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|headquarters = Burbank, California, U.S.
 
|headquarters = Burbank, California, U.S.
 
|replaced by names = [[Disney XD]]
 
|replaced by names = [[Disney XD]]
|sister names = [[Disney Channel]]<br>[[Playhouse Disney]]}}'''Toon Disney''' was a 24-hour American cable television channel owned by [[the Walt Disney Company]] that aired mostly children's animated television series. A spin-off of [[Disney Channel]], Toon Disney showed children's cartoons 24 hours a day (except for minimal live-action programming); its format had similarities to those of [[Cartoon Network]] and [[NickToons]]. Toon Disney's target audience were children ages 2–14, with the exceptions of programming used in a night time block aimed at children ages 7–14 called Jetix. A Spanish language audio track was available on Toon Disney through the SAP option; some cable and satellite systems also offered the Spanish language feed as a separate channel.
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|sister names = [[Disney Channel]]<br>[[Playhouse Disney]]}}
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'''Toon Disney''' was a 24-hour American cable television channel owned by [[the Walt Disney Company]] that aired mostly children's animated television series. A spin-off of the [[Disney Channel]], Toon Disney showed animated children's programming 24 hours a day (except for minimal live-action programming); its format had similarities to those of {{WikipediaLink|Cartoon Network}} and the later {{WikipediaLink|Nicktoons (TV channel)|Nicktoons}}. Toon Disney's target audience were children ages 2–11, with the exceptions of programming used in a night time block aimed at children ages 6–15 called [[Jetix (US)|Jetix]]. A [[Spain|Spanish]] language audio track was available on Toon Disney through the SAP option; some cable and satellite systems also offered the Spanish language feed as a separate channel.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Toon Disney launched on [[April 18]], [[1998]] (coinciding with [[Disney Channel]]'s 15th anniversary), as a spin-off of the Disney Channel and the very first cartoon to be aired, was ''[[The Sorcerer's Apprentice]]''. Originally, the channel's programming consisted of older Disney animated television series, including those from ''[[The Disney Afternoon]]''. Toon Disney has also shown some other cartoons, most of them produced by DIC Entertainment, which was Disney owned at the time the network was launched. For the first year of the channel's existence, a block of programs seen on Toon Disney would air on Sunday evenings on Disney Channel as a "sneak preview" of the channel for interested subscribers.
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===1998-2008: Launch of the channel===
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Toon Disney launched on [[April 18]], [[1998]] (coinciding with the [[Disney Channel]]'s 15th anniversary), with its very first program being ''[[The Sorcerer's Apprentice]]'' segment from ''[[Fantasia]]''. Originally, the channel's programming consisted primarily of older Disney animated television series, including those from ''[[The Disney Afternoon]]''. Toon Disney also showed some other animated series that Disney owned the rights to (mainly shows produced by DIC Entertainment, which was owned by Disney at the time the network was launched). For the first year of the channel's existence, a block of the programs seen on Toon Disney would air on Sunday evenings on the Disney Channel as a "sneak preview" of the channel for interested subscribers.
   
In the 2000s, Toon Disney gained a variety of new programming expanding the vast collection of Disney animation. Many programs from [[Disney's One Saturday Morning]] and [[ABC Kids]] joined the lineup, mostly without the expense of other programs. However, in [[2004]], with the addition of Jetix and reruns of animated programs from Disney Channel, many of the older programs on Toon Disney vanished.
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In the 2000s, Toon Disney gained a variety of new programming expanding the vast collection of Disney animation. Many programs from [[Disney's One Saturday Morning]] and [[ABC Kids]] joined the lineup, mostly without the expense of other programs. However, in [[2004]], with the addition of Jetix and reruns of animated programs from the main Disney Channel, many of the older programs on Toon Disney gradually vanished.
   
Like most other Disney-owned cable channels, starting in [[2008]], Toon Disney began airing in High-Definition (the only ones which didn't were ESPN Classic & SOAPnet). Toon Disney, at launch, was commercial-free until [[September 9]], [[2002]]. This was when the network reached two years of "critical mass" in subscribers of over 15 million.
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Like most other Disney-owned cable channels, starting in [[2008]], Toon Disney began airing in High-Definition (the only ones which didn't were ESPN Classic & SOAPnet). Toon Disney, at launch, was commercial-free until September [[2000]]. This was when the network reached two years of "critical mass" in subscribers of over 15 million.
   
On [[August 6]], [[2008]], Disney-ABC Television Group announced they would rebrand Toon Disney in early [[2009]] as [[Disney XD]], which would be aimed at kids from ages 6 and up. Toon Disney ceased broadcast on [[February 13]], 2009 (two months and five days shy of eleven years since it first started broadcasting), and was rebranded as Disney XD. Toon Disney/Jetix ran a preview night starting at 7:00pm on Thursday, [[February 12]], the day before the network launched, the preview night included more promos about the new Disney XD shows. The final program on the channel was ''The Incredible Hulk'', as part of Jetix. The first program to air on Disney XD was ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]''.
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===2008-2009: Replaced with Disney XD===
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On [[August 6]], [[2008]], Disney-ABC Television Group announced they would rebrand Toon Disney in early [[2009]] as [[Disney XD]], which would be aimed at kids from ages 6 and up. Toon Disney ceased broadcast on [[February 13]], 2009 (two months and five days shy of eleven years since it first started broadcasting), and was rebranded as Disney XD. Toon Disney/Jetix ran a preview night starting at 7:00pm on Thursday, February 12, 2009, the day before the network launched, the preview night included more promos about the new Disney XD shows. The final program on the channel was ''The Incredible Hulk'', as part of Jetix. The first program to air on Disney XD was ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]'' on February 13, 2009 at Midnight.
   
 
==Shows broadcast on Toon Disney==
 
==Shows broadcast on Toon Disney==
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*''[[101 Dalmatians: The Series]]'' (1998-2007)
 
*''[[101 Dalmatians: The Series]]'' (1998-2007)
 
*''[[Adventures of the Gummi Bears]]'' (1998-2001)
 
*''[[Adventures of the Gummi Bears]]'' (1998-2001)
*''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'' (1998-2008)
 
*''[[American Dragon: Jake Long]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[American Dragon: Jake Long]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[Bonkers]]'' (1998-2004, 2007)
 
*''[[Bonkers]]'' (1998-2004, 2007)
*''[[Brandy & Mr. Whiskers]]'' (2006-2009)
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*''[[Brandy & Mr. Whiskers]]'' (2006-2008)
*''[[The Buzz on Maggie]]'' (2006-2007)
 
 
*''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'' (2003-2007)
 
*''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'' (2003-2007)
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*''[[The Buzz on Maggie]]'' (2007)
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*''[[Cars Toons]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Darkwing Duck]]'' (1998-2004, 2007)
 
*''[[Darkwing Duck]]'' (1998-2004, 2007)
 
*''[[Dave the Barbarian]]'' (2005-2009)
 
*''[[Dave the Barbarian]]'' (2005-2009)
*''[[Disney's Doug]]'' (2001-2005)
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*''[[Disney's Doug]]'' (2001-2005, 2008-2009)
 
*''[[Donald's Quack Attack]]'' (1998-2002)
 
*''[[Donald's Quack Attack]]'' (1998-2002)
*''[[DuckTales]]'' (1999-2008)
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*''[[DuckTales]]'' (1999-2004, 2007)
 
*''[[The Emperor's New School]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[The Emperor's New School]]'' (2006-2009)
*''[[The Famous Jett Jackson]]'' (2004)
 
 
*''[[Fillmore!]]'' (2003-2009)
 
*''[[Fillmore!]]'' (2003-2009)
 
*''[[Gargoyles]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Gargoyles]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Goof Troop]]'' (1998-2005, 2006-2008)
 
*''[[Goof Troop]]'' (1998-2005, 2006-2008)
*''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]'' (2000-2008)
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*''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]'' (2000-2009)
 
*''[[House of Mouse]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[House of Mouse]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[Jungle Cubs]]'' (1998-2001)
 
*''[[Jungle Cubs]]'' (1998-2001)
*''[[Kim Possible]]'' (2004-2009)
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*''[[Kim Possible]]'' (2005-2009)
 
*''[[The Legend of Tarzan]]'' (2001, 2003-2009)
 
*''[[The Legend of Tarzan]]'' (2001, 2003-2009)
 
*''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'' (2006-2009)
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*''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]'' (1998-2008)
 
*''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]'' (1998-2008)
*''[[Lloyd in Space]]'' (2002-2007)
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*''[[Lloyd in Space]]'' (2002-2006)
*''[[Marsupilami]]'' (1998-2001)
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*''[[Marsupilami (TV series)|Marsupilami]]'' (1998-2001)
*''[[Mickey's Mouse Tracks]]'' (1998-2002)
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*''[[Mickey's Mouse Tracks]]'' (1998-1999)
*''[[Mighty Ducks (TV series)|Mighty Ducks]]'' (1998-2008)
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*''[[Mickey Mouse Works]]'' (shorts only during the Big Movie Show)
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*''[[Mighty Ducks (TV series)|Mighty Ducks]]'' (1998-2007)
 
*''[[The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh]]'' (1998-2007)
 
*''[[The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh]]'' (1998-2007)
*''[[Pepper Ann]]'' (2001-2007)
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*''[[Pepper Ann]]'' (2001-2008)
 
*''[[Phineas and Ferb]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Phineas and Ferb]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[The Proud Family]]'' (2004-2009)
 
*''[[The Proud Family]]'' (2004-2009)
 
*''[[Quack Pack]]'' (1998-2004, 2007)
 
*''[[Quack Pack]]'' (1998-2004, 2007)
 
*''[[Raw Toonage]]'' (1998-2001)
 
