What are the good non-commercialized movies for kids?

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We live in a movie house, or well, we did before we had kids. I enjoy movies much more than I do television shows, to an extent. (As I've found with my husband and his sister, there is such a thing as too many movies watched.) My main problem with them is that it seems that almost every movie aimed at children is commercialized.

That got me to thinking about what good movies there are out there for younger children that don't have every single action figure/toy available on the market.

I've been searching around, trying to decide what movies would be good for kids who are about 4 to 6-years-old and older. Here's what I have so far:

Do you know of any other movies that would be good for my kids in a year or two (I plan early) that wouldn't involve characters we'd normally see in our popular consumer culture?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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