From Fast Company:
Disney superfan Aish, who blogs as Disney’s New Groove, recently put together a timeline of almost every Disney movie ever–Pixar movies are unfortunately excluded–placing them in the appropriate historical context. We start off with Dinosaur and Brother Bear, which covers 65 million BC through 10,000 BC, before moving closer to the birth of Christ, and The Sword and the Stone, which takes place 400 years later. We then pass through the Dark Ages of The Black Cauldron and slowly move up to the present, and even the future promised by Treasure Planet. It’s a wild ride through time, created over 75 years of moviemaking.