Disney has no age limit. You should definitely ignore anyone who says it does.
You watched lots of Disney films, you’ve seen the programmes and you’ve read the books when you were younger. There’s Dumbo (1941), 101 Dalmatians (1961) and Winnie the Pooh (1924) just to name a few.
The three listed above are definitely in my list of favourites. As there are too many to narrow it down, here are some more:
- Cinderella (1950)
- A Cinderella Story (2004)
- Lilo and Stitch (2002)
- Lilo and Stitch: The Series 2003-2006
- Jungle Book (1967) and I cannot wait for the new adaptation next month
- Snow White (1937)
- Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Of all Disney films, there is still one which I cannot believe that I have not watched the whole way through. You will be disappointed… it’s The Lion King (1994). But I will soon as well as making sure I see the show at the Palace Theatre.
And then there’s music. Disney fans love Disney music.
From Toy Story (1995) to Frozen (2015) there are songs featured in the films, which you just have to sing along to. Or you simply hear the tune of the song in your head on repeat. I for one have my very own Disney album. It’s not sad, it’s fun. It was one of my favourite birthday presents from my 21st birthday last year.
Let’s take a look at some memorable ones:
- Toy Story – You’ve Got a Friend in Me
- Frozen – Let it Go
- The Little Mermaid – Under the Sea
- Aladdin – A Whole New World – speaking of which, who remembers Katie Price and Peter Andre’s version?
- Dumbo – When I See an Elephant Fly
I am sure that you have the ones which are memorable to you in your head too.
Then, there are teddies. I have a love for teddies like you would not even imagine (apart from those who know me of course). My boyfriend did not realise what he was getting himself into at the beginning of our relationship… or maybe he did. Either way, over the past three years, I have gained many teddies.
I tell no lie when I inform you that I have over ten Disney teddies including Nemo, Minnie (obviously, she’s my personal favourite) and Roo. If you don’t know who these characters are, you should.
If you have a niece/nephew/younger cousin or sibling/son/daughter who wants to watch Mickey Mouse’s Clubhouse (2006) then take full advantage. “Oh boy… Hey Pluto!” Oh how Mickey makes us laugh.
Talking of Mickey, his other half is on the pyjamas I’m wearing right now.
Today’s conclusion, I’ve loved Disney since I was three years old, maybe even younger and I still do now. So can you.
Walt Disney, I can’t thank you enough.