After a decade of Pixar, Disney re-emerged with this jazzy New Orleans musical, which could herald a fantastic renaissance.
Michael Jackson's commercial flop departed from the usual musical fare and merged a contemporary soundscape to the classic tale.
The last of composer Alan Menken's trio of Disney musicals, Aladdin proves that Disney's hold on the musical formula was no fluke.
This musical solidified Disney's musical monopoly and became one of Broadway's longest-running show.
Judy Garland's Oscar-winning "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" blends Dorothy's longing for home with a desire for the fantastic.
This movie picked up two Oscars for Original Score and Song, kicking off a decade of Disney that would revive the fantasy musical.
Just like Mary herself, the music here makes time fly, compressing an afternoon to three minutes in "It's a Jolly Holiday With Mary."
David Bowie's music here is integral to the story, as the Goblin King uses it as his magic, making each tune a potent threat.
This take on Faust blends fantasy and social commentary while its Oscar-nominated music brings resonance to the story.
Music here expresses the magic of romance, placing Cyd Charisse and Gene Kelly into a dream ballet on a fantasy dance floor.