Disney’s last traditionally animated film, Home on Range, may move on to greener pastures (a new release date) thanks in part to another film change. Touchstone Pictures’ The Alamo, which was suppose to open on Christmas Day, has been moved to April 2004 to allow the filmmakers more time to complete it. Since the film has western like theme to it, it conflicts with Range and Disney’s live action Hidalgo, also set for release in April. Why might Disney move it? They moved Hidalgo because they believed it would conflict with Kevin Costner’s Open Range, so Disney might make the same decision here. Stayed tuned for further updates.