*''[[Raw Toonage]]'' (1998-2001)
*''[[Recess]]'' (2003-2009)
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*''[[Recess]]'' (2001, 2003-2009)
 
*''[[The Replacements]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[The Replacements]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show]]'' (1998-2001, 2007)
 
*''[[The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show]]'' (1998-2001, 2007)
 
*''[[The Suite Life of Zack and Cody]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[The Suite Life of Zack and Cody]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[TaleSpin]]'' (1998-2008)
 
*''[[TaleSpin]]'' (1998-2008)
*''[[Toon Disney Doodles]]'' (1998-2000)
 
 
*''[[Teacher's Pet]]'' (2002-2006)
 
*''[[Teacher's Pet]]'' (2002-2006)
*''[[Teamo Supremo]]'' (2002-2006)
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*''[[Teamo Supremo]]'' (2002-2005)
 
*''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' (1998-2009)
*''[[The Weekenders]]'' (2002-2008)
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*''[[The Weekenders]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[The Wuzzles]]'' (1998-2001)
 
*''[[The Wuzzles]]'' (1998-2001)
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===[[Jetix Animation Concepts]]===
 
===[[Jetix Animation Concepts]]===
 
*''[[Get Ed]]'' (2005-2009)
 
*''[[Get Ed]]'' (2005-2009)
*''Monster Buster Club'' (2008-2009)
 
 
*''[[Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!]]'' (2004-2009)
 
*''[[Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!]]'' (2004-2009)
*''[[W.I.T.C.H. (TV series)|W.I.T.C.H.]]'' (2004-2009)
 
 
*''[[Yin Yang Yo!]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[Yin Yang Yo!]]'' (2006-2009)
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===Jetix Europe===
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*''[[W.I.T.C.H. (TV series)|W.I.T.C.H.]]'' (2004-2008)
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*''A.T.O.M. - Alpha Teens on Machines'' (2006-2009)
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*''Ōban Star-Racers'' (2006-2009)
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*''Pucca'' (2006-2009)
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*''Monster Buster Club'' (2008-2009)
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===Other Disney-owned Shows===
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*''The Avengers: United They Stand'' (2008-2009)
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*''Bump in the Night'' (1998-2001) *
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*''Bureau of Alien Detectors'' (2006-2007)
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*''Digimon'' (2004-2009) *
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*''Dungeons & Dragons'' (2006-2008)
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*''Fantastic Four'' (2008-2009)
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*''The Incredible Hulk'' (2008-2009)
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*''Iron Man'' (2008-2009)
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*''Mon Colle Knights'' (2006-2007) **
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*''NASCAR Racers'' (2006-2008)
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*''[[Power Rangers (franchise)|Power Rangers]]'' (2004-2009) *
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*''Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends'' (2004-2006, 2008-2009)
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*''Spider-Man Unlimited'' (2008-2009)
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*''Shinzo'' (2005-2009) **
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*''The Tick'' (2005-2008)
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*''X-Men'' (2004-2005; 2008-2009)
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*''What's with Andy?'' (2005) **
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*''Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa'' (1998-2001) *
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<small><nowiki>*</nowiki> means the show was owned or licensed by Disney at the time, but no longer is.</small>
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<small><nowiki>**</nowiki> means the show wasn't owned by Disney, but was distributed by them through [[BVS Entertainment]].</small>
   
 
===[[DIC Entertainment]] shows===
 
===[[DIC Entertainment]] shows===
*''[[w:c:sonic:Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog|Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog]]'' (1998-2002)
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As Disney at the time owned DIC Entertainment, many of DIC's programmes had regular timeslots on the channel.
*''Bump in the Night'' (1998-2001)
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*''Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog'' (1998-2002)
*''Care Bears'' (1998-2002)
 
 
*''Gadget Boy'' (1998-2001)
 
*''Gadget Boy'' (1998-2001)
*''Hello Kitty and Friends'' (1998-2002)
 
 
*''The Littles'' (1998-2002)
 
*''The Littles'' (1998-2002)
 
*''Madeline'' (1998-2003)
 
*''Madeline'' (1998-2003)
*''Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action'' (2002-2003)
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*''Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!'' (2002-2003)
 
*''The New Archies'' (1998-2002)
 
*''The New Archies'' (1998-2002)
 
*''Sabrina: The Animated Series'' (2002-2004)
 
*''Sabrina: The Animated Series'' (2002-2004)
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*''The Wizard of Oz'' (1998-2002)
 
*''The Wizard of Oz'' (1998-2002)
   
===Other non-Disney shows===
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===Non-Disney shows===
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*''All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series'' (2006)
 
*''All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series'' (2006)
*''Astro Boy'' (2004-2007)
 
*''Avengers: United They Stand'' (2008-2009)
 
 
*''Batman: The Animated Series'' (2007-2009)
 
*''Batman: The Animated Series'' (2007-2009)
*''Battle B-Daman'' (2004-2006)
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*''Battle B-Daman'' (2005)
*''Bakugan Battle Brawlers'' (2008-2009)
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*''Beyblade'' (2004-2007)
*''Beyblade'' (2004-2009)
 
 
*''Blazing Dragons'' (1999-2002)
 
*''Blazing Dragons'' (1999-2002)
*''Bureau of Alien Detectors'' (2004-2006)
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*''Dragon Booster'' (2004-2007)
*''Captain Flamingo'' (2007-2009)
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*''Captain Flamingo'' (2008-2009)
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*''The Care Bears Family'' (1998-2002)
 
*''Chaotic'' (2007-2009)
 
*''Chaotic'' (2007-2009)
*''Daigunder'' (2005-2006)
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*''Daigunder'' (2006-2007)
*''Digimon'' (2004-2009)
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*''Extreme Ghostbusters'' (2000-2005; UK only)
*''Fantastic Four'' (2008-2009)
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*''Garfield and Friends'' (2003-2005)
*''Garfield and Friends'' (2003-2006)
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*''Hello Kitty and Friends'' (1998-2002)
*''The Incredible Hulk'' (2008-2009)
 
*''Iron Man'' (2008-2009)
 
 
*''Jackie Chan Adventures'' (2006-2009)
 
*''Jackie Chan Adventures'' (2006-2009)
*''Kong: The Animated Series'' (2004-2008)
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*''Jumanji'' (2000-2003; UK only)
*''Legend of the Dragon'' (2005-2007)
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*''Kong: The Animated Series'' (2006-2008)
*''Medabots'' (2004-2005)
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*''Legend of the Dragon'' (2006-2008)
*''Mon Colle Knights'' (2006-2009)
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*''The Mummy: The Animated Series'' (2006-2008)
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*''Men in Black: The Series'' (2000-2003; UK only)
*''NASCAR Racers'' (2006-2009)
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*''The Mummy: The Animated Series'' (2006-2007)
 
*''Pinky and the Brain'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Pinky and the Brain'' (2007-2008)
*''Power Rangers'' (2004-2009)
 
 
*''Rupert'' (2001-2002)
 
*''Rupert'' (2001-2002)
*''Shinzo'' (2005)
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*''Shaun the Sheep'' (2007-2008)
*''Silver Surfer'' (2008-2009)
 
 
*''Silverwing'' (2006-2008)
 
*''Silverwing'' (2006-2008)
*''Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends'' (2004-2006, 2008-2009)
 
*''Spider-Man: The Animated Series'' (2004-2006, 2008-2009)
 
*''Spider-Man Unlimited'' (2004-2006, 2008-2009)
 
*''Static Shock'' (2008-2009)
 
 
*''Superman: The Animated Series'' (2007-2009)
 
*''Superman: The Animated Series'' (2007-2009)
*''The Tick'' (2005-2009)
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*''Toad Patrol'' (2002-2004)
*''Toad Patrol'' (2002-2006)
 
 
*''U.B.O.S.: Ultimate Book of Spells'' (2002-2003)
 
*''U.B.O.S.: Ultimate Book of Spells'' (2002-2003)
*''What's with Andy?'' (2005)
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*''Xyber 9: New Dawn'' (2007-2008)
*''Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa'' (1998-2000)
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*''X-Men'' (2004-2009)
 
*''Xyber 9: New Dawn'' (2008-2009)
 
   
 
==Movies==
 
==Movies==
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===Disney animated and live-action movies===
===Disney animated and live action movies===
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*''[[102 Dalmatians]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[102 Dalmatians]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure]]'' (2003-2007)
 
*''[[101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure]]'' (2003-2007)
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*''[[Alice in Wonderland (1951 film)|Alice in Wonderland]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Alice in Wonderland (1951 film)|Alice in Wonderland]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[The Aristocats]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[The Aristocats]]'' (1998-2009)
*''[[Atlantis: The Lost Empire]]'' (2004-2007)
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*''[[Atlantis: The Lost Empire]]'' (2004-2008)
 
*''[[Atlantis: Milo's Return]]'' (2002-2004)
 
*''[[Atlantis: Milo's Return]]'' (2002-2004)
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*''[[Bambi II]]'' (2006-2008)
 
*''[[Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas]]'' (2000-2001)
 
*''[[Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas]]'' (2000-2001)
 
*''[[Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World]]'' (2001-2002)
 
*''[[Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World]]'' (2001-2002)
 
*''[[The Black Cauldron]]'' (2000-2009)
 
*''[[The Black Cauldron]]'' (2000-2009)
 
*''[[The Brave Little Toaster]]'' (1998-2003)
 
*''[[The Brave Little Toaster]]'' (1998-2003)
*''[[The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue]]'' (2002-2004)
 
 
*''[[The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars]]'' (2002-2004)
 
*''[[The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars]]'' (2002-2004)
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*''[[The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue]]'' (2002-2004)
 
