Movie Review: Disney’s Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly!

Disney’s Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly! Trailer

Disney’s Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly! Summary

Released on February 2, 1998, Disney’s Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly! features Ludwig Von Drake (Corey Burton) as the host.This film also had a theme to it which was flying or being in different countries. It was released in honor of the 35th anniversary of Peter Pan. The movie begins with Professor Owl (Corey Burton) singing the Disney Sing Along Theme Song before recycling footage from previous movies and shorts for the songs You Can Fly (Peter Pan), The Beautiful Briny (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), Colonel Hathi’s March (The Jungle Book), I’ve Got No Strings (Pinocchio), Little Black Rain Cloud (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh), The Merrily Song (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad), He’s a Tramp (Lady and the Tramp), Step in Time (Mary Poppins), When I See an Elephant Can Fly (Dumbo). The film ends with a repeat of You Can Fly.

Disney’s Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly! Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Does this bring you back any memories if you grew up in the 90s? Or being a parent to a 90s kid? I know for me it certainly did. Taking some great hits and compiling them into a video with recycled scenes from Disney animation made it fun, interesting and who doesn’t sing along to the Disney songs when you watch the films.

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