List of Disney theatrical feature films

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This is a list of theatrical feature films produced by Walt Disney Productions and its successor label, Walt Disney Pictures. This list includes animated feature films, live action feature films, documentary films and films in the True-Life Adventures series. The films are listed by year, and color-coded according to the type of film. If Walt Disney Productions did not or will not produce the film and only distributed it, the film will not be included on this list. This list also does not include films labeled, produced or distributed by other Disney imprints or subsidiaries, and does not include any direct-to-video releases, theatrical re-releases, or films originally released by other studios that were then subsequently purchased by Disney. This list is not for films produced by Disneynature, Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Miramax Films, or Studio Ghibli.



Film NameUS ReleaseBased on
 Snow White and the Seven DwarfsDecember 21, 1937Snow White by the Brothers Grimm


Film NameUS ReleaseBased on
 PinocchioFebruary 7, 1940The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi
 FantasiaNovember 13, 1940
 The Reluctant DragonJune 20, 1941The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Grahame
 DumboOctober 23, 1941Dumbo, the Flying Elephant by Helen Aberson
 BambiAugust 13, 1942Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Felix Salten
 Saludos AmigosFebruary 6, 1943
 Victory Through Air PowerJuly 17, 1943Victory Through Air Power by Alexander P. de Seversky
 The Three CaballerosFebruary 3, 1945
 Make Mine MusicAugust 15, 1946
 Song of the SouthNovember 12, 1946Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris
 Fun and Fancy FreeSeptember 27, 1947
 Melody TimeMay 27, 1948
 So Dear to My HeartJanuary 19, 1949Midnight and Jeremiah by Sterling North
 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. ToadOctober 5, 1949The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving


Film NameUS ReleaseBased on
 CinderellaFebruary 15, 1950Cinderella by Charles Perrault
 Treasure IslandJuly 29, 1950Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
 Alice in WonderlandJuly 28, 1951Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll
 The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie MenJune 26, 1952folk hero Robin Hood
 Peter PanFebruary 5, 1953Peter and Wendy by J. M. Barrie
 The Sword and the RoseJuly 23, 1953When Knighthood Was in Flower by Charles Major
 The Living DesertNovember 10, 1953
 Rob Roy, the Highland RogueFebruary 27, 1954Rob Roy by Walter Scott

final Disney film released thru RKO Radio Pictures

 The Vanishing PrairieAugust 16, 1954
 20,000 Leagues Under the SeaDecember 23, 1954Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne
 Davy Crockett, King of the Wild FrontierMay 25, 1955life of David Crockett
 Lady and the TrampJune 22, 1955"Happy Dan, The Whistling Dog" by Ward Greene.
 The African LionSeptember 14, 1955
 The Littlest OutlawDecember 22, 1955
 The Great Locomotive ChaseJune 8, 19561862 military raid
 Davy Crockett and the River PiratesJuly 18, 1956life of David Crockett
 Secrets of LifeNovember 6, 1956
 Westward Ho, the Wagons!December 20, 1956Children of the Covered Wagon by Mary Jane Carr
 Johnny TremainJune 19, 1957Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes
 PerriAugust 28, 1957Perri by Felix Salten
 Old YellerDecember 25, 1957Old Yeller by Fred Gipson
 The Light in the ForestJuly 8, 1958The Light in the Forest by Conrad Richter
 White WildernessAugust 12, 1958
 TonkaDecember 25, 1958
 Sleeping BeautyJanuary 29, 1959Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault
 The Shaggy DogMarch 19, 1959The Hound of Florence by Felix Salten
 Darby O'Gill and the Little PeopleJune 26, 1959stories by Herminie Templeton Kavanagh
 Third Man on the MountainNovember 10, 1959Banner in the Sky by James Ramsey Ullman
 Jungle CatDecember 16, 1959


