Apple adds 10 Disney classic short films to U.S. iTunes Music Store

Apple has added ten Disney short films which roll back the clock 70 years with Mickey, Donald, Goofy, and the rest of the gang. Offering up some of the animated short films that helped spark the imagination of generations upon generations of children and adults, these ten Disney classics are now available for download exclusively on iTunes.

Short films added:
• The Three Little Pigs – 1933
• Building a Building – 1933
• The Tortoise and the Hare – 1935
• The Old Mill – 1937
• Good Scouts – 1938
• Brave Little Tailor – 1938
• Ferdinand and the Bull – 1938
• The Ugly Duckling – 1939
• The Pointer – 1939
• How to Play Football – 1944

Click to launch iTunes Music Store.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews readers “Posner” and “macnut222” for the heads up.]

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24 Comments

  1. where are all the people saying the merger had nothing to do with apple? or providing more iTunes content?

    mw “get”, as in do not get it twisted, this merger has everything to do with apple, get it through your head

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