Top Ten Most Innocent Disney MoviesDapperPickle These Disney movies are just too harmless and innocent. Before you ask "But Pickle, aren't all Disney movies innocent and harmless?" Well, some Disney movies have extremely violent scenes and deaths, so there are more innocent Disney flicks than others. I'm here to count down these top ten movies today!
The criteria is just how harmless they are - the amount of violence, villain screen time and strange moments will declare the ranking of the list.
So, let us go to the happiest place on Earth and count down the Top Ten Most Innocent Disney Movies!
The Top Ten
I'm pretty sure there's not a single person on Earth who "hates" Winnie the Pooh. There are probably lots of people who find the characters and stories a little dull and can't really get into them, but I think that it's impossible to outwardly despise the Hundred Acre Wood gang. There all just so sweet and lovable. The only people who hate them would probably be like Plankton in that one SpongeBob episode: "It's too cute! I-I-It's-It's disgusting! " - phillysports
This topped the list of my Easiest Disney Movies to Watch list for the same reason as it tops this one. The plot is simple and easy to understand for kids but still entertaining, the characters are all friendly and charming in their own way (no villains) and overall the movie is just so harmless and charming that you'll regret missing it in theaters. - DapperPickle
Oh, I really love Winnie The Pooh.
How can you not? - Rocko
Winnie the Pooh is adorable!
A good chunk of this movie is just Snow White interacting with the dwarves and the nature, for these scenes alone it belongs on the list, nevermind the evil queen and huntsman stuff. It's an innocent movie almost through and through. - DapperPickle
This movie started off innocent until Bambi's mom is killed and lets not forget the scene with the bird who panics when the hunters get too close flies away and is killed almost immediately. - egnomac
This movie is also just so innocent and harmless excluding a moment we shall never speak of after this sentence. Seeing Bambi interact witht he forest and having her come across all these revelations is absolutely mesmerising and the innocence of it is beautiful. - DapperPickle
I guess watching her mother die is innocent. - Not_A_Weeaboo
Cinderella is a simple fairytail, nothing more, nothing less. It's a classic animated retelling of a tale. Everything is just so innocent and sweet about it. There are villains, yes, but they're merely family that don't pose any real threat to Cindy. It's just a sweet, innocent flick. - DapperPickle
Yeah - Not_A_Weeaboo
Same reasons as Frozen and Tangled, it's just something made in 3D for the purpose of 3d. - DapperPickle
I have a blast every time I watch this movie. The characters and story are just so effortlessly entertaining, in my opinion. - phillysports
I know what you're thinking but this movie is still innocent, most of it is interaction between the characters and them being happy. The main antagonist of the movie gets little screentime which gives more screentime for Elsa, who outside of battle scenes is a very innocent character and Anna is great too. - DapperPickle
Excluding one scenes involving elephants of a certain colour we shall just discuss the rest of the movie. It's quite innocent, having a few sad moments and ending on a happy note. It's a family friendly masterpiece known as Dumbo. - DapperPickle
Underrated classics like this movie need more recognition. Yet another simple tale, Robin Hood tells an innocent story of a fox who steals from the rich and gives to the poor. The action isn't too fast or exciting, but the great characters and interesting plot take note of that. - DapperPickle
Really the same as Frozen, except the villain has more of a presence. But certain scenes in this signify its tenth spot on this list such as the lantern scene and any scene of Rapunzel in the tower. It's really innocent. - DapperPickle
Unclear, thought this movie was the one with the scottish girl :(
Pretty innocent movie. However, the villain can be scary for younger children (especially his final form) and there is a highly upsetting scene in the form of kart wrecking. A zombies heart is ripped out momentarily, but it's played for laughs. Also, the premise of games being "unplugged" might be scary for young children. Other than that, very sweet, funny movie, my rating is kids 8+.
This was what got me into Winnie the Pooh and I still love it even to this very day. It's very gentle, innocent and a perfect way to introduce people to Winnie the Pooh and all his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood. - SailorSedna
Loved this short film! This practically shaped my childhood!
She is going into a fictional land and she meets so many weird creatures but she is still nice to them as you would any person you meet and she saves the whole land from the queen of hearts