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Posted: Dec. 14, 2014, 9:29 am Quote

Turner Classic Movies has partnered with Disney Studios and Parks.  

Upcoming with the partnership is TCM will advise Disney about The Great Movie Ride at WDW's Disney Hollywood Studios and have host Robert Osborne do some narration in it.

But also about 5-6 times a year TCM will air a block of vintage Disney cartoons, TV shows, movies, "Making of..." and "Behind the Scenes of...." and "Background about..." segments on their channel.  Think in terms of the old "Vault Disney" shows Disney Channel used to show late night many years ago.

What's the schedule?  

Well, two interpretations of that.  For one I guess monthly you go to Turner Classic Movies website, look up monthly program listings, and see if anything Disney-ish is programmed.  It's hard to program a DVR or TiVo for that since "Disney" might NOT necessarily be in the program or show listings.  So just write a reminder note in computers and electronic devices to beep at you to just check the listings over there.  

Then when there ARE shows and a programming block going on, check it out.  THEN about two weeks or ten days in advance tell your DVR or TiVo to record whatever you want, or just hours at a time of recording starting when the block starts and ending when the block ends, continuously recorded.

Such a programming block begins Sunday, December 21, 2014, begins mid-afternoon and runs to early morning the following day overnight.

The programming block is titled "Treasures from the Disney Vault" BUT programming that in your DVR and TiVo will NOT result in your device automatically finding these shows !

You gotta hunt and peck for them, monthly, on the TCM program listings website, and have some advance knowledge of vintage Disney shows, movies, cartoons, the parks, etc.

So on Dec. 21, starting at 8 PM Eastern, 7 PM Central, check in your time zone, here's what's coming up :

Three cartoons in 30-minutes: "Santa's Workshop", "On Ice", "Chip an' Dale".

The Disneyland Story

The Reluctant Drago

Davy Crockett : King of the Wild Frontier

Vanishing Prairie

Third Man on the Mountain

Walt Disney Presents

The block on Dec. 21, 2014 starts at 8 PM Eastern through 5:15 AM Eastern, or 7 PM Central-4:15 AM Central.

As always check your cable and satellite listings for exact local times and channel number.  December can be a busy month with holidays and traveling and readying for Christmas, New Year, school breaks, being with family, shopping, decorating, attending social gatherings or church services....  So think ahead !  Program your TiVo or DVR or recording method in advance !

You should also write a reminder that beeps at you from computer and smart phone calendars and reminder Apps to wade through TCM monthly listings to find future program blocks of Disney shows.  Online listings at TCM or your service provider will describe who stars, what the shows and movies and cartoons are about.  Some of these may or may not already be on DVD or Blu-Ray or downloadable.

Be aware that TCM will also air "Making of..." and "Behind the Scenes of...." and "Background about..." segments on their channel in connection with the "Treasures from the Disney Vault" blocks.  

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Posted: Dec. 19, 2014, 6:14 am Quote

Cable-satellite channel TCM is working with The Walt Disney Company and will air a program block "Treasures from the Disney Vault" about 4-6 times a year.  What's below is a detailed listing of the first event of it.  You're on your own to check out TCM listings regularly for future program blocks.  Likely the content will change each time it airs.  if you like the vintage Disney shows, consider recording to keep the shows in an archive of some kind, or to view when you have time.

Here is a link to the program listings for the first Turner Classic Movies “Treasures from the Disney Vault” programming block Sunday December 21, 2014.  Check your local cable and satellite provider for channel number and times local to you.

PS :  Some people have cut the cord with cable TV and satellite channel providers, and watch live-streaming from online instead.  For those people, look to iTunes Apps Store, or similar Apps Stores for computers, mobile devices and tablets, to download the Turner Classic Movies App to be able to view the program marathon on your electronic devices.  You can also query your favor search engine “how to view live streaming of Turner Classic Movies”, play around with keywords, and follow whatever suggestions you may find.

PS : Consider recording the program block.  It starts during Christmas-New Year’s season and school break, people might be busy or traveling, and forget the shows are on or can’t stay up all night to watch the parts of the block airing in the wee hours of the following morning, a Monday morning potential work day for some people.  You also might want to keep the shows in a Disney vintage shows collection, to watch again and again.

