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Here Are The Dates The 50 Best Disney Movies Were Set In

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Disney has been teaching us that dreams do come true for 80 years, and they've given us all an amazing childhood with their heart-warming stories of all genres. We've been all over the world with Disney, from different places to different times.

It's incredible just how many time periods we've traveled to within the magic kingdom, especially when you go through them chronologically! Here's a history lesson from the best classic Disney films!

The Force Awakens - A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...

Dinosaur - 65 Million BC

Brother Bear - 10,000 BC

Hercules - 1200 BC

Moana - 0

Sword In The Stone - 400s

Black Cauldron - Dark Ages

Aladdin - 800s

Robin Hood - 1194

Sleeping Beauty - 1300s

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame - 1482

The Emperor's New Groove - 1500s

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 1500s

Pocahontas - 1607

Beauty and the Beast - 1770s

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - 1790

Tangled - 1820

Frozen - 1820

Alice in Wonderland - 1862

Cinderella - 1860s

Tarzan - 1882

Pinocchio - 1883

The Jungle Book - 1893

The Little Mermaid - 1890s

Home On The Range - 1890s

The Great Mouse Detective - 1897

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