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DISNEY CLASSICS FILM FESTIVAL

DISNEY CLASSICS FILM FESTIVAL

DISNEY CLASSICS FILM FESTIVAL

Commencing on August 4th over four consecutive weekends, celebrate the magical timeless storytelling of Walt Disney Animation Studios at the Disney Classics Festival. Bring the family, dress up and enjoy Disney’s animated classics as they were made to be seen - on the big screen.

  • Runtime: 94 Minutes
    Starring: Rod Taylor, Betty Lou Gerson, J. Pat O'Malley
    Cruella De Vil sets the fur-raising adventure in motion when she dognaps all of the Dalmatian puppies in London -- including 15 from Pongo and Perdita's family. Through the power of the "Twilight Bark," Pongo leads a heroic cast of animal characters on a dramatic quest to rescue them all as they too fight their way out of Cruella's clutches.
  • Runtime: 85 Minutes
    Starring: Hardie Albright, Stan Alexander, Bobette Audrey
    In the heart of the forest, Bambi takes his first wobbly steps and sets out to explore his new world with his friends: a lovable rabbit called Thumper and a bashful skunk named Flower. Their adventures together include skating on "stiff" water, frolicking through the woods and getting acquainted with all the other intriguing inhabitants of the forest. But that is only part of the story. Guided by the wise Friend Owl, the young prince also learns valuable lessons about love, loss, and life.
  • Runtime: 79 Minutes
    Starring: Sterling Holloway, Edward Brophy, James Baskett
    Meet Dumbo, Mrs. Jumbo's sweet little "Baby Mine" who charms all who see him, until it's discovered that he has huge floppy ears! With the support of his very best friend, Timothy the mouse, Dumbo soon learns that his spectacular ears make him unique and special, allowing him to soar to fame as the world's only flying elephant.
  • Runtime: 105 Minutes
    Starring: Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, James Earl Jones, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Whoopi Golberg, Robert Guillaume, Cheech Marin
    Cheerful, feisty lion cub Simba "Just Can't Wait to Be King," but with the loss of his dad, Mufasa, his adventures take a new path. Simba flees accusations, guilt and the Pride Land meeting new friends along the way who teach him a worry free philosophy. As Simba grows into adulthood, he discovers that his father's courage and wisdom are a part of him and reclaims his place as the King of the Pride Lands.