This Day in History

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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