While Disney (NYSE: DIS) met earnings expectations this quarter, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos sees a few other takeaways that are worth investors' attention. He notes Disney's recent Lucas Arts acquisition and discusses investor excitement about the next "Star Wars" film, slated to come out in 2015, and other stand-alone films. Blake also tells us that Disney Interactive is due to make a profit in 2013 for the first time and gives us some very positive information about the company's parks and resorts investments. Finally, he goes over some factors that might signal that the stock is priced fairly at the current price.

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