The films of Disney's Silver Age (1950-1967) have long been considered "Disney Classics," where the true magic of Disney's animation and storytelling is at its best. Although this magic partly comes from the source material itself, some of it also comes from the fact that these films were made to be the saving grace of Disney - to help bring the studio back up from its wartime slump. Hence, the other name for this age; The Restoration Era.
The eight movies of the Silver Age are: Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone, and The Jungle Book. As you watch these movies, you'll notice that special care was taken with every single detail - down to the last glass slipper.
You may say these films got an extra pinch of pixie dust, and fans have noticed. So, vote up your favorite details that fans have pointed out!
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