]<ref group="st" name="wdta"/>
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 2 || ''{{sortname|A|Goofy Movie}}'' || {{dts|1995|4|7}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Atlantis: The Lost Empire]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2001|6|15}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 3 || ''[[Doug's 1st Movie]]'' || {{dts|1999|3|26}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta"/><ref group="note">Produced with [[Cartoon Pizza|Jumbo Pictures]]</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Monsters, Inc.]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2001|11|2}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 4 || ''{{sortname|The|Tigger Movie}}'' || {{dts|2000|2|11}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Return to Never Land]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2002|2|15}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios<ref group="st" name="wdta"/>
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 5 || ''[[Recess: School's Out]]'' || {{dts|2001|2|16}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Lilo & Stitch]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2002|6|21}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 6 || ''[[Return to Never Land]]'' || {{dts|2002|2|15}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Spirited Away]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2002|9|20}}<ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2001|7|27}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 7 || ''{{sortname|The|Jungle Book 2}}'' || {{dts|2003|2|14}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Treasure Planet]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2002|11|27}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 8 || ''[[Piglet's Big Movie]]'' || {{dts|2003|3|21}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Jungle Book 2]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2003|2|14}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 9 || ''[[Teacher's Pet (film)|Teacher's Pet]]'' || {{dts|2004|1|16}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Piglet's Big Movie]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2003|3|21}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 10 || ''[[Pooh's Heffalump Movie]]'' || {{dts|2005|2|11}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Cat Returns]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2003|5|2}}<ref group="rls" name="limited"/><ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2002|7|19}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 11 || ''[[Bambi II]]'' || {{dts|2006|1|26}} {{small|(Argentina)}} || <ref group="note" name="non-us">Not released theatrically in the United States</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Finding Nemo]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2003|5|30}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 12 || ''[[Tinker Bell (film)|Tinker Bell]]'' || {{dts|2008|9|19}} {{small|(Mexico)}} || <ref group="note" name="non-us">Not released theatrically in the United States</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Brother Bear]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2003|11|1}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 13 || ''[[Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure]]'' || {{dts|2009|9|3}} {{small|(Argentina)}} || <ref group="note" name="non-us">Not released theatrically in the United States</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Teacher's Pet (2004 film)|Teacher's Pet]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2004|1|16}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 14 || ''[[Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue]]'' || {{dts|2010|8|13}} {{small|(UK)}} || <ref group="note" name="non-us">Not released theatrically in the United States</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Home on the Range (2004 film)|Home on the Range]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2004|4|2}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 15 || ''[[Secret of the Wings]]'' || {{dts|2012|8|31}} {{small|(United States: limited)}} ||<ref group="note" name="limited-us">Released as a limited release.</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Incredibles]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2004|11|5}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 16 || ''[[Planes (film)|Planes]]''<ref>[http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=98312 Disney Sets Cars Spinoff Planes for a Theatrical Release]</ref> || {{dts|2013|8|9}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Pooh's Heffalump Movie]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2005|2|11}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 17 || ''[[Phineas and Ferb#Theatrical film|Phineas and Ferb]]'' || {{dts|2014}} || <ref group="note" name="wdta">Produced under the banner [[Walt Disney Television Animation]]</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Howl's Moving Castle (film)|Howl's Moving Castle]]''
|}
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2005|6|10}}<ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2004|11|20}}</ref>
+
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
'''Notes:'''
+
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
<references group="note"/>
 
 
===Pixar Animation Studios===
 
{{Main|List of Pixar films}}
 
 
[[Pixar|Pixar Animation Studios]], a subsidiary of Disney, has released or will release the following films:
 
 
{|class="wikitable sortable" style="width:51em"
 
