15 Disney Scenes That Give You All The Feels
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15 Disney Scenes That Give You All The Feels

Because who doesn't love an animated (or in some cases, real) film that results in a good cry?

15 Disney Scenes That Give You All The Feels

The Wonderful World of Disney is, nine times out of ten, the happiest place to be (metaphorically and literally). Full of finding lost sons and happily ever afters with Prince Charming, Disney usually leaves you feeling good. However, even the happiest of movies include gut-wrenching scenes that make you want to cry and scream at the screen, simultaneously. I'm here to bring you 15 of those scenes; try not to cry!

1. When Mufasa dies in "The Lion King"

2. When Sulley leaves Boo in "Monsters Inc."

3. When Flynn Rider cuts Rapunzel's hair in "Tangled"

4. When Tod and Copper promise to always be friends in "The Fox and the Hound..." because we all know what happens.

5. When Andy donated all of his toys in "Toy Story 3"

6. When Bambi's mother gets shot in "Bambi"

7. When Stitch leaves in "Lilo & Stitch"

8. When Bing Bong sacrifices himself for Joy in "Inside Out"

9. When Shadow comes back to his family in "Homeward Bound"

10. When Tarzan's parents die in "Tarzan"

11. When Beast almost dies in "Beauty and the Beast"

12. When Pocahontas and John Smith separate in "Pocahontas"

13. When Quasimodo gets attacked in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"

14. When Marlin leaves Dory in "Finding Nemo"

15. When Hiro tells Baymax that he is satisfied with his care in "Big Hero 6"

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