list of disney animated movies

List Of Disney Animated Movies

Here is a list of Disney Animated Movies in the order that they were released and who produced them. They were all either released by Disney, Disney-owned studios like Pixar for example, and non-Disney-owned studios. This list does not include the short Mickey and Donald-type cartoons that were also done in between.

I think I have seen most of them with the exception of Cars and Monster University and a couple of the earlier ones like Saludos Amigos and Victory Through Air Power.

I see as we get into the 21st century, the Disney films are coming out fast and furious compared to a hundred years ago, thanks to Technology and all the affiliated studios.

List Of Disney Animated Movies From Oldest To Newest

list of disney animated movies

21st of December 1937 – Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

7th of February 1940 – Pinocchio

13th of November 1940 – Fantasia

20th of June 1941 – The Reluctant Dragon

23rd of October 1941 – Dumbo

13th of August 1942 – Bambi

24th of August 1942 – Saludos Amigos

17th of July 1943 – Victory Through Air Power

21st of December 1944 – The Three Cabelleros

20th of April 1946 – Make Mine Music

20th of November 1946 – Song of the South

27th of September 1947 – Fun and Fancy-Free

27th of May 1948 – Melody Time

29th of November 1948 – So Dear To My Heartlist of disney animated movies

5th of October 1949 – The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad

15th of February 1950 – Cinderella

28th of July 1951 – Alice in Wonderland

5th of February 1953 – Peter Pan

22nd of June 1955 – Lady and The Tramp

29th of January 1959 – Sleeping Beauty

25th of January 1961 – One Hundred And One Dalmations

25th of December 1963 – The Sword In The Stone

27th of August 1964 – Mary Poppins

18th of October 1967 – The Jungle Book

24th of December 1970 – The Aristocats

13th of December 1971 – Bedknobs and Broomstickslist of disney animated movies

8th of November 1973 – Robin Hood

11th of March 1977 – The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

22nd of June 1977 – The Rescuers

3rd of November 1977 – Pete’s Dragon

10th of July 1981 – The Fox and the Hound

26th of July 1985 – The Black Cauldron

2nd of July 1986 – The Great Mouse Detective

22nd of June 1988 – Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Touchstone Pictures and Amblin Entertainment)

18th of November 1988 – Oliver & Company

17th of November 1989 – The Little Mermaid (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

3rd of August 1990 – DuckTales the Movie – Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Disneytoon Studios)

16th of November 1990 – The Rescuers Down Under

22nd of November 1991 – Beauty and the Beast (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

25th of November 1992 – Aladin

29th of October 1993 – The Nightmare Before Christmas (Touchstone Pictures and Skellington Productions)

24th of June 1994 – The Lion King (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

7th of April 1995 – A Goofy Movie (Disneytoon Studios)

23rd of June 1995 – Pocahontas (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

22nd of November 1995 – Toy Story

12th of April 1996 – James and the Giant Peach (Allied Filmmakers and Skellington Productions)

21st of June 1996 – The Hunchback of Notre Dame

27th of June 1997 – Hercules (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

19th of June 1998 – Mulan

25th of November 1998 – A Bug’s Life (Pixar Animation Studios)

26th of March 1999 – Doug’s 1st Movie (Walt Disney Television Animation and Jumbo Pictures)

18th of June 1999 – Tarzan (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

24th of November 1999 – Toy Story 2 (Pixar Animation Studios)

1st of January 2000 – Fantasia 2000 (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

11th of February 2000 – The Tigger Movie (Disneytoon Studios)

19th of May 2000 – Dinosaur (Walt Disney Animation Studios and The Secret Lab

15th of December 2000 – The Emperor’s New Groove (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

16th of February 2001 – Recess: Schools Out (Walt Disney Television Animation and Paul & Jo Productions

15th of June 2001 – Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

2nd of November 2001 – Monsters, Inc. (Pixar Animation Studios)

15th of February 2002 – Return to Never Land (Disneytoon Studios)

21st of June 2002 – Lilo & Stitch

27th of November 2002 – Treasure Planet (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

14th of February 2003 – The Jungle Book 2

21st of March 2003 – Piglet’s Big Movie (Disneytoon Studios)

