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    Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

    This is a discussion on Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies within the Sky news and announcements forums, part of the SkyUser Announcements category; I have to agree with Takeshi55. Scubbie, you're not answering (or reading) his questions!...

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      Re: Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

      I have to agree with Takeshi55. Scubbie, you're not answering (or reading) his questions!


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      Re: Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

      Please accept my apologies for not answering it suitably. At the moment I haven't heard anything more than everyone else about whether a channel will show these old cartoons.

      What may be of interest though is an alternative option:

      There are many Disney DVDs being sold cheaply in the shops right now. The collection includes many of the old favourites.

      There are box sets available of many of the old shorts, for example:

      http://www.amazon.co.uk/Walt-Disney-...onald+duck+dvd

      The Complete Goofy [DVD]: Amazon.co.uk: Film & TV

      Vintage Mickey Mouse Style CD/DVD Visor Organizer: Amazon.co.uk: Car & Motorbike

      Looney Tunes - The Complete Golden Collection Volumes 1-6 DVD: Amazon.co.uk: Film & TV

      Walt Disney Treasures - Pluto (2 Dvd): Amazon.co.uk: animazione, !!!: Film & TV

      I appreciate that they are DVDs and will therefore only be SD quality. I also appreciate that sometimes it is nice to watch what is broadcast on the TV, rather than to spend more money on a DVD collection.

      Sadly TV broadcasters do change their line up periodically and there will always be some who would love the previous line up to continue. I could list lots of different UK and US series which were cancelled for different reasons. Perhaps the current status of not showing the older Disney cartoons could be likened to this.

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      Re: Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

      Again, Looney Tunes isn't Disney and I'm talking about Cartoon Series' from the 90s-00s, not classic theatrical cartoons from the 20s-60s.

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      Re: Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

      And once again, Scubbie, you haven't answered his question!

      Are you a robot?

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      Re: Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

      That is twice in the same thread you accuse me of not answering the question.

      I see nothing productive coming from you at all.


      The floor is yours, provided that you can give an answer...

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      Re: Introducing Sky Movies Disney the home of new and classic Disney movies

      In fairness to scubbie she has answered the question.

      There is no sky channel atm that shows ALL Disney only series'

      Cartoon network from time to time do show some Disney series'
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