This Day in History

This Day in Disney History June 29th

1908-Disney Legend and Imagineer John Hench is born.

1919-Disney Legend and Imagineer Wathel Rogers is born.

1935-Silly Symphony cartoon Who Killed Cock Robin? is released.


1945-Donald Duck cartoon Donald’s Crime is released.


1951-Goofy cartoon Tomorrow We Diet is released.


1974-Tomorrowland attraction America Sings opens up in Disneyland replacing Carousel of Progress.

1981-Show Broadway at the Top plays in Top of the World restaurant in the Contemporary Resort of Walt Disney World.

1990-Frontierland store Bonanza Outfitters opens in Disneyland, it replaces Pendleton Woolen Mills & Dry Goods Store.

1994-Film I Love Trouble is released.

1996-Mickey’s Toontown Fair opens at Magic Kingdom, replacing Mickey’s Star Land.


Mickey Avenue attraction The Lottery closes at Disney-MGM Studios.

2007-Pixar film Ratatouille with the voice talents of Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm, Peter O’Toole, Brad Garrett, Will Arnett and John Ratzenberger is released.

Disney and Pixar?s RATATOUILLE movie image

2012-Touchstone film People Like Us is released.


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