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Can you identify these animated classics from one movie frame?

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TODAY’s Tamron Hall, Willie Geist and Al Roker play a fun game inspired by BuzzFeed in which they try to identify famous animated films with nothing to go on except a frozen frame from one of the first scenes. Al has no problem spotting “Shrek” and “the Lion King” in a nanosecond.