DISNEY boosted revenues and profits in the three months to the end of December, following box office success from films like Frozen and Thor: The Dark World . The media giant trumped expectations with a net income of $1.89bn (£1.16bn) for its first fiscal quarter, up from $1.38bn in the same period in 2012, a 33 per cent climb. Revenues climbed nine per cent to $12.31bn . Disney credited strong demand for its fourth quarter film releases, with operating income from studio entertainment climbing 75 per cent to $409m . Disney Infinity, a new video game, boosted operating income from interactive sources from $9m to $55m .
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