Steamboat Willie (1928)
The first original Disney animation to be produced. It was particularly renown to be the first animation to successful synchronise sound within the animation.
Disney's Fantasia featured visual animation as an interpretation to classical music, establishing much of the whimsical fantasy that Disney is often associated with. Such as the scene of the dancing mushrooms, bringing inanimate objects to life full of charm and character. It was also featured in full colour.
Night on Bald Mountain Part 1 (1940)
Features a fantastic interpretation of evil, set in a little village at the foot of a mountain.
The art for this quite amazing being particularly dark and unsettling that is often not recognised of Disney.
Mickey The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)
Perhaps most renown of Disney's Fantasia, is Mickey as the Sorcerer's Apprentice. The style of animation in full colour with squash and stretch, anticipation and timing is most iconic of Disney, as Mickey is most recognisable as he is today capturing most of his characteristics.