Film NameUS ReleaseBased on
 Toby TylerJanuary 21, 1960Toby Tyler; or, Ten Weeks with a Circus by James Otis Kaler
 KidnappedFebruary 24, 1960Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson
 PollyannaMay 19, 1960Pollyanna by Eleanor Porter
 The Sign of ZorroJune 11, 1960Zorro stories by Johnston McCulley
 Ten Who DaredNovember 1, 1960
 Swiss Family RobinsonDecember 21, 1960The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss
 One Hundred and One DalmatiansJanuary 25, 1961The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith
 The Absent-Minded ProfessorMarch 16, 1961A Situation of Gravity by Samuel W. Taylor
 The Parent TrapJune 21, 1961Lottie and Lisa by Erich Kästner
 Nikki, Wild Dog of the NorthJuly 12, 1961
 Greyfriars BobbyJuly 17, 1961
 Babes in ToylandDecember 14, 1961Babes in Toyland operetta by Victor Herbert
 Moon PilotApril 5, 1962Starfire by Robert Buckner
 Bon Voyage!May 17, 1962
 Big RedJune 6, 1962Big Red by Jim Kjelgaard
 Almost AngelsSeptember 26, 1962
 The Legend of LoboNovember 7, 1962The Legend of Lobo by Ernest Thompson Seton
 In Search of the CastawaysDecember 21, 1962In Search of the Castaways by Jules Verne
 Son of FlubberJanuary 16, 1963
 Miracle of the White StallionsMarch 29, 1963The White Stallions of Vienna by Alois Podhajsky
 Savage SamJune 1, 1963Savage Sam by Fred Gipson
 Summer MagicJuly 7, 1963Mother Carey's Chickens by Kate Douglas Wiggin
 The Incredible JourneyNovember 20, 1963The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford
 The Sword in the StoneDecember 25, 1963The Sword in the Stone by T. H. White
 A Tiger WalksMarch 12, 1964A Tiger Walks by Ian Niall
 The Misadventures of Merlin JonesMarch 25, 1964
 The Three Lives of ThomasinaJune 4, 1964Thomasina, the Cat Who Thought She Was God by Paul Gallico
 The Moon-SpinnersJuly 8, 1964The Moon-Spinners by Mary Stewart
 Mary PoppinsAugust 29, 1964Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture.
 Emil and the DetectivesDecember 18, 1964Emil and the Detectives by Erich Kästner
 Those CallowaysJanuary 28, 1965Swiftwater by Paul Annixter
 The Monkey's UncleAugust 18, 1965
 That Darn Cat!December 2, 1965Undercover Cat by the Gordons
 The Ugly DachshundFebruary 16, 1966The Ugly Dachshund by Gladys Bronwyn Stern
 Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.July 29, 1966Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
 The Fighting Prince of DonegalOctober 1, 1966Red Hugh: Prince of Donegal by Robert T. Reilly
 Follow Me, Boys!December 1, 1966God and My Country by MacKinlay Kantor
 Monkeys, Go Home!February 8, 1967
 The Adventures of Bullwhip GriffinMarch 8, 1967By the Great Horn Spoon by Sid Fleischman
 The Gnome-MobileJuly 19, 1967The Gnomobile by Upton Sinclair
 The Jungle BookOctober 18, 1967The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
last film produced by Walt Disney
 Charlie, the Lonesome CougarOctober 18, 1967
 The Happiest MillionaireNovember 30, 1967My Philadelphia Father by Cornelia Drexel Biddle
 Blackbeard's GhostFebruary 8, 1968Blackbeard's Ghost by Ben Stahl
 The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family BandMarch 21, 1968The Family Band: From the Missouri to the Black Hills, 1881-1900 by Laura Bower Van Nuys
 Never A Dull MomentJune 26, 1968Jack Albany novels by John Godey
 The Horse in the Gray Flannel SuitDecember 20, 1968The Year of the Horse by Eric S. Hatch
 The Love BugDecember 24, 1968Car, Boy, Girl by Gordon Buford
 Smith!March 21, 1969Breaking Smith's Quarter Horse by Paul St. Pierre
 RascalJune 11, 1969Rascal by Sterling North
 The Computer Wore Tennis ShoesDecember 31, 1969


