Were these Disney films released in the '40s, '50s or '60s?

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For generations, Disney movies have made many people happy. From children to adults, we can all name a movie that will stick with us forever. A lot of the earliest Disney films have been remade several times, but nothing will ever beat the originals.

In the '40s, '50s and '60s, some of the best films were made, from cartoons to live actions. Can you guess which Disney movie was released in those decades? Good luck!

  1. Which decade was Pinocchio released?
  2. Which decade was The Littlest Outlaw released?
  3. Which decade was Mary Poppins released?
  4. Which decade was The Fighting Prince of Donegal released?
  5. Which decade was Sleeping Beauty released?
  6. Which decade was Song of the South released?
  7. Which decade was Bambi released?
  8. Which decade was The Shaggy Dog released?
  9. Which decade was Bon Voyage! released?
  10. Which decade was Peter Pan released?

Were these Disney films released in the '40s, '50s or '60s?

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MrsPhilHarris 10 months ago
I tried to watch Champion last night and this afternoon but got an error message. Since I was primed for a fight film I watched The Harder They Fall. 🤭
texasluva 10 months ago
Let me check that out. When I looked it played. I might have another one if that all of a sudden does not work. Whenever that happens let me know. I am sure some of the past ones were deleted by IA. I might have replacements for them. BRB.
texasluva 10 months ago
It plays on my PC. I am going to give you the other file for it. Or if you copied it and put a coma on the end of it it will not go to the right site. The one below has a longer file then the other. It is of the same file though. It works that I can see.

https://ia804705.us.archive.org/29/items/champion-1949-720p/Champion%20%281949%29%20%5B720p%20High%20Res.%5D%20Kirk%20Douglas%2C%20Marilyn%20Maxwell%2C%20Arthur%20Kennedy%2C%20Paul%20Stewart%2C%20Ruth%20Roman%2C%20Lola%20Albright.mp4
MrsPhilHarris 10 months ago
I’ll give it a try.
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texasluva 10 months ago
You already have the goods what's coming Friday except the MQ but how about Saturday.
I am throwing out all in reckless abandon two of my favorites.


Dial M For Murder (1954) 1 hr 45 min--Crime--Thriller--
Director
Alfred Hitchcock
Stars
Ray Milland---Grace Kelly---Robert Cummings---John Williams
A former tennis star arranges the murder of his adulterous wife.

Dial M for Murder (1954) Official Trailer - Alfred Hitchcock, Grace Kelly--




In Harms Way (1965)--2 hr 45 min--Drama--Romance--War-
Director
Otto Preminger
Stars
John Wayne---Kirk Douglas---Patricia Neal---Tom Tryon-
Paula Prentiss---Brandon De Wilde--Dana Andrews---Burgess Meredith-
Patrick O'Neal---Carroll O'Connor---Slim Pickens---George Kennedy-
In Harm's Way - Trailer---
MrsPhilHarris 10 months ago
Love Dial M For Murder!
texasluva 10 months ago
Careful what you wish for lady. Oh, your phone is ringing, best answer it 🤪
MrsPhilHarris 10 months ago
Well she was having an affair! 😁
texasluva 10 months ago
Moody and wife are back from Italy just the other day. They are going to a dinner tonight with son and fiancée.
KJExpress 10 months ago
Okay, Tex. No false clues tonight, okay? 😉
texasluva KJExpress 10 months ago
Lorne Green is not in our MQ. Oh wait. I'm not sure 😉
KJExpress texasluva 10 months ago
😄😋
You’d better double check 😉
okay getting the Braille program out to make sure 😎
SheriHeffner 10 months ago
10 out of 10. But unfortunately, I no longer have Mary Poppins.
TheSentinel 10 months ago
9/10 - only missed #4 (and I have Bambi, Cars, Tangled and Frozen in my collection).
DaisyDuke67 10 months ago
6/10 I have Peter Pan 1 and 2. I also have Mary Poppins and others.
JellyrollJackson 10 months ago
I failed. Love the movies but can’t remember what year. All have been around so long they are timeless.
Muleskinner 10 months ago
4/10. Another tough one. 😞
Peter_Falk_Fan 10 months ago
9/10 I thought "The Shaggy Dog" was the 60s. I looked it up. 1959.
CalebB Peter_Falk_Fan 10 months ago
I though "The Shaggy Dog" was the 60s as well! 🤣
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