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Do You Know The Most Popular Disney Movie From The Year You Were Born?

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Most people grew up with the influence of Disney movies. Whether you watched the more recent computer-animated ones, or the original cartoon classics, Disney has played a big part in your life.

But what was the most popular Disney movie the year you were born? Find out!

1967: The Jungle Book

This film brought us the classics "Bare Necessities" and "I Wanna Be Like You." Who didn't want a best friend like Baloo?

1968: The Love Bug

The Love Bug started one of the most beloved car franchises of all times. Who hasn't seen a Herbie movie in their lifetime?

1969: The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes

Personally, I had never heard of this film. Apparently Kurt Russell, now a legend, plays a college kid who ends up getting shocked by a computer and absorbs all its knowledge into his own brain. It sounds like a winner, and there was even a remake in 1995 starring Kirk Cameron.

1970: The Aristocats

A good cat movie is always appreciated, and Aristocats is no different. "Ladies don't start fights, but they can finish them!"

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