 
|-
 
|-
!style="width:3em"| #
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Valiant (2005 film)|Valiant]]''
!style="width:25em"| Film
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2005|8|19}}<ref group="rls" name="us"/>
!style="width:20em"| Date of original release
+
| align="center" | [[Vanguard Animation]]
!style="width:3em"| Notes
+
| style="background:white; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 1 || ''[[Toy Story]]'' || {{dts|1995|11|22}} || <ref group="note" name="3d">Released or re-released in [[Disney Digital 3-D]]</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Chicken Little (2005 film)|Chicken Little]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2005|11|4}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 2 || ''{{sortname|A|Bug's Life}}'' || {{dts|1998|11|25}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Bambi II]]''
  +
| {{dts|2006|1|26}}{{small| (Argentina)}}<ref group="rls" name="non-us">Not released theatrically in the United States</ref>
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 3 || ''[[Toy Story 2]]'' || {{dts|1999|11|24}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Wild]]''
  +
| {{dts|2006|4|14}}<ref group="rls" name="worldwide">Released by Disney outside North america</ref>
  +
| align="center" | [[C.O.R.E.]]<ref group="st" name="CORE">Animation produced by [[C.O.R.E.|C.O.R.E. Feature Animation]] of C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures.</ref>
  +
| style="background:white; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 4 || ''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' || {{dts|2001|11|2}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Cars (film)|Cars]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2006|6|9}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 5 || ''[[Finding Nemo]]'' || {{dts|2003|5|30}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Uma Aventura no Tempo]]''
  +
| {{dts|2007|2|16}}{{small| (Brazil)}}<ref group="rls" name="worldwide"/>
  +
| " align="center" |<ref group="st" name="Uma Aventura no Tempo">Co-produced by Miravista and The Walt Disney Company Latin-America Pvt. Ltd.</ref>
  +
| style="background:white; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 6 || ''[[The Incredibles]]'' || {{dts|2004|11|5}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Meet the Robinsons]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2007|3|30}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 7 || ''[[Cars (film)|Cars]]'' || {{dts|2006|6|9}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Ratatouille (film)|Ratatouille]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2007|6|29}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 8 || ''[[Ratatouille (film)|Ratatouille]]'' || {{dts|2007|6|29}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[WALL-E]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2008|6|27}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 9 || ''[[WALL-E]]'' || {{dts|2008|6|27}} || <ref group="note">Features live-action sequences</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Tinker Bell (film)|Tinker Bell]]''
  +
| {{dts|2008|9|18}}<ref group="rls" name="non-us"/>
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 10 || ''[[Up (2009 film)|Up]]'' || {{dts|2009|5|29}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Roadside Romeo]]''
  +
| {{dts|2008|10|24}}{{small| (India)}}<ref group="rls" name="worldwide"/>
  +
| " align="center" | [[Yash Raj Films]]<ref group="st" name="India">Co-production with [[The Walt Disney Company India Pvt. Ltd.]]</ref>
  +
| style="background:white; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 11 || ''[[Toy Story 3]]'' || {{dts|2010|6|18}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="imax-3d">Released in IMAX 3-D</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Bolt (2008 film)|Bolt]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2008|11|28}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 12 || ''[[Cars 2]]'' || {{dts|2011|6|24}} || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="imax-3d"/>
+
! scope="row" |''[[Up (2009 film)|Up]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2009|5|29}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 13 || ''[[Brave (2012 film)|Brave]]'' || {{dts|2012|6|22}}<ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/8639142.stm |title=BBC News |accessdate=April 23, 2012 |date=April 23, 2010}}</ref> || <ref group="note" name="3d"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Ponyo]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2009|8|14}}<ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2008|7|19}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 14 || ''{{sort|Monsters University|[[Monsters University]]}}'' || {{dts|2013|6|21}}<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.movieweb.com/news/monsters-university-pushed-to-2013 |title=Monsters University Pushed to 2013 |accessdate=April 4, 2011 |date=April 4, 2011 |work=movieweb.com}}</ref> || <ref group="note" name="3d"/><ref group="note" name="future">Film is not yet released. Release date subject to change.</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure]]''
  +
| {{dts|2009|9|3}}{{small| (Argentina)}}<ref group="rls" name="non-us"/>
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 15 || ''[[The Good Dinosaur]]'' <ref name="comingsoon.net"/><ref>{{cite news|last=Sciretta|first=Peter|title=Pixar Announces Dinosaur Movie for Holiday 2013 (D23 Expo)|url=http://www.slashfilm.com/pixar-announces-dinosaur-movie-holiday-2013-d23-expo/|accessdate=August 21, 2011|newspaper=SlashFilm|date=August 20, 2011}}</ref><ref name=Variety>{{cite news|last=Dickey|first=Josh|title=Pixar announces Latin-themed feature|url=http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118053093|accessdate=April 24, 2012|newspaper=Variety|date=April 24, 2012}}</ref> || {{dts|2014|5|30}} || <ref group="note" name="future"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[A Christmas Carol (2009 film)|A Christmas Carol]]''
  +
| {{dts|2009|11|6}}
  +
| align="center" | [[ImageMovers|ImageMovers Digital]]<ref group="st" name="IM">The film studio '''ImageMovers Digital''', run by [[Robert Zemeckis]], was owned by Disney from 2007 to 2010. These films were [[performance capture]]d animated films.</ref>
  +
| style="background:#F0E68C; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 16 || ''The Inside Out'' <ref>{{cite news|last=Sciretta|first=Peter|title=Pete Docter To Direct Pixar Movie Set Inside The Mind (D23 Expo)|url=http://www.slashfilm.com/pixar-pete-docters-movie-mind/|accessdate=August 21, 2011|newspaper=SlashFilm|date=August 20, 2011}}</ref> || June 19, 2015 <ref name=Variety /> || <ref group="note" name="future"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Princess and the Frog]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2009|12|11}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 17 || Untitled film <ref>{{cite news|title=Disney's Marvel Movie Moves: ''Iron Man 3'', ''Thor 2'' Going 3D, ''Ant-Man'' Dated For 2015|url=http://www.deadline.com/2012/10/iron-man-3-thor-2-3d-ant-man-marvel-disney-release-date/|accessdate=October 16, 2012|newspaper=Deadline|date=October 15, 2012|author=The Deadline Team}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Pixar Animation Untitled|url=http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=pixar2015.htm|publisher=Box Office Mojo|accessdate=February 3, 2013}}</ref> || November 25, 2015 || <ref group="note" name="future"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Toy Story 3]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2010|6|18}} {{anchor|2010}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 18 || Untitled Pixar movie set in the world of [[Day of the Dead|Dia de los Muertos]]<ref name=Variety /> || 2016 || <ref group="note" name="future"/><ref>{{cite news|title=New Art From Pixar's Upcoming Films!|url=http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=98454|accessdate=January 1, 2013|newspaper=ComingSoon.net|date=December 31, 2012}}</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue]]''
  +
| {{dts|2010|8|13}}{{small|(UK)}}<ref group="rls" name="non-us"/>
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 19 || ''[[Finding Nemo#Sequel|Finding Nemo 2]]'' <ref>{{cite news|title=Finding Nemo: Director signs up for sequel - BBC News|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-18884297|accessdate=July 18, 2012}}</ref> || 2016 || <ref group="note" name="future"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Tales from Earthsea (film)|Tales from Earthsea]]''
|}
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2010|8|13}}<ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2006|7|29}}</ref>
+
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
'''Notes:'''
+
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
<references group="note"/>
 
 
==Stop-motion films==
 
The stop-motion makers [[Henry Selick]] and [[Tim Burton]] have worked on the following stop-motion films that have been released or distributed by Disney.
 
{|class="wikitable sortable" style="width:51em"
 
 
|-
 
|-
!style="width:3em"| #
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Tangled]]''
!style="width:25em"| Film
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2010|11|24}}
!style="width:20em"| Date of original release
+
| align="center" | Walt Disney
!style="width:3em"| Notes
+
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 1 || ''{{sortname|The|Nightmare Before Christmas}}'' || {{dts|1993|10|9}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />October 29, 1993 || <ref group="note">Originally released by Disney through their [[Touchstone Pictures]] label</ref><ref group="note" name="skellington">Includes animation by [[Skellington Productions]]</ref><ref group="note" name="d3D">Released or re-released in a [[Disney Digital 3-D]] limited cinema version</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Gnomeo & Juliet]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2011|2|11}}{{small| (Through [[Touchstone Pictures|Touchstone]] label)}}<ref group="rls" name="us"/>
  +
| " align="center" | [[Starz Animation]]<ref group="rls" name="Rocket">Co-produced by [[Rocket Pictures]]</ref>
  +
| style="background:white; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 2 || ''[[James and the Giant Peach (film)|James and the Giant Peach]]'' || {{dts|1996|4|12}} || <ref group="note" name="skellington"/><ref group="note" name="Contains live-action shots">Contains live-action shots</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Mars Needs Moms]]''
  +
| {{dts|2011|3|11}}
  +
| align="center" | [[ImageMovers|ImageMovers Digital]]<ref group="st" name="IM"/>
  +
| style="background:#F0E68C; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 3 || ''[[Frankenweenie (2012 film)|Frankenweenie]]'' || {{dts|2012|10|5}}<ref>{{cite web|first=Russ |last=Fischer |date=August 9, 2010 |url=http://www.slashfilm.com/2010/08/09/disney-sets-2012-release-dates-for-john-carter-of-mars-and-frankenweenie/ |title=Disney Sets 2012 Release Dates For ''John Carter of Mars'' and ''Frankenweenie'' |accessdate=August 4, 2011}}</ref> || <ref group="note" name="d3D"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Cars 2]]''
|}
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2011|6|24}}
+
| align="center" | Pixar
'''Notes:'''
+
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
<references group="note"/>
 