PS: Consider Manually recording the whole block, you can set your DVR or TiVo to record several hours of programming continuously rather than one at a time.

All times are Eastern, translate to your local time zone, all shows air close captioned, and if you click the link and view each listing one at a time, there is an accompanying article associated with it, link to that provided.  You can buy Disney DVDs from the TCM store, explore the program listings page, expand the listing to see individual shows, and if a DVD is for sale a help link is provided for you to buy it.  

Program listing page for Sun. Dec. 21, 2014:

http://www.tcm.com/schedule/weekly.html?tz=est&sdate=2014-12-21

Block begins at 8 PM ET / 7 PM CT for 9-Hours of programming continuously

8 PM, 7-minutes
Chip an' Dale (1947)
Chip and Dale protect their acorn stash from Donald.

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/2034298/Chip-an-Dale/articles.html

8 PM, 6-minutes
Santa's Workshop (1932)
Santa's little helpers must hurry to finish the toys before Christmas Day.

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/2034299/Santa-s-Workshop/articles.html

8 PM, 10-minutes
On Ice (1935)
Mickey shows off his ice-skating skills to Minnie while Goofy does some unconventional ice fishing.
Dir: Ben Sharpsteen

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/2034489/On-Ice/articles.html

8:30 PM, 54-minutes
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Disneyland Story, The (1954)
In this pilot episode of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, Walt presents a preview for both his upcoming park called Disneyland.

9:30 PM, 74-minutes

Reluctant Dragon, The (1941)
Robert Benchley learns about the animation process at Walt Disney Studios while trying to pitch an idea for a cartoon.
Dir: Alfred L. Werker Cast:  Robert Benchley , Frances Gifford , Buddy Pepper .

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:

D: Alfred L. Werker (live-action). Robert Benchley gets a tour of the Walt Disney studio in this pleasant feature that incorporates a number of first-rate cartoon sequences (Baby Weems, The Reluctant Dragon), offers some interesting glimpses of studio at work. Clarence "Ducky'' Nash and Florence Gill do cartoon voices, Ward Kimball animates Goofy, Frances Gifford shows Benchley around, and young Alan Ladd appears as one of the story men. Opens in b&w, turns to beautiful Technicolor hues.
REVIEW: *** out of 4 Stars

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb....es.html

11 PM, 93-minutes
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1955)
Legends and myths from the life of famed American frontiersman Davey Crockett.
Dir: Norman Foster Cast:  Fess Parker , Buddy Ebsen , Basil Ruysdael .

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:

D: Norman Foster. Fess Parker, Buddy Ebsen, Basil Ruysdael, Hans Conried, William Bakewell, Kenneth Tobey. Originally filmed as three segments for Disney's TV show, this created a nationwide phenomenon in 1955; it's still fun today with Parker as famous Indian scout and Ebsen as his pal George Russel, whose adventures take them from Washington, D.C., to the Alamo.
REVIEW: *** out of 4 Stars

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb....es.html

12:45 AM, 71-minutes
Vanishing Prairie, The (1954)
Story of the American Prairie as it was when vast herds of bison and elk grazed.
Dir: James Algar Cast:  Winston Hibler ,

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:

D: James Algar. Narrated by Winston Hibler. Disney's second True-Life Adventure feature provides astonishing footage of animal life in the great plains, including the birth of a buffalo calf. Fine presentation with little Disney gimmickry; Academy Award winner.
REVIEW: *** out of 4 Stars

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb....es.html

2 AM, 107-minutes
Third Man on the Mountain (1959)
A boy attempts to realize his father's dream of climbing an alpine peak known as the Citadel. (The film basis for Disneyland theme park attraction “Matterhorn Bobsleds”.)
Dir: Ken Annakin Cast:  Michael Rennie , James MacArthur , Janet Munro .

