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This Day in Disney History August 27th

1931-Silly Symphony cartoon Egyptian Melodies is released.


1943-Animated short Reason and Emotion is released.

1948-Donald Duck cartoon Inferior Decorator is released.


1949-Final episode of Stand By For Crime airs on ABC.

1955-Fantasyland attraction Mickey Mouse Club Theater opens in Disneyland.


1988-Television movie A Friendship in Vienna airs.

1993-Hollywood picture film Father Hood starring Patrick Swayze, Halle Berry, Diane Ladd, Sabrina Lloyd and Brian Bonsall is released.

1994-Animated series Marsupilami airs its final episode.

1995-Aladdin’s Royal Caravan ends at Disney-MGM Studios.

1996-Television series Homeboys in Outer Space premieres.

1998-Main Street USA store Camera Center closes in Magic Kingdom.

Main Street USA store Town Square Exposition Hall opens in Magic Kingdom.


1999-Touchstone film The 13th Warrior starring Antonio Banderas and Omar Shariff is released.


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This Day in Disney History August 26th

1949-Goofy cartoon Tennis Racquet is released.


1990-Disney Legend Retta Scott dies.

1993-Part 3 of Television series Sky High airs.

1994-Film Camp Nowhere starring Christopher Lloyd is released.


Touchstone film It’s Pat featuring the character from Saturday Night Live is released.

2000-Disney Channel series In a Heartbeat premieres.

2003-Direct-to-Video animated film Stitch! The Movie is released.


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This Day in Disney History August 25th

1931-Disney Legend Regis Philbin is born.

1975-Disney Legend Cyril James dies.

1979-Television series Hart to Hart premieres on ABC.

1989-Backlot attraction Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular premieres at Disney-MGM Studios now Disney’s Hollywood Studios.


1994-Television series The Mod Squad premieres on ABC.

1997-Final episode of Soul Man airs.

2000-Disney Legend Carl Barks dies.

Disney Legend and Imagineer Wathel Rogers dies.

Touchstone film The Crew starring Richard Dreyfus and Jennifer Tilly is released.

2005-Disney Legend Armand Bigle dies.

The Living Seas pavilion closes down in part to become The Seas with Nemo & Friends.

2006-Film Invincible starring Mark Whalberg, Greg Kinnear and Elizabeth Banks is released.

Final episode of Brandy and Mr. Whiskers airs.

Disney Channel original movie The Cheetah Girls 2 airs.


2007-Final episode of Masters of Science Fiction airs on ABC.

2013-Phineas and Ferb Mission Marvel episode airs.


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This Day in Disney History August 24th

1942-Animated filmĀ Saludos Amigos premieres in Rio de Janeiro.

1945-Pluto cartoon The Legend of Coyote Rock is released.

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1972-Sitcom My Three Sons airs its final episode on CBS, it had originally begun on ABC.

1980-Television series Those Amazing Animals premieres on ABC.

1985-The Two Hundred and Fifty Millionth guest walks through the gates of Disneyland.

1989-Backlot attraction Ewok Village opens at the entrance of Star Tours in Disney-MGM Studios now Disney’s Hollywood Studios.


2001-Film Bubble Boy starring Jake Gyllenhal is released.

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This Day in Disney History August 23rd

1973-Final episode of the Mod Squad airs on ABC.

1981-Final episode of Those Amazing Animals airs on ABC.

1983-Disney Legend Grace Baily dies.


1991-Touchstone film True Identity starring Frank Langella is released.

1992-Main Street USA restaurant Town Square Cafe closes in Disneyland.

1997-Disney Channel Original Film Northern Lights airs.

2002-Disney Channel original movieĀ A Ring of Endless Light airs.

2007-Final episode of Knights of Prosperity airs.

2009-Playhouse Disney series Where is Warehouse Mouse? premieres.

2010-Fantasyland store Geppetto’s Sweets Shoppe closes in Disneyland.

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This Day in Disney History August 22nd

1927-Alice comedy Alice in the Big League is released.

1929-Silly Symphony cartoon The Skeleton Dance is released.


1936-Silly Symphony cartoon Toby Tortoise Returns is released.


1952-Variety series The Eddy Arnold Show airs final episode on ABC.

1956-Main Street USA store Carefree Corner opens in Disneyland.

1997-Touchstone film G.I. Jane starring Demi Moore and Viggo Mortenson is released.

2004-Final episode of the Days airs on ABC.

2008-Disney Channel original movie The Cheetah Girls: One World airs.

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This Day in Disney History August 21st

1992-Touchstone film The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag is released.

1995-Tomorrowland attraction People Mover closes in Disneyland.

1999-Disney Channel original movie Genius starring Trevor Morgan, Emmy Rossum, Charles Fleischer and Peter Keleghan airs.

2004-Disney Channel series Brandy & Mr. Whiskers airs.