When we watch even a short clip of one of our favourite childhood cartoons, we all get that same rush of nostalgia. Such familiar faces, colours, and voices.
And when it comes to the voices, some may be even more familiar than you originally thought.
1 The Road to El Dorado
What a magical film this was. The adventure, the songs, the lines we'd still be quoting to our friends 16 years later.
And our absolute fave man in the film, Miguel, was voiced by Kenneth Branagh. Who woulda guessed it?
2 Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Oh Milo. Milo Milo Milo. You punched way above your league, but somehow got the girl. As happens weirdly often in these films.
Anyway, Milo was actually Michael J. Fox. Michael J Fox! What a world we live in.
3 Fern Gully
Remember Hexxus, the sinister evil oil blob in Fern Gully?
Voiced by none other than Tim Curry. If anyone could play an evil, oozing mass of darkness, he'd be the one to pull it off.
5 The Prince of Egypt
The Prince of Egypt was an absolute staple, especially if you were raised a good little christian.
Far from an obscure bible story cartoon, however, Ramses was voiced by Ralph Fiennes, who you might recognise the most as Voldemort in the Harry Potter films.
And Miriam? Sandra Bullock - she appears at 1:09 here:
Anastasia, one of those kind-of-disturbing but highly re-watchable childhood films, is packed with big names.
Christopher Lloyd is the bloody-terrifying Rasputin, too. I don't know if we can ever look at Christopher in the same way again.
HOW DID WE EVER SLEEP AS CHILDREN?
Oh, Antz. It couldn't beat the popularity of A Bug's Life, even though it was better, and had a funky 'z' at the end.
Feature image: Riordan King, Warner Bros