What Disney Movie Came Out the Year You Were Born?

These will make you feel old.

Disney movie the year you were born
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It seems like yesterday these Disney films were released. We've gathered the best ones over the past 30 years — and some honorable mentions — to show you just how long it's been since your favorite flick first hit theaters.

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1988 — Oliver and Company
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1988 — Oliver and Company
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1989 — The Little Mermaid 
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1989 — The Little Mermaid

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This movie will literally never get old.

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1990 — The Rescuers Down Under
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1990 — The Rescuers Down Under

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Did you know there was supposed to be a third Rescuers movie, but it was scrapped after Eva Gabor (Miss Bianca) and John Candy (Wilbur) died?

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1991 — Beauty and the Beast
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1991 — Beauty and the Beast

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Even though the 2017 live-action remake was pretty good, nothing compares to the classic.

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1992 — Aladdin
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1992 — Aladdin

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We're looking forward to the 2019 live-action adaptation, but similar to Beauty and the Beast, it probably won't compare to the original.

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1993 — Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
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1993 — Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

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This is a must-watch every Halloween.

Other Honorable Mentions: Homeward Bound, Hocus Pocus

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1994 — The Lion King
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1994 — The Lion King

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Out of the five nominees for Best Original Song at the 1994 Academy Awards, The Lion King had three of the nominations. "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" took home the Oscar.

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1995 — Toy Story

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This was the first Pixar movie, and it's probably the best one there will ever be.

Other Honorable Mentions: Pocahontas, A Goofy Movie

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1996 — The Hunchback of Notre Dame
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1996 — The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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Definitely an underrated Disney film.

Other Honorable Mentions: James and the Giant Peach, 101 Dalmatians

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1997 — Hercules
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1997 — Hercules

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The Muses were EVERYTHING.

Other Honorable Mentions: Flubber, Air Bud, George of the Jungle, Jungle 2 Jungle

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1998 — Mulan
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1998 — Mulan

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"I'll Make a Man Out of You" is probs one of the most epic Disney songs, IMO.

Other Honorable Mentions: A Bug’s Life, The Parent Trap

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1999 — Tarzan
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1999 — Tarzan

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Phil Collins had us all singing gibberish. "Shooby doop dobby dop dobby doop dobby dah dah doo dap."

Other Honorable Mentions: Toy Story 2, Fantasia 2000

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2000 — Emperor's New Groove
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2000 — The Emperor's New Groove

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Kronk and Yzma were the best Disney duo.

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2001 — Monsters Inc.
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2001 — Monsters Inc.

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The scene where Mike and Sully say goodbye to Boo and watch the door shred ... it gets us every time.

Other Honorable Mentions: The Princess Diaries

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2002 — Lilo & Stitch
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2002 — Lilo & Stitch

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Who would have thought this movie would turn into the huge franchise it did?

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2003 — Finding Nemo
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2003 — Finding Nemo

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It was no surprise that it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

Other Honorable Mentions: Cheetah Girls, Haunted Mansion, Lizzie McGuire Movie, Holes, Pirates of the Caribbean

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2004 — The Incredibles
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2004 — The Incredibles

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It's crazy to think that 14 years after this was released, they'd make a second one.

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2005 — Chronicles of Narnia 
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2005 — Chronicles of Narnia

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This movie is the only reason I know what Turkish delights are.

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2006 — High School Musical
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2006 — High School Musical

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High School Musical went from a Disney Channel Original Movie to a trilogy where the third installment was released in theaters. Fans couldn't get enough of Troy and Gabriella.

Other Honorable Mention: Cars

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2007 — Ratatouille
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2007 — Ratatouille

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Remy made you actually start to think rats are cute ... until you saw one in real life.

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2008 — Wall-E
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2008 — Wall-E

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If Wall-E was foreshadowing where our world is headed, that's pretty frightening.

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2009 — Princess and the Frog
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2009 — Princess and the Frog

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Tiana was Disney's first African-American princess. FINALLY.

Other Honorable Mention: Up

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2010 — Tangled
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2010 — Tangled

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Fun fact: Before its release, the title was changed from Rapunzel to Tangled.

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2011 — Cars 2
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2011 — Cars 2

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Unfortunately for Cars 2, it was one of the worst-reviewed Pixar films to date, which makes you wonder why they thought it was a good idea to make a third.

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2012 — Wreck-It Ralph
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2012 — Wreck-It Ralph

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If you haven't seen Wreck-It Ralph, you need to. It's so good, and the second one looks even better!

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2013 — Saving Mr. Banks 
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2013 — Saving Mr. Banks

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Any Disney fan will enjoy Saving Mr. Banks, especially if you love Mary Poppins.

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2014 — Big Hero 6
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2014 — Big Hero 6

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Baymax was the cutest!

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2015 — Inside Out
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2015 — Inside Out

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As lovable as the five emotions were, Bing Bong takes the cake.

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2016 — Moana
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2016 — Moana

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Even if you didn't see it, the theme song ("How Far I’ll Go") has been stuck in your head.

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2017 — Coco
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2017 — Coco

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So culturally relevant, and just an all-around amazing movie.

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