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#83
I hope it has these:
  1. All Disney Television Animation shows (i.e. every one from Disney Afternoon, every one from One Saturday Morning, etc.)
  2. The Golden Girls
  3. Boy Meets World
  4. Smart Guy
  5. Honey, I Shrunk The Kids: The TV Show
  6. All Disney Channel original series
  7. All 120 episodes of The Muppet Show (1976-1981) uncut and remastered, including those from seasons 4 and 5
  8. Muppet Babies (1984)
  9. Little Muppet Monsters
  10. The Jim Henson Hour
  11. Muppets Tonight
  12. All the shows that aired on Vault Disney (i.e. Zorro, The Mickey Mouse Club)
    And much more!
What do you think?
 
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#84
^Good list.
Didn’t know Disney owns The Golden Girls.

I’d like all the DTV / Disneytoon movies to be on the platform to, just because a few of them are pretty good, plus I’d love to see Ducktales: Treasure of The Lost Lamp again.. And I’d like all of their animated films that aren’t from WDAS, like The Goofy Movie, Roger Rabbit, James and the Giant Peach, Nightmare Before Christmas, and The Brave Little Toaster.
All their animated shorts would be great.

ALL of their Marvel animated series. Hopefully, Specacular Spider-Man will be included.

All the Fox Kids shows they have the full rights to which should include The Tick, Eek! the Cat, and Peter Pan and the Pirates, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Zazoo U (childhood fav), Life with Louie, Mad Jack the Pirate....and others.

Also, the Jetix cartoons they own the rights to.

The Stitch anime, alongside both Avengers anime series.
Honestly it’ll be fun to see what shows up, since I assume the shows they have distribution rights to should be able to show up on the service.


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May 18, 2017
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#85
^Good list.
Didn’t know Disney owns The Golden Girls.

I’d like all the DTV / Disneytoon movies to be on the platform to, just because a few of them are pretty good, plus I’d love to see Ducktales: Treasure of The Lost Lamp again.. And I’d like all of their animated films that aren’t from WDAS, like The Goofy Movie, Roger Rabbit, James and the Giant Peach, Nightmare Before Christmas, and The Brave Little Toaster.
All their animated shorts would be great.

ALL of their Marvel animated series. Hopefully, Specacular Spider-Man will be included.

All the Fox Kids shows they have the full rights to which should include The Tick, Eek! the Cat, and Peter Pan and the Pirates, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Zazoo U (childhood fav), Life with Louie, Mad Jack the Pirate....and others.

Also, the Jetix cartoons they own the rights to.

The Stitch anime, alongside both Avengers anime series.
Honestly it’ll be fun to see what shows up, since I assume the shows they have distribution rights to should be able to show up on the service.


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Well I added The Golden Girls because Touchstone and Buena Vista worked on it and Buena Vista is related to Disney.

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#86
Since no service actually has them, I'm hoping for the Disney Afternoon shows, which almost seem like a guarantee.

The old Disney Channel original movies would be great to see too, and when I say "old" I mean real old, like Tim Burton's Hansel and Gretel, or Mr Boogedy the former of which never getting an official Disney release for decades.

It'd also be nice to see if they made a deal with GKids, it'd be great to see some Ghibli there.
 
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#88
I hope it has these:
  1. All Disney Television Animation shows (i.e. every one from Disney Afternoon, every one from One Saturday Morning, etc.)
  2. The Golden Girls
  3. Boy Meets World
  4. Smart Guy
  5. Honey, I Shrunk The Kids: The TV Show
  6. All Disney Channel original series
  7. All 120 episodes of The Muppet Show (1976-1981) uncut and remastered, including those from seasons 4 and 5
  8. Muppet Babies (1984)
  9. Little Muppet Monsters
  10. The Jim Henson Hour
  11. Muppets Tonight
  12. All the shows that aired on Vault Disney (i.e. Zorro, The Mickey Mouse Club)
    And much more!
What do you think?
The Jim Henson Hour would be tough. Half of the stuff on it like The Storyteller and Dog City are owned by other studios. Also pretty sure the Henson Company doesn't want Little Muppet Monsters to see the light of day.
 
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#89
The Jim Henson Hour would be tough. Half of the stuff on it like The Storyteller and Dog City are owned by other studios. Also pretty sure the Henson Company doesn't want Little Muppet Monsters to see the light of day.
What do you mean "Little Muppet Monsters" won't see the light of day? It has to!
P.S. Maybe they could edit out the stuff from The Jim Henson Hour Disney doesn't own.

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#90
What do you mean "Little Muppet Monsters" won't see the light of day? It has to!
P.S. Maybe they could edit out the stuff from The Jim Henson Hour Disney doesn't own.

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The reason it was canceled after three episodes was because the Hensons were embarrassed by it. The animation was so inferior to the puppet stuff that the Hensons didn't want kids to compare them. It probably also made Muppet Babies look bad by comparison too so that was another reason to cancel it. It is the Muppet version of The Star Wars Holiday Special.

And if they took out all of the stuff from The Jim Henson Hour Disney didn't own, it would no longer be an hour. Plus they'd never be able to play the Theme song or have the unedited Henson introductions. Best bet is for Disney to renegotiate their contract with Henson and buy all of the secondary stuff during the next go round. Until then I don't want to see only half of The Jim Henson Hour.
 
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#91
The reason it was canceled after three episodes was because the Hensons were embarrassed by it. The animation was so inferior to the puppet stuff that the Hensons didn't want kids to compare them. It probably also made Muppet Babies look bad by comparison too so that was another reason to cancel it. It is the Muppet version of The Star Wars Holiday Special.

And if they took out all of the stuff from The Jim Henson Hour Disney didn't own, it would no longer be an hour. Plus they'd never be able to play the Theme song or have the unedited Henson introductions. Best bet is for Disney to renegotiate their contract with Henson and buy all of the secondary stuff during the next go round. Until then I don't want to see only half of The Jim Henson Hour.
Oh, you're right.

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#97
I hope it has these:
  1. All Disney Television Animation shows (i.e. every one from Disney Afternoon, every one from One Saturday Morning, etc.)
  2. The Golden Girls
  3. Boy Meets World
  4. Smart Guy
  5. Honey, I Shrunk The Kids: The TV Show
  6. All Disney Channel original series
  7. All 120 episodes of The Muppet Show (1976-1981) uncut and remastered, including those from seasons 4 and 5
  8. Muppet Babies (1984)
  9. Little Muppet Monsters
  10. The Jim Henson Hour
  11. Muppets Tonight
  12. All the shows that aired on Vault Disney (i.e. Zorro, The Mickey Mouse Club)
    And much more!
What do you think?
I hope one of the One Saturday Morning shows that can make it onto Disney+ will be none other than Seasons 5-7 of Doug. Just because the show has a rights issue between Nickelodeon and Disney, doesn't mean all the episodes can't be available for streaming.
 
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#98
I hope one of the One Saturday Morning shows that can make it onto Disney+ will be none other than Seasons 5-7 of Doug. Just because the show has a rights issue between Nickelodeon and Disney, doesn't mean all the episodes can be available for streaming.
But this didn't stop them from putting "Doug's Secret Christmas" on Disney Channel on Demand in 2014 and 2015!

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#99
But this didn't stop them from putting "Doug's Secret Christmas" on Disney Channel on Demand in 2014 and 2015!
I'm pretty sure he meant: Just because the show has a rights issue between Nickelodeon and Disney, doesn't mean all the episodes can't be available for streaming.

As in: they should be available for streaming despite the rights issue.
 
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