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This article recommends an underrated title, a must-see title, an unknown title, an ‘if you like, you will like’ title and an unexpected title so you have different options when it comes to choosing your next movie to watch.
This silly spin-off of ‘The Lion King’ features Timon, a meerkat, and Pumbaa, a warthog, having a series of misadventures in the Sahara.
A spin-off series based on the Lion King.
These adorable chipmunks lead a team of detectives, along with a fly named Zipper and two mice, Gadget Hackwrench and Monterey Jack, whose fatal flaw is his overpowering addiction to cheese.
Frequently, Chip and Dale (brothers) compete over the affections of Gadget, the pretty girl mouse in charge of technology and aviation for the crew.
Chip 'n' Dale are private detectives.
By now, you’re starting to see the theme – Disney shows are often based on popular Disney movies.
Aladdin is now engaged to Princess Jasmine and he often takes her on Magic Carpet rides, fulfilling his promise of ‘I can show you the world’.
They’re not often left alone – monkey sidekick, Abu, the all-powerful Genie, and even the annoying parrot, Iago (formerly belonging to Jafar), usually tag along.
Aladdin is still showing Jasmine the world.
Modelled on 1950s Goofy cartoon shorts, Goof Troop stars Goofy as a father to a mischievous red-haired son named Max.
Living in Spoonerville, Goofy and Max are next door neighbours. The series similar to ‘Ducktales’ is particularly funny because of the relatable, though exaggerated, contrast between Max and his goofy dad, Goofy!
Goofy and his son Max are opposites.
This follow-up to ‘Ducktales’ was inspired by the ‘The Masked Mallard’ episode in which Scrooge McDuck dons a mask, purple uniform and cape to become a vigilante superhero.
Darkwing Duck is a superhero character (à la Batman), who defends the people of St. Canard (a parody of Gotham City).
A Toon Disney show that parodies the superhero/spy genre.
Here’s my list of TV series like ‘Ducktales’ that you might enjoy. Thanks for reading!