Studios don't own the licensing rights to most of their works, the production committee does.
Anime is, by definition, produced in or with Japan, so anything otherwise cannot be considered anime.
Most people outside of Japan, at least, believe that Yugioh, Pokemon, and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, among others, have dubs superior to the original Japanese.
If anime is broadcast outside of Japan, usually it was licensed and granted permission by the production committee, and is thus mostly a business decision. With that in mind, most production committees and others involved in the anime's production will not care about how well something does overseas or if it will be licensed overseas to begin with: After all, most anime commissioned by production committees are made with the primary intent to sell copies of the source material, be it manga, LN, or VN; Original anime productions make money primarily from blu-ray sales, which is a secondary source of revenue for adapted anime.
Interestingly, Tsuki ga Kirei was meant to be rather Disney-like.
Wait how was Tsuki suppose be Disney like?
If anything I'd say Snowwhite with the Red hair was the closest to being anime version of a Disney movie. Not saying it was meant to be just that it is.