Saddest Moments In Walt Disney Animated ClassicsDisney Movies all have their sad moments. But which one is the very saddest?
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Long live the king! - DontMessWithDaddylonglegs
This was so sad
I was just a young boy when my mother took me to see Bambi (she took me to see all of the early Disney movies, starting with Snow White) Maybe because I was a young boy, but to me this was the saddest of them all!
Not as sad a Mufasa I agree, but come on? A little boy just lost his mother?! Surely that's sadder then just a side character dying?!
I'm creeped out by the title of this... And ps, CLASSICS
THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG IS NOT A CLASSIC - MoldySock
So sad. I cry whenever I see this part. I wish I had a mother that loved me as much. - IsaiahWill22
The only part on any movie I ALWAYS CRY No exception is when the old lady leaves Tod in the forest on his own. I have cried many times the last images of toy story, but never as much as this one... It's just more injustice to a fox who has lost everything. Now, he must lose the woman he was raised by... Perhaps the only person he loved in his world. - keyson
Yeah, this is sad as damn. - DaringXx
GOD WHY DO I ALWAYS BAWL AT THIS?! - WaltDisneytoptens1937
One of the darker Disney animated classics. I love it though. - dureckl
In Disney, PURE Disney, only Dumbo and a handful of others are truly original by Disney. The Lion King is actually similar to Hamlet, in a way.
Never gets enough credit, beautiful film and possibly the best
This is my favorite part, because it's beautiful. I never cry at it. - mimitchi33
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