Take a look at these magical facts about your favorite Disney films.

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Take a look at these magical facts about your favorite Disney films.

There’s something magical about a Disney song.

Walt Disney Productions has been inviting us to be their guests since the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in late 1937, showing us the world and teaching us about the circle of life.

Few of us can hear those words without seeing dancing teapots, a magic carpet ride, or the blessing of a newborn lion cub, and feeling that heady mix of nostalgia and comfort for all the music and animation that brought us so much joy, so much entertainment, so much pure magic as kids.

There’s a reason why filmmakers have been able to successfully remake each cartoon classic into a live-action remake complete with stunning visuals and star-studded casts that draw adults to theaters eager to relive their youth and pass on a little of that enchantment to their own children.

When Rob Marshall’s adaptation of The Little Mermaid hits theaters in 2023, for example, the Mouse House will invite us to be a part of Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian’s world.

And the highly anticipated adaptation, starring Halle Bailey as Ariel, Javier Bardem as King Triton, and Melissa McCarthy as Ursula, is sure to remind fans that down where it’s wetter under the sea, it’s better.

In November, the film was released.

The Little Mermaid, based on Hans Christian Andersen’s 1837 Danish fairy tale of the same name, is widely credited with kicking off the Disney Renaissance.

Following in the footsteps of Ariel and company’s success,

(Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, and Pocahontas) Disney released a string of beloved films, including Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, and Pocahontas.

And, since we could all use a little nostalgia, we’ve gathered some of the most enthralling details behind each of those timeless classics. Care to take a virtual trip to the happiest place on film? You’re welcome.

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How far did Walt Disney go to make this 1937 film the fairest of them all? Miles, according to the mirror, mirror, on the wall.

He made it his mission to make the first feature-length animated film in US history after seeing a silent film version of the fairytale as a teen, and when the budget ballooned to (dollar)1.5 million, he mortgaged his home to fund the production.

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