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  • I have a couple of potential inaccuracies with your numbered list. 

    Number 53 is down as Frozen - yet I have a Blu-Ray which has it as Number 52

    Number 40 is down as The Emperor's New Groove yet this amazon link has it at Number 39 - http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00HV76I1A/ref=s9_simh_co_p74_d0_i4?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=left-2&pf_rd_r=0Q6SM6V2S9EAFGDJXBYR&pf_rd_t=3201&pf_rd_p=484879067&pf_rd_i=typ01


    What is your source for the list?

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    • This list represents the US canon of Disney classics, not the UK list. They have Dinosaur at 39. Dinosaur didn't do so well in the UK and so was left off the UK canon list. From there until number 47, the UK canon and US canon are out of sync. The Wild at 46 in the UK canon fixes that as it is missed off the US list, as it was only distributed by Disney (I think). From then until 51 both lists are the same once again. Then, the US canon includes Winnie the Pooh (2011) at 51, while the UK canon skips it. Therefore, we have Wreck-It Ralph at 51 and Frozen at 52, while the US have them at 52 and 53 respectively.

      I don't know if, in the future, the canons will come back in sync, but it's good to know where they differ

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    • HSCook wrote: This list represents the US canon of Disney classics, not the UK list. They have Dinosaur at 39. Dinosaur didn't do so well in the UK and so was left off the UK canon list. From there until number 47, the UK canon and US canon are out of sync. The Wild at 46 in the UK canon fixes that as it is missed off the US list, as it was only distributed by Disney (I think). From then until 51 both lists are the same once again. Then, the US canon includes Winnie the Pooh (2011) at 51, while the UK canon skips it. Therefore, we have Wreck-It Ralph at 51 and Frozen at 52, while the US have them at 52 and 53 respectively.

      I don't know if, in the future, the canons will come back in sync, but it's good to know where they differ

      and of course, we do accuracies in this wiki, and Disney is an American company, so we gotta follow the US.

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    • DisneyJr wrote:

      HSCook wrote: This list represents the US canon of Disney classics, not the UK list. They have Dinosaur at 39. Dinosaur didn't do so well in the UK and so was left off the UK canon list. From there until number 47, the UK canon and US canon are out of sync. The Wild at 46 in the UK canon fixes that as it is missed off the US list, as it was only distributed by Disney (I think). From then until 51 both lists are the same once again. Then, the US canon includes Winnie the Pooh (2011) at 51, while the UK canon skips it. Therefore, we have Wreck-It Ralph at 51 and Frozen at 52, while the US have them at 52 and 53 respectively.

      I don't know if, in the future, the canons will come back in sync, but it's good to know where they differ

      and of course, we do accuracies in this wiki, and Disney is an American company, so we gotta follow the US.

      Don't worry, in my book, Dinosaur and Winnie the Pooh 2011 are still part of the Disney Canon, despite being from England.

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    • The Wild sequel is animated Pixar Animation Studios.

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    • Nicolás J. Castañeda wrote:
      The Wild sequel is animated Pixar Animation Studios.

      What??

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    • A FANDOM user
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