Excitement monster Walt Disney has credited the proceeding with achievement of toys focused around its hit film Frozen and an increment in guests to its amusement parks for an "extraordinarily solid quarter".
Net wage climbed 19% to $2.2bn (£1.5bn) in the quarter, with incomes up 9% to $13.4bn, both better than estimate.
Solidified toys sold especially well, helping its buyer items division to report a 22% ascent in deals.
"This was yet an alternate unfathomably solid quarter for our organization," it said.
The organization likewise reported a 9% ascent in deals at its amusement stops and resorts for the three months to the end of December, regardless of apprehensions over a measles flare-up at Disney's Southern California stops in December.
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CEO Robert Iger told CNBC that the episode had no effect on participation and that guests were up contrasted with the same quarter a year ago.
On the other hand, deals in its studio excitement division fell 2%. Disney said the fall reflected the weaker execution of its Big Hero 6 film contrasted with Frozen's solid execution in the same quarter a year prior.
Disney's shares, which have effectively climbed 30% over the previous year, climbed a further 4.4% to $98.23 in nightfall exchanging.
"Our results by and by reflect the quality of our brands and brilliant substance," said Mr Iger.