*''[[Brother Bear]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Brother Bear]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Brother Bear 2]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Brother Bear 2]]'' (2008-2009)
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*''[[Dinosaur]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[Dinosaur]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[Doug's 1st Movie]]'' (2003-2008)
 
*''[[Doug's 1st Movie]]'' (2003-2008)
*''[[Dumbo]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[Dumbo]]'' (1998-2008)
 
*''[[The Emperor's New Groove]]'' (2003-2009)
 
*''[[The Emperor's New Groove]]'' (2003-2009)
 
*''[[Finding Nemo]]'' (2006-2008)
 
*''[[Finding Nemo]]'' (2006-2008)
 
*''[[The Fox and the Hound]]'' (2000-2008)
 
*''[[The Fox and the Hound]]'' (2000-2008)
*''[[The Fox and the Hound 2]]'' (2006-2009)
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*''[[The Fox and the Hound 2]]'' (2006-2008)
 
*''[[Frankenweenie (short)|Frankenweeine]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[Frankenweenie (short)|Frankenweeine]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[Fun and Fancy Free]]'' (1998-2002)
 
*''[[Fun and Fancy Free]]'' (1998-2002)
*''[[The Great Mouse Detective]]'' (2002-2009)
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*''[[The Great Mouse Detective]]'' (2002-2008)
 
*''[[Hercules]]'' (2003-2008)
 
*''[[Hercules]]'' (2003-2008)
 
*''[[Home on the Range]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[Home on the Range]]'' (2008)
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*''[[The Incredibles]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[The Incredibles]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[Inspector Gadget]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[Inspector Gadget]]'' (2008)
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*''[[James and the Giant Peach]]'' (1999-2005)
 
*''[[Jett Jackson: The Movie]]'' (2004-2006)
 
*''[[Jett Jackson: The Movie]]'' (2004-2006)
 
*''[[The Jungle Book 2]]'' (2008-2008)
 
*''[[The Jungle Book 2]]'' (2008-2008)
*''[[Kiki's Delivery Service]]'' (2002-2003)
 
 
*''[[Kronk's New Groove]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[Kronk's New Groove]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure]]'' (2002-2005)
 
*''[[Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure]]'' (2002-2005)
 
*''[[Lilo & Stitch]]'' (2004-2008)
 
*''[[Lilo & Stitch]]'' (2004-2008)
*''[[Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch]]'' (2007-2009)
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*''[[Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch]]'' (2007-2008)
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*''[[Leroy & Stitch]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[Leroy & Stitch]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[The Lion King]]'' (2004)
 
*''[[The Lion King]]'' (2004)
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*''[[Max Keeble's Big Move]]'' (2005-2008)
 
*''[[Max Keeble's Big Move]]'' (2005-2008)
 
*''[[Mickey and the Beanstalk]]'' (1998-2000)
 
*''[[Mickey and the Beanstalk]]'' (1998-2000)
*''[[Mickey, Donald and Goofy: The Three Musketeers]]'' (2008-2009)
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*''[[Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Mickey's Christmas Carol]]'' (2008)
 
*''[[Mickey's Christmas Carol]]'' (2008)
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*''[[Mickey's House of Villains]]'' (2003-2004)
 
*''[[Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse]]'' (2002-2008)
 
*''[[Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse]]'' (2002-2008)
 
*''[[Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas]]'' (2002-2008)
 
*''[[Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas]]'' (2002-2008)
*''[[Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas]]'' (2007-2008)
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*''[[Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas]]'' (2006-2008)
 
*''[[Minutemen]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Minutemen]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' (2007-2009)
 
*''[[Mulan]]'' (2004-2008)
 
*''[[Mulan]]'' (2004-2008)
 
*''[[Mulan II]]'' (2006-2008)
 
*''[[Mulan II]]'' (2006-2008)
*''[[The Muppets at Walt Disney World]]'' (2001-2004)
 
 
*''[[Oliver & Company]]'' (2002-2008)
 
*''[[Oliver & Company]]'' (2002-2008)
 
*''[[Pocahontas (film)|Pocahontas]]'' (2004-2008)
 
*''[[Pocahontas (film)|Pocahontas]]'' (2004-2008)
*''[[Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World]]'' (2001-2008)
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*''[[Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World]]'' (2001-2009)
 
*''[[Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin]]'' (2000-2008)
 
*''[[Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin]]'' (2000-2008)
 
*''[[The Prince and the Pauper]]'' (1998-2001)
 
*''[[The Prince and the Pauper]]'' (1998-2001)
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*''[[Recess: School's Out]]'' (2004-2007)
 
*''[[Recess: School's Out]]'' (2004-2007)
 
*''[[Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street]]'' (2005-2008)
 
*''[[Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street]]'' (2005-2008)
*''[[The Rescuers]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[The Rescuers]]'' (1998-2008)
*''[[The Rescuers Down Under]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[The Rescuers Down Under]]'' (1998-2008)
*''[[The Return of Jafar]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[The Return of Jafar]]'' (1998-2008)
 
*''[[Return to Never Land]]'' (2004-2009)
 
*''[[Return to Never Land]]'' (2004-2009)
 
*''[[Robin Hood]]'' (1998-2009)
 
*''[[Robin Hood]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[Schoolhouse Rock!]]'' (2005)
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*''[[Sky High]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Snow Dogs]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[Snow Dogs]]'' (2006-2009)
 
*''[[Stitch! The Movie]]'' (2003-2009)
 
*''[[Stitch! The Movie]]'' (2003-2009)
*''[[The Sword in the Stone]]'' (1998-2009)
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*''[[The Sword in the Stone]]'' (1998-2008)
 
*''[[Tarzan (film)|Tarzan]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[Tarzan (film)|Tarzan]]'' (2002-2009)
 
*''[[Tarzan II]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Tarzan II]]'' (2008-2009)
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*''[[Up, Up, and Away]]'' (2007-2008)
 
*''[[Up, Up, and Away]]'' (2007-2008)
 
*''[[Valiant]]'' (2007-2008)
 
*''[[Valiant]]'' (2007-2008)
*''[[The Wild]]'' (2007-2008)
 
 
*''[[Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior]]'' (2008-2009)
 
*''[[Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior]]'' (2008-2009)
*''[[Who Framed Roger Rabbit]]'' (2004)
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*''[[The Wild]]'' (2007-2008)
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===non-Disney movies===
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===Other non-Disney movies===
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*''The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland'' (2004)
 
*''The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland'' (2004)
 
*''The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl'' (2006-2008)
 
*''The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl'' (2006-2008)
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*''An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island'' (2001-2005)
 
*''An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island'' (2001-2005)
 
*''An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster'' (2003-2007)
 
*''An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster'' (2003-2007)
*''Alvin and the Chipmunk Meet Frankenstein'' (2002-2008)
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*''Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein'' (2002-2008)
*''Alvin and the Chipmunk Meet The Wolfman'' (2002-2008)
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*''Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman'' (2002-2008)
 
*''Balto'' (2002-2005)
 
*''Balto'' (2002-2005)
 
*''Balto II: Wolf Quest'' (2002-2007)
 
*''Balto II: Wolf Quest'' (2002-2007)
 
*''Balto III: Wings of Chance'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Balto III: Wings of Chance'' (2007-2008)
*''[[Bionicle: Mask of Light]]'' (2006-2007)
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*''Babar: King of the Elephants'' (2005)
*''[[Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui]]'' (2006-2007)
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*''{{WikipediaLink|Bionicle: Mask of Light}}'' (2006-2007)
*''[[BIONICLE 3: Web of Shadows]]'' (2006-2007)
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*''{{WikipediaLink|Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui}}'' (2006-2007)
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*''{{WikipediaLink|Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows}}'' (2006-2007)
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*''Bluetoes the Christmas Elf'' (1998-2001)
 
*''Bon Voyage Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back)'' (2001-2002)
 
*''Bon Voyage Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back)'' (2001-2002)
 
*''Cats Don't Dance'' (2002-2005)
 
*''Cats Don't Dance'' (2002-2005)
 
*''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'' (2007-2008)
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*''Digimon: The Movie'' (2004-2007)
 
*''Digimon: Island of Dreams'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Digimon: Island of Dreams'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Digimon: Island of the Lost Digimon'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Digimon: Island of the Lost Digimon'' (2007-2008)
 
*''Faeries'' (2003-2004)
 
*''Faeries'' (2003-2004)
 
*''Ferngully: The Last Rainforest'' (2000)
 
*''Ferngully: The Last Rainforest'' (2000)
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*''[[Kiki's Delivery Service]]'' (2002-2003)
 
*''The Land Before Time'' (2002-2005)
 
*''The Land Before Time'' (2002-2005)
 
*''The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure'' (2003-2005)
 
*''The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure'' (2003-2005)
 
*''The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving'' (2003-2006)
 
*''The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving'' (2003-2006)
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*''The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through of the Mists'' (2003-2006)
 
*''The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through of the Mists'' (2003-2006)
 
*''The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island'' (2004-2007)
 
*''The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island'' (2004-2007)
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*''The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze'' (2004-2008)
 
*''The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze'' (2004-2008)
 
*''The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water'' (2004-2008)
 
*''The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water'' (2004-2008)
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*''The Life & Times Adventures of Santa Claus'' (2003)
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*''Madeline: Lost in Paris'' (2001-2003)
 
*''Muppets from Space'' (2004)
 
*''Muppets from Space'' (2004)
 
*''The Pebble and the Penguin'' (2005)
 
*''The Pebble and the Penguin'' (2005)
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*''Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker'' (2005-2007)
 
*''Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker'' (2005-2007)
 
*''The Polar Express'' (2006-2008)
 
*''The Polar Express'' (2006-2008)
*''Quest for Camelot'' (2004-2005)
 
 
*''Race for Your Life Charlie Brown'' (2002-2003)
 
