With the start of a brand new month, unfortunately, for Disney+ subscribers in the United States, a small number of titles are sometimes temporarily removed due to pre-existing contracts.

Today, the 20th Century Studios film, “Flicka” has been removed from Disney+ in the United States, due to a pre-existing deal made before Disney purchased 20th Century Fox, and has now been moved over to Starz.

Defying her stern, practical rancher father, a 14-year-old girl befriends a wild filly, and with her older brother’s help, tries to buy the animal back from a rodeo entrepreneur by winning a wild horse race, only to nearly lose her again when a mountain lion attacks during the stormy trip home.


Unfortunately, unlike other streaming services, Disney doesn’t advise in advance if any titles are going to be removed from Disney+. It’s unknown how long the film will be available on Starz until “Flicka” is returned to Disney+ in the United States.

“Flicka” is still available to stream on Disney+ in other countries.





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