Seriously? Why aren't The Classic Disney Shorts really legally available anywhere outside of those Walt Disney Treasures DVDs that are now very hard to find and expensive? Most stuff from around that time like Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry are pretty accessible, but there's not really much of a legal way to watch The Classic Disney Shorts. To me, this doesn't really make much sense because Mickey Mouse is the face of Disney and he's still iconic today with his successful new series of shorts and his successful Disney Junior shows. Donald and Goofy are also still beloved. Not only that, but these cartoons are timeless enough that a new generation of kids would probably love them. It's very weird how Disney puts some of their old shows that were never really that popular like that 101 Dalmatians show (Which I enjoy, but it was never one of their most popular Animated Shows based off a movie) on iTunes, Youtube, Google Play, and Amazon, yet they won't put a collection featuring the most iconic Disney characters on there. At the very least, Disney could play these Classic Disney Shorts at 3AM on The Disney Channel/Disney XD/Disney Junior (The reason I say Disney Junior as well is because there was a time when Good Morning, Mickey!, Donald Duck Presents, Mickey's Mouse Tracks, and Donald's Quack Attack aired during the preschool block). I mean, they basically made Disney very popular and what it is today. Sorry if this thread sounded like I was complaining. It's just strange how Disney hasn't made these shorts legally available in a while, compared to Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry which are legally available.