*''Race for Your Life Charlie Brown'' (2002-2003)
 
*''Rover Dangerfield'' (1999-2002)
 
*''Rover Dangerfield'' (1999-2002)
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*''Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July'' (2000)
 
*''Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie'' (1999-2002)
 
*''Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie'' (1999-2002)
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*''The Santa Claus Brothers'' (2002-2004)
 
*''The Secret of NIMH'' (2003-2005)
 
*''The Secret of NIMH'' (2003-2005)
*''The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue'' (2003-2006)
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*''The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue'' (2001-2004)
 
*''Spy Kids'' (2005-2006)
 
*''Spy Kids'' (2005-2006)
 
*''Spy Kids 2: Island of the Lost Dreams'' (2006-2007)
 
*''Spy Kids 2: Island of the Lost Dreams'' (2006-2007)
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*''The Swan Princess III'' (2004)
 
*''The Swan Princess III'' (2004)
 
*''Thumbelina'' (2002-2003)
 
*''Thumbelina'' (2002-2003)
*''Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry'' (2007-2009)
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*''Timothy Tweedle: The First Christmas Elf'' (2002-2003)
 
*''We're Back! Dinosaur Story'' (2003-2005)
 
*''We're Back! Dinosaur Story'' (2003-2005)
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==Programming==
 
==Programming==
 
===Live-action programming===
 
===Live-action programming===
Although the majority of the network's programming was animation, live-action programming had become a part of Toon Disney during its final years. Live children were featured in bumpers aired from 1998 to 2002, and fan-made animations done in live-action were aired in these bumpers. The Jetix block aired the show ''Power Rangers''. Toon Disney has also aired Muppet movies, including ''Muppets from Space'' (one of the few Muppet productions that was not included in Disney's acquisition of the franchise).
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Although the majority of the network's programming was animation, live-action programming had become a part of Toon Disney during the later half of its life. Live children were featured in bumpers aired from 1998 to 2002, and fan-made animations done in live-action were aired in these bumpers. The Jetix block aired the show ''Power Rangers''. Toon Disney also began airing Muppet movies in 2004, including ''Muppets from Space'' (one of the few Muppet productions that was not included in Disney's acquisition of the franchise).
   
During the network's existence, Toon Disney aired the [[Disney Channel Original Movies]] ''[[Jett Jackson: The Movie]]'' and ''[[Up, Up, and Away]]''. The theatrical films ''[[Max Keeble's Big Move]]'', ''[[Snow Dogs]]'', and ''[[Herbie: Fully Loaded]]'' have also aired recently. Toon Disney contained more than 10 short segments includes video/slideshow format. The short series ''Check This Kid Out'' aired randomly during the commercial breaks between July 7, 2008 and February 13, 2009. On September 7, 2008, one of Disney's only live-action short films, ''[[Frankenweenie (Short)|Frankenweenie]]'', aired on Toon Disney. ''[[The Suite Life of Zack & Cody]]'' aired on the network in late 2008, as well as the original movie ''[[Minutemen]]'' in 2009, but this was likely part of the transition to [[Disney XD]] as the announcement had already been made.
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During the network's existence, Toon Disney aired the [[Disney Channel Original Movies]] ''[[Jett Jackson: The Movie]]'' and ''[[Up, Up, and Away]]'', and the theatrical films ''[[Max Keeble's Big Move]]'', ''[[Snow Dogs]]'', and ''[[Herbie: Fully Loaded]]''. Toon Disney contained more than 10 short segments includes video/slideshow format. The short series ''Check This Kid Out'' aired randomly during the commercial breaks between July 7, 2008 and February 13, 2009. On September 7, 2008, one of Disney's few live-action short films, ''[[Frankenweenie (short)|Frankenweenie]]'', aired on Toon Disney. ''[[The Suite Life of Zack & Cody]]'' aired on the network in late 2008, as well as the original movie ''[[Minutemen]]'' in 2009, but this was likely part of the transition to [[Disney XD]] as the announcement had already been made.
   
 
===Programming blocks===
 
===Programming blocks===
 
Toon Disney frequently aired groups of series in blocks; over the course of Toon Disney's broadcast history, it had several programming blocks that featured at least two of their shows.
 
