Ah, the question that everyone who has stumbled upon this spot has surely asked themselves. It's been asked in poll form multiple times. There have been many discussions on the subject.

The spot motto defines a Disney Classic as "anything before the Pixar era", making the cutoff 1996, when Toy Story premiered.

Most of the picks/polls about the subject have Pocahontas (1995) or Tarzan (1998) in the lead.

Some fans believe that only the films on the official list of Disney Animated Classics are true classics.

Truth is, there is no definite answer, because a Disney Classic means something different to everyone. A classic is what you grew up with. My classics are different than yours, just as yours are probably different from your parents' and the young ones in your life. I'm sure that kids who are growing up with Frozen and Moana right now will one day look back at those as classics.

What I enjoy about Disney Classics is the familiarity. I've seen my favorites hundreds of times. Maybe even thousands. I could probably recite most of the scripts to my top three or four from memory. I know all the lyrics to my favorite songs by heart, as every Disney lover knows their favorites. New movies will keep coming, and I'll even love some of them, but nothing will ever compare to the feeling I get when I re-watch a childhood favorite.

Side note: Does anybody still watch Disney movies on VHS to get that authentic 90s feel? Did I just out myself as a dinosaur?