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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    Originally posted by HulonPateJr View Post
    I have contacted Vudu as my Vudu version of OZ is mysteriously gone. I redeemed both the itunes and vudu from the digital copy. I have watched it via Vudu stream and now it seems its gone. Have had this problem with a few others too. Movies 186 last count in my Vudu-ultraviolet-Flixter account so its hard to keep up when one goes missing.
    This movie should continue to show in your VUDU library. It will not transfer to UV, as Disney is not a UV partner at this point.

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  • breakingme10
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    I REALLY WISH WE COULD REDEEM THOSE ITUNES CODES FOR VUDU INSTEAD! I don't like having to download a large file to my iPad or iPhone just to watch it without having the need of the disc. The file is way too large when you have 100+ disney movies. I really wish we could add all those to our vudu accounts so I'm not carting a huge stack of movies between my parents houses for my nephew.

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  • scottmcasey
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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    Originally posted by scottmcasey View Post
    I had 3 Disney movies disappear from iTunes Cloud:
    - Beauty and the Beast
    - Lady and the Tramp
    - Lion King

    Wish I could have all my old Disney digital copies on VUDU instead.
    UPDATE: Today, all 3 are available again.

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  • HulonPateJr
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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    I have contacted Vudu as my Vudu version of OZ is mysteriously gone. I redeemed both the itunes and vudu from the digital copy. I have watched it via Vudu stream and now it seems its gone. Have had this problem with a few others too. Movies 186 last count in my Vudu-ultraviolet-Flixter account so its hard to keep up when one goes missing.

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  • scottmcasey
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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    I had 3 Disney movies disappear from iTunes Cloud:
    - Beauty and the Beast
    - Lady and the Tramp
    - Lion King

    Wish I could have all my old Disney digital copies on VUDU instead.

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  • LuzRinggold
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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    When you buy a Disney movie (or any movie) it doesn't go away. I have bought a few Disney movies and have at least one that I bought a physical disc with a code (Oz the Great and Powerful). They are all still in my movie library on Vudu.

    I am not aware of any limitation in regards to time when you buy a digital copy of a movie. Of course Disney is not UV, but I know that UV licenses are forever based on the UV website. If there were any such expiration date or time limit it would have to be clearly stated when you make your purchase.

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  • aced411
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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    Originally posted by DanielH View Post
    I own it! Still available to stream!
    Super awesome, thanks for the reply! It's looking more like I may end up buying from VUDU from now on

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    Re: Disney movies still in the locker?

    Originally posted by aced411 View Post
    I saw this morning that Disney pulled many of their movies from the iTunes cloud (and Amazon...seems just about everywhere) and the license expired. One of the movies mentioned was Lion King. Has anyone bought a Disney movie from Vudu, and if so is it showing as viewable? If the movies are still available to stream, that would really put weight behind Vudu's claim that you own the content.
    I own it! Still available to stream!

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    Disney movies still in the locker?

    I saw this morning that Disney pulled many of their movies from the iTunes cloud (and Amazon...seems just about everywhere) and the license expired. One of the movies mentioned was Lion King. Has anyone bought a Disney movie from Vudu, and if so is it showing as viewable? If the movies are still available to stream, that would really put weight behind Vudu's claim that you own the content.
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