Toon Disney frequently aired groups of series in blocks; over the course of Toon Disney's broadcast history, it had several programming blocks that featured at least two of their shows.
*'''12 Days of Christmas''' - (1998–2008), a block that aired around Christmas between 1998 and 2008, and showed Christmas themed episodes and movies.
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*'''12 Days of Christmas''' (1998–2008) - A block that aired around Christmas between 1998 and 2008, and showed Christmas themed episodes and movies.
*'''@Toon''' - (2001–2004), a spinoff of ''Toons in the House''. Shortly after @Toon's premiere, before each first commercial break for most of the shows, it featured some viewer submissions and game high scores from the official website since April 2002. The segments were "Game-On Challenge" (focusing games), "It's Ummmm...?" (a guessing game hosted by Darkwing Duck and later Chip and Dale, which showed a close-up image of a cartoon character that the viewer had to guess), "I Wanna Watch" (a Thursday request show where viewers vote on what cartoon they want to see), "Mail-a-Toon" (where viewers could send e-mails to Lloyd Nebulon, Rope Girl, Timon and Pumbaa, and Tino Tonitini), "Goofy Giggles" (joking with Goofy), "Shout-Out" (a chat game hosted by Timon and Pumbaa), "Super Secret Word" (a "secret word" game hosted by Captain Crandall, finding the secret word of an object behind the screen bug during each ''Teamo Supremo''​ episode), "Whatcha Think?" (a thinking game hosted by Scott Leadready II), and "Website Check-In" (a "check-in" segment hosted by Max Goof, which showed to viewing at the website).
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*'''2oon Disney''' (2002–2004) - Aired on weekend mornings, this block showed two episodes each of the shows like ''[[Teacher's Pet]]'', ''[[Bonkers]]'', ''[[Recess]]'', ''[[TaleSpin]]'', ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[Pepper Ann]]'', ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'', ''[[The Weekenders]]'', ''Madeline'', ''[[Disney's Doug]]'', ''Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!'', ''Toad Patrol'', ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'' and ''[[Lloyd in Space]]''. It was replaced by 2x Toons Weekend.
*'''After Class Laughs''' - (2004–2006), two-hour block of "The Most Funny Shows" on Toon Disney. The shows are ''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'', ''[[Brandy & Mr. Whiskers]]'', ''[[American Dragon: Jake Long]]'', ''[[The Emperor's New School]]'', ''[[Recess|Disney's Recess]]'', and ''[[Kim Possible]]''. This block is shown on weekdays from 3:00 pm Eastern/2:00 pm Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. It came back in 2006 under a slightly different name ('''After Class Laugh Attack'''). It was replaced by Mega Jam.
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*'''2x Toons Weekend''' (2004–2005) - Aired on weekend mornings, this block showed two episodes each of the shows like ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'', ''Sabrina's Secret Life'', ''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'', ''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]'', ''[[Teacher's Pet]]'', ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'', ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'', ''[[Kim Possible]]'', ''[[The Proud Family]]'', ''[[Recess]]'' and ''[[The Legend of Tarzan]]''. It came back in the summer of 2005 under a slightly different name ('''2x The Toons''').
*'''Big Movie Show''' - (2004–2009), a daily showing of films, usually animated Disney films, but the film shown may be produced by another studio or live-action (the latter happens extremely rarely). The Big Movie Show was often the subject of theme weeks, which usually heralded in the initial Toon Disney broadcast of a given film.
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*'''@Toon''' (2001–2004) - A spinoff of ''Toons in the House''. Before each first commercial break for most of the shows, it featured viewer submissions and game high scores from the official website from the April 2002 onward. The segments were "Game-On Challenge" (focusing games), "It's Ummmm...?" (a guessing game hosted by [[Darkwing Duck (character)|Darkwing Duck]] and later [[Chip and Dale]], which showed a close-up image of a cartoon character that the viewer had to guess), "I Wanna Watch" (a Thursday request show where viewers voted on which cartoon they want to see), "Mail-a-Toon" (where viewers could send e-mails to [[Lloyd Nebulon]], [[Rope Girl]], [[Timon]] and [[Pumbaa]], and [[Tino Tonitini]]), "Goofy Giggles" (joking with [[Goofy]]), "Shout-Out" (a chat game hosted by Timon and Pumbaa), "Super Secret Word" (a "secret word" game where the secret word would appear by the screen bug during each ''Teamo Supremo''​ episode), "Whatcha Think?" (a thinking game hosted by [[Spot Helperman/Scott Leadready II|Scott Leadready II]]), and "Website Check-In" (a "check-in" segment hosted by [[Max Goof]], which showed to viewing at the Toon Disney website).
*'''Chillin' with the Villains''' - (2000–2004), a two-hour marathon of a certain show presented on Sunday afternoons. However, these particular marathons focused on a certain villain from whichever series was being featured.
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*'''After Class Laughs''' (2006) - A two-hour block of "The Most Funny Shows", consisting of ''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'', ''[[Brandy & Mr. Whiskers]]'', ''[[American Dragon: Jake Long]]'', ''[[The Emperor's New School]]'', ''[[Recess]]'', and ''[[Kim Possible]]''. This block was shown on weekdays from 3:00 pm Eastern/2:00 pm Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. It came back in late 2006 under a slightly different name ('''After Class Laugh Attack!'''). It was replaced by Mega Jam.
*'''Friday Night Movie''' - (1998-2001) a feature film presentation on the Magical World of Toons every Friday night starting at 7:00pm. It featured films made by the Walt Disney company, as well as non-Disney films such as ''The Land Before Time'' series.
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*'''After School''' (2004-2006) - An afternoon block shown after school hours which included ''[[The Weekenders]]'', ''[[Recess]]'', ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'', ''[[Dave the Barbarian]]'', ''[[Fillmore!]]'', ''[[The Proud Family]]'' and ''[[Kim Possible]]''. This block was shown on weekdays from 3:00 pm Eastern/2:00 pm Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. It was replaced by After Class Laughs.
*'''Double Feature Movie Show''' - (2001–2004), it featured back-to-back movies airing every Friday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and repeating Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Formerly known as Double Feature Fridays (or Double Feature Saturdays).
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*'''Big Movie Show''' (2005–2009) - A daily showing of films, usually animated Disney films, but the film shown may be produced by another studio or occasionally live-action. The Big Movie Show was often the subject of theme weeks, which usually heralded the initial Toon Disney broadcast of a given film.
*'''Hangin' with the Heroes''' (2002–2004) originally aired on weekends, but then aired on weekdays, too. It featured ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'', ''[[Gargoyles]]'', and ''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]''.
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**'''Big Movie Weekend''' (2007–2009) - A spin-off of the Big Movie Show.
*'''Jetix''' - (2004–2009), a fourteen-hour block on weekdays and a seventeen hour block on weekends. It featured action shows that some of which were originally on Fox before [[Disney]] bought its children's shows and this block was what Fox Kids eventually became in 2004, during its first two years on [[ABC Family]] had no proper name and was known simply as '''ABC Family Action Block'''. Originally the network's nightly block, it eventually took up more than half of the network's schedule.
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*'''Big Time Morning Show''' (2005) - A two-hour weekday morning block that aired from 7:00am to 9:00am. Like the @Toon block, this block had more answers and questions, weekly polls, and shout-outs at the official website.
*'''Magical World of Toons''' (1998–2003) a four hour nightly block that aired from 7:00pm to 11:00pm Sunday to Thursday until 2003, when its slot was replaced by '''The Power Pack''', a bunch of three-hour marathons of certain shows inclueds ''[[Bonkers]]'', ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'', ''[[Teacher's Pet]]'', ''[[The Weekenders]]'', ''[[Disney's Doug]]'', ''[[Pepper Ann]]'', ''[[TaleSpin]]'', ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'', ''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]'', ''[[Gargoyles]]'', ''[[The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh]]'', ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'', ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'', ''[[Darkwing Duck]]'', ''[[Goof Troop]]'', ''[[The Legend of Tarzan]]'', ''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'', ''[[Recess]]'', ''[[101 Dalmatians: The Series]]'', ''[[Adventures of the Gummi Bears]]'', ''[[Quack Pack]]'', ''[[Jungle Cubs]]'', ''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]'', ''[[The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show]]'', ''[[The Wuzzles]]'', ''[[Donald's Quack Attack]]'', ''[[Mickey's Mouse Tracks]]'', ''[[Toon Disney Doodles]]'', and more.
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*'''Chillin' with the Villains''' (2000–2004) - A weekly two-hour marathon of a certain show presented on Sunday afternoons. These particular marathons would consist entirely of episodes focusing on a certain villain from whichever series was being featured.
*'''Play it Again Jam!''' - (2006–2007), replacing the Bonus Stacks. This format had three episodes of a given show in a row instead of four. Its name is a pun to the phrase, "Play it again, Sam!". It was replaced by Mega Jam, then Treasure Cove.
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*'''Double Feature Movie Show''' (2001–2005) - It featured back-to-back movies airing every Friday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and repeating Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Formerly known as Double Feature Fridays (or Double Feature Saturdays).
*'''Disney Princess Power Hour''' - (2000–2007), a one-hour block featuring episodes of ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'' and ''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]''. The block ended up airing only in the afternoons on weekends. Formerly known as Princess Power Hour. It was replaced by The Great Toon Weekend Getaway.
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*'''Friday Night Movie''' (1998-2001) - A feature film presentation on the Magical World of Toons every Friday night starting at 7:00pm. It featured films made by the Walt Disney company, as well as non-Disney films such as ''The Land Before Time'' series.
*'''Pumbaa Bowl''' - (1999-2009), an all day marathon of ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' that aired on Super Bowl Sunday every year.
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*'''Hangin' with the Heroes''' (2002–2004) - Originally aired on weekends, but then aired on weekdays, too. It featured ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'', ''[[Gargoyles]]'', and ''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]''.
*'''Screaming Meanies''' - (1998–2003), a block that aired around Halloween between 1998 and 2003, and showed Halloween-themed episodes of shows.
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*'''[[Jetix (US)|Jetix]]''' (2004–2009) - A fourteen-hour block on weekdays and a seventeen hour block on weekends. It featured action shows that some of which were originally on Fox before Disney bought its children's shows and this block was what Fox Kids eventually became in [[February 14]], [[2004]] at Midnight (Technically launch on February 13, 2004 on Eastern), during its first two years on [[ABC Family]] had no proper name and was known simply as '''ABC Family Action Block'''. Originally the network's nightly block, it eventually took up more than half of the network's schedule and close in [[February 13]], [[2009]] at Midnight EST before Disney XD appears at midnight.
*'''Super Stacked Weekdays''' - (2007–2009), which consisted of a mini-marathon each weekday. On Fridays a random show would air sometimes a show that wasn't aired often. It began as ''Mega Movie Jam'', but changed its name afterwards to ''Mega Jam''. Starting October 1, 2007, it was renamed ''Toon Disney Treasure Cove''. After this, it was changed to ''Super Stacked Weekdays'' to coincide with the ''Super Stacks'', at this time known as ''Super Stacked Weekends''.
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*'''Magical World of Toons''' (1998–2003) - A four-hour nightly block that aired from 7:00pm to 11:00pm Sunday to Thursday until 2003, when its slot was replaced by the Power Pack. During the week, shorts and series showcasing Disney characters such as [[Mickey Mouse]], [[Donald Duck]], [[Timon]] and [[Pumbaa]], [[Hercules]], [[Aladdin]], [[Doug Funnie|Doug]] and [[Pepper Ann Pearson|Pepper Ann]]. The block's weekend consisted of animated features, mostly of those created for the home video market, like ''[[The Return of Jafar]]'' and ''[[The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars]]'', as well as some theatrical releases including ''[[A Goofy Movie]]'', ''[[Alice in Wonderland (1951 film)|Alice in Wonderland]]'' and ''[[The Brave Little Toaster]]''.
*'''Super Stacked Weekends''' - (2007–2009), a three-hour weekend marathon of two random programs, one Saturday, and one Sunday. It was known as ''Super Stacks'' before its concision with ''Super Stacked Weekdays''.
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*'''Play it Again Jam!''' (2006–2007) - Replaced the Bonus Stacks. This format had three episodes of a given show in a row instead of four. Its name is a pun to the phrase, "Play it again, Sam!" from ''Casablanca''. It was replaced by Mega Jam, then Treasure Cove.
*'''The Brother Hood''' - (2008–2009), a one-hour block, which aired two times a day. It showed ''[[The Suite Life of Zack & Cody]]'' and ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]''. Technically, this block still airs on [[Disney XD]], but they don't use any bumpers for it.
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*'''Power Pack''' (2003) - Replacing the Magical World of Toons in March 2003, this block consisted of airing three-hour marathons of a specific show every weeknight, except for Friday, when the Double Feature Movie Show ran. These marathons featured ''[[House of Mouse]]'' on Monday, ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'' on Tuesday, ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'' on Wednesday, ''[[Gargoyles]]'' on Thursday, ''[[The Weekenders]]'' on Saturday, and ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' on Sunday. Although it was replaced by a standard prime-time block in June, it formed the basis for the later Weekday Stacks.
*'''The Great Toon Weekend Getaway''' - (2007–2008), a five-hour weekend block featuring shows based on Disney movies: ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'', ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'', ''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]'', ''[[The Emperor's New School]]'', ''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]'', ''[[The Legend of Tarzan]]'', ''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'' and ''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]''.
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*'''Princess Party Palace''' (2000–2007) - A one-hour block featuring episodes of ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'' and ''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]''. The block aired only in the afternoons on weekends. Formerly known as Princess Power Hour. It was replaced by The Great Toon Weekend Getaway.
*'''The New For You Show!''' (2003–2004) featured new episodes of ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'', ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[The Weekenders]]'', ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'', and ''[[Fillmore!]]'' every Friday and Saturday night at 9:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Central.
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*'''Pumbaa Bowl''' (1999-2009) - An annual marathon of ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' that aired on Super Bowl Sunday every year.
*'''Toons in the House''' - (1998–2001), a four-hour weekday-afternoon block similar in spirit to [[The Disney Afternoon]]. It was replaced by @Toon.
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*'''Screaming Meanies''' (1998–2003) - A block that aired around Halloween between 1998 and 2003, and showed Halloween-themed episodes of shows.
*'''Big Screen Bash in Brother Hood''' - (2008-2009), a one-hour block, which aired two time to three times a day. It showed ''[[The Suite Life of Zack & Cody]]'', ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]'', ''[[Brother Bear]]'' and ''[[Brother Bear 2]]''. Technically, this block still on Toon Disney to [[Disney XD]] but they don't use any bumpers for it.
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*'''Super Stacked Weekdays''' (2007–2009) - A mini-marathon each weekday. On Fridays a random show would air sometimes a show that wasn't aired often. It began as ''Mega Movie Jam'', but changed its name afterwards to ''Mega Jam''. Starting October 1, 2007, it was renamed ''Toon Disney Treasure Cove''. After this, it was changed to ''Super Stacked Weekdays'' to coincide with the ''Super Stacks'', at this time known as ''Super Stacked Weekends''.
*'''Weekday Bonus Stacks''' - (2004–2006), basically three 2-hour marathons of three different shows that aired from 11:00 am Eastern/10:00 am Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. Everyday were three shows different from the previous day. Though many kids have enjoyed these shows, many of these programs were already airing in good time slots, so it decreased the variety of shows on the network. In September 2005, this block was renamed the '''Superstar Bonus Stacks''' and its starting time changed to 10 am, but this time airing 7 different shows for an hour each and on a more regular schedule. However, this didn't last long. In October 2005, Toon Disney went back to the regular Bonus Stacks. It was replaced by Play it Again, Jam!
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*'''Super Stacked Weekends''' (2007–2009) - A three-hour weekend marathon of two random programs, one Saturday, and one Sunday. It was known as ''Super Stacks'' before its concision with ''Super Stacked Weekdays''.
*'''Toon Disney Wild Card Stack''' - (2007–2009), it showed classic Disney cartoon series multiple times.
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*'''The Brother Hood''' (2008–2009) - A one-hour block, which aired two times a day. It showed ''[[The Suite Life of Zack & Cody]]'' and ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]''. This block continued to appear on Disney XD, but without the name.
*'''Toon In''' - (2007–2008), all your favorite block of Toon Disney shows all day, every day includes ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[Goof Troop]]'', ''[[TaleSpin]]'', ''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'', ''[[Brandy & Mr. Whiskers]]'', ''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]'', ''[[Recess]]'' and ''[[American Dragon: Jake Long]]''.
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*'''The Great Toon Weekend Getaway''' (2007–2008) - A five-hour weekend block featuring shows based on Disney movies: ''[[Aladdin (TV series)|Aladdin]]'', ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'', ''[[Hercules (TV series)|Hercules]]'', ''[[The Emperor's New School]]'', ''[[The Little Mermaid (TV series)|The Little Mermaid]]'', ''[[The Legend of Tarzan]]'', ''[[Lilo & Stitch: The Series]]'' and ''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]''.
*'''2oon Disney''' - (2003–2004), it showed double episodes of ''[[Teacher's Pet]]'', ''[[Bonkers]]'', ''[[Recess]]'', ''[[TaleSpin]]'', ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'', ''[[The Weekenders]]'', and ''[[Lloyd in Space]]''.
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*'''The New For You Show!''' (2003–2004) - A half-hour slot that featured previously unaired episodes of ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'', ''[[House of Mouse]]'', ''[[The Weekenders]]'', ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'', and ''[[Fillmore!]]'' every Friday and Saturday night at 9:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Central.
*'''Big Time Morning Show''' - (2005), an weekday morning block.
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*'''Toons in the House''' (2000–2001) - A four-hour weekday-afternoon block similar in spirit to [[The Disney Afternoon]]. It was replaced by @Toon.
*'''Late Night Toons''' - (2001), an late-night block.
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*'''Weekday Bonus Stacks''' (2004–2006) - Basically three 2-hour marathons of three different shows that aired from 11:00 am Eastern/10:00 am Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. Everyday were three shows different from the previous day. Though many kids have enjoyed these shows, many of these programs were already airing in good time slots, so it decreased the variety of shows on the network. In September 2005, this block was renamed the '''Superstar Bonus Stacks''' and its starting time changed to 10 am, but this time airing 7 different shows for an hour each and on a more regular schedule. However, this did not last long. In October 2005, Toon Disney went back to the regular Bonus Stacks. It was replaced by Play it Again, Jam!
*'''After School''' - (2004), an all day block to get after school which includes ''[[The Weekenders]]'', ''[[Recess]]'', ''[[Lloyd in Space]]'', ''[[Dave the Barbarian]]'' and ''[[Fillmore!]]''.
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**'''Toon Disney Wild Card Stack''' (2007–2009) - It showed classic Disney cartoon series multiple times with ''[[The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show|Shnookums and Meat]]'', ''[[Disney's Doug]]'', ''[[DuckTales]]'', ''[[Quack Pack]]'', ''[[Bonkers]]'', ''[[Pepper Ann]]'', ''[[TaleSpin]]'', ''[[Goof Troop]]'', ''[[Darkwing Duck]]'', ''[[Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'' and ''[[101 Dalmatians: The Series]]''.
*'''Big Movie Weekend''' - (2007–2009), a spin-off of the Big Movie Show.
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==Announcers==
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*[[Joe Alaskey]] (2001 - 2004)
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*[[Jason Marsden]] (2004 - 2007)
   
