7 Disney Movies That Will Make You Cry

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Dumbo (1941)

This heartwarming Disney classic, centered around a lovable baby circus elephant with oversized ears, evokes deep emotions, with an unforgettable scene of his imprisoned mother gently cradling him through the bars, accompanied by the poignant melody of Bette Midler's "Baby Mine."

Bambi (1942)

The young deer's peaceful exploration of the beautiful forest around him builds up to the devastating end in this classic "Golden Age" Disney film. The death of Bambi's mother makes this a soul-crushing watch that requires a box of tissues to get through.

The Lion King (1994)

This iconic 90's Disney film leaves a lasting impact with the traumatic scene of Mufasa's tragic demise at the hands of his brother Scar, as a young Simba discovers his lifeless father, seeking solace by nestling under his limp paw.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

This dark entry in the Disney Renaissance portrays the heartbreaking story of Quasimodo, a disabled protagonist forbidden by his caretaker, Frollo, from socializing, exploring devastating themes of societal prejudice and making it a poignant and heart-wrenching watch.

Brother Bear (2003)

This underrated Disney movie is deceptive in its advertisement as a wholesome buddy film, with the scene where Kenai explains Koda's mother's death to him leaving viewers bawling, set to the moving soundtrack by Phil Collins.

Bridge to Terabithia (2007)

This poignant live-action fantasy film, distributed by Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media, stands out as one of the saddest movies for children, with the sudden death of Leslie in Terabithia bringing forth tears through Jess's emotional reaction.

Coco (2017)

In this cherished Disney-Pixar film, the heart-wrenching scene unfolds as Miguel serenades his great-grandmother Coco, demonstrating the healing impact of the song "Remember Me," a cherished lullaby from her father.

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