Back in August, Disney released all of its short films for the first time on Blu-ray and DVD.
The collection consists of 12 short films dating back to 2000.
Some of them are more recent like Oscar winner "Paperman," which was attached to 2012's "Wreck-It Ralph." Then there's the new "Frozen" short which played exclusively in front of the new live-action "Cinderella" in theaters.
Others haven't been available to view on home video before. If you haven't had a chance to check them out, the Disney dozen are currently available to stream on Netflix.
Keep scrolling to see the Disney shorts you may have never seen.
"Lorenzo" is about a blue cat who gets a hex put on his tail which then comes to life to cause mischief.
Director and writer Mike Gabriel was asked to take over the project from the late artist Joe Grant, the Disney legend responsible for animation in 1937's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and more recent hits like "Aladdin" and "The Lion King."
Work on "Lorenzo" began in 1949; however, it was never completed. Though "Lorenzo" originally played ahead of 2004 film "Raising Helen," this was the short's first release on film.
"John Henry" tells the story of the popular folk tale hero.
Originally released in 2000, "John Henry" tells the story of the titular steel-driver who went up against a steam-powered hammer which threatened his and others' jobs. Though he won in a test of power and speed, it was at the cost of his life.
It was released as one of four shorts in Disney's "American Legends" collection in 2002.
"Frozen Fever" originally debuted with 2015's live-action "Cinderella" in theaters.
The first new "Frozen" footage since the 2013 billion-dollar hit, "Frozen Fever" is a celebration of Anna's birthday; however, it gets interrupted when her magical sister Elsa comes down with a nasty cold.
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