Which cartoon movies do you love the most?

Here’s a look at some of the most popular cartoon movies ever made.

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Aladdin and the Seven Dwarfs Aladdin (1989) A modern day tale of magic and adventure with a magical princess, who must save her kingdom from a dragon, and a nefarious sorcerer.

It was a hit for the BBC, making more than 50 million British viewers happy.

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Toy Story (1993) It was the first animated film to reach a million Australian viewers, and its success spawned a huge franchise of sequels.

The second film was released in 2008, but it hasn’t had the same longevity as its predecessor.

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Pocahontas (1999) A popular animated feature film about Pocahoyas (the Pocahoean Indians) who are enslaved by a king in search of a lost treasure.

It won three Oscars and was nominated for five.

4.

Beauty and the Beast (1992) The story of the adventures of Belle and her friends as they go on a quest for the Beauty and The Beast.

It has become a cult classic, which continues to this day.

5.

Frozen (2014) Frozen is a movie about a young girl who gets stuck on the icy kingdom of Arendelle and her sister, Elsa, who gets kidnapped by the evil queen.

It is a Disney classic.

6.

Beauty & The Beast (1994) The original Disney animated film about a princess who falls in love with her prince.

It became a worldwide hit and became the first Disney movie to win multiple Academy Awards.

7.

Cars (1976) It’s a classic movie with an iconic soundtrack that’s popular to this date.

8.

Finding Nemo (1997) A children’s film about Nemo, the giant octopus who saves the world from a sea monster.

It also won an Academy Award for best animated feature.

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Finding Dory (2011) Dory is a young octopus whose mother has gone missing, and she must go out and find her to save the world.

10.

Inside Out (2014/15) A cute animated feature which follows the journey of a boy and his sister, Lilly and her dog, Riley.

It went on to win the Oscar for best Pixar film.

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Toyama (1997-2000) The most popular animated movie of all time and a cult hit, this feature was based on the manga of the same name.

It’s also one of the few Japanese films to be nominated for a Best Animated Feature Oscar.

12.

Cars 2 (2005) It won the Academy Award.

13.

Finding Neverland (1993-1994) A story about a boy who must find a magical island that will save his family from a mysterious creature.

It made the shortlist for the Academy Awards, and was one of only two films to win Best Animated Short Film in 1995.

14.

Cars 3 (2005-2006) The sequel to Cars 2, Cars 3 was based off the novel The Toy Story.

15.

Finding Teddy Bear (2010) The tale of a young boy who has lost his parents, who have disappeared.

He must reunite with his family to find them, but his mother is missing.

16.

The Lion King (1994-1996) This was the most successful animated film in history and also one the biggest hit for Disney.

17.

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1989-1990) The dream of a family of five living in a fairy tale kingdom is turned into a nightmare when the Nightmare King kidnaps the family.

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The Jungle Book (1999-2000:) It made its Australian debut in Australia.

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Cinderella (1923) A tale of the princess and her prince who must be saved from a castle of evil.

It starred Julie Andrews and starred Shirley Temple.

20.

Frozen Fever (2014-15) It went straight to number one on the Australian chart, with more than a million viewers tuning in. 21.

Monsters Inc. (1997-) A childrens animated film that follows a group of young boys who encounter the evil Penguin.

22.

The Adventures of Tintin (1958) A fantasy-inspired childrens film about the adventures and adventures of T. Rex, a giant frog.

23.

Toy Cars (2007-2008) A film based on an animated book series about a car-racing race car.

It did well at the box office, grossing $4.5 million, making it the second highest grossing animated film ever.

24.

The Little Mermaid (1995-1997) This movie became the highest grosser of the Disney Princess films.

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Frozen 2 (2013) A sequel to the original animated film, it followed the adventures as the Disney princess Elsa, in the form of a princess.

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Toy Stories (1963-1964) A comedy-adventure story about two little girls who travel to a fantasy world called Snow White.

It earned more than $100 million in box office gross.

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Cinderella Returns (