If you have every been to Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in California, then you're probably familiar with the region called Tomorrowland. Tomorrowland brings the future into the present — allowing visitors of all ages to explore futuristic gizmos and go on voyages that highlight the human spirit. Thrill-seekers love venturing to Space Mountain, whereas Star Wars fans come to receive Jedi training.

Now, Disney is bringing the magic of this land to the big screen in its new movie Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney as Frank Walker and Britt Robertson as Casey Newton.

The film follows the story of Casey, a teen who finds a Tomorrowland badge that transports a projection of herself into the future. She teams up with Frank, a former boy-genius, to uncover the secrets of this mysterious place-in-time. In pure Disney fashion, the movie is optimistic, whimsical and made for dreamers.

With a sprinkle of pixie dust, most Disney movies turn into box-office gold. Disney fans still can't let go of Frozen — and other movies like Pirates of the Caribbean continue to pump out money-making sequels.

Let's face it: we just can't get enough of the movie magic in Disney films. So as you look forward to Tomorrowland, why not also look back at a history of animated and live-action gems? Here is a list of Disney movies and TV shows you can stream now on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon.


Netflix

The Rescuers (1977)

In this animated classic, an international mouse organization helps victims around the world.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

This live-action/animated comedy follows the story of a private detective who investigates a murder.

Disney Fantasia (1940)

This Disney classic blends animation with classical music.

Tarzan (1999)

This animated feature tells the story of a boy who is shipwrecked off the African coast and grows to be the king of the jungle.

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

In this Tim Burton film, Jack Skellington – the king of Halloween Town – discovers Christmas and kidnaps Santa Claus, swapping the holidays.

Dumbo (1941)

This animated movie tells the story of an elephant born with oversized ears and no confidence who performs in the circus.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

Based on the graphic novel by Victor Hugo, a deformed man who lives in Notre Dame must gain independence from in order to save a gypsy friend.

Tinker Bell (2008)

This animated film features Peter Pan's beloved fairy Tinker Bell in the world of Pixie Hollow.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire  (2001)

In this Disney film, a young adventurer joins a group of explorers to find the lost land Atlantis.

101 Dalmatians (1996)

Starring Glenn Close as Cruella De Vil, this live-action movie follows the story of dalmatians Pongo and Perdy as they save their pups from becoming fur coats.

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

Join Pooh and friends Piglet, Tiger and the gang for their adventures in the 100-Acre Woods.

Escape To Witch Mountain (1975)

Two orphans use their superpowers to escape two adults pretending to be relatives to exploit their gifts.

Hulu Plus

As Dreamers Do (2014)

Available on Hulu Plus, this biography follows the story behind the life of Walt Disney. (Also available to stream on Amazon Prime.)

Doc McStuffins (2012)

This Disney Junior animated series is about a 6-year-old girl who can heal toys and stuffed animals.

Handy Manny (2006)

This animated series is about a handyman who fix problems for his friends in his small town.

Bunnytown (2007)

In this Disney Junior series, puppet bunnies go up to Peopletown to see the silly things humans so.

Amazon Prime Instant Video

Ultimate Walt Disney World (2006)

This film will give you a behind the scenes look at all the rides and attractions at Disney World Resort.

After streaming these Disney movies and TV shows, check out Tomorrowland, in theaters May 22.

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