For Disney animated movies, there is a subset of so-called "Disney Classics". These distinguish the really well-known/acclaimed films such as "The Lion King", "Snow White", "Aladdin", "Bambi" et al, from rather more low-budget or less well-known films such as "The Brave Little Toaster", "Teacher's Pet", "Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers" and so on. For example, typically Disney theme park rides will be adaptations of the "classic" movies as opposed to others.
For live-action films a similar line can be drawn: one has the classic films like "Treasure Island", "Swiss Family Robinson", "Pollyanna", and so on; however there are also a huge number of films that practically no-one will ever have heard of, such as "The Light In The Forest", "Tonka", "Superdad" and many more.
Is there a distinction that can be made in order to isolate that group of Disney live-action films which are perhaps part of common parlance when referring to "Disney movies"?