This Day in History

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.


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