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Disney is never a studio to shy away from sequels and remakes. Just in 2019, we have sequels to The Avengers, Star WarsFrozen, Aladdin, and The Lion King. Through all that, though, let’s not forget that the Mouse House has also spawned its share of great original titles.

What’s the best original Disney movie ever?

Again, answer this week’s question simply by entering your email above, and then hit up the comments section and tell us your choice.

You can also earn extra entries by sharing this giveaway via Facebook and Twitter! The giveaway ends on Sunday, and the randomly chosen winner will receive a free Redbox eGift card.

Good luck, Insiders!

111 Responses to “Freebie Friday “Disney Movies” Edition: Win a Free Redbox Gift Card!”

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    George [odenoed]


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    The Fox and the Hound. =)

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    Ronnie Martin [visitor]


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    Steve [visitor]

    Old Yeller

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    tini [cuebel]

    1940 Pinocchio & 1950 Cinderella

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    Mickey Mouse

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    Nancy [visitor]

    Mickey Mouse

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    Donna Paprocki [visitor]

    Mary Poppins & The Lion King

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    Linda S [visitor]


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    Snow White

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    Harry Dyer [visitor]

    Old Yeller. What a classic.

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    The Wizard Of Ooz!

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    DocWork [docwork]

    Mary Poppins

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    Marie Kozloski [visitor]

    Mary Poppins

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    Bob Huebert [visitor]


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    The original Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and also Saving Mr. Banks.

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    Snow White

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    Deborah Gultice [visitor]

    Fantasia…. Loved it as a kid and fell in love with it again when my kids were little. Then the grandkids came along and I willingly watched it again….Now I’ve got Great Grandkids to watch it with.

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    Kathryn Crider [visitor]

    The Lion King

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    Kenneth Solnit [visitor]

    Snow White

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    Kristen W. [visitor]

    mulan, mary poppins, old yeller, parent trap… so many good movies !

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    Sheila H Bindman [visitor]

    101 Dalmatians

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    Harry [visitor]

    Wreck It Ralph

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    Thomas Buczek [visitor]


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    Its a 3-way tie – Fantasia, Original Snow White and Bambi

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    Karri [visitor]

    The Avengers

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    Bunny455 [bunny455]


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    Tiffany [visitor]

    The Lion King

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    The Loin King

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    The Lion King

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    volnurse [visitor]

    The Lion King

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    The animated Sleeping Beauty movie from 1959 has always been my favorite; even though it is now being called “a sexual predator” because Prince Charming failed to get permission to kiss Princess Aurora while she was “sleeping”!

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    Yu Tu [visitor]

    John Carter