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:

D: Ken Annakin. James MacArthur, Michael Rennie, Janet Munro, James Donald, Herbert Lom, Laurence Naismith. Fine Disney adventure about Swiss boy (MacArthur) determined to climb the Matterhorn (here called the Citadel) who learns more than just mountain-climbing in his dogged pursuit. Look quickly to spot MacArthur's mother Helen Hayes in a cameo as tourist.
REVIEW: *** out of 4 Stars

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb....es.html

4 AM, 49-minutes
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Perilous Assignment (1959)
Episode six of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color looks at many of the far-off locations where Disney's crew have gone. (“Making of…” “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” and “Third Man on the Mountain” movies , basis of Disneyland theme park rides “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Submarines” and “Matterhorn Bobsleds”. )

4:50 AM, 8-minutes
White Peril (1956)
This short film shows members of a "snow patrol" at work in the Cascade Mountains of Washington state.

Block ends at 5 AM ET / 4 AM CT for 9-Hours of programming continuously
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Posted: Feb. 07, 2015, 2:58 pm Quote

The next Disney marathon of programming on TCM under "Treasures from the Disney Vault" banner is Sunday evening, March 15, 2015 at 8 PM Eastern and 7 PM Central.  The line-up is posted on TCM's website already so you can check now !  Most DVR's or TiVo's can be set to record about 10-days to two weeks in advance, so write yourself a reminder in your computer calendar, smart electronic device calendar, or your refrigerator door, or a real paper-type calendar or Date-Minder to record TCM March 15.  Check your listings on your cable or satellite provider for what channel, and local times.  Prefer to stream online?  TCM offers live-streaming program content.... BUT... you have to subscribe to an existing cable or satellite provider for it to work.  Most of the programming is already on DVD or Blu-Ray discs.  However there can be Disney animation department commentary and movie critic Leonard Maltin commentary that is unique to the TCM program marathons.
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Quote (CarolKoster @ Feb. 07, 2015, 1:58 pm)
The next Disney marathon of programming on TCM under "Treasures from the Disney Vault" banner is Sunday evening, March 15, 2015 at 8 PM Eastern and 7 PM Central.  The line-up is posted on TCM's website already so you can check now !  Most DVR's or TiVo's can be set to record about 10-days to two weeks in advance, so write yourself a reminder in your computer calendar, smart electronic device calendar, or your refrigerator door, or a real paper-type calendar or Date-Minder to record TCM March 15.  Check your listings on your cable or satellite provider for what channel, and local times.  Prefer to stream online?  TCM offers live-streaming program content.... BUT... you have to subscribe to an existing cable or satellite provider for it to work.  Most of the programming is already on DVD or Blu-Ray discs.  However there can be Disney animation department commentary and movie critic Leonard Maltin commentary that is unique to the TCM program marathons.

Bumping to make more current...

Coming up on Sunday night prime time March 15, 2015.

At the link is the schedule, in prime time Sunday evening, for "Treasures from the Disney Vault".  

On Turner Classic Movies TCM channel on cable or satellite.  

Be SURE to notice the toggle in the upper right hand corner for "time zone", choose Eastern, Central, Pacific, etc., and be SURE to program your TiVo or DVR to record accurately for your time zone!  At the link it defaults to Eastern time zone, so if you live in Central or Mountain or Pacific be SURE to activate that pull down toggle so you know what time to set to record in YOUR time zone.

It's about 9 hours and 15 minutes of programming.  

A lot of it is in fact already on DVD or Blu-Ray, but it's great to get the historical perspectives from film historian Leonard Maltin and someone from Disney Studios.

Remember: Record the programming, or write yourself a note to not forget to view or record.

You should be able to set your TiVo or DVR to record this early in advance.

The next time this vintage Disney programming might be on :  May or June 2015, the monthly schedules for those months aren't up yet on TCM.com so write yourself another note to check for it.

Enjoy !

