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101 Dalmatians II: Patch´s London Adventure star
Patch longs to stand out among all the other spots and be that one-of-a-kind puppy. During his London adventure, Patch gets that chance and a whole lot more. Read more at 101 Dalmatians II: Patch´s London Adventure.

Beauty and the Beast 3D star
If you have always loved Beauty and Beast, it's time to check it out in 3D. Join Belle, Gaston, Mrs. Potts, Maurice, Lumiere and, let's not forget, little Chip, as they hit the big screen in this timeless Disney classic, with its all new 3D imagery.

Bolt star
Bolt, a character in a television series, believes he actually has superpowers, and sets out to rescue his loving owner Penny from the evil Dr. Calico. Will Bolt learn the truth about his so-called superpowers, and the truth about himself?

Finding Nemo Is Still A Winner star
It follows a clown fish down the east coast of Australia. It features the voices of Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres. And, it also triumphed at the box office around the world. But to put the icing on the cake, it won Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards.

Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas star
Watch as this trio of Christmas stories adds up to an hour of heartfelt fun, capped off by the gang singing "Jingle Bells." Perfect holiday cheer for those 4 and up.

Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas star
While the animation style is new, what hasn't changed is Disney's commitment to stories with wholesome values: Mickey and the gang remind viewers that the holiday season is not about selfishness, flashy parties, and expensive gifts, but about selflessness and the celebration of family and friends.

Monsters, Inc on Blu-ray and DVD star
If you loved Monsters, Inc before, then you'll definitely be amazed with this Pixar hit on Blu-ray. With vibrant colors and an even sharper and crisper picture, Monsters, Inc is sheer brilliance. Read how the Monsters, Inc 4-Disc Combo Pack may make you everyone's favorite gift-giver this holiday.

Ponyo star
When an adventurous little goldfish is rescued by a little boy, a very special friendship develops when these two pure hearts are united. However, is the little boy's friendship and love for the little goldfish true enough to give her what she desires most and restore the balance of nature?

Princess and the Frog star
Take one greedy prince, one woman with a dream and a magical kiss and what do you get? It's Disney's Princess and the Frog. Now, you can experience all the wonder of a timeless classic fairy tale with a modern day twist.

Tangled star
Disney has put a new twist on one of the most beloved fairy tales ever with Tangled. You can best believes that your entire family will thoroughly enjoy all the fun and excitement in this animated adventure film. Find out how TANGLED’s hair-raising adventure will keep viewers entertained throughout

The Jungle Book 2 star
Starting where the original Jungle Book movie ended, Mowgli gets restless in his new village home, and decides to return to the "bare necessities" in The Jungle Book 2.

Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue star
Tinker Bell, the world’s favorite fairy, is spreading her glee and magic for audiences of all ages once again. Don't miss Tinks' first chance encounter with humans!

Up star
If you take hilarity and amusement and add sincerity and warmth, what do you get? The answer is "Up"! Directed by Pete Docter and co-directed & screen-written by Bob Peterson of Disney Pixar, "Up" is an amazingly entertaining and heartfelt animated adventure that the entire family will surely enjoy.

Up Junket with Pete Docter and Bob Peterson star
If you would like to know more about the "Up" movie, the inspirations behind its characters, or just have an interest in animation, then take a look at what Pete Docter and Bob Peterson, the creators of "Up," had to say about their experience with creating the #1 Animated Film of the Year.

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