You can sing “The cast or “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” with , but that doesn’t mean Disney+ has every Disney-owned on it yet. In fact, there are currently over 30 , or rather, musicals that Disney owns. with
We already know that Disney has 600 film and television shows that still aren’t on the Disney+ streaming service and musicals are no exception. Many of these were purchased from 20th Century Fox during Disney’s acquisition of the company, so it’s perhaps not a surprise that they’re still not on the service. However, that doesn’t make them any less classic, and many of these musical theatre gems regularly top critic polls.
Let’s check out the classic that every should see at some point.
Which musicals owned by Disney aren’t on ?
Equally perplexing is the missing Rogers and Hammerstein Cinderella, an that reinvented the with color-blind casting that was widely praised as a diverse and tight . A number of movies are still outstanding, too.
Make way for The 2 I guess…?
Being serious, it’s most likely a rights issue for most of these, and while the isn’t clear with Enchanted, it could will be that the Mouse is waiting for its long-awaited sequel to launch before releasing it on .
The full list of on Disney+
Thanks to What’s On Disney Plus, we have the full list of missing musicals:
1. Anastasia (1997)
2. Make Mine Music (1946)
3. Enchanted (2007)
4. So Dear to My Heart (1948)
5. Cinderella (1997)
6. Carousel (1956)
7. The King And I (1956)
8. Oklahoma! (1955)
9. South Pacific (1958)
10. State Fair (1945)
11. Step Up (2006)
12. The Happiest Millionaire (1967)
13. The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968)
14. Polly! (1989)
15. Polly: Comin’ Home! (1990)
16. Summer Magic (1963)
17. The Waltz King (1963)
18. Geppetto (2000)
20. AFamily Christmas (1987)
21. TheMusicians Of Bremen (1972)
22. The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz (2005)
23. The Music Man (2003)
24. That Thing You Do! (1996)
25. Bright Eyes (1934)
26. Doctor Dolittle (1967)
27. Scrooge (1970)
28. Stars And Stripes Forever: Theof John Philip Sousa (1952)
29. There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954)
30. Simply Mad About the Mouse: ACelebration of Imagination (1991)
31. The Hunchback of Notre Dame Festival of FunSpectacular (ABC, 1996)
32. Tarzan in Concert with Phil Collins (ABC, 1999)
and Disney go hand in hand. Most Disney classics contain at least one iconic , though recently their choices have moved away from this mold with -less classics like Wreck it Ralph and Big Hero 6. I also can’t imagine Rey singing a duet with Luke in the next .
Still, theis a Disney staple that I don’t see going anywhere. We love movie musicals and nobody does em better than Disney. From Camp Rock, to The Jungle Book, to pretty much every other Disney animation classic (my favorite is Winnie the Pooh 2011), Disney is king of the movie musical, particularly in the animation department.
Let’s just hope theseend up on the streaming service eventually.
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