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Treasures From the Disney Vault Returns to Turner Classic Movies October 28, 2015


As part of Turner Classic Movies’ partnership with Disney, they occasionally get to delve into the Disney library of films for a night of “Treasures From the Disney Vault.”

Set your DVR’s, because the next installment, once again hosted by noted film critic Leonard Maltin, will air on Wednesday, October 28, 2015.


The evening begins at 8pm and continues into the wee hours. Here is the complete schedule (times ET) of this edition’s collection of Disney classics:

8:00pm – A trio of shorts: ”The Three Little Pigs” (1948); ”Three Little Wolves” (1936); ”The Big Bad Wolf” (1934)
8:45pm – ”The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad” (1949)
10:00pm – ”The Old Mill” (1937)
10:15pm – ”Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color: The Plausible Impossible” (1956)
11:15pm – ”Escape to Witch Mountain” (1977)
1:00am – ”Lonesome Ghosts” (1937)
1:15am – ”Frankenweenie” (1984)
2:00am – ”Mr. Boogedy” (1986)
3:00am – ”The Ghosts of Buxley Hall” (1980)
5:00am – ”Return from Witch Mountain” (1978)

Amusingly, TCM’s daily schedule lists both “Witch Mountain” movies as horror. It should also be noted that the version of “Frankenweenie” they are showing is directed by Tim Burton, but it is the original 1984 short film the 2012 full-length feature was based on.

You can find more in-depth listings on each feature at

2 thoughts on “Treasures From the Disney Vault Returns to Turner Classic Movies October 28, 2015”

  1. Just last week Mr. Boogedy popped into my mind, and I wondered if Disney would re-air or release all the classic Wonderful World of Disney films like both Boogedys, The Leftovers, Ask Max & The Richest Cat in the World. I think I saw a DVD of The Leftovers at one point. And a fan broke up The Richest Cat in the World into 10-minute segments for YouTube, but the last of those segments (the movie’s conclusion) was deleted. Unfortunately, I only found that out after watching all the other segments leading up to that point. “NOOO!! WHAT HAPPENS TO LEO??” hahaha

    1. The two Mr. Boogedy films have recently been released. However they are only available digitally, unless you are a Disney Movie Club member.

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