 
==ImageMovers Digital==
 
{{Main|ImageMovers}}
 
 
The following films were produced by ImageMovers Digital, a film studio run by [[Robert Zemeckis]]' [[ImageMovers]] and Disney. Both of the films below are computer animated, and were also released in [[Disney Digital 3-D]] versions. Following the poor box office performance of ''[[Mars Needs Moms]]'', Disney closed ImageMovers Digital.
 
 
{|class="wikitable sortable" style="width:51em"
 
 
|-
 
|-
!style="width:3em"| #
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Winnie the Pooh (film)|Winnie the Pooh]]''
!style="width:25em"| Film
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2011|7|15}}
!style="width:20em"| Date of original release
+
| align="center" | Walt Disney
!style="width:3em"| Notes
+
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 1 || ''{{sortname|A|Christmas Carol|dab=2009 film}}'' || {{dts|2009|11|6}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Arrietty|The Secret World of Arrietty]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2012|2|17}}<ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2010|7|17}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 2 || ''[[Mars Needs Moms]]'' || {{dts|2011|3|11}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Arjun: The Warrior Prince]]''
|}
+
| {{dts|2012|5|25}}{{small| (India)}}<ref group="rls" name="worldwide"/>
+
| align="center" | [[UTV Motion Pictures]]
==Animated features produced by non-Disney studios==
+
| style="background:white; " | &nbsp;
Unlike the films above that were made by Disney, the films below were only distributed by Disney.
 
 
===Studio Ghibli===
 
{{Main|Studio Ghibli}}
 
 
In 1996, Disney signed a deal with [[Tokuma Shoten]] for distribution rights to the theatrical works of Studio Ghibli world-wide (excluding Asia except for Japan and Taiwan and excluding ''[[Grave of the Fireflies]]'' which was not published by Tokuma), including what then was the most recent film, ''[[Princess Mononoke]]''. The deal later grew to include DVD rights and newer Ghibli movies - the English language release of ''[[Spirited Away]]'' won the 2001, 2002 [[Academy Award for Best Animated Feature]]. Studio Ghibli remains wholly independent of Disney and maintains strict creative control over the handling of the foreign language localization Disney produces.<ref>http://www.nausicaa.net/miyazaki/disney/</ref> All of the theatrical Ghibli back catalog originally included in the deal have since been released to DVD in North America (except ''[[Only Yesterday (1991 film)|Only Yesterday]]'') and several other countries. The following films were given theatrical releases outside Japan by Disney and subsidiaries:
 
 
{|class="wikitable sortable" style="width:51em"
 
 
|-
 
|-
!style="width:3em"| #
+
! scope="row" |''[[Brave (2012 film)|Brave]]''
!style="width:15em"| Film
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2012|6|22}}
!style="width:15em"| Date of original release
+
| align="center" | Pixar
!style="width:15em"| Date of Disney re-release
+
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
!style="width:3em"| Notes
 
 
|-
 
|-
| 1 || ''[[Kiki's Delivery Service]]'' || {{dts|1989|7|29}} || {{dts|1998|5|23}} || <ref group="note" name="limited">Limited premiere and limited distribution</ref>
+
! scope="row" |''[[Frankenweenie (2012 film)|Frankenweenie]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2012|10|5}}<ref>{{cite web|first=Russ |last=Fischer |date=August 9, 2010 |url=http://www.slashfilm.com/2010/08/09/disney-sets-2012-release-dates-for-john-carter-of-mars-and-frankenweenie/ |title=Disney Sets 2012 Release Dates For ''John Carter of Mars'' and ''Frankenweenie'' |accessdate=August 4, 2011}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Tim Burton<ref group="st" name="Skellington"/>
  +
| style="background:#C0C0C0; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 2 || ''[[Princess Mononoke]]'' || {{dts|1997|7|12}} || {{dts|1999|10|29}} || <ref group="note">Released by Disney through [[Miramax Films]]</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Secret of the Wings]]''
  +
| {{dts|2012|8|31}} {{efn|Limited release in the United States.}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 3 || ''[[Spirited Away]]'' || {{dts|2001|7|27}} || {{dts|2002|9|20}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Wreck-It Ralph]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2012|11|2}}
  +
| align="center" | Walt Disney
  +
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 4 || ''{{sortname|The|Cat Returns}}'' || {{dts|2002|7|19}} || {{dts|2003|5|2}} || <ref group="note" name="limited"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Monsters University]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2013|6|21}}
  +
| align="center" | Pixar
  +
| style="background:#88ACDC; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 5 || ''[[Howl's Moving Castle (film)|Howl's Moving Castle]]'' || {{dts|2004|11|20}} || {{dts|2005|6|10}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Planes (film)|Planes]]''
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2013|8|9}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
| style="background:#FA8072; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 6 || ''[[Ponyo]]'' || {{dts|2008|7|19}} || {{dts|2009|8|14}} ||
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Frozen (2013 film)|Frozen]]''
|-
+
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2013|11|27}}
| 7 || ''[[Tales from Earthsea (film)|Tales from Earthsea]]'' || {{dts|2006|7|29}} || {{dts|2010|8|13}} ||
+
| align="center" | Walt Disney
|-
+
| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
| 8 || ''[[The Secret World of Arrietty]]'' || {{dts|2010|7|17}} || {{dts|2012|2|17}} ||
 
|-
 
| 9 || ''[[From Up on Poppy Hill]]'' || {{dts|2011|7|16}} || {{dts|2013|4|5}} || <ref group="note" name="future">Film is not yet released. Release date subject to change.</ref>
 
 
|}
 
|}
   
'''Notes:'''
+
{{hidden begin
<references group="note"/>
+
|title = Films by other non-Disney owned studios released through Miramax
+
|titlestyle = text-align:left;
===Animated features produced by outside/third-party studios===
+
}}
 
