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DISNEY Chairman and CEO Robert Igers compensation jumped to $US43.7 million ($A53.12 million) in 2014 as the company had a blockbuster year.

Igers pay package was up 27 per cent from 2013, when he received $US34.3 million ($A41.69 million) in compensation. The change came in the form of a larger bonus: $US22.8 million ($A27.71 million), up 68 per cent from the year before.

The company disclosed the compensation package Friday in its annual proxy statement filed with regulators.

The Burbank, California, companys net income rose 22 per cent to $US7.5 billion ($A9.12 billion) in its fiscal year that ended Sept. 27, aided by strong performance for films including Frozen, Maleficent, and Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy.
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