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* ''[[Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas]] (1999)''
* ''[[Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas]] (1999)''
* ''[[The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning]] (2008)''
* ''[[The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning]] (2008)''
* ''[[Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas]] (2004)''
* ''Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000)''
* ''Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000)''
* ''Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004)''
* ''Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004)''
* ''Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (2004)''
* ''Tinker Bell (2008)''
* ''Tinker Bell (2008)''

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Throughout the month of December, Doug Walker reviews Disney movies as himself.

Throughout December 2011, he reviewed the hand-drawn animated films that are part of the Disney canon, along with Tangled for technicality and Enchanted for satire. He also reviewed DinosaurA Goofy Movie and Who Framed Roger Rabbit by popular demand.

In December 2012, Walker reviewed the CG animated Disney movies, starting with all the Pixar films up to Brave and then finishing off with the Disney animated canon's CGI films, excluding Wreck-It Ralph (which he would eventually review in December 2014). Robert Zemeckis' A Christmas Carol was done by popular demand. 

In December 2013, he reviewed the most-memorable live-action films, along with Old Yeller, Newsies and High School Musical 3 by popular demand. 

In December 2014, Walker reviewed the Studio Ghibli films as well as both live-action and animated films he overlooked the first time around, as the Ghibli list wasn't enough to cover the month. Into the WoodsPom Poko and The Tale of Princes Kaguya were done by popular demand.

In December 2015, Walker started reviewing the acquired properties of Marvel and Lucasfilm, covering Phases 1 and 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also the original Star Wars Saga in preparation for The Force Awakens. In addition, he reviewed more overlooked live-action and animated Disney films, including ones released throughout 2015 in order to fill up the entire month. Mars Needs Moms, Muppet Treasure Island and John Carter were done by popular demand.

In December 2016, the primary focus was on the direct-to-video/DVD Disney movies, mostly the animated sequels.

2011: The 2D animated films

These continued into January 2012 due to Doug's computer troubles necessitating a delay.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10

Part 11

Part 12

Part 13

Part 14

Part 15

Part 16

By Popular Demand (March 2012)

2012: The 3D animated films

This Disneycember focused on Pixar as well as CGI movies that are part of the Disney Canon.

By Popular Demand (January 2013)

2013: The live-action films

This Disneycember focused on only the most famous live-action Disney films plus their sequels/remakes.

By Popular Demand (January 2014)

2014: The Studio Ghibli/Overlooked films

This Disneycember focused on films made by Studio Ghibli that were distributed by Disney and also at any overlooked films, both animated and live-action.

By Popular Demand (February 2015)

2015: Marvel Cinematic Universe (Phases 1 & 2)/Star Wars/More overlooked films

This Disneycember focused on films from Phases 1 and 2 from Marvel Cinematic Universe, the original and prequel films of Star Wars Saga, as well as some more overlooked films. The reviews for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Good Dinosaur, which were still running in theaters at the time, were done in form of Sibling Rivalry vlogs, the first containing a Spoiler Corner video.

By Popular Demand (February 2016)

2016: The animated direct-to-video/DVD films

This Disneycember focused on the animated films which were released on video and DVD, mostly on the sequels.

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