10 Forgotten Disney Sequels You Didn’t Know Existed

Disney always knows how to properly cash in on different movies, characters, and properties. From hiding films in the vault to created sequels to classic hits, they have made a lot of money and content over the years. While some Disney sequels like Return to Neverland can be a huge success, there are some that go under the radar or just aren’t noticed as much. These are the forgotten sequels of Disney films.

In 1997, Hercules stormed his way onto the big screen for a fun adventure that mixed Disney animation with Greek mythology. Fans of the film can enjoy even more Hercules action as the character trains in Hercules: Zero to Hero. Cinderella is a Disney classic, but that didn’t stop the company from releasing two sequels for it. The second one, Cinderella III: A Twist in Time is an often forgotten story that mixes elements of Lost and Back to the Future together. So many people have seen the Toy Story sequels, but back in 1996 ABC aired a number of short films that basically compiled a movie within the movie. You can relive the story of the Lion King in an odd and confusing sequel entitled The Lion King 1 ½. A Goofy Movie is a Disney classic featuring great music and a nice father and son tale, but things get a little crazy for the cheaply made Extremely Goofy Movie sequel. It seems like there wasn’t much to do after Rapunzel cut her hair in Tangled, but Disney produced a sequel short entitled Tangled Ever After. Disney channel original movies used to be extremely popular and Johnny Tsunami is one of the main reasons why. This is probably why Disney released Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board years later. Watch to see these forgotten sequels and other ones for films like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and the 101 Dalmatians.