30th of May 2003 – Finding Nemo (Pixar Animation Studios)

1st of November 2003 – Brother Bear (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

16th of January 2004 – Teacher’s Pet (Walt Disney Television Animation)

2nd of April 2004 – Home on the Range (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

5th of November 2004 – The Incredibles (Pixar Animation Studios)

11th of February 2005 – Pooh’s Heffalump Movie (Disneytoon Studios)

19th of August 2005 – Valiant (Vanguard Animation)

4th of November 2005 – Chicken Little (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

26th of January 2006 – Bambi II (Disneytoon Studios)

14th of April 2006 – The Wild (C.O.R.E Feature Animation)

9th of June 2006 – Cars (Pixar Animation Studios)

30th of March 2007 – Meet the Robinsons (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

29th of June 2007 – Ratatouille (Pixar Animation Studios)

21st of November 2007 – Enchanted (Josephson Entertainment, Andalasia Productions, and Right Coast Productions)

27th of June 2008 – WALL-E (Pixar Animation Studios)

18th of September 2008 – Tinker Bell (Disneytoon Studios)list of Disney movies

24th of October 2008 – Roadside Romeo (Yash Raj Films)

21st of November 2008 – Bolt (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

29th of May 2009 – Up (Pixar Animation Studios)

3rd of September 2009 – Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (Disneytoon Studios)

3rd of November 2009 – A Christmas Carol (ImageMovers Digital)

11th of December 2009 – The Princess and the Frog (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

18th of June 2010 – Toy Story 3 (Pixar Animation Studios)

13th of August 2010 – Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (Disneytoon Studios)

24th of November 2010 – Tangled (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

11th of February 2011 Gnomeo & Juliet (Touchstone Pictures, Starz Animation, and Rocket Pictures)

11th of March 2011 – Mars Needs Moms (ImageMovers Digital)

24th of June 2011 Cars 2 (Pixar Animation Studios)

15th of July 2011 – Winnie the Pooh (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

25th of May 2012 – Arjun: The Warrior Prince (UTV Motion Pictures)

22nd of June 2012 – Brave (Pixar Animation Studios)

16th of August 2012 – Secret of the Wings (DisneyToon Studios)

5th of October 2012 – Frankenweenie (Tim Burton Productions)

2nd of November 2012 – Wreck-It-Ralph (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

21st of June 2013 – Monsters University (Pixar Animation Studios)

9th of August 2013 – Planes (Disneytoon Studios)

27th of November 2013 – Frozen (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

13th of February 2014 – The Pirate Fairy (Disneytoon Studios)

18th of July 2014 – Planes: Fire & Rescue (Disneytoon Studios)

7th of November 2014 – Big Hero 6 (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

23rd of January 2015 – Strange Magic (Touchstone Pictures and Lucasfilm Animation)

3rd of March 2015 – Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (Disneytoon Studios)

19th of June 1015 – Inside Out

25th of November 2015 – The Good Dinosaur (Pixar Animation Studios)

4th of March 2016 – Zootopia (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

17th of June 2016 – Finding Dory (Pixar Animation Studios)

23rd of November 2016 – Moana (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

16th of June 2017 – Cars 3 (Pixar Animation Studios)

22nd of November 2017 – Coco (Pixar Animation Studios)

15th of June 2018 – Incredibles 2 (Pixar Animation Studios)

21st of November 2018 – Ralph Breaks The Internet (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

19th of December 2018 – Mary Poppins Returns (Lucamar Productions and Marc Platt Productions)

21 June 2019 – Toy Story 4 (Pixar Animation Studios)

19 July 2019 – The Lion King (Fairview Entertainment)

22nd of November 2019 – Frozen II (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

25th of December 2019 – Spies in Disguise (20th Century Fox Animation, Blue Sky Studios, and Chernin Entertainment)

6th of March 2020 – Onward

25th of December 2020 – Soul (Pixar Animation Studios)

5th of March 0201 – Raya and the Last Dragon (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

18th of June 2021 – Luca (Pixar Animation Studios)

Please comment below if you see I have left out any on this list of Disney animated movies. Which one was your favorite? I can’t choose, but very close to the top of my list are Frozen I and Tangled.

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