Film NameUS ReleaseBased on
 King of the GrizzliesFebruary 11, 1970
 The BoatniksJuly 1, 1970
 The Wild CountryDecember 15, 1970
 The AristocatsDecember 24, 1970
 The Barefoot ExecutiveMarch 17, 1971
 Scandalous JohnJune 22, 1971
 The Million Dollar DuckJune 30, 1971
 Bedknobs and BroomsticksDecember 13, 1971The Magic Bed Knob; or, How to Become a Witch in Ten Easy Lessons and Bonfires and Broomsticks by Mary Norton
 The Biscuit EaterMarch 22, 1972The Biscuit Eater by James H. Street
 Now You See Him, Now You Don'tJuly 12, 1972
 Napoleon and SamanthaJuly 19, 1972
 Run, Cougar, RunOctober 18, 1972
 Chandar, the Black Leopard of CeylonNovember 26, 1972
 Snowball ExpressDecember 22, 1972Chateau Bon Vivant by Frankie and John O'Rear
 The World's Greatest AthleteFebruary 14, 1973
 Charley and the AngelMarch 23, 1973The Golden Evenings of Summer by Will Stanton
 One Little IndianJune 20, 1973
 MustangOctober 7, 1973
 Robin HoodNovember 8, 1973folk hero Robin Hood
 SuperdadDecember 14, 1973
 Herbie Rides AgainJune 6, 1974
 The Bears and IJuly 31, 1974
 Castaway CowboyAugust 1, 1974
 The Island at the Top of the WorldDecember 20, 1974The Lost Ones by Donald G. Payne
 The Strongest Man in the WorldFebruary 6, 1975
 Escape to Witch MountainMarch 21, 1975Escape to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key
 The Apple Dumpling GangJuly 1, 1975The Apple Dumpling Gang by Jack Bickham
 One of Our Dinosaurs Is MissingJuly 9, 1975The Great Dinosaur Robbery by David Forrest (pseudonym)
 The Boy Who Talked to BadgersSeptember 14, 1975
 Ride a Wild PonyDecember 25, 1975Ride a Wild Pony by Don Chaffey
 No Deposit, No ReturnFebruary 5, 1976
 Treasure of MatecumbeJuly 1, 1976Treasure of Matecumbe by Robert Lewis Taylor
 GusJuly 7, 1976
 The Shaggy D.A.December 17, 1976The Hound of Florence by Felix Salten
 Freaky FridayDecember 17, 1976Freaky Friday by Mary Rodgers
 Escape from the DarkMarch 11, 1977
 The Many Adventures of Winnie the PoohMarch 11, 1977Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner by A.A. Milne
 A Tale of Two CrittersJune 22, 1977
 The RescuersJune 22, 1977"The Rescuers" series novels by Margery Sharp
 Herbie Goes to Monte CarloJune 24, 1977
 Pete's DragonNovember 3, 1977"Pete's Dragon" by Seton I. Miller
 CandleshoeDecember 16, 1977Christmas at Candleshoe by Michael Innes
 Return from Witch MountainMarch 10, 1978Escape to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key
 The Cat from Outer SpaceJune 9, 1978
 Hot Lead and Cold FeetJuly 5, 1978
 The North Avenue IrregularsFebruary 9, 1979
 The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides AgainJune 27, 1979
 Unidentified Flying OddballJuly 26, 1979A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain
 The Black HoleDecember 21, 1979


