I get the whole idea of blocking movies and current TV shows even though it doesn't really save any money either way. Pirates aren't going to pay for movies either way, most fans tend to legally support the films be it theatrical release, home video or legal download releases. Television doesn't work the same way it used to, and while most tend to go to the legal alternatives, not everything is available legally. But what ticks me the heck off is what Disney's doing here. And this isn't an "OH! Disney's evil and Disney was a racist antisemitic nut that had weird issues with Hispanic woman" anti-Disney rant. This is an every freaking company does it rant. Such and such will never be a profitable show released legally, yet we don't want to lose potential profits from a show we're refusing to profit off of because we don't think it's profitable. It's one way or the other. Release something legally on whatever format possible and give the fans what they want or pretend it never existed and don't freak out when crappy 20-30 year old VHS quality surface for free. I'm sure the fans would much rather support legal DVD (at least) quality from master tapes than something that's been in someone's basement for a couple decades. If Disney released these to even just Hulu or Netflix, that's one thing. But they're just sitting on these rights, not making money off them, so what's the point of freaking out about lost money for something they're not trying to make money off of to begin with? It's not like it's Inside Out losing a potential couple of mil because of some bad iPhone recording from a Russian website. I mean, at least with that the Trojan Horse viruses are punishment enough. They're poor quality VHS captures of a show you don't even bother with. Make them available if you're afraid of losing money. Not a single person gets any royalties when it's something hidden in a cave. There's no money lost if no money is attempted. Piracy does suck, that's for sure. So doesn't burying licenses and sitting on shows/movies because they won't be successful enough. It's baffling that smaller companies took cues from piracy, especially anime dub companies. They pretty much have deals to simulcast shows within hours of their Japanese releases. We got Space Dandy dubbed and aired on television before the Japanese version did! The thing is, they saw a problem and found initiative to take it down the right way. Offering a better alternative. And if you get these on hulu, they don't even force you into Hulu plus to watch them. Where is this initiative on the parts of bigger companies?