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Old 03-08-2019, 02:27 PM   #1  
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Disney Moving All ‘Vault’ Movies to Streaming Service

Disney plans to move all legacy original movie franchises such as The Lion King, 101 Damations, Bambi and The Little Mermaid from its “vault” and onto the pending Disney+ subscription streaming service.

CEO Bob Iger alluded to the change March 7 during the media giant’s annual shareholder meeting in St. Louis.
“At some point fairly soon after launching, [Disney+] will house the entire Disney motion picture library,” Iger said. “So, movies that have traditionally been kept in the vault, and basically been brought out every few years, will be on the [streaming] service,” Iger said.

The Disney Vault was a marketing plan originated by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment that put select packaged media release movies, animated features and sequels on retail moratorium.
The idea being that advertising advocating consumers to purchase select titles before they “go into the vault” for a period years heightened retail demand.

The marketing was successful as Finding Nemo and Beauty and the Beast rank the top-selling DVD and sixth best-selling Blu-ray Disc titles, respectively, in the United States.

Nemo, which was released in 2003, has generated more than $677 million from sales of nearly 39 million DVDs. Beast has generated $102 million from 4.5 million Blu-ray units sold.

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I look forward to watching Song of the South again.
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Disney+ will premier November 12th for $6.99. CAPTAIN MARVEL and THE SIMPSONS will be available on day one.


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I would almost guarantee that Song of the South will never be on the service
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The service is aiming to have “7,500 episodes of current and off-air TV shows, 25 original series and 10 original movies and specials, 400 library movie titles, and 100 recent theatrical films” online in the first year. Also in the first year, all the Star Wars films will be available, along with the Marvel 2019 film slate. Day One, the service will also include the new Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian.
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