<!--Please note that although unlike the first list, this list is for films produced primarily by a studio other than Disney; films in this list should still have Disney involved in them.-->
 
<!--Please note that although unlike the first list, this list is for films produced primarily by a studio other than Disney; films in this list should still have Disney involved in them.-->
   
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{|class="wikitable sortable" style="width:51em"
 
|-
 
|-
!style="width:3em"| #
 
 
!style="width:15em"| Film
 
!style="width:15em"| Film
 
!style="width:15em"| Date of original release
 
!style="width:15em"| Date of original release
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!style="width:3em"| Notes
 
!style="width:3em"| Notes
 
|-
 
|-
| 1 || ''{{sortname|The|Brave Little Toaster|dab=film}}'' || {{dts|1987|7|10}} || [[Hyperion Pictures]]<br />[[The Kushner-Locke Company]] || <ref group="note" name="us">Released by Disney in North America</ref>
+
| ''[[The Thief and the Cobbler]]'' (''Arabian Knight'') || {{dts|1995|8|25}} || [[Richard Williams (animator)|Richard Williams Productions]] ||<ref group="note" name="us">Released by Disney in North America</ref><ref group="note" name="miramax">Released by [[Miramax Films]] which was a subsidiary of Disney at the time of release</ref><ref group="note">Released by Disney in Japan</ref>
 
|-
 
|-
| 2 || ''{{sortname|The|Thief and the Cobbler}}'' (''Arabian Knight'') || {{dts|1995|8|25}} || [[Richard Williams (animator)|Richard Williams Productions]] || <ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="miramax">Released by [[Miramax Films]] which was a subsidiary of Disney at the time of release</ref><ref group="note">Released by Disney in Japan</ref>
+
| ''[[Manuelita (film)|Manuelita]]'' || {{dts|1999|2|14}} || [[Manuel García Ferré|García Ferré Entertainment]]<br />[[Antena 3 (Spain)|Megatrix S.A.U.]] ||<ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note">Released by Disney in Argentina</ref>
 
|-
 
|-
| 3 || ''{{sortname|The|Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars}}'' || {{dts|1998|5|18}} || [[Hyperion Pictures]]<br />[[The Kushner-Locke Company]] || <ref group="note" name="us">Released by Disney in North America</ref>
+
| ''[[Pokémon 4Ever]]'' || {{dts|2002|10|11}} || [[The Pokémon Company]]<br />[[Shogakukan]]<br />[[4Kids Entertainment]] ||<ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="miramax"/><ref group="note" name="aus-uk">Released by Disney in Australia and United Kingdom</ref>
 
|-
 
|-
| 4 || ''[[Manuelita (film)|Manuelita]]'' || {{dts|1999|2|14}} || [[Manuel García Ferré|García Ferré Entertainment]]<br />[[Antena 3 (Spain)|Megatrix S.A.U.]] || <ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note">Released by Disney in Argentina</ref>
+
| ''[[Pokémon Heroes]]'' || {{dts|2003|5|16}} || [[The Pokémon Company]]<br />[[Shogakukan]]<br />[[4Kids Entertainment]] ||<ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="miramax"/><ref group="note" name="aus-uk"/>
 
|-
 
|-
| 5 || ''{{sortname|The|Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue}}'' || {{dts|1999|5|19}} || [[Hyperion Pictures]]<br />[[The Kushner-Locke Company]] || <ref group="note" name="us">Released by Disney in North America</ref>
+
| ''[[Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys]]'' || {{dts|2005|2|15}} || [[The Pokémon Company]]<br />[[Miramax Films]] ||
 
|-
 
|-
| 6 || ''[[Pokémon 4Ever]]'' || {{dts|2002|10|11}} || [[The Pokémon Company]]<br />[[Shogakukan]]<br />[[4Kids Entertainment]] || <ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="miramax"/><ref group="note" name="aus-uk">Released by Disney in Australia and United Kingdom</ref>
+
|}
  +
'''Notes:'''
  +
<references group="note"/>
  +
{{hidden end}}
  +
  +
===Upcoming or in production===
  +
{{See also|List of Walt Disney Animation Studios films#Upcoming|List of Pixar films#In production|label 1=Upcoming Walt Disney Animation Studios films|label 2=List of Pixar Films in production}}
  +
{| class="wikitable sortable plainrowheaders"
  +
|+
 
|-
 
|-
| 7 || ''[[Pokémon Heroes]]'' || {{dts|2003|5|16}} || [[The Pokémon Company]]<br />[[Shogakukan]]<br />[[4Kids Entertainment]] || <ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="miramax"/><ref group="note" name="aus-uk"/>
+
|- style="color:black"
  +
! scope="col" |Title
  +
! scope="col" |Intended theatrical release date<br>by [[Walt Disney Pictures]]<!-- Walt Disney Pictures U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->
  +
! scope="col" |Animation Studio<ref group="st" name="WDAS"/>
  +
! scope="col" class="unsortable" |
 
|-
 
|-
| 8 || ''[[Valiant (2005 film)|Valiant]]'' || {{dts|2005|8|19}} || [[Vanguard Animation]] || <ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="cgi">Computer animated</ref>
+
 
|-
 
|-
| 9 || ''{{sortname|The|Wild}}'' || {{dts|2006|4|14}} || [[C.O.R.E.|C.O.R.E. Feature Animation]] || <ref group="note" name="cgi"/><ref group="note" name="worldwide">Released by Disney worldwide</ref>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[The Wind Rises]]''<ref>{{cite web|last=Beck|first=Jerry|title=Miyazaki's The Wind Rises to Play in L.A. on November 8|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-09-05/miyazaki-the-wind-rises-to-play-in-l.a-on-november-8?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=miyazakis-the-wind-rises-to-play-in-l-a-on-november-8|work=Anime News Network|publisher=ANN|accessdate=5 September 2013}}</ref>
  +
| <!-- U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2014|2|21}} {{small|(through [[Touchstone Pictures|Touchstone]] label)}}<ref group="rls">Limited release in the U.S. by Disney through [[Touchstone Pictures]]. Oscar qualification run during November 8–14, 2013.</ref><ref group="sg">Original date of release was {{dts|2013|7|20}}</ref>
  +
| align="center" | Studio Ghibli
  +
| style="background:#109CEB; " | &nbsp;
 