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http://www.tcm.com/schedule/index.html?tz=est&sdate=2015-03-15
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Quote (CarolKoster @ Mar. 05, 2015, 9:06 am)
Quote (CarolKoster @ Feb. 07, 2015, 1:58 pm)
The next Disney marathon of programming on TCM under "Treasures from the Disney Vault" banner is Sunday evening, March 15, 2015 at 8 PM Eastern and 7 PM Central.  The line-up is posted on TCM's website already so you can check now !  Most DVR's or TiVo's can be set to record about 10-days to two weeks in advance, so write yourself a reminder in your computer calendar, smart electronic device calendar, or your refrigerator door, or a real paper-type calendar or Date-Minder to record TCM March 15.  Check your listings on your cable or satellite provider for what channel, and local times.  Prefer to stream online?  TCM offers live-streaming program content.... BUT... you have to subscribe to an existing cable or satellite provider for it to work.  Most of the programming is already on DVD or Blu-Ray discs.  However there can be Disney animation department commentary and movie critic Leonard Maltin commentary that is unique to the TCM program marathons.

Bumping to make more current...

Coming up on Sunday night prime time March 15, 2015.

At the link is the schedule, in prime time Sunday evening, for "Treasures from the Disney Vault".  

On Turner Classic Movies TCM channel on cable or satellite.  

Be SURE to notice the toggle in the upper right hand corner for "time zone", choose Eastern, Central, Pacific, etc., and be SURE to program your TiVo or DVR to record accurately for your time zone!  At the link it defaults to Eastern time zone, so if you live in Central or Mountain or Pacific be SURE to activate that pull down toggle so you know what time to set to record in YOUR time zone.

It's about 9 hours and 15 minutes of programming.  

A lot of it is in fact already on DVD or Blu-Ray, but it's great to get the historical perspectives from film historian Leonard Maltin and someone from Disney Studios.

Remember: Record the programming, or write yourself a note to not forget to view or record.

You should be able to set your TiVo or DVR to record this early in advance.

The next time this vintage Disney programming might be on :  May or June 2015, the monthly schedules for those months aren't up yet on TCM.com so write yourself another note to check for it.

Enjoy !

:WaltDisney3:

http://www.tcm.com/schedule/index.html?tz=est&sdate=2015-03-15

All times are Eastern, the line up for the March 15, 2015 “Treasures from the Disney Vault” shows on Turner Classic Movies, but be aware there can be commentary and set discussions about these films and shows, so probably best to over program, before and after the stated show, to catch those, or program the whole block as a block.

8 PM Darby O’Gill and the Little People 1955
9:45 PM Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color : I Captured the King of the Leprechauns
10:45 PM Babes in the Woods 1932
11 PM Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color : The Story of the Animated Drawing 1955
12 AM The Three Caballeros 1944
1:30 AM Walt & El Grupo 2008
3:30 AM Fighting Prince of Donegal 1966

Ends at 5:30 AM Eastern morning of Monday March 16, 2015
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The next "Treasures from the Disney Vault" marathon of movies, cartoons and features airs Thursday night prime time July 2, 2015 on Turner Classic Movies Channel.  Since it started it's been airing on a Sunday primetime when it did.... Now it's on a Thursday night prime time....  Here's the line-up of programming at the link.  It's too early to tell your DVR or Tivo about it in order to record it and not miss anything.  But a lot of the content is already on DVD or Blu-Ray or downloadable.  Check your cable or satellite provider for exact channel number and start time and length for your time zone.  Remind yourself now for that night.

http://www.tcm.com/schedule/index.html?tz=est&sdate=2015-07-02
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Disney classic movies and classic cartoons fans:  "Treasures From the Disney Vault" is scheduled for Thursday, July 2, 2015 on cable-satellite channel Turner Classic Movies.  Click at the link, there is a menu to use to adjust the schedule according to your time zone, what's at the link is Eastern Daylight Time.  Tell your DVR or TiVo about it if you want to set those to record now, it's 9-hours, 15-minutes of programming.  Or write yourself a note to tune in.  

http://www.tcm.com/schedule/index.html?tz=est&sdate=2015-07-02
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"Treasures from the Disney Vault" on Turner Classic Movies was announced as airing 5-6 times a year, seems more like quarterly.  Last time: Early July 2015, and as of Aug. 2, 2015 checking advance listings as far forward as Oct. 1, 2015 no further Disney marathons are scheduled.... yet.  Just keep checking TCM listings... Disney has done cartoons themed to Halloween and Thanksgiving and autumn, so maybe Disney Studios and TCM have something planned for an air date sometime in October-November 2015 themed to those.  Just keep checking.
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