 
==Network slogans==
 
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
===Logos===
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<gallery position="center" captionalign="center">
 
ToonDisney1998.png|The original Toon Disney logo, used from April 18, 1998 to September 1, 2002
 
TD2001.png|The channel's second logo, used from April 22, 2001 (in tandem with the previous logo) to September 19, 2004
 
17 - 1.png|The channel's thrid logo, September 19, 2004 to October 6, 2005
 
ToonDisneyLogo.gif|The channel's fourth and final logo, used from October 6, 2005 to February 13, 2009
 
</gallery>
 
   
===Premiere press release===
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==See also==
<gallery position="center" captionalign="center">
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*[[Jetix (US)|Jetix]]
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</gallery>
 
   
===Logo variants (1998-2002)===
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[[da:Toon Disney]]
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[[es:Toon Disney]]
ToonDisney Aladdin.jpg|[[Aladdin (character)|Aladdin]]
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[[pl:Toon Disney]]
ToonDisney Baloo2.jpg|[[Baloo]] (''TaleSpin'')
 
ToonDisney Baloo from Jungle Cubs.jpg|Baloo (''Jungle Cubs'')
 
ToonDisney Bonkers.jpg|[[Bonkers D. Bobcat]]
 
ToonDisney-Chip-and-Dale.jpg|[[Chip and Dale]]
 
ToonDisney Chip.jpg|Chip
 
ToonDisney Cruella.jpg|[[Cruella De Vil]] and [[Whizzer]]
 
ToonDisney Darkwing.jpg|[[Darkwing Duck (character)|Darkwing Duck]]
 
ToonDisney Donald.jpg|[[Donald Duck]]
 
DisneyToonDisney-Donald Duck Is Upside Down!.gif|Donald Duck
 
ToonDisney FatCat.jpg|[[Fat Cat]]
 
ToonDisney Goliath.jpg|[[Goliath]]
 
ToonDisney Goofy.jpg|[[Goofy]]
 
ToonDisney Goofy2.jpg|Goofy
 
Toon Disney character Goofy (cowboy).jpg|Goofy
 
ToonDisney Hercules.jpg|[[Hercules (character)|Hercules]]
 
ToonDisney Lexington.png|[[Lexington]]
 
ToonDisney Max.jpg|[[Max Goof]]
 
ToonDisney Mickey1.png|[[Mickey Mouse]]
 
ToonDisney Mickey2.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey3.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey4.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey5.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey6.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey7.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey8.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey9.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey10.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey11.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey12.png|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey13.png|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey14.png|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey15.png|Mickey Mouse
 
OriginalToonDisneyChristmasID.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey16.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney Mickey17.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney_Mickey18.jpg|Mickey Mouse
 
ToonDisney MickeyAndMinnie.jpg|Mickey and Minnie
 
ToonDisney Minnie.jpg|[[Minnie Mouse]]
 
ToonDisney_Minnie2.jpg|Minnie Mouse
 
ToonDisney Nosedive.jpg|[[Nosedive Flashblade]]
 
ToonDisney KingLouie.png|[[King Louie|Prince Louie]]
 
ToonDisneyinTimonPumba.png|[[Pumbaa]]
 
ToonDisney Pumbaa.jpg|Pumbaa
 
Pluto toon disney.png|[[Pluto]]
 
ToonDisney_Pluto.jpg|Pluto
 
ToonDisney Roo.jpg|[[Roo]]
 
IMG 20150103 183127.jpg|Roo
 
ToonDisney ScroogeAndHDnL.jpg|[[Scrooge McDuck]] and [[Huey, Dewey, and Louie]]
 
Toon Disney characters Scrooge McDuck and nephews.jpg|Scrooge McDuck and Huey, Dewey, and Louie
 
sebastiantoondisney.png|[[Sebastian]]
 
Toondisney1998logosonicthehedge hog lolgo.gif|[[w:c:sonic:Sonic the Hedgehog (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)|Sonic the Hedgehog]]
 
OldToonDisney Sonic.jpg|Sonic the Hedgehog
 
ToonDisney Tigger.jpg|[[Tigger]]
 
ToonDisney Tigger2.jpg|Tigger
 
OldToonDisney Timon.jpg|[[Timon]]
 
ToonDisney TnP.jpg|[[Timon]] and [[Pumbaa]]
 
ToonDisney Ursula.jpg|[[Ursula]]
 
Pooh bear.png|[[Winnie the Pooh]]
 
ToonDisney WinnieThePooh.jpg|Winnie the Pooh
 
ToonDisney MultiChars.jpg|Hercules, [[Lexington]], [[Timon]], Baloo, Aladdin, Goofy, Darkwing, Bonkers, and Pumbaa
 
</gallery>
 
 
===​Screen bugs===
 
<gallery position="center" captionalign="center">
 
Toon Disney onscreen bug 1998.jpg|The 1998-2001 bug seen during an episode of ''[[DuckTales]]''.
 
Toon Disney Onscreen bug 2001.jpg|The 2001-2004 bug seen during an episode of ''[[Darkwing Duck]]''.
 
Goofy and Lumiere talking.PNG|An "@Toon" variant from 2002-2004 seen during an episode of ''[[House of Mouse]]''.
 
Super Secret Word screen bug.PNG|At the beginning of one episode of ''[[Teamo Supremo]]'' during the "@Toon" block, the "super secret word" showed up after the Toon Disney screen bug appears.
 
