HBO has just acquired a number of feature films from the Disney vault. According to The Hollywood Reporter, some of the films include Pearl Harbor, The Sixth Sense, and Pulp Fiction.

The deal consists of one hundred titles from the Walt Disney Studios, including films from Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, and Miramax Films. The date of availability on each title varies, with the rights to the first film kicking in on January of 2009. The last film will become available ten years after that.

HBO co-president Harold Akselrad stated, "HBO is the ideal home for these quality library titles. Our subscribers will greatly enjoy watching these movies for years to come."

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HBO's Janice Marinelli added, "HBO is a premier movie destination, and we are excited that their customers will be able to experience these films for the first time on their network."

B. Alan Orange