Film NameUS ReleaseCo-production withBased on
 Midnight MadnessFebruary 8, 1980
 The Watcher in the WoodsApril 17, 1980A Watcher in the Woods by Florence Engal Randall
 Herbie Goes BananasJune 25, 1980
 The Last Flight of Noah's ArkJune 25, 1980
 PopeyeDecember 12, 1980Paramount PicturesPopeye by E. C. Segar
 The Devil and Max DevlinMarch 6, 1981
 AmyMarch 20, 1981
 DragonslayerJune 26, 1981Paramount Pictures
 The Fox and the HoundJuly 10, 1981Walt Disney Feature AnimationThe Fox and the Hound by Daniel P. Mannix
 CondormanAugust 7, 1981The Game of X by Robert Sheckley
 Night CrossingFebruary 5, 19821979 hot-air balloon crossing of the Berlin Wall
 TronJuly 9, 1982Lisberger Studios
 TexJuly 30, 1982Tex by S. E. Hinton
 TrenchcoatMarch 11, 1983
 Something Wicked This Way ComesApril 29, 1983Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
 Never Cry WolfOctober 7, 1983Never Cry Wolf by Farley Mowat
 Running BraveNovember 4, 1983Distributor onlylife of Billy Mills
 Return to OzJune 21, 1985Silver Screen Partners IIOz books by L. Frank Baum
 The Black CauldronJuly 24, 1985Silver Screen Partners II and Walt Disney Feature AnimationThe Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander
 The Journey of Natty GannSeptember 27, 1985Silver Screen Partners II
 One Magic ChristmasNovember 22, 1985Silver Screen Partners II
 The Great Mouse DetectiveJuly 2, 1986Silver Screen Partners II and Walt Disney Feature AnimationBasil of Baker Street by Eve Titus
 Flight of the NavigatorJuly 30, 1986Producers Sales Organization
 Benji the HuntedJune 17, 1987Silver Screen Partners III and Mulberry Square Productions
 Return to Snowy RiverApril 15, 1988Silver Screen Partners III
 Oliver & CompanyNovember 18, 1988Silver Screen Partners III and Walt Disney Feature AnimationOliver Twist by Charles Dickens
 Honey, I Shrunk the KidsJune 23, 1989Silver Screen Partners III
 CheetahAugust 18, 1989Silver Screen Partners III
 The Little MermaidNovember 17, 1989Silver Screen Partners IV and Walt Disney Feature AnimationThe Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen


