This Day in History

This Day in Disney History December 22nd

1954-Television show A Present for Donald airs.

1955-Film The Littlelest Outlaw is released.

1956-Featurette Disneyland, U.S.A is released.

1968-Television show The Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show airs.

1995-Disney Legend Bill Cottrell dies.

Animated music video Disney’s Timon & Pumba in Stand By Me is released.

Film Tom & Huck starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Brad Renfro and Michael McShane is released.


Chef Mickey’s restaurant opens in the Contemporary Resort, replacing Contemporary Cafe.


1996-Television special The Christmas Tree airs.

2000-The film O Brother, Where Art Thou? starring George Clooney, John Goodman and Holly Hunter is released.  It is a depression era story that takes place in the south and is based upon Homer’s Odyssey.


2007-Production Courtyard attraction The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror opens in Walt Disney Studios Paris.


2009-Final episode of Little Einsteins airs.

2014-Disney Imagineer Pat Burke dies.


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