Animated Movies 1999

Animated Movies 1999: These entertaining animation classics are the best of an enduring, ever-evolving modern art form. We’re bringing you the definitive ranking of the best-animated films of 1999.

Everyone loves animated films because, at their best, they present limitless possibilities for storytelling. For this list, we’re taking into account each film’s release, director how well they’ve aged, and re-watching ability. Best animated movies for kids on Netflix.

Here are the best animated movies of all time,1999

Following is the List of Animated Movies 1999

Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You

It was released on February 13, 1999. The movie revolves around Pooh and his gang and covers everything they did to stop Valentine’s day as they thought it is a monster.

Rating  7.2/10
Director Keith Ingham
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure, Mystery, Comedy, Drama, Short
Runtime  22 Minutes
Distributor  Buena Vista Pictures

Toy Story 2

It is an American computer-animated movie that was released on 13 November 1999. Toy Story 2 was directed by John Lasseter and produced by Helene Plotkin and Karen Robert Jackson.

In this movie, Woody got kidnapped by a toy collector with the motive of keeping him in a Zoo. When other toys got to know about his kidnapping, they decided that they will climb any mountain to get Woody back.

Rating  7.9/10
Director John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, Lee Unkrich
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy
Runtime  1 Hour,32 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios


It is an American animated adventure movie that was released on 16 June 1999. Tarzan was directed by Kevin Lima and Chris Buck and produced by Bonnie Arnold. 

This movie revolves around Tarzan who is a human but was raised by a gorilla in the forest. Tarzan got to know about his real identity when he saved a human named Jane. After knowing this shocking truth, Tarzan now is in a great dilemma as he has to choose one between his jungle life and life as a human.

Rating  7.3/10
Director Chris Buck, Kevin Lima
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Runtime  1 Hour,28 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios

Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas

It is a direct-to-video animated Christmas comedy fantasy movie that was released on 9 November 1999. This movie is a group of three separate Christmas stories in which the characters remain the same.

The first story in the movie is named “Donald Duck: Stuck on Christmas”. This story is based on Groundhog Day.

The second part is named “A Very Goofy Christmas”, in this part Goofy is seen trying to tone down the skepticism of his son about Santa.

The third part is named “Mickey & Minnie’s Gift of the Magi”. This part is all about Christmas and the lesson everyone should try to learn during this time. Christmas is all about selflessness and a feeling of belongingness.

Rating  7.1/10
Director Jun Falkenstein, Alex Mann, Bradley Raymond
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy, Comedy
Runtime  1 Hour,6 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios


It is an American animated experimental concert movie that was directed by Don Hahn, Pixote Hunt, Hendel Butoy, Eric Goldberg, James Algar, Gaetan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, and Francis Glebas and produced by Roy E. Disney and Donald W. Ernst.

This movie is nothing but an update to the previous movie. This time the movie is blessed with some great work that is related to classical music.

Rating  7.1/10
Director James Algar, Gaetan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy, Music
Runtime  1 Hour,15 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios

The King and I

The King and I was released on March 19, 1999. The movie revolves around an English teacher named Anna Leonowens. In the movie, she is seen traveling to Kingdom Siam where she realized that the Siam king is very stubborn in nature and he is her most tough challenge.

Rating  4.3/10
Director  Richard Rich
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy, Musical
Runtime  1 Hour,27 Minutes
Distributor  Warner Bros. Pictures

A Monkey’s Tale

A Monkey’s Tale was released on June 2, 1999. The movie revolves around a disobedient monkey who was set out so that he could find the truth. However, he clearly refuses to believe it and continued doing what he wanted to do.

Rating  5.7/10
Director  Jean-Francois Laguionie
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy
Runtime  1 Hour,16 Minutes
Distributor  Universal Pictures

The Nuttiest Nutcracker

The Nuttiest Nutcracker was released on October 19, 1999. The movie revolves around the story of the nutcracker. However, the story this time is being told from a different perspective i.e. from the perspective of vegetables.

Rating  4/10
Director  Diane Eskenazi, Harold Harris
Genre  Animation, Family, Fantasy, Comedy, Musical
Runtime  48 Minutes
Distributor  Columbia TriStar Home Video

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