The Disney deal is probably one of the greatest things to happen to Netflix in a long time. Now some of the best Disney classics are available to stream instantly. Obviously there were some that got left off the list (ahem…Lion King), but this is a pretty decent start.
Ever wondered how Sherlock Holmes would act as a mouse? No? Well, you can find out anyway.
A young Native American woman tries to bring peace between white settlers and the other members of her tribe, all while finding time to paint with all the colors of the wind.
A wealthy woman decides to leave her entire fortune to her four cats, and the butler is not happy.
A fox and a hound try to preserve their friendship when their species are supposed to be mortal enemies.
A young girl has one of the weirdest dreams in history. Was it drug-induced? You decide.
6. The Rescuers
The fate of a young girl rests in the capable paws of two mice, Bernard and Bianca. You’d be surprised what these little guys can accomplish. The sequel to this movie is also available.
Hopefully, more movies will be added in the future, but at least we have these Disney gems to help us be patient!
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