I represent the teenybopper nostalgia crew:
Homeward Bound, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Rookie of the Year, and The Princess and the Cobbler all bring back fond memories for me.
As a note:
I saw "The Princess and the Cobbler" teased on one of the indoor Disney Store screens in-between other previews and commercials, and waited patiently to see it.
It was gone before it arrived.
If you hunt down more info, you'll find out why. It was in production when Vincent Price was still alive to be the villian, speaking in iambic pentameter. The mute cobbler is changed to a voice-under by Matthew Broderick in the final version, and the princess is, unfortunately, named "Princess Yum-yum".
I found it on our channel 11 one day, and ended up having to split the recording on videocassettes. Finally, now older, I caught a release of it on DVD.
If you see the DVD version, you can get it, OR, there is an edited version that could be closer to the original intent of the film and scoring, but you have to hunt for it.
Unless you can find a link