This Day in History

Leap Day in Disney History

1952-Goofy cartoon Hello Aloha is released.


1956-Television show A Trip thru Adventureland/Water Birds airs.

1976-Television show The Survival of Sam the Pelican airs.

2000-Animated film An Extremely Goofy Movie is released.


2008-Phineas and Ferb episode Mom’s Birthday airs.


Phineas and Ferb episode Journey to the Center of Candace airs.


2012-Disneyland and Magic Kingdom both remain open for 24 hours for a special promotion.

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This Day in Disney History February 28th

1942-Pluto cartoon Pluto, Junior is released.


1993-Animated series Bonkers premieres on Disney Channel.


1997-Television special Walt Disney World’s 25th Anniversary Party airs.

2005-Final episode of The Bachelorette airs, the series will return in 2008.

2011-Disney Channel series My Babysitter’s a Vampire premieres.


2014-Lego Imagination Center opens in Disney Village.

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This Day in Disney History February 27th

1930-Disney Legend Rolly Crump is born.

1957-Television show A Crisler Story/Prowlers of the Everglades airs.

1959-Television special The Adventures of Chip ‘n’ Dale airs.

1966-Part 1 of Ballerina introducing Jenny Agutter airs.

1995-Television special Alien Encounters from New Tomorrowland airs.

1997-Television series Vital Signs premieres on ABC.

1998-Touchstone film Krippendorf’s Tribe starring Richard Dreyfus, Stephen Root, Lily Tomlin and David Ogden Stiers is released. To this day it still remains an accurate portrayal of Anthropology.


The satirical film “An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn” is released.

2001-Direct-to-Video Lady and the Tramp II: Scamps Adventure is released.


2004-Final episode of Lloyd in Space airs.

2009-Disney Legend Dorothea Holt Redmond dies.


Film Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience is released.

2014-Actor and director Leonard Nimoy dies.


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This Day in Disney History February 26th

1958-Television show The Saga of Andy Burnett: The Land of Enemies airs.

1960-Television show Texas John Slaughter: Kentucky Gunslick airs.

1989-Television film The Absent Minded Professor: Trading Places airs.

1991-Frontierland store Prairie Outpost & Supply opens in Magic Kingdom replacing Bearly Country.

1993-Educational film Recycle Rex general edition is released.

1998-Disney Legend James Algar dies.

Wide World of Sports Restaurant All Star Cafe opens.

1999-Touchstone film The Other Sister is released.

2000-Animated series The Weekenders premieres on One Saturday Morning.

2002-Direct to video movie Cinderella II: Dreams Come True is released.

2014-ABC sitcom Mixology premieres.

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This Day in Disney History February 25th

1927-Disney Legend Dick Jones is born, he will voice Pinocchio.


1938-Mickey Mouse cartoon The Boat Builders is released.

1968-Part 1 of Television show The Young Loner airs.

1972-Final episode of The Persuaders! airs on ABC.

1991-Frontierland Store Bearly Country closes to be replaced Prairie Outpost & Supply in Magic Kingdom.

2003-New Luau called Spirit of Aloha premieres at Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World.


2010-Final episode of the Deep End airs on ABC.

2014-Disney launches Disney Movies Anywhere app with iTunes.  Now guests can watch Disney movies anywhere.

Series Mind Games premieres.

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This Day in Disney History February 24th

1939-Silly Symphony cartoon The Practical Pig is released.


1950-Goofy cartoon How to Ride a Horse is released.


1955-Disney Legend Steve Jobs is born.

1956-Donald Duck cartoon Chips Ahoy is released.


1960-Film Kidnapped starring James MacArthur, Peter Finch, Bernard Lee, Niall MacGinness, John Laurie, Finlay Currie and Peter O’Toole is released.


1985-Main Street USA store Disney Clothiers, Ltd. opens in Magic Kingdom replacing Hallmark Card Center.


1996-Streets of America show The Spirit of Pocahontas closes at Disney-MGM Studios.

2008-Phineas and Ferb episode It’s a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World airs.


2012-Main Street USA restaurant Refreshment Corner opens in Disneyland.


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This Day in Disney History February 23rd

1916-Disney Legend Retta Scott is born.

1935-Mickey Mouse’s first color cartoon The Band Concert is released.


1955-Television show Davy Crockett at the Alamo starring Fess Parker, Buddy Ebson, Hans Conried and Kenneth Toby airs.


1964-Part 3 of Television show The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh airs.


1969-Part 3 of Television show The Secret of Boyne Castle airs.

1986-Television movie The Girl Who Spelled Freedom starring Wayne Rodgers airs.

Adventureland store Guatemalan Basket Weavers closes in Disneyland.

1990-Touchstone film Where the Heart Is starring Dabney Coleman, Uma Thurman, Crispin Glover, Joanna Cassidy and Christopher Plummer is released.

1996-Film Before and After starring Meryl Streep, Liam Neeson and Alfred Molina is released.

2002-Fantasyland attraction The Legend of the Lion King closes in Magic Kingdom.

2004-Fantasyland show Snow White-An Enchanting Musical opens in Disneyland.


2008-Phineas and Ferb episode Get that Bigfoot Out of My Face airs.


2010-Tomorrowland attraction Captain EO returns to Disneyland retiring Honey, I Shrunk the Audience.