The Wizard of Oz
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
After a decade of Pixar, Disney re-emerged with this jazzy New Orleans musical, which could herald a fantastic renaissance.
Current Score:
293
Total Votes:
553
2
Michael Jackson's commercial flop departed from the usual musical fare and merged a contemporary soundscape to the classic tale.
Current Score:
204
Total Votes:
518
3
The last of composer Alan Menken's trio of Disney musicals, Aladdin proves that Disney's hold on the musical formula was no fluke.
Current Score:
108
Total Votes:
404
4
This musical solidified Disney's musical monopoly and became one of Broadway's longest-running show.
Current Score:
77
Total Votes:
433
5
Judy Garland's Oscar-winning "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" blends Dorothy's longing for home with a desire for the fantastic.
Current Score:
70
Total Votes:
436
6
This movie picked up two Oscars for Original Score and Song, kicking off a decade of Disney that would revive the fantasy musical.
Current Score:
70
Total Votes:
392
7
Just like Mary herself, the music here makes time fly, compressing an afternoon to three minutes in "It's a Jolly Holiday With Mary."
Current Score:
66
Total Votes:
432
8
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.
Current Score:
-28
Total Votes:
344
9
This take on Faust blends fantasy and social commentary while its Oscar-nominated music brings resonance to the story.
Current Score:
-41
Total Votes:
305
10
Music here expresses the magic of romance, placing Cyd Charisse and Gene Kelly into a dream ballet on a fantasy dance floor.
Current Score:
-93
Total Votes:
287