This Day in History

This Day in Disney History July 12th

1957-Frontierland attraction Shooting Gallery opens at Disneyland.

1961-Tru Life Adventure Nicki, Wild Dog of the North is released.

1967-Film The Gnome-Mobile starring Walter Brennan, Matthew Garber, Karen Dotrice, Richard Deacon, Tom Lowell, Sean McClory, Ed Wynn and Jerome Cowan is released.


1972-Film Now You See Him, Now You Don’t starring Kurt Russell, Cesar Romero and Jim Backus is released.

1983-Tomorrowland show Show Biz Is opens in Magic Kingdom.

1989-Tomorrowland attraction Star Tours opens in Tokyo Disneyland.


1997-Final episode of Dangerous Minds airs.

1998-First ESPN Zone outside of Disney Parks Property opens in Baltimore, Maryland.

2001-Final episode of The Geena Davis Show airs.

2002-Touchstone film Reign of Fire starring Matthew McConaughay, Christian Bale and Gerard Butler is released.

Television series Monk premieres.


2008-Phineas and Ferb episode Traffic Cam Caper and Bowl-R-Ama Drama airs.

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2009-Final episode of Just for Laughs airs on ABC.

2012-Store World of Disney opens in Disney Village.



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