Were you a fan of TaleSpin growing up? Do you have fond memories of classic specials like Sport Goofy in Soccermania or Fluppy Dogs? Did you enjoy cartoons like DuckTales, Gargoyles, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command or Peper Ann?
Would you love to enjoy these titles on DVD or Blu Ray and maybe raise your kids on the same classic entertainment you were raised on? If so, then you have come to the right place.
Since May 2010, the aim of Disney Afternoon Forever (originally Open Vault Disney) has been to get people who love classic Disney TV animation that have been left unreleased to ban together to convince the Walt Disney Company to release these titles.
We understand that to achieve this aim, we have to view it from the “business perspective,” as in Disney is more likely to release these titles if they feel they will make a profit on it that pleases them. To that end, our main focus is to get Disney to fully immerse into the world of DVD-on-Demand just like Warner Bros. has with their Warner Archive.
They had in 2011 started a DVD-on-Demand collection, sold through Amazon.com called The Disney Generations Collection that then ended in 2012. What we want to do is see a return to this practice and direct this collection into the release of unreleased Disney TV animation or encourage Disney to release more titles as exclusives on traditional DVD from their Disney Movie Club.
We hope that some titles that could be released the DVD-on-Demand route could end up so popular that they end up in a proper, retail DVD releases in time, like many of the NickToon titles that were originally sold via the DVD-on-Demand option on Amazon, but will be satisfied just to have them released at all.
Please let other Disney fans or fans of any of the stuff we are trying to get released here know about us. As well, feel free to write to the e-mail and business addresses in our contacts page, as well as send faxes and make phone calls. Share these addresses with freinds and family. Make sure you write often and let’s flood Disney’s mail box and telephone lines! It’s the only way we’ll make our point to them.