Film NameUS ReleaseCo-production withBased on
 DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost LampAugust 3, 1990Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Feature Animation AustraliaDuckTales TV series
 The Rescuers Down UnderNovember 16, 1990Silver Screen Partners IV and Walt Disney Feature Animation
 White FangJanuary 18, 1991Silver Screen Partners IVWhite Fang by Jack London
 ShipwreckedMarch 1, 1991Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
 Wild Hearts Can't Be BrokenMay 24, 1991Silver Screen Partners IVA Girl and Five Brave Horses by Sonora Webster Carver
 The RocketeerJune 21, 1991Touchstone Pictures and Silver Screen Partners IVThe Rocketeer comic by Dave Stevens
 Beauty and the BeastNovember 22, 1991Silver Screen Partners IV and Walt Disney Feature AnimationBeauty and the Beast by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve
nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
 NewsiesApril 10, 1992Touchwood Pacific PartnersNewsboys Strike of 1899
 Honey, I Blew Up the KidJuly 17, 1992Touchwood Pacific Partners
 The Mighty DucksOctober 2, 1992Touchwood Pacific Partners and Avnet–Kerner Productions
 AladdinNovember 25, 1992Walt Disney Feature Animation"Aladdin" by Antoine Galland
 The Muppet Christmas CarolDecember 11, 1992Jim Henson ProductionsA Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
 Homeward Bound: The Incredible JourneyFebruary 3, 1993Touchwood Pacific PartnersThe Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford
 A Far Off PlaceMarch 12, 1993Amblin Entertainment and Touchwood Pacific Partners
 The Adventures of Huck FinnApril 2, 1993Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
 Hocus PocusJuly 16, 1993
 Cool RunningsOctober 1, 1993bobsleigh at the 1988 Winter Olympics
 The Three MusketeersNovember 12, 1993Caravan PicturesThe Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
 Iron WillJanuary 14, 19941918 Winnipeg-St. Paul sled dog race
 Blank CheckFebruary 11, 1994
 D2: The Mighty DucksMarch 25, 1994Avnet–Kerner Productions
 White Fang 2: Myth of the White WolfApril 15, 1994
 The Lion KingJune 24, 1994Walt Disney Feature AnimationHamlet by William Shakespeare and the legend of Sundiata Keita, the Lion King of Mali and Kimba the White Lion
 Angels in the OutfieldJuly 15, 1994Caravan Pictures
 Squanto: A Warrior's TaleOctober 28, 1994life of Squanto
 The Santa ClauseNovember 11, 1994Hollywood Pictures
 Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle BookDecember 25, 1994The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
 HeavyweightsFebruary 17, 1995Caravan Pictures
 Man of the HouseMarch 3, 1995
 Tall TaleMarch 24, 1995Caravan Pictures
 A Goofy MovieApril 7, 1995Disney MovieToonsGoof Troop TV series
 PocahontasJune 23, 1995Walt Disney Feature Animationlife of Pocahontas
 Operation Dumbo DropJuly 28, 1995Polygram Filmed Entertainment
 A Kid in King Arthur's CourtAugust 11, 1995Trimark Pictures
 The Big GreenSeptember 29, 1995Caravan Pictures
 Frank and OllieOctober 20, 1995lives of Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston
 Toy Story[1]November 22, 1995Pixar Animation Studios
 Tom and HuckDecember 22, 1995Painted Fence ProductionsThe Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
 Muppet Treasure IslandFebruary 16, 1996Jim Henson ProductionsTreasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
 Homeward Bound II: Lost in San FranciscoMarch 8, 1996
 James and the Giant PeachApril 12, 1996Allied Filmmakers, Skellington Productions, and Guild Film DistributionJames and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl
 The Hunchback of Notre DameJune 21, 1996Walt Disney Feature AnimationThe Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo
 First KidAugust 30, 1996Caravan Pictures
 D3: The Mighty DucksOctober 4, 1996Avnet–Kerner Productions
 101 DalmatiansNovember 27, 1996Great OaksThe Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith
 That Darn CatFebruary 14, 1997Undercover Cat by the Gordons
 Jungle 2 JungleMarch 7, 1997TF1
 HerculesJune 27, 1997Walt Disney Feature AnimationMythology of Hercules
 George of the JungleJuly 16, 1997Mandeville FilmsGeorge of the Jungle TV series
 RocketManOctober 10, 1997Caravan Pictures
 FlubberNovember 26, 1997Great Oaks
 Mr. MagooDecember 25, 1997Mr. Magoo character by United Productions of America
 Meet the DeedlesMarch 27, 1998
 MulanJune 19, 1998Walt Disney Feature Animationlegend of Hua Mulan
 The Parent TrapJuly 29, 1998Lottie and Lisa by Erich Kästner
 I'll Be Home for ChristmasNovember 13, 1998Mandeville Films
 A Bug's LifeNovember 25, 1998Pixar Animation StudiosSeven Samurai
 Mighty Joe YoungDecember 25, 1998RKO Radio Pictures
 My Favorite MartianFebruary 12, 1999My Favorite Martian TV series
 Doug's 1st MovieMarch 26, 1999DisneyToon Studios and Jumbo PicturesDoug TV series
 EnduranceMay 14, 1999life of Haile Gebrselassie
 TarzanJune 18, 1999Walt Disney Feature AnimationTarzan books by Edgar Rice Burroughs
 Inspector GadgetJuly 23, 1999Caravan PicturesInspector Gadget TV series
 The Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks StoryOctober 8, 1999
 The Straight StoryOctober 15, 1999FilmFour and StudioCanal
 Toy Story 2[1]November 24, 1999Pixar Animation Studios
 Fantasia 2000December 17, 1999 (premiere)
January 1, 2000 (IMAX release)
Walt Disney Feature Animation


