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11. HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
A misfit Viking teen (voice of Jay Baruchel) befriends a dragon, despite his tribes tradition of dragon slaying, in this thrilling adaptation of the childrens fantasy book by Cressida Cowell.
12. ALADDIN
This Oscar-winning animation follows street rat Aladdin as he uses three wishes from a genie to become a prince, hoping to make Princess Jasmine fall in love with him.
13. BAMBI
Disneys classic animated tale of life in the forest. It traces the natural cycle of a young deer from birth and adolescence to the birth of his own fawns
14. MARY AND MAX
This delightfully poignant clay-animation film chronicles the pen-pal friendship between misfits Mary and Max (voices of Toni Collette and Philip Seymour Hoffman), whose relationship blossoms despite the barriers of age and distance. Also features the voices of Eric Bana and Bethany Whitmore.
15. HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA
This uproarious animated comedy follows the high jinks that ensue when an ordinary human unwittingly checks in at the Hotel Transylvania during the same time Dracula is busy hosting a monsters-only birthday party for his daughter.
16. TOY STORY
A full-length computer-animated feature which follows the story of a group of toys who fall out with each other when a space ranger threatens the leadership of an old wooden cowboy.
17. DESPICABLE ME
This endearing comic adventure centers on an elite supervillain (voiced by Steve Carell) who attempts to steal the moon from the sky, but the affections of three orphaned girls threaten to undermine his evil machinations. Directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud.
18. CINDERELLA
Disneys classic, with music, about the glass-slippered maiden. Voices... Cinderella: Ilene Woods. Prince Charming: William Phipps. Stepmother: Eleanor Audley. Anastasia: Rhoda Williams. Drizella: Lucille Bliss. Fairy Godmother: Verna Felton. The Oscar-nominated score by Oliver Wallace and Paul J. Smith, including "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" and "So This Is Love."
19. ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Lewis Carrolls classic, with a live Alice (Carol Marsh) and Lou Bunins puppets. Voices... Queen of Hearts: Pamela Brown. Knave of Hearts: Stephen Murray. Cheshire Cat: Felix Aylmer.
20. LADY AND THE TRAMP
One of Disneys most beloved films, it also represents something of a departure for the studio. Whereas previous animated features had tended toward the fantastic fairy tale setting of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs or Alice in Wonderland, Lady and the Tramp is set in a recognizable everyday world, although one where one can understand what animals say to each other.


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