In the list, there are two examples of Disney changing their minds. Once about cancellation of an animated show and once about what extras to include on an anime DVD.
Kim Possible, a Disney channel animated series about a teenage crime fighter voiced by Christy Carlson Romano, was saved by the fans for a fourth and final season.
SaveKimPossible.com tells the story of how they reached out to Disney via online email petitions and hand written letters, which eventually lead to the renewal for another season of the show.
Another success story was for the fans of Princess Mononoke.
"When Disney/Buena Vista put out their release plans for the home video and DVD release of Princess Mononoke fans were upset that the DVD would not include a subtitled Japanese track. A letter writing campaign and petition mobilized by the Naussica.net mailing list sucessfuly convinced them otherwise; apparently they had no idea there was a demand for it." Source: tvtropes.orgBoth of these campaigns were in the days before social media. Let's keep writing letters, sending e-mails (Bob Iger, President and CEO of the Walt Disney Company, firstname.lastname@example.org), tweeting @Disney, and using the hash tag #SaveTheCloneWars! Let's Save The Clone Wars!
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