Film NameUS ReleaseCo-production withBased on
 The Tigger MovieFebruary 11, 2000DisneyToon Studios
 DinosaurMay 19, 2000Walt Disney Feature Animation
 The KidJuly 7, 2000
 Remember the TitansSeptember 29, 2000Jerry Bruckheimer Filmsevents at T. C. Williams High School
 Whispers: An Elephant's TaleOctober 13, 2000
 102 DalmatiansNovember 22, 2000
 The Emperor's New GrooveDecember 15, 2000Walt Disney Feature Animation
 Recess: School's OutFebruary 16, 2001DisneyToon StudiosRecess by Paul Germain and Joe Ansolabehere
 Atlantis: The Lost EmpireJune 15, 2001Walt Disney Feature Animationlegend of Atlantis
 The Princess DiariesAugust 3, 2001The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
 Max Keeble's Big MoveOctober 5, 2001
 Monsters, Inc.November 2, 2001Pixar Animation Studiosnominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
 Snow DogsJanuary 18, 2002The Kerner Entertainment Company
 Return to Never LandFebruary 15, 2002DisneyToon Studios
 The RookieMarch 29, 2002life of Jim Morris
 Lilo & StitchJune 21, 2002Walt Disney Feature Animationnominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
 The Country BearsJuly 26, 2002Gunn FilmsCountry Bear Jamboree park attraction
 Tuck EverlastingOctober 11, 2002Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
 The Santa Clause 2November 1, 2002Boxing Cat Films
 Treasure PlanetNovember 27, 2002Walt Disney Feature AnimationTreasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
nominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
 The Jungle Book 2February 14, 2003DisneyToon Studios
 Piglet's Big MovieMarch 21, 2003DisneyToon Studios
 Ghosts of the AbyssI3DApril 11, 2003Walden Media
 HolesApril 18, 2003Walden MediaHoles by Louis Sachar
 The Lizzie McGuire MovieMay 2, 2003Lizzie McGuire by Terri Minsky
 Finding NemoMay 30, 2003Pixar Animation StudiosAcademy Award for Best Animated Feature
 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black PearlJuly 9, 2003Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsWalt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean
 Freaky FridayAugust 6, 2003Gunn FilmsFreaky Friday by Mary Rodgers
 Brother BearNovember 1, 2003Walt Disney Feature Animationnominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
 The Haunted MansionNovember 26, 2003Gunn FilmsHaunted Mansion park attraction
 The Young Black StallionDecember 25, 2003The Kennedy/Marshall CompanyThe Young Black Stallion by Steven Farley
 Teacher's PetJanuary 16, 2004DisneyToon StudiosTeacher's Pet by Gary Baseman
 MiracleFebruary 6, 2004US hockey victory at 1980 Winter Olympics
 Confessions of a Teenage Drama QueenFebruary 20, 2004
 Home on the RangeApril 2, 2004Walt Disney Feature Animation
 Sacred PlanetApril 22, 2004
 Around the World in 80 DaysJune 16, 2004Walden MediaAround the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne
 America's Heart and SoulJuly 2, 2004Blacklight Films
 The Princess Diaries 2: Royal EngagementAugust 11, 2004The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
 The IncrediblesNovember 5, 2004Pixar Animation StudiosAcademy Award for Best Animated Feature
 National TreasureNovember 19, 2004Jerry Bruckheimer Films
 Aliens of the DeepJanuary 28, 2005Walden Media
 Pooh's Heffalump MovieFebruary 11, 2005DisneyToon Studios
 The PacifierMarch 4, 2005Spyglass Entertainment
 Ice PrincessMarch 18, 2005Bridget Johnson Films & Skate Away Productions
 Herbie: Fully LoadedJune 22, 2005
 Sky HighJuly 29, 2005Gunn Films
 The Greatest Game Ever PlayedSeptember 30, 2005Francis Ouimet
 Chicken Little2D3DNovember 4, 2005Walt Disney Feature AnimationHenny Penny fable
 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeDecember 9, 2005Walden MediaThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
 Glory RoadJanuary 13, 2006Jerry Bruckheimer Films
 Roving MarsJanuary 27, 2006
 Eight BelowFebruary 17, 2006Spyglass Entertainment and Mandeville Films
 The Shaggy DogMarch 10, 2006Mandeville Films
 The WildApril 14, 2006C.O.R.E. Feature Animation, Hoytyboy Pictures Contrafilm
 CarsJune 9, 2006Pixar Animation Studiosnominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's ChestJuly 7, 2006Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsWalt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean
 InvincibleAugust 25, 2006Mayhem Pictures
 The Nightmare Before Christmas 3-D (re-release)October 27, 2006Skellington Productions"The Nightmare Before Christmas" by Tim Burton
 The Santa Clause 3: The Escape ClauseNovember 3, 2006Outlaw Productions & Boxing Cat Productions
 Bridge to TerabithiaFebruary 16, 2007Walden MediaBridge to Terabithia By Katherine Paterson
 Meet the Robinsons2D3DMarch 30, 2007Walt Disney Animation StudiosA Day with Wilbur Robinson by William Joyce
 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's EndMay 25, 2007Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsWalt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean
 RatatouilleJune 29, 2007Pixar Animation StudiosAcademy Award for Best Animated Feature
 UnderdogAugust 3, 2007Spyglass Entertainment and Classic Media
 The Game PlanSeptember 28, 2007
 EnchantedNovember 21, 2007Right Coast Entertainment and Josephson Entertainment
 National Treasure: Book of SecretsDecember 21, 2007Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsAssassination of Abraham Lincoln
 Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert3DFebruary 1, 2008PACE
 College Road TripMarch 7, 2008Gunn Films
 The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince CaspianMay 16, 2008Walden MediaPrince Caspian by C.S. Lewis
 WALL-EJune 27, 2008Pixar Animation StudiosAcademy Award for Best Animated Feature
 Beverly Hills ChihuahuaOctober 3, 2008Mandeville Films
 Morning LightOctober 17, 200844th Transpacific Yacht Race
 High School Musical 3: Senior YearOctober 24, 2008Borden and Rosenbush Entertainment
 Roadside RomeoOctober 24, 2008Yash Raj Films, Walt Disney International India
 Hexe Lilli: Der Drache und das magische BuchNovember 10, 2008Babelsberg Film
 Bolt2D3DNovember 21, 2008Walt Disney Animation Studiosnominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
 Bedtime StoriesDecember 25, 2008Gunn Films and Happy Madison
 Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience3D, I3DFebruary 27, 2009Jonas Films
 Race to Witch MountainMarch 13, 2009Gunn FilmsEscape to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key
 Hannah Montana: The MovieApril 10, 2009It's a Laugh Productions and Millar Gough Ink
 The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' StoryMay 22, 2009Crescendo Productions, Red Hour Films, and Traveling Light
 Up2D3DMay 29, 2009Pixar Animation StudiosAcademy Award for Best Animated Feature
nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
 G-Force2D3DJuly 24, 2009Jerry Bruckheimer Films
 Walt & El GrupoSeptember 9, 2009Theodore Thomas Productions
 A Christmas Carol2D3D, I3DNovember 6, 2009ImageMovers DigitalA Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
 Old DogsNovember 25, 2009Tapestry Films
 The Princess and the FrogDecember 11, 2009Walt Disney Animation StudiosThe Frog Princess by E. D. Baker and The Frog Prince
nominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature


