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What is the number 1 Disney movie?

by Ratan Srivastava

If Wall Street would have their own magical genie lamps, they may wish for a further movie such as “Aladdin” from Walt Disney Co. DIS, -1.82 per cent. Inside a MarketWatch rating of 38 animated films created by Walt Disney Animation Studios over the previous 50 years, the picture is ranked first.

The movies were rated based on how Disney shares fared in comparison to the S&P 500 SPX the day before each movie’s theatrical debut to seven days after it. As per Box Office Mojo, the movie’s domestic total box-office revenues were then aggregated against such a rating of share achievement.

Other companies’ animated movies were not included in the list, including Pixar Animation Studios, Tim Burton, as well as DisneyToon Studios.

Upon the debut of “Aladdin,” Disney stock increased about 4% higher than the S&P 500, the 7th best performance among the 38 films examined. It earned No. 3 in box office revenue with $449.96 million, and that was enough to propel it to the No. overall pick.

According to ComScore analyst Paul Dergarabedian, films, such as the stock market, have such a tendency to maintain emotional bonds over individuals.

Whenever a movie is indeed a hit (or a flop) there at the box office, he believes it’s natural for investors to react to favourable (or bad) word-of-mouth, perhaps causing stock movement inside the movie studio.
Shareholders at Disney, according to Dergarabedian, pay attention not just to box office results, but to a movie’s potential in those other areas of the company, such as retail goods and merchandise, media networks, including theme parks.

Dergarabedian added, “I’m not convinced you can assign a one-to-one link” between box-office sales and stock performance since “the stock market is so vague and opaque.” “But what Disney has done shows they really understand all the different parts of their business and how to cross-promote and build excitement.” And, in the end, he claims, “That’s how you build a brand, that’s how you push up the stock price, that’s how you build investor and consumer confidence.” 

Six years later, Disney turned to hand-drawn animation with “The Princess and the Frog,” which, with a solid opening week and positive reviews, ended inside at No. 31 in our list. “Tangled,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Frozen,” as well as “Zootopia” are just a few of the studio’s blockbusters ever since.

“Over the last several years, Disney Animation has truly grown into being. “It’s not fighting against Pixar anymore,” Dergarabedian explained. “Take a look just at the box office for ‘Zootopia.'” You do not even have that at the box office unless you have a fantastic film.”

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