This was inspired by Spidey Lover 10's "worst Disney film ever" topic; I basically just flipped the whole thing on its head. Now, a little clarification: in this thread, "animated" refers to not just 2D animation, but also live-action combos like "Mary Poppins" or "Bedknobs and Broomsticks". I'd prefer to keep the 3D stuff for another thread (like the Pixar collaborations), so let's hear it: what are your picks? Here's one of mine... Peter Pan: I recently purchased the Platinum Edition DVD, and it reminded me of how much I love this film, even as an adult. Smee is the perfect brainless henchman, and this picture resulted in one of my Top 2 versions of Captain Hook (Hoffman in "Hook" being the other). As for Peter, Bobby Driscoll did such an excellent job back then; so sad he died of drugs. Kathryn Beaumont (known to Disneyholics as the voice of "Alice") does a great job as Wendy, but I admit my favorite character is probably "Tick-Tock the Croc", as some have called him. For being voiceless, he's still comedic and very memorable. The songs are superb even to this day, and I hadn't heard them in years. The sequel, "Return to Never-Land", clearly tried to honor the classic staple, but nothing can match the original. It's still a tender-hearted family film, and I love it.