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I tried to chat with customer service but it went nowhere and they said that they will talk to team, however for Fox movies, it is obvious and as for Disney like Randy Cunningham 9th Grade Ninja and The Sword and the Stone, it don't make any sense since they aren't on contract with other streaming service.
 
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I tried to chat with customer service but it went nowhere and they said that they will talk to team, however for Fox movies, it is obvious and as for Disney like Randy Cunningham 9th Grade Ninja and The Sword and the Stone, it don't make any sense since they aren't on contract with other streaming service.
Well i already checked the news about Disney guest already pulled sword out of the stone so yeah i could see why Disney+ pulled The Sword and the Stone from streaming.
 
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Disney+ is going to launch in India on 29 March via Hotstar.

 

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Disney+ is going to launch in India on 29 March via Hotstar.

It's probably gonna have Doraemon and Kiteretsu and nothing else

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Disney+ is already available in Japan, but not the way you expect it.

The service's American version is available to American military bases in Japan to subscribers of Americable in mainland bases and Mediatti in Okinawa. It's yet unknown when exactly will the Japanese service launch.
 

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I just noticed that The Sword in the Stone is back up on Disney+, at least in the U.S. That was a scary couple of days... (well okay, not "scary", but I did wonder what was going on)
 

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Well, I'm glad Sword In The Stone is back on the platform, but I wish they should've added House of Mouse in the first place. But, I guess that's just me. I don't want to get obsessed and cranky anyway. But still, glad to hear that Sword In the Stone is back.
 

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Very good question. Could be because of existing licensing deals, but I honestly have no idea.
Usually licensing deals are the reason, but the instances of movies or seasons of shows being added only to disappear after a few months or even weeks is bizarre.
But I am glad that Sword in the Stone is back. For anyone curious, the only non-recent films of the Disney Animated Canon that aren’t on the service is Make Mine Music and Tarzan (which is part of a Netflix deal)


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Usually licensing deals are the reason, but the instances of movies or seasons of shows being added only to disappear after a few months or even weeks is bizarre.
But I am glad that Sword in the Stone is back. For anyone curious, the only non-recent films of the Disney Animated Canon that aren’t on the service is Make Mine Music and Tarzan (which is part of a Netflix deal)


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Bolt and Princess & the frog aren't either. Wasn't DreamWorks a part of this as well? Cause if so Netflix has a bunch of those.

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