This Day in History

This Day in Disney History August 31st

1924-Disney Legend Buddy Hackett is born.

1935-Mickey Mouse cartoon Pluto’s Judgement Day is released.


1951-Goofy cartoon Get Rich Quick is released.


1960-Tomorrowland attraction Bathroom of Tomorrow closes in Disneyland.

1992-Circle Vision film American Journeys ends its run as a Tomorrowland attraction in Tokyo Disney.

1998-Animated series Hercules airs.

2004-Animated short One by One is released.

2007-Italy pavilion restaurant L’Originale Alfredo di Roma Ristorante closes at Epcot’s World Showcase.

2012-Direct to Video release of Secret of the Wings is released.

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This Day in Disney History August 30th

1908-Fred MacMurray is born, he will star in Absent-Minded Professor, The Shaggy Dog and The Happiest Millionaire.

1940-Mickey Mouse cartoon Pluto’s Dream House is released.


1946-Donald Duck cartoon Dumb Bell of the Yukon is released.


1991-Final episode of The Challenger airs.

1996-Film First Kid starring Sinbad, Robert Guillame, Timothy Busfield, Brock Pierce, James Naughton, Art LeFleur, Linda Eichorn, Bill Cobbs and Zachery Ty Bryan is released.


1997-Final episode of The Mighty Ducks airs.

Final episode of Nightmare Ned airs.

2005-Animated film Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch is released.


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This Day in Disney History August 29th

1905-Disney Legend Al Taliaferro is born.

1955-Fantasyland restaurant Chicken of the Sea Pirate Ship opens in Disneyland.


1964-Film Mary Poppins starring Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Glynnis Johns, David Tomlinson, Hermoine Baddley and Ed Wynn is released.


1967-Final episode of The Fugitive airs on ABC.

1981-Final episode of Eight is Enough airs on ABC.

1982-Fantasyland icon and restaurant Captain Hook’s Galley closes in Disneyland.


1992-Disney-MGM Studios parade Dinosaurs Live ends its run.

1997-Animated series Gargoyles airs its final episode.

1998-Disney Channel film Brink airs.

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This Day in Disney History August 28th

1957-Featurette Niok is released.

Tru-Life Fantasy Perri is released.

Special cartoon The Truth About Mother Goose is released.


1966-tomorrowland attraction 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Exhibit closes at Disneyland.

1979-Television series 240-Robert premieres on ABC.

1994-Final episode of¬†America’s Funniest People¬†airs on ABC.

Marketplace store The Art of Disney opens in Downtown Disney of Walt Disney World.

1995-Animated series The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show airs its final episode.

2003-Walking animatronic Lucky the Dinosaur premieres.


2009-Disney Channel Original Movie Wizards of Waverly Place the Movie airs.


2011-Sunshine Plaza store Engine Ear Toys closes at California Adventure.

Sunshine Plaza store Greetings from California closes at California Adventure.

Sunshine Plaza restaurant Baker’s Field Bakery closes at California Adventure.

Sunshine Plaza restaurant Burrrbank Ice Cream closes at California Adventure.

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This Day in Disney History August 27th

1931-Silly Symphony cartoon Egyptian Melodies is released.


1943-Animated short Reason and Emotion is released.

1948-Donald Duck cartoon Inferior Decorator is released.


1949-Final episode of Stand By For Crime airs on ABC.

1955-Fantasyland attraction Mickey Mouse Club Theater opens in Disneyland.


1988-Television movie A Friendship in Vienna airs.

1993-Hollywood picture film Father Hood starring Patrick Swayze, Halle Berry, Diane Ladd, Sabrina Lloyd and Brian Bonsall is released.

1994-Animated series Marsupilami airs its final episode.

1995-Aladdin’s Royal Caravan ends at Disney-MGM Studios.

1996-Television series Homeboys in Outer Space premieres.

1998-Main Street USA store Camera Center closes in Magic Kingdom.

Main Street USA store Town Square Exposition Hall opens in Magic Kingdom.


1999-Touchstone film The 13th Warrior starring Antonio Banderas and Omar Shariff is released.


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This Day in Disney History August 26th

1949-Goofy cartoon Tennis Racquet is released.


1990-Disney Legend Retta Scott dies.

1993-Part 3 of Television series Sky High airs.

1994-Film Camp Nowhere starring Christopher Lloyd is released.


Touchstone film It’s Pat featuring the character from Saturday Night Live is released.

2000-Disney Channel series In a Heartbeat premieres.

2003-Direct-to-Video animated film Stitch! The Movie is released.


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This Day in Disney History August 25th

1931-Disney Legend Regis Philbin is born.

1975-Disney Legend Cyril James dies.

1979-Television series Hart to Hart premieres on ABC.

1989-Backlot attraction Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular premieres at Disney-MGM Studios now Disney’s Hollywood Studios.


1994-Television series The Mod Squad premieres on ABC.

1997-Final episode of Soul Man airs.

2000-Disney Legend Carl Barks dies.

Disney Legend and Imagineer Wathel Rogers dies.

Touchstone film The Crew starring Richard Dreyfus and Jennifer Tilly is released.

2005-Disney Legend Armand Bigle dies.

The Living Seas pavilion closes down in part to become The Seas with Nemo & Friends.

2006-Film Invincible starring Mark Whalberg, Greg Kinnear and Elizabeth Banks is released.

Final episode of Brandy and Mr. Whiskers airs.

Disney Channel original movie The Cheetah Girls 2 airs.


2007-Final episode of Masters of Science Fiction airs on ABC.

2013-Phineas and Ferb Mission Marvel episode airs.