Stars including Sir Michael Caine, Ashley Jensen and Thandie Newton have shared their favourite memories of Walt Disney tales to raise money for a U.K. children's charity.
Former Spice Girls Emma Bunton and Melanie Chisholm, and Harry Potter stars Jason Isaacs and Julie Walters, have also revealed their beloved moments from the films as part of Great Ormond Street Hospital's Million Disney Memories drive, which aims to raise $1.6 million (£1 million).
Caine says, "My memories were Snow White and Bambi... I remember crying my eyes out when Bambi's mother died in the forest and laughing my head off at the Seven Dwarfs."
Jensen's favourite tale is Bedknobs and Broomsticks "because there was a flying bed and then I used to get a little bit scared that there were elves under my bed".
Isaacs reveals he has music from The Jungle Book on his iPod - and he still sings along to the tracks with his children.
Bosses at Disney will give $1.6 million to Great Ormond Street Hospital if they receive one million memories from fans on a special Facebook.com page.