Toon Disney Onscreen bug 2004.jpg|The 2004-2009 bug seen during an episode of ''[[101 Dalmatians: The Series]]''.
 
ShnookumsandMeatFat.png|The 2007 bug seen during an episode of ''[[The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show]]'' apart of "Mega Jam" block.
 
Daisy embraces Donald mmw.jpg|Another same bug seen on the ''[[Mickey Mouse Works]]'' shorts after "Big Movie Show" block.
 
Happy Birthday Will (27).jpg|Yet another same bug from 2004 that seen an episode of ''[[W.I.T.C.H. (TV series)|W.I.T.C.H.]]'' apart of ''[[Jetix]]'' block.
 
Mighty Ducks - The Iced Ducks Cometh.jpg|Another screen bug from 2004-2008 of an episode of ''[[Mighty Ducks]]'' apart of "Mega Jam" block.
 
</gallery>
 
 
==See also==
 
*[[Jetix (US)]]
 
 
[[Category:Former Disney subsidiaries and assets]]
 
[[Category:Former Disney subsidiaries and assets]]
 
[[Category:TV channels]]
 
[[Category:TV channels]]
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[[Category:Disney Channel Programming Blocks]]
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[[Category:Toon Disney]]

Latest revision as of 00:18, January 21, 2020

Toon Disney was a 24-hour American cable television channel owned by the Walt Disney Company that aired mostly children's animated television series. A spin-off of the Disney Channel, Toon Disney showed animated children's programming 24 hours a day (except for minimal live-action programming); its format had similarities to those of Cartoon Network and the later Nicktoons. Toon Disney's target audience were children ages 2–11, with the exceptions of programming used in a night time block aimed at children ages 6–15 called Jetix. A Spanish language audio track was available on Toon Disney through the SAP option; some cable and satellite systems also offered the Spanish language feed as a separate channel.

HistoryEdit

1998-2008: Launch of the channelEdit

Toon Disney launched on April 18, 1998 (coinciding with the Disney Channel's 15th anniversary), with its very first program being The Sorcerer's Apprentice segment from Fantasia. Originally, the channel's programming consisted primarily of older Disney animated television series, including those from The Disney Afternoon. Toon Disney also showed some other animated series that Disney owned the rights to (mainly shows produced by DIC Entertainment, which was owned by Disney at the time the network was launched). For the first year of the channel's existence, a block of the programs seen on Toon Disney would air on Sunday evenings on the Disney Channel as a "sneak preview" of the channel for interested subscribers.

In the 2000s, Toon Disney gained a variety of new programming expanding the vast collection of Disney animation. Many programs from Disney's One Saturday Morning and ABC Kids joined the lineup, mostly without the expense of other programs. However, in 2004, with the addition of Jetix and reruns of animated programs from the main Disney Channel, many of the older programs on Toon Disney gradually vanished.

Like most other Disney-owned cable channels, starting in 2008, Toon Disney began airing in High-Definition (the only ones which didn't were ESPN Classic & SOAPnet). Toon Disney, at launch, was commercial-free until September 2000. This was when the network reached two years of "critical mass" in subscribers of over 15 million.

2008-2009: Replaced with Disney XDEdit

On August 6, 2008, Disney-ABC Television Group announced they would rebrand Toon Disney in early 2009 as Disney XD, which would be aimed at kids from ages 6 and up. Toon Disney ceased broadcast on February 13, 2009 (two months and five days shy of eleven years since it first started broadcasting), and was rebranded as Disney XD. Toon Disney/Jetix ran a preview night starting at 7:00pm on Thursday, February 12, 2009, the day before the network launched, the preview night included more promos about the new Disney XD shows. The final program on the channel was The Incredible Hulk, as part of Jetix. The first program to air on Disney XD was Phineas and Ferb on February 13, 2009 at Midnight.

Shows broadcast on Toon DisneyEdit

Disney animated and live-action showsEdit

Jetix Animation ConceptsEdit

Jetix EuropeEdit

  • W.I.T.C.H. (2004-2008)
  • A.T.O.M. - Alpha Teens on Machines (2006-2009)
  • Ōban Star-Racers (2006-2009)
  • Pucca (2006-2009)
  • Monster Buster Club (2008-2009)

Other Disney-owned ShowsEdit

  • The Avengers: United They Stand (2008-2009)
  • Bump in the Night (1998-2001) *
  • Bureau of Alien Detectors (2006-2007)
  • Digimon (2004-2009) *
  • Dungeons & Dragons (2006-2008)
  • Fantastic Four (2008-2009)
  • The Incredible Hulk (2008-2009)
  • Iron Man (2008-2009)
  • Mon Colle Knights (2006-2007) **
  • NASCAR Racers (2006-2008)
  • Power Rangers (2004-2009) *
  • Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (2004-2006, 2008-2009)
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (2008-2009)
  • Shinzo (2005-2009) **
  • The Tick (2005-2008)
  • X-Men (2004-2005; 2008-2009)
  • What's with Andy? (2005) **
  • Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa (1998-2001) *

* means the show was owned or licensed by Disney at the time, but no longer is.

** means the show wasn't owned by Disney, but was distributed by them through BVS Entertainment.

DIC Entertainment showsEdit

As Disney at the time owned DIC Entertainment, many of DIC's programmes had regular timeslots on the channel.

  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1998-2002)
  • Gadget Boy (1998-2001)
  • The Littles (1998-2002)
  • Madeline (1998-2003)
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action! (2002-2003)
  • The New Archies (1998-2002)
  • Sabrina: The Animated Series (2002-2004)
  • Sabrina's Secret Life (2004-2005)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (1998-2002)
  • Wish Kid (1998-2002)
  • What-a-Mess (1998-2002)
  • The Wizard of Oz (1998-2002)

Non-Disney showsEdit

  • All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series (2006)
  • Batman: The Animated Series (2007-2009)
  • Battle B-Daman (2005)
  • Beyblade (2004-2007)
  • Blazing Dragons (1999-2002)
  • Dragon Booster (2004-2007)
  • Captain Flamingo (2008-2009)
  • The Care Bears Family (1998-2002)
  • Chaotic (2007-2009)
  • Daigunder (2006-2007)
  • Extreme Ghostbusters (2000-2005; UK only)
  • Garfield and Friends (2003-2005)
  • Hello Kitty and Friends (1998-2002)
  • Jackie Chan Adventures (2006-2009)
  • Jumanji (2000-2003; UK only)
  • Kong: The Animated Series (2006-2008)
  • Legend of the Dragon (2006-2008)
  • Men in Black: The Series (2000-2003; UK only)
  • The Mummy: The Animated Series (2006-2007)
  • Pinky and the Brain (2007-2008)
  • Rupert (2001-2002)
  • Shaun the Sheep (2007-2008)
  • Silverwing (2006-2008)
  • Superman: The Animated Series (2007-2009)
  • Toad Patrol (2002-2004)
  • U.B.O.S.: Ultimate Book of Spells (2002-2003)
  • Xyber 9: New Dawn (2007-2008)

MoviesEdit

Disney animated and live-action moviesEdit

Other non-Disney moviesEdit

  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (2004)
  • The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl (2006-2008)
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven (2003-2006)
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1999-2004)
  • An All Dogs Christmas Carol (2002-2004)
  • Animalympics (1999-2002)
  • An American Tail (2003-2005)
  • An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (2003-2006)
  • An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (2001-2005)
  • An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster (2003-2007)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein (2002-2008)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman (2002-2008)
  • Balto (2002-2005)
  • Balto II: Wolf Quest (2002-2007)
  • Balto III: Wings of Chance (2007-2008)
  • Babar: King of the Elephants (2005)
  • Bionicle: Mask of Light (2006-2007)
  • Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui (2006-2007)
  • Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows (2006-2007)
  • Bluetoes the Christmas Elf (1998-2001)
  • Bon Voyage Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back) (2001-2002)
  • Cats Don't Dance (2002-2005)
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2007-2008)
  • Digimon: The Movie (2004-2007)
  • Digimon: Island of Dreams (2007-2008)
  • Digimon: Island of the Lost Digimon (2007-2008)
  • Faeries (2003-2004)
  • Ferngully: The Last Rainforest (2000)
  • Kiki's Delivery Service (2002-2003)
  • The Land Before Time (2002-2005)
  • The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (2003-2005)
  • The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving (2003-2006)
  • The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through of the Mists (2003-2006)
  • The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island (2004-2007)
  • The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of The Saurus Rock (2004-2007)
  • The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire (2004-2008)
  • The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze (2004-2008)
  • The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water (2004-2008)
  • The Life & Times Adventures of Santa Claus (2003)
  • Madeline: Lost in Paris (2001-2003)
  • Muppets from Space (2004)
  • The Pebble and the Penguin (2005)
  • Pippi Longstocking (1999-2004)
  • Pokémon 4Ever (2007)
  • Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker (2005-2007)
  • The Polar Express (2006-2008)
  • Race for Your Life Charlie Brown (2002-2003)
  • Rover Dangerfield (1999-2002)
  • Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July (2000)
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie (1999-2002)
  • The Santa Claus Brothers (2002-2004)
  • The Secret of NIMH (2003-2005)
  • The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue (2001-2004)
  • Spy Kids (2005-2006)
  • Spy Kids 2: Island of the Lost Dreams (2006-2007)
  • Spy Kids 3: Game Over (2007-2008)
  • Superman: Brainiac Attacks (2008)
  • The Swan Princess (2003-2003)
  • The Swan Princess II (2004-2005)
  • The Swan Princess III (2004)
  • Thumbelina (2002-2003)
  • Timothy Tweedle: The First Christmas Elf (2002-2003)
  • We're Back! Dinosaur Story (2003-2005)

ProgrammingEdit

Live-action programmingEdit

Although the majority of the network's programming was animation, live-action programming had become a part of Toon Disney during the later half of its life. Live children were featured in bumpers aired from 1998 to 2002, and fan-made animations done in live-action were aired in these bumpers. The Jetix block aired the show Power Rangers. Toon Disney also began airing Muppet movies in 2004, including Muppets from Space (one of the few Muppet productions that was not included in Disney's acquisition of the franchise).