Film NameUS ReleaseCo-production withBased on
 Alice in Wonderland2D3D, I3DMarch 5, 2010The Zanuck Company and Roth FilmsAlice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll
 Waking Sleeping BeautyMarch 26, 2010Stone Circle Pictures
 Prince of Persia: The Sands of TimeMay 28, 2010Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsPrince of Persia by Jordan Mechner
 Toy Story 32D3D, I3DJune 18, 2010Pixar Animation StudiosAcademy Award for Best Animated Feature
nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
 The Sorcerer's ApprenticeJuly 14, 2010Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsThe Sorcerer's Apprentice by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and the segment in Fantasia
 SecretariatOctober 8, 2010Mayhem PicturesSecretariat: The Making of a Champion by William Nack
 Do Dooni ChaarOctober 8, 2010Planman Motion Pictures
Walt Disney International India and Disney World Cinema
 Tangled2D3DNovember 24, 2010Walt Disney Animation StudiosRapunzel by the Brothers Grimm
 Tron: Legacy2D3D, I3DDecember 17, 2010Lisberger Studios, LivePlanet and Sean Bailey Productions
 Anaganaga O DheeruduJanuary 21, 2011A Bellyful of Dreams Entertainment
Walt Disney International India and Disney World Cinema
 Mars Needs Moms2D3D, I3DMarch 11, 2011ImageMovers DigitalMars Needs Moms! by Berkeley Breathed
 ZokkomonApril 22, 2011Walt Disney International India and Disney World Cinema
 PromApril 29, 2011
 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides2D3D, I3DMay 20, 2011Jerry Bruckheimer FilmsWalt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean
On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers
 Cars 22D3D, I3DJune 24, 2011Pixar Animation Studios
 Winnie the PoohJuly 15, 2011Walt Disney Animation StudiosWinnie-the-Pooh books by A. A. Milne
 The MuppetsNovember 23, 2011The Muppets StudioDisney's Muppet properties and characters originally created by Jim Henson
 John Carter2D3D, I3DMarch 9, 2012A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
 The Avengers2D3D, I3DMay 4, 2012Marvel StudiosThe Avengers by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby
 Brave2D3DJune 22, 2012Pixar Animation Studios
 The Odd Life of Timothy GreenAugust 15, 2012Scott Sanders Productions and Monsterfoot Productions