|-
 
|-
| 10 || ''[[Uma Aventura no Tempo]]'' || {{dts|2007|2|16}} || Miravista<br />The Walt Disney Company Latin-America Pvt. Ltd. || <ref group="note" name="cgi"/><ref group="note" name="worldwide"/>
+
! scope="row" | ''[[Planes: Fire & Rescue]]''<ref name="DeadlineDisneyDates">{{cite news|last=Fleming|first=Mike|title=More Disney Release Dates: Two New Marvel Pics, ‘Alexander’, ‘Hundred-Foot Journey’, ‘Into The Woods’, ‘Planes’ Sequel Slotted|url=http://www.deadline.com/2013/06/disney-release-dates-marvel-movies-alexander-into-the-woods-planes-2/|accessdate=June 14, 2013|newspaper=Deadline|date=June 13, 2013}}</ref>
  +
| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2014|7|18}}
  +
| align="center" | DisneyToon Studios
  +
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| 11 || ''[[Roadside Romeo]]'' || {{dts|2008|10|24}} || [[Yash Raj Films]]<br />[[The Walt Disney Company India Pvt. Ltd.]] || <ref group="note" name="cgi"/><ref group="note" name="worldwide"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Big Hero 6 (film)|Big Hero 6]]''<ref name=BigHero6>{{cite web|title=NEWS – OWA: Walt Disney Animation’s "Big Hero 6?|url=http://www.itsonthegrid.com/news/news-owa-walt-disney-animations-big-hero-6/|accessdate=June 29, 2012|work=itsonthegrid.com|publisher=The Wrap News, Inc.|date=June 28, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Breznican|first=Anthony|title=Disney Animation teams up with Marvel for 'Big Hero 6' -- BREAKING|url=http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/06/29/disney-animation-confirms-plans-for-marvels-big-hero-6-breaking/|accessdate=July 21, 2012|newspaper=Entertainment Weekly|date=June 29, 2012}}</ref>
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2014|11|7}}
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| 12 || ''[[Gnomeo & Juliet]]'' || {{dts|2011|2|11}} || [[Rocket Pictures]]<br />[[Starz Animation]]|| <ref group="note" name="us"/><ref group="note" name="cgi"/><ref group="note">Released through Disney's [[Touchstone Pictures]] label</ref>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Inside Out (2015 film)|Inside Out]]''<ref name=CartoonBrew>{{cite news|last=Arrant|first=Chris|title=Pixar Releases Upcoming Film Slate at CinemaCon|url=http://www.cartoonbrew.com/biz/pixar-releases-upcoming-film-slate-at-cinemacon-61756.html|accessdate=May 13, 2012|newspaper=Cartoon Brew|date=April 25, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/up-director-pete-docters-pixar-mind-movie-now-reportedly-titled-the-inside-out-20121204# |title='Up' Director Pete Docter's Pixar Mind Movie Now Reportedly Titled 'The Inside Out' &#124; The Playlist |publisher=Blogs.indiewire.com |date= |accessdate=May 30, 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Sciretta|first=Peter|title=Pete Docter To Direct Pixar Movie Set Inside The Mind (D23 Expo)|url=http://www.slashfilm.com/pixar-pete-docters-movie-mind/|accessdate=February 3, 2012|newspaper=SlashFilm|date=August 20, 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=B. Vary|first=Adam|title=John Lasseter says new Pixar film 'takes place inside of a girl's mind'|url=http://insidemovies.ew.com/2011/12/06/john-lasseter-pixar-pete-docter/|accessdate=February 3, 2012|newspaper=Entertainment Weekly|date=December 6, 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite news| title=Confirmation Post on Facebook Page|url=https://www.facebook.com/DisneyPixar?hc_location=stream |accessdate=April 17, 2013|newspaper=Facebook|date=April 17, 2013}}</ref>
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2015|06|19}}
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| 13 || ''[[Arjun: The Warrior Prince]]'' || {{dts|2012|5|25}} || [[UTV Motion Pictures]]<br />ShowMaker Pictures|| <ref group="note" name="cgi"/><ref group="note" name="worldwide"/>
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! scope="row" | ''[[The Good Dinosaur]]''<ref name=CartoonBrew /><ref>{{cite news|last=Sciretta|first=Peter|title=Pixar Announces Dinosaur Movie for Holiday 2013 (D23 Expo)|url=http://www.slashfilm.com/pixar-announces-dinosaur-movie-holiday-2013-d23-expo/|accessdate=August 21, 2011|newspaper=SlashFilm|date=August 20, 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Disney Animation Schedules Frozen For November 2013|url=http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=85436|accessdate=December 22, 2011|newspaper=ComingSoon|date=December 22, 2011}}</ref>
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2015|11|25}}<ref name=pushback>{{cite web|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/pixars-good-dinosaur-pushed-back-631722 |title=Pixar's 'The Good Dinosaur' Pushed Back Nearly 18 Months After Losing Director |publisher=Hollywoodreporter.com |date=2011-11-17 |accessdate=2013-09-19}}</ref>
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==Partially animated live-action films==
 