During the network's existence, Toon Disney aired the Disney Channel Original Movies Jett Jackson: The Movie and Up, Up, and Away, and the theatrical films Max Keeble's Big Move, Snow Dogs, and Herbie: Fully Loaded. Toon Disney contained more than 10 short segments includes video/slideshow format. The short series Check This Kid Out aired randomly during the commercial breaks between July 7, 2008 and February 13, 2009. On September 7, 2008, one of Disney's few live-action short films, Frankenweenie, aired on Toon Disney. The Suite Life of Zack & Cody aired on the network in late 2008, as well as the original movie Minutemen in 2009, but this was likely part of the transition to Disney XD as the announcement had already been made.

Programming blocksEdit

Toon Disney frequently aired groups of series in blocks; over the course of Toon Disney's broadcast history, it had several programming blocks that featured at least two of their shows.

  • 12 Days of Christmas (1998–2008) - A block that aired around Christmas between 1998 and 2008, and showed Christmas themed episodes and movies.
  • 2oon Disney (2002–2004) - Aired on weekend mornings, this block showed two episodes each of the shows like Teacher's Pet, Bonkers, Recess, TaleSpin, House of Mouse, Pepper Ann, Timon & Pumbaa, The Weekenders, Madeline, Disney's Doug, Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!, Toad Patrol, Teamo Supremo and Lloyd in Space. It was replaced by 2x Toons Weekend.
  • 2x Toons Weekend (2004–2005) - Aired on weekend mornings, this block showed two episodes each of the shows like House of Mouse, Lloyd in Space, Sabrina's Secret Life, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Hercules, Teacher's Pet, Timon & Pumbaa, Teamo Supremo, Kim Possible, The Proud Family, Recess and The Legend of Tarzan. It came back in the summer of 2005 under a slightly different name (2x The Toons).
  • @Toon (2001–2004) - A spinoff of Toons in the House. Before each first commercial break for most of the shows, it featured viewer submissions and game high scores from the official website from the April 2002 onward. The segments were "Game-On Challenge" (focusing games), "It's Ummmm...?" (a guessing game hosted by Darkwing Duck and later Chip and Dale, which showed a close-up image of a cartoon character that the viewer had to guess), "I Wanna Watch" (a Thursday request show where viewers voted on which cartoon they want to see), "Mail-a-Toon" (where viewers could send e-mails to Lloyd Nebulon, Rope Girl, Timon and Pumbaa, and Tino Tonitini), "Goofy Giggles" (joking with Goofy), "Shout-Out" (a chat game hosted by Timon and Pumbaa), "Super Secret Word" (a "secret word" game where the secret word would appear by the screen bug during each Teamo Supremo​ episode), "Whatcha Think?" (a thinking game hosted by Scott Leadready II), and "Website Check-In" (a "check-in" segment hosted by Max Goof, which showed to viewing at the Toon Disney website).
  • After Class Laughs (2006) - A two-hour block of "The Most Funny Shows", consisting of Lilo & Stitch: The Series, Brandy & Mr. Whiskers, American Dragon: Jake Long, The Emperor's New School, Recess, and Kim Possible. This block was shown on weekdays from 3:00 pm Eastern/2:00 pm Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. It came back in late 2006 under a slightly different name (After Class Laugh Attack!). It was replaced by Mega Jam.
  • After School (2004-2006) - An afternoon block shown after school hours which included The Weekenders, Recess, Lloyd in Space, Dave the Barbarian, Fillmore!, The Proud Family and Kim Possible. This block was shown on weekdays from 3:00 pm Eastern/2:00 pm Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. It was replaced by After Class Laughs.
  • Big Movie Show (2005–2009) - A daily showing of films, usually animated Disney films, but the film shown may be produced by another studio or occasionally live-action. The Big Movie Show was often the subject of theme weeks, which usually heralded the initial Toon Disney broadcast of a given film.
    • Big Movie Weekend (2007–2009) - A spin-off of the Big Movie Show.
  • Big Time Morning Show (2005) - A two-hour weekday morning block that aired from 7:00am to 9:00am. Like the @Toon block, this block had more answers and questions, weekly polls, and shout-outs at the official website.
  • Chillin' with the Villains (2000–2004) - A weekly two-hour marathon of a certain show presented on Sunday afternoons. These particular marathons would consist entirely of episodes focusing on a certain villain from whichever series was being featured.
  • Double Feature Movie Show (2001–2005) - It featured back-to-back movies airing every Friday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and repeating Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Formerly known as Double Feature Fridays (or Double Feature Saturdays).
  • Friday Night Movie (1998-2001) - A feature film presentation on the Magical World of Toons every Friday night starting at 7:00pm. It featured films made by the Walt Disney company, as well as non-Disney films such as The Land Before Time series.
  • Hangin' with the Heroes (2002–2004) - Originally aired on weekends, but then aired on weekdays, too. It featured Aladdin, Gargoyles, and Hercules.
  • Jetix (2004–2009) - A fourteen-hour block on weekdays and a seventeen hour block on weekends. It featured action shows that some of which were originally on Fox before Disney bought its children's shows and this block was what Fox Kids eventually became in February 14, 2004 at Midnight (Technically launch on February 13, 2004 on Eastern), during its first two years on ABC Family had no proper name and was known simply as ABC Family Action Block. Originally the network's nightly block, it eventually took up more than half of the network's schedule and close in February 13, 2009 at Midnight EST before Disney XD appears at midnight.
  • Magical World of Toons (1998–2003) - A four-hour nightly block that aired from 7:00pm to 11:00pm Sunday to Thursday until 2003, when its slot was replaced by the Power Pack. During the week, shorts and series showcasing Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Timon and Pumbaa, Hercules, Aladdin, Doug and Pepper Ann. The block's weekend consisted of animated features, mostly of those created for the home video market, like The Return of Jafar and The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, as well as some theatrical releases including A Goofy Movie, Alice in Wonderland and The Brave Little Toaster.
  • Play it Again Jam! (2006–2007) - Replaced the Bonus Stacks. This format had three episodes of a given show in a row instead of four. Its name is a pun to the phrase, "Play it again, Sam!" from Casablanca. It was replaced by Mega Jam, then Treasure Cove.
  • Power Pack (2003) - Replacing the Magical World of Toons in March 2003, this block consisted of airing three-hour marathons of a specific show every weeknight, except for Friday, when the Double Feature Movie Show ran. These marathons featured House of Mouse on Monday, Teamo Supremo on Tuesday, Lloyd in Space on Wednesday, Gargoyles on Thursday, The Weekenders on Saturday, and Timon & Pumbaa on Sunday. Although it was replaced by a standard prime-time block in June, it formed the basis for the later Weekday Stacks.
  • Princess Party Palace (2000–2007) - A one-hour block featuring episodes of Aladdin and The Little Mermaid. The block aired only in the afternoons on weekends. Formerly known as Princess Power Hour. It was replaced by The Great Toon Weekend Getaway.
  • Pumbaa Bowl (1999-2009) - An annual marathon of Timon & Pumbaa that aired on Super Bowl Sunday every year.
  • Screaming Meanies (1998–2003) - A block that aired around Halloween between 1998 and 2003, and showed Halloween-themed episodes of shows.
  • Super Stacked Weekdays (2007–2009) - A mini-marathon each weekday. On Fridays a random show would air sometimes a show that wasn't aired often. It began as Mega Movie Jam, but changed its name afterwards to Mega Jam. Starting October 1, 2007, it was renamed Toon Disney Treasure Cove. After this, it was changed to Super Stacked Weekdays to coincide with the Super Stacks, at this time known as Super Stacked Weekends.
  • Super Stacked Weekends (2007–2009) - A three-hour weekend marathon of two random programs, one Saturday, and one Sunday. It was known as Super Stacks before its concision with Super Stacked Weekdays.
  • The Brother Hood (2008–2009) - A one-hour block, which aired two times a day. It showed The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and Phineas and Ferb. This block continued to appear on Disney XD, but without the name.
  • The Great Toon Weekend Getaway (2007–2008) - A five-hour weekend block featuring shows based on Disney movies: Aladdin, Timon & Pumbaa, Hercules, The Emperor's New School, The Little Mermaid, The Legend of Tarzan, Lilo & Stitch: The Series and Buzz Lightyear of Star Command.
  • The New For You Show! (2003–2004) - A half-hour slot that featured previously unaired episodes of Lloyd in Space, House of Mouse, The Weekenders, Teamo Supremo, and Fillmore! every Friday and Saturday night at 9:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Central.
  • Toons in the House (2000–2001) - A four-hour weekday-afternoon block similar in spirit to The Disney Afternoon. It was replaced by @Toon.
  • Weekday Bonus Stacks (2004–2006) - Basically three 2-hour marathons of three different shows that aired from 11:00 am Eastern/10:00 am Central to 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central. Everyday were three shows different from the previous day. Though many kids have enjoyed these shows, many of these programs were already airing in good time slots, so it decreased the variety of shows on the network. In September 2005, this block was renamed the Superstar Bonus Stacks and its starting time changed to 10 am, but this time airing 7 different shows for an hour each and on a more regular schedule. However, this did not last long. In October 2005, Toon Disney went back to the regular Bonus Stacks. It was replaced by Play it Again, Jam!

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  • Home for all your favorite Disney characters (1998–2001)
  • Built from the best toons (2001–2009)

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