Future releases

YearFilm nameCo-production withBased on
 2012Frankenweenie2D3D, I3D[2][3]Tim Burton Animation Co.Frankenweenie short by Tim Burton
 Wreck-It Ralph2D3D[4]Walt Disney Animation Studios
 2013Oz: The Great and Powerful2D3D, I3D[5][6]Roth FilmsThe Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
 Iron Man 32D3D, I3DMarvel StudiosIron Man character by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Don Heck, and Jack Kirby
 Monsters University2D3D, I3D[7]Pixar Animation Studios
 The Lone Ranger[8]Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Classic MediaLone Ranger character by George W. Trendle or Fran Striker
 Phineas and Ferb: Hello Summer, Goodbye School2D3D, I3DDisneyToon Studios and Mandeville FilmsPhineas and Ferb by Dan Povenmire and Jeff Marsh
 Thor: The Dark World2D3D, I3DMarvel StudiosThor character by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, and Jack Kirby
 Frozen[9]Walt Disney Animation StudiosThe Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen
 Untitled Muppets Movie[10][11]Jim Henson Pictures and The Muppets StudioDisney's Muppet properties and characters originally created by Jim Henson
 Saving Mr. Banks[12][13][14]BBC FilmsConflict between Walt Disney and P.L. Travers over the film rights for Mary Poppins.
 2014Maleficent[15][16]Roth FilmsMaleficent character by Marc Davis
 Captain America: The Winter Soldier2D3D, I3D[17][18][19][20]Marvel StudiosCaptain America character by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
 The Good Dinosaur2D3D, I3D[21][22][23]Pixar Animation Studios
 Guardians of the GalaxyMarvel StudiosGuardians of the Galaxy characters by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning[24]
 Big Hero 6[25]Walt Disney Animation Studios and Marvel StudiosBig Hero 6 character by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau
 2015The Avengers 22D3D, I3D[26]Marvel StudiosThe Avengers by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby
 The Untitled Pixar Movie That Takes You Inside The Mind[27]Pixar Animation Studios
 The Untitled Pixar Movie About Día de los Muertos[28]Pixar Animation Studios and Marvel Studios
 2016Finding Nemo 2[29][30]Pixar Animation Studios
 TBAAnt-Man[31]Marvel StudiosAnt-Man character by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby
 King of the Elves[1]Walt Disney Animation StudiosThe King of the Elves by Philip K. Dick
 Mickey Mouse[32]Walt Disney Animation StudiosMickey Mouse character by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks
 1906[33]Warner Bros.1906 by James Dalessandro


See also

Further reading


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