In the film’s early years, the story was considered a dark one, with some calling it the “Wizard of Oz” and others the “Little Mermaid.”

But now, the film is a global phenomenon, and its enduring appeal has inspired many films to adapt it for a new generation of audiences.

With an array of music from the film, the BBC Symphony Orchestra performs the film and scores for the Disney and Pixar films.

Here are a few of our favorites: 1.

“The Wizard Of Oz” “It’s so magical when you see a fairy tale where there’s no one around, there’s just Oz,” says Michael Gambon, composer of “The Witch,” “Fantasia,” and “The Lion King.”

He adds that the film has a sense of humor and a lot of fun.

“It doesn’t feel like an opera or anything, but it is, in a good way,” Gambon says.

“In a way, it’s a movie that’s got a very simple story.

But it’s very good at telling a story that’s very simple.”


“Little Miss Sunshine” “I think the best part is the song, “You’re my sunshine,” which is sung by the children of a family that’s been living on the island of Bora Bora.

“And it’s also very funny.” “

When we sing it, it makes me feel happy and very optimistic,” says the composer, who is based in New York.

“And it’s also very funny.”


“Jaws” “Jaw” is one of the films that inspired the Disney film.

In the 1960s, the “Journey to the Center of the Earth” was being shot on the Pacific coast of the United States, where the crew of the Discovery would fly to visit a volcano.

The film was based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway.

The song “Let’s Go to the Beach” is the title of a 1962 Disney film directed by Frank Capra.


“Rambo” The theme of “Rama” was inspired by the Vietnam War, with the tune being used in the film.

It was adapted into the 1968 film of the The Ring, and “Rampart” is also a tribute to the film series.

“I was really impressed with the work of John Williams, and I was also really impressed by the work on the score by Joe Satriani,” says Gambon.


“Alice in Wonderland” “There’s no better thing than to hear that little voice of the heroine,” says James Taylor, composer and lyricist for the “Alice” theme song.

The piece is played in a sequence at the beginning of the film in which a man with a mustache and a moustache walks down a street in the background, singing the song.

“You can just hear the melody,” Taylor says.


“A Charlie Brown Christmas” “This is a Christmas classic that’s really universal,” says Taylor, who also wrote “A Christmas Carol.”

“It has an amazing message about Christmas and how much we love each other and all that good stuff,” he adds.


“Dumbo” The “Dumb and Dumber” song was inspired not just by the movie, but also by the original novel, “Dunder Mifflin.”

The song is featured in the animated film of Dumbo.


“Star Wars: Episode VI” The music of the music video for “Star Destroyers” is inspired by “Dune.”

The track, which has been used in “The Force Awakens,” “The Last Jedi,” and the upcoming “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” was produced by James Cameron.


“Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book” The film’s music was inspired both by the Disney characters and by the musical score of “Jungle Book.”

The music video was made by a number of composers including Andy Warhol and Peter Gabriel.


“Toy Story” In the animated series, the song “Jingle Bells” was the theme song for the Toy Story film series, but was also used in one of its episodes.

In “The Jungle Book,” the theme is the Disney song “We Shall Overcome.”


“Finding Nemo” The song, written by the composer Peter Gabriel, is a tribute song to the character of Nemo.

It is also one of “Finding Dory” songs, and was used in both of the animated films.


“Beauty and the Beast” “Beauties and the beast” is a popular song that has been performed for years by the film orchestra, but is still a favorite.

“We always wanted to do this because of the characters and because of what they do,” says director Jennifer Lee.

“They’re so smart and they’re so strong. They’re