Top 10 Gender Stereotypes in Disney Movies

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10. Swiss Family Robinson, 1960

In this family film, the Robinson clan -- mother (Dorothy McGuire), father (John Mills) and their three sons, Fritz, Ernst and Francis -- flee the reign of Napoleon to start afresh in New Guinea. When their ship gets damaged en route, the family takes refuge on a deserted island. The Robinsons learn to live in the wild, have various adventures and build an impressive house in a tree. However, while island life is full excitement, the question of whether to return to civilization looms.
9. Sleeping Beauty, 1959

A witch curses a princess that she will die on her 16th birthday, but a fairy alters the curse so that the princess will go into a deep sleep and can only be awakened by a prince's magical kiss.
8. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937

The stepmother of a beautiful princess, Snow White, wants to kill her and be the fairest of all. However, a prince saves Snow White with a kiss. Later, the stepmother is punished for her evil desires.
7. Grease, 1978

While vacationing in Australia, Danny and Sandy indulge in a passionate love affair with each other. They part ways believing they will not see each other again but fate has other plans.
6. Sixteen Candles, 1984

The film revolves around Samantha who faces a lot of embarrassment on her sixteenth birthday when she is caught in several hilarious situations.
5. My Fair Lady, 1964

A snobbish phonetics professor agrees to take a lowly flower girl under his care and make her presentable to society.
4. Annie Get Your Gun, 1950

Annie Get Your Gun is a 1950 American musical Technicolor comedy film loosely based on the life of sharpshooter Annie Oakley.
3. Beauty and the Beast, 1991

Belle, a beautiful young woman, agrees to live with the Beast in exchange for the return of her abducted father. Soon, Belle discovers that her hideous captor is actually an enchanted prince.
2. Cinderella, 1950

When Cinderella's dream of attending the Royal Ball and meeting the Grand Duke is hindered by her cruel stepmother, she gets some astounding help from her Fairy Godmother.
1. The Little Mermaid, 1989

Ursula, the sea witch, makes a devious deal with princess Ariel for her to meet Eric, the human prince she loves. Unaware of her intentions and carried away in love, Ariel lands up in major trouble.