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===Disney productions===
 
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! scope="row" | ''[[Zootopia]]''<ref name=Deadline20162018>{{cite news|title=Disney Sets Animation Slate To Infinity And Beyond|url=http://www.deadline.com/2013/05/disney-pixar-animation-movies-release-schedule/|accessdate=June 1, 2013|newspaper=Deadline|date=May 29, 2013}}</ref><ref name=A113Slate>{{cite news|last=Jardine|first=William|title=Tonnes of New Details Revealed About Disney's Upcoming Slate!|url=http://www.a113animation.com/2013/07/new-details-revealed-about-disneys.html|accessdate=July 11, 2013|newspaper=Big Screen Animation|date=July 11, 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Kilday|first=Gregg|title=Pixar vs. Disney Animation: John Lasseter's Tricky Tug-of-War|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/pixar-disney-animation-john-lasseters-661752|accessdate=December 4, 2013|newspaper=The Hollywood Reporter|date=December 4, 2013}}</ref>
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| 1 || ''{{sortname|The|Reluctant Dragon|dab=film}}'' || {{dts|1941|6|20}} || <ref group="note" name="documentary">Documentary film</ref>
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! scope="row" | ''[[Finding Dory]]''<ref name="FN2">{{cite news|last=Kit|first=Borys|title=Andrew Stanton to Direct Pixar's ''Finding Nemo'' Sequel|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/andrew-stanton-pixar-finding-nemo-sequel-350267|accessdate=July 17, 2012|newspaper=The Hollywood Reporter|date=July 17, 2012}}</ref>
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only--> {{dts|2016|6|17}}<ref name=pushback />
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| 2 || ''[[Victory Through Air Power (film)|Victory Through Air Power]]'' || {{dts|1943|7|17}} || <ref group="note" name="documentary"/><ref group="note" name="mostly-animation">Majority of the film animated, but not for purpose of entertainment <!-- kept on this second list because animation not intended to entertain --></ref>
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| 3 || ''[[Song of the South]]'' || {{dts|1946|11|12}} ||
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! scope="row" | <!--Please do not add a title unless a reliable source reveals one.--> Untitled film<ref name="comingsoon1"/>
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2017|6|16}}
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| align="center" | Pixar
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| style="background:#88ACDC; "| &nbsp;
 
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| 4 || ''[[So Dear to My Heart]]'' || {{dts|1948|11|29}} ||
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2017|11|22}}
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| style="background:#88ACDC; "| &nbsp;
 
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| 5 || ''[[Mary Poppins (film)|Mary Poppins]]'' || {{dts|1964|8|27}} ||
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2018|3|9}}
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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| 6 || ''[[Bedknobs and Broomsticks]]'' || {{dts|1971|10|7}} ||
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2018|6|15}}
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| align="center" | Pixar
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| style="background:#88ACDC; "| &nbsp;
 
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| 7 || ''[[Pete's Dragon]]'' || {{dts|1977|11|3}} ||
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| <!-- Original U.S. Theatrical Release Date only-->{{dts|2018|11|21}}
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| align="center" | Walt Disney
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| style="background:#F3632B; " | &nbsp;
 
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|-
| 8 || ''[[Who Framed Roger Rabbit]]'' || {{dts|1988|6|21}} {{small|(premiere)}}<br />June 22, 1988 || <ref group="note" name="touchstone">Released through Disney's [[Touchstone Pictures]] label</ref>
 
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| 9 || ''[[Enchanted (film)|Enchanted]]'' || {{dts|2007|11|21}} ||
 
 
|}
 
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'''Notes:'''
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'''Release Notes'''
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{{notelist}}
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{{Reflist|group=rls}}
   
===Other live-action films containing Disney animation===
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'''Studio/Production Notes'''
The following are live-action films produced by other studios, that contain animation scenes or sequences produced by Walt Disney.
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'''Studio Ghibli films original release dates''':
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==See also==
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{{Portal|Disney|Film in the United States|Cartoon|Anime and manga}}
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{{Wikipedia books|Disney theatrical animated features}}
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* [[List of Disney theatrical feature films]]
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* [[List of Disney animated shorts]]
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* [[List of Disney animated characters]]
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'''Distribution brands'''
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* [[List of Disney home entertainment]]
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* [[Disney Vault]]
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* [[Walt Disney Classics]]
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==References==
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!style="width:15em"| Film
 
!style="width:15em"| Date of original release
 
!style="width:15em"| Produced by
 
!style="width:3em"| Notes
 
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| 1 || ''[[Around the World with Douglas Fairbanks]]'' || {{dts|1931|6|20}} || [[United Artists]] || <ref group="note">Contains a sequence starring Mickey Mouse dancing, also stars [[Douglas Fairbanks]]</ref>
 
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| 2 || ''[[Hollywood Party (1934 film)|Hollywood Party]]'' || {{dts|1934|6|1}}<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.disneyshorts.org/shorts.aspx?shortID=206 |title=Hot Choc'lit Soldiers |work=disneyshorts.org |accessdate=August 4, 2011}}</ref> || [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]] || <ref group="note">Contains an animated sequence introduced by Mickey Mouse entitled "The Hot-Chocolate Soldiers"</ref>
 
|-
 
| 3 || ''[[Servants' Entrance]]'' || {{dts|1934|9|26}} || [[20th Century Fox]] || <ref group="note">Contains a nightmare sequence produced by Walt Disney</ref>
 
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| 4 || ''[[Cri Cri el grillito cantor]]'' || {{dts|1963|12|12}} {{small|(Mexico)}} || Producciones Carlos Amador || <ref group="note">Contains a sequence starring the [[Three Little Pigs (film)|Three Little Pigs]] and the Big Bad Wolf</ref><ref group="note" name="non-usa">Not released theatrically in the United States</ref>
 
|}
 
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.ultimatedisney.com/ultimateclassics.htm UltimateDisney.com - List of All Animated Classics, their DVD availability, and links to Reviews and Pictures]
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* [http://www.disneyanimation.com/studio/history Walt Disney Animation Studios History]
* [http://www.bcdb.com/cartoons/Walt_Disney_Studios/Feature_Films/index.html Big Cartoon DataBase: Disney animated features]
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*[http://homepage.usask.ca/~jjs142/movielist.htm Complete List of Disney's Animated Features (incorporating all Disney subsidiaries)]
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Revision as of 21:51, February 19, 2014

This list of theatrical animated feature films consists of animated films released by The Walt Disney Studios, the film division of The Walt Disney Company.

