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Category Elimination - Disney Animated Movies

In each group, name any answer which matches the first category to reveal the second category, then name any answer which applies to both categories to reveal a third, and so on.
DAMs refer to Disney Animated Movies, clarified below.
# = the number of answers possible. Answer must correspond to the highlighted yellow box.
Only the 57 WDAS movies released as of September 2019, Source.
Theatrical releases only. Doesn't include Pixar or other Disney subsidiaries
Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: October 25, 2019
First submittedSeptember 29, 2019
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#
Category
41
DAMs with more than one word
21
... nominated for an Academy Award
6
... with a runtime of at least 90 minutes
1
... with a number in its title
Big Hero 6
 
 
 
#
Category
38
DAMs released before the year 2000
15
... with a budget of at least $10 million
8
... with the word "the" in the title
1
... with a Metacritic score of at least 90%
Beauty and
the Beast
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Category
33
DAMs with at least $100m at the box office
15
... with a non-human character in its title
5
... released after 2004
1
... which was a sequel
Ralph Breaks
the Internet
 
 
 
#
Category
46
DAMs which aren't a Disney Princess movie
28
... with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 80% or more
8
... which won an Academy Award
1
... with a runtime of at least 2 hours
Fantasia
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level 65
Sep 29, 2019
Great quiz!!
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level 47
Oct 1, 2019
Could you accept Wreck it Ralph 2 for Ralph breaks the Internet? I know that it's not the actual name but it's a fairly common way of naming sequels.
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level 64
Oct 1, 2019
Added now, thanks :)
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level 23
Dec 27, 2019
In the blue, what about Frozen?
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level 64
Dec 27, 2019
Frozen works for the first, due to Box Office takings, but since the title doesn't contain a character at all (let alone a non-human one) then it doesn't work for the second category or any thereafter in the blue.
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level 66
Jan 9, 2020
Just curious how Ralph Breaks the Internet has a non-human character in the title, unless you're counting video game characters as non-human (he is a human video game character). Unless you're counting "the internet" as a character...
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level 64
Jan 9, 2020
I counted Ralph as a non-human character, since he's a video game character. Despite being a human video game character, he's still not human in my books.