Disney has went downhill quite a few times. Their first decline was when WW2 was taking its tool and Disney's European شائقین were cut off because of it, which is why فلمیں like Bambi failed at the box office. Then for the remaining of the 1940s, they released a bunch of package films as Disney Classics. Things went up for them when Cinderella was released. The سیکنڈ decline is when Walt Disney passed away. The Jungle Book was practically finished, and The Aristocats were in early development. After The Aristocats was released, it would take them longer to make films, the اندازی حرکت went downhill, and went through a lot of changes over the اگلے two decades. Some فلمیں even failed at the box office, like The Black Cauldron. A few years later, The Little Mermaid was released and started the renaissance. The third decline was after Tarzan was released. After Tarzan, Disney was trying to he away from the formula they were known for, creating films like The Emperors New Groove, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and Treasure Planet. Most of the films at this time were either mildly successful یا failed, with the exception if Lilo and Stitch. They blamed it on 2d animation, so in 2005, they converted to CGI. These films were not necessarily anything to brag about either and it is not until recently that Disney got back on track.