Currently, the The Walt Disney Studios releases films from Disney-owned and non-Disney owned animation studios. Most films listed below are from Walt Disney Animation Studios which began as the animation division of Walt Disney Productions, producing animated short films since 1923. The studio produced its first feature-length animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937 and as of 2014 has produced a total of 53 feature films.[st 1] Beginning with Toy Story in 1995, The Walt Disney Studios also released animated films by Pixar Animation Studios, which became a wholly owned subsidiary in 2006.[1][2]

Other studio units have also released films theatrically, namely Walt Disney Television Animation (now DisneyToon Studios) and the studio's distribution unit, which acquires film rights from outside animation studios to release films under the Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, or previously owned Miramax film labels.(citation needed) In 1996, The Walt Disney Studios signed a deal with Tokuma Shoten for distribution rights to the theatrical works of Studio Ghibli world-wide (excluding Asia except for Japan and Taiwan and excluding Grave of the Fireflies which was not published by Tokuma), including what then was the most recent film, Princess Mononoke. The deal later grew to include DVD rights and newer Ghibli movies; the English language Disney release of Spirited Away won the 2002 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Studio Ghibli remains wholly independent of Disney and maintains strict creative control over the handling of the foreign language localization Disney produces.[3] All of the theatrical Ghibli back catalog originally included in the deal have since been released to DVD in North America (except Only Yesterday) and several other countries. Other studios globally have released films through Walt Disney Pictures which maintains distribution rights in certain territories.

Films

Released

Title Original theatrical release date
by Walt Disney Pictures
Animation Studio[st 1]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 01937-12-21December 21, 1937 Walt Disney  
Pinocchio 01940-02-07February 7, 1940 Walt Disney  
Fantasia 01940-11-13November 13, 1940 Walt Disney  
Dumbo 01941-10-23October 23, 1941 Walt Disney  
Bambi 01942-08-13August 13, 1942 Walt Disney  
Saludos Amigos 01942-08-24August 24, 1942 Walt Disney  
The Three Caballeros 01944-12-21December 21, 1944 Walt Disney  
Make Mine Music 01946-04-20April 20, 1946 Walt Disney  
Fun and Fancy Free 01947-09-27September 27, 1947 Walt Disney  
Melody Time 01948-05-27May 27, 1948 Walt Disney  
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad 01949-10-05October 5, 1949 Walt Disney  
Cinderella 01950-02-15February 15, 1950 Walt Disney  
Alice in Wonderland 01951-07-26July 26, 1951 Walt Disney  
Peter Pan 01953-02-05February 5, 1953 Walt Disney  
Lady and the Tramp 01955-06-22June 22, 1955 Walt Disney  
Sleeping Beauty 01959-01-29January 29, 1959 Walt Disney  
One Hundred and One Dalmatians 01961-01-25January 25, 1961 Walt Disney  
The Sword in the Stone 01963-12-25December 25, 1963 Walt Disney  
The Jungle Book 01967-10-18October 18, 1967 Walt Disney  
The Aristocats 01970-12-24December 24, 1970 Walt Disney  
Robin Hood 01973-11-08November 8, 1973 Walt Disney  
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 01977-03-11March 11, 1977 Walt Disney  
The Rescuers 01977-06-22June 22, 1977 Walt Disney  
The Fox and the Hound 01981-07-10July 10, 1981 Walt Disney  
The Black Cauldron 01985-07-24July 24, 1985 Walt Disney  
The Great Mouse Detective 01986-07-02July 2, 1986 Walt Disney  
The Brave Little Toaster 01987-07-10July 10, 1987[rls 1] Hyperion Animation[st 2]  
Oliver & Company 01988-11-18November 18, 1988 Walt Disney  
The Little Mermaid 01989-11-17November 17, 1989 Walt Disney  
DuckTales the Movie 01990-08-03August 3, 1990 DisneyToon Studios[st 3]  
The Rescuers Down Under 01990-11-16November 16, 1990 Walt Disney  
Beauty and the Beast 01991-11-22November 22, 1991 Walt Disney  
Aladdin 01992-11-25November 25, 1992 Walt Disney  
The Nightmare Before Christmas 01993-10-29October 29, 1993 (Through Touchstone label) Skellington Productions[st 4][st 5]  
The Lion King 01994-06-15June 15, 1994 Walt Disney  
A Goofy Movie 01995-04-07April 7, 1995 DisneyToon Studios[st 3]  
Pocahontas 01995-06-23June 23, 1995 Walt Disney  
Toy Story 01995-11-22November 22, 1995 Pixar  
James and the Giant Peach 01996-04-12April 12, 1996 Skellington Productions[st 4]  
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 01996-06-21June 21, 1996 Walt Disney  
Hercules 01997-06-27June 27, 1997 Walt Disney  
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars 01998-05-18May 18, 1998[rls 1] Hyperion Animation[st 2]  
Kiki's Delivery Service 01998-05-23May 23, 1998[rls 2][sg 1] Studio Ghibli  
Mulan 01998-06-19June 19, 1998 Walt Disney  
A Bug's Life 01998-11-25November 25, 1998 Pixar  
Doug's 1st Movie 01999-03-26March 26, 1999 DisneyToon Studios[st 3][st 6]  
The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue 01999-05-19May 19, 1999[rls 1] Hyperion Animation[st 2]  
Tarzan 01999-06-18June 18, 1999 Walt Disney  
Princess Mononoke 01999-10-29October 29, 1999[rls 3][sg 2] Studio Ghibli  
Toy Story 2 01999-11-24November 24, 1999 Pixar  
Fantasia 2000 01999-12-17December 17, 1999 Walt Disney  
The Tigger Movie 02000-02-11February 11, 2000 DisneyToon Studios[st 3]  
Dinosaur 02000-05-19May 19, 2000 Walt Disney  
The Emperor's New Groove 02000-12-15December 15, 2000 Walt Disney  
Recess: School's Out 02001-02-16February 16, 2001 Walt Disney Television Animation[st 3]  
Atlantis: The Lost Empire 02001-06-15June 15, 2001 Walt Disney  
Monsters, Inc. 02001-11-02November 2, 2001 Pixar  
Return to Never Land 02002-02-15February 15, 2002 DisneyToon Studios[st 3]  
Lilo & Stitch 02002-06-21June 21, 2002 Walt Disney  
Spirited Away 02002-09-20September 20, 2002[sg 3] Studio Ghibli  
Treasure Planet 02002-11-27November 27, 2002 Walt Disney  
The Jungle Book 2 02003-02-14February 14, 2003 DisneyToon Studios  
Piglet's Big Movie 02003-03-21March 21, 2003 DisneyToon Studios  
The Cat Returns 02003-05-02May 2, 2003[rls 2][sg 4] Studio Ghibli  
Finding Nemo 02003-05-30May 30, 2003 Pixar  
Brother Bear 02003-11-01November 1, 2003 Walt Disney  
Teacher's Pet 02004-01-16January 16, 2004 DisneyToon Studios  
Home on the Range 02004-04-02April 2, 2004 Walt Disney  
The Incredibles 02004-11-05November 5, 2004 Pixar  
Pooh's Heffalump Movie 02005-02-11February 11, 2005 DisneyToon Studios  
Howl's Moving Castle 02005-06-10June 10, 2005[sg 5] Studio Ghibli  
Valiant 02005-08-19August 19, 2005[rls 1] Vanguard Animation  
Chicken Little 02005-11-04November 4, 2005 Walt Disney  
Bambi II 02006-01-26January 26, 2006 (Argentina)[rls 4] DisneyToon Studios  
The Wild 02006-04-14April 14, 2006[rls 5] C.O.R.E.[st 7]  
Cars 02006-06-09June 9, 2006 Pixar  
Uma Aventura no Tempo 02007-02-16February 16, 2007 (Brazil)[rls 5] [st 8]  
Meet the Robinsons 02007-03-30March 30, 2007 Walt Disney  
Ratatouille 02007-06-29June 29, 2007 Pixar  
WALL-E 02008-06-27June 27, 2008 Pixar  
Tinker Bell 02008-09-18September 18, 2008[rls 4] DisneyToon Studios  
Roadside Romeo 02008-10-24October 24, 2008 (India)[rls 5] Yash Raj Films[st 9]  
Bolt 02008-11-28November 28, 2008 Walt Disney  
Up 02009-05-29May 29, 2009 Pixar  
Ponyo 02009-08-14August 14, 2009[sg 6] Studio Ghibli  
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 02009-09-03September 3, 2009 (Argentina)[rls 4] DisneyToon Studios  
A Christmas Carol 02009-11-06November 6, 2009 ImageMovers Digital[st 10]  
The Princess and the Frog 02009-12-11December 11, 2009 Walt Disney  
Toy Story 3 02010-06-18June 18, 2010 Pixar  
Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue 02010-08-13August 13, 2010(UK)[rls 4] DisneyToon Studios  
Tales from Earthsea 02010-08-13August 13, 2010[sg 7] Studio Ghibli  
Tangled 02010-11-24November 24, 2010 Walt Disney  
Gnomeo & Juliet 02011-02-11February 11, 2011 (Through Touchstone label)[rls 1] Starz Animation[rls 6]  
Mars Needs Moms 02011-03-11March 11, 2011 ImageMovers Digital[st 10]  
Cars 2 02011-06-24June 24, 2011 Pixar  
Winnie the Pooh 02011-07-15July 15, 2011 Walt Disney  
The Secret World of Arrietty 02012-02-17February 17, 2012[sg 8] Studio Ghibli  
Arjun: The Warrior Prince 02012-05-25May 25, 2012 (India)[rls 5] UTV Motion Pictures  
Brave 02012-06-22June 22, 2012 Pixar  
Frankenweenie 02012-10-05October 5, 2012[4] Tim Burton[st 4]  
Secret of the Wings 02012-08-31August 31, 2012 Template:Efn DisneyToon Studios  
Wreck-It Ralph 02012-11-02November 2, 2012 Walt Disney  
Monsters University 02013-06-21June 21, 2013 Pixar  
Planes 02013-08-09August 9, 2013 DisneyToon Studios  
Frozen 02013-11-27November 27, 2013 Walt Disney  

