Naturally, any Disney based network of mine will include an output for classic entertainment. As far as series go the cornerstone will be the oft-forgotten animated shorts which would be packaged together under the name Mickey's Toontown. Other series available on this classic network will be The Muppet Show, Zorro, Mickey Mouse Club and the television series that started it all Disneyland.
Other series will include the three cartoons that started Disney's television animation boom: Adventures of the Gummi Bears, DuckTales and Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers. This network will also be the home of the award winning Disney Channel original Avonlea which deserves to be reintroduced to family audiences. Also available will be highlights from the classic ABC series Wide World of Sports which should satisfy the need of any lifelong sports fan in the family.
Marvel Comics will be well represented on this network with their early efforts to introduce the public to their now legendary characters. The Marvel line-up will start with The Marvel Super Heroes (featuring Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Namor), Spider-Man (featuring the classic theme song from 1967), the enduring Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and The Incredible Hulk (from 1982).
There will be plenty of movies available on Disney Family Classics including such all time classic features such as Old Yeller, Swiss Family Robinson and Pollyanna. There many would be musicals such as Summer Magic, The Happiest Millionaire and the One and Only Original Genuine Family Band. As well as adventures such as Treasure Island, Kidnapped and the Fighting Prince of Donegal. The available movies include lesser known animated features such as Fun and Fancy Free as well more modern classics like The Straight Story. The network will make many movies such as Smith!, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoe, Barefoot Executive, Never Cry Wolf, The Journey of Natty Gann and Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken available to the public.