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Man these old movies are so much better than the crap today. Here are what we have watched.

Mary Poppins
Pete’s Dragon
Song of the South
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Bedknobs and Brooksticks
Swiss Family Robinson

Other suggestion the boys are 6, 4, and 2


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Alice in wonderland.

Peter pan.

Lady and the tramp.

Pinoccio.

Fantasia.

The wizard of Oz.

The yearling.

Old Yeller.

Flubber.

101 Dalmatians.

Dumbo.

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That Darn Cat

Treasure Island

Fantasia

The Never Ending Story

The Snowman

Any of the 'Wallace & Gromit' films

Any of the "Herbie' films
 
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Land Before Time series

Aristocats

Secret of NIMH

An American Tail (two movies)

Disney's Robin Hood

Winnie the Pooh
 
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Herbie The Love Bug was always a favorite of mine.
 
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Old Yeller (but have some tissues ready, dammit)



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The App!e Dumpling Gang.

There are a number of Disney films with Don Knotts as I recall.



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Maybe - The Man from Snowy River?







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Some warnings:
Fantasia has some fairly scary sections (Night on Bare Mountain, e.g.)--you'll want to be there to reassure them.

Old Yeller has a very sad ending (the dog dies). Be aware of that.

I don't think anyone mentioned it, but I would not recommend "A Dog of Flanders"--in the original version both the boy and dog die at the foot of the altar in the cathedral. I think the later version made a happier ending, however.

Just some things to consider.

I could recommend "The Parent Trap" with Hayley Mills playing twins--it is very funny, but maybe better for slightly older kids.

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Incredible Mr Limpet

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Flubber

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Escape to Witch Mountain
The Muppet Movie
Charlotte's Web
Doctor Dolittle
Benji
A Boy Named Charlie Brown
The Bugs Bunny/Roadrunner Movie
 
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Darby OGill and the Little People
 
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My youngsters liked the Ernest movies.

Also Charlie the lonesome cougar.
 
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When my kids were young they loved “The Princess Bride”.

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Princess Bride, Goonies, and Sandlot are good options to keep in mind for when they're a few years older. (Late elementary/early middle school.)
 
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Newer, but possibly a classic to them: Holes
 
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The original "Gulliver's Travels"


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Princess Bride and The NeverEnding Story. Enjoy and God Bless !!! Smile


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