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Film Date of original release Produced by Notes
The Thief and the Cobbler (Arabian Knight) 01995-08-25August 25, 1995 Richard Williams Productions [note 1][note 2][note 3]
Manuelita 01999-02-14February 14, 1999 García Ferré Entertainment
Megatrix S.A.U.
[note 1][note 4]
Pokémon 4Ever 02002-10-11October 11, 2002 The Pokémon Company
Shogakukan
4Kids Entertainment
[note 1][note 2][note 5]
Pokémon Heroes 02003-05-16May 16, 2003 The Pokémon Company
Shogakukan
4Kids Entertainment
[note 1][note 2][note 5]
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys 02005-02-15February 15, 2005 The Pokémon Company
Miramax Films

Notes:

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Released by Disney in North America
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Released by Miramax Films which was a subsidiary of Disney at the time of release
  3. Released by Disney in Japan
  4. Released by Disney in Argentina
  5. 5.0 5.1 Released by Disney in Australia and United Kingdom

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Upcoming or in production

Title Intended theatrical release date
by Walt Disney Pictures
Animation Studio[st 1]
The Wind Rises[5] 02014-02-21February 21, 2014 (through Touchstone label)[rls 7][sg 9] Studio Ghibli  
Planes: Fire & Rescue[6] 02014-07-18July 18, 2014 DisneyToon Studios  
Big Hero 6[7][8] 02014-11-07November 7, 2014 Walt Disney  
Inside Out[9][10][11][12][13] 02015-06-19June 19, 2015 Pixar  
The Good Dinosaur[9][14][15] 02015-11-25November 25, 2015[16] Pixar  
Zootopia[17][18][19] 02016-03-04March 4, 2016 Walt Disney  
Finding Dory[20] 02016-06-17June 17, 2016[16] Pixar  
Untitled film[17][18] 02016-11-23November 23, 2016 Walt Disney  
Untitled film[21] 02017-06-16June 16, 2017 Pixar  
Untitled film[21] 02017-11-22November 22, 2017 Pixar  
Untitled film[17][18] 02018-03-09March 9, 2018 Walt Disney  
Untitled film[21] 02018-06-15June 15, 2018 Pixar  
Untitled film[17][18] 02018-11-21November 21, 2018 Walt Disney  

Notes

  1. La Monica, Paul R.. "Disney buys Pixar", CNN, January 24, 2006. 
  2. The Walt Disney Studios Animation. http://www.waltdisneystudios.com/. Retrieved on 2013-10-02.
  3. The Disney-Tokuma Deal //. Nausicaa.net. Retrieved on 2013-08-12.
  4. Fischer, Russ (August 9, 2010). Disney Sets 2012 Release Dates For John Carter of Mars and Frankenweenie. Retrieved on August 4, 2011.
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