Question of the Week, This Day in History

This Day in Disney History June 27th

1927-Alice comedy Alice in the Klondike is released.

1930-Silly Symphony Arctic Antics is released.

1938-Disney Legend and voice of Alice and Wendy Kathryn Beaumont is born.

1952-Goofy cartoon Teachers are People is released.


1965-Television series Where the Action Is premieres on ABC.

1966-Television series Dark Shadows premieres on ABC.


1975-Game Show Password airs final episode.

Game Show Split Second airs final episode.

1979-Live action film The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again starring Don Knotts, Tim Conway, Harry Morgan and Ruth Buzzi is released.

1986-Touchstone film Ruthless People starring Danny DeVito, Bette Middler and Judge Reinhold is released.

Lucasfilm movie Labyrinth starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly is released.


1987-Final episode of Sidekicks airs.

1990-Final episode of Singer & Sons airs.

1991-Tomorrowland store Mickey’s Mart closes in Magic Kingdom it will be replaced by Mickey’s Star Traders.

1997-Animated film Hercules is released.


Parade Hercules “Zero to Hero” Victory Parade premieres at Disneyland.


Parade Hercules “Zero to Hero” Victory Parade premieres at Disney-MGM Studios.


1998-Disney Channel original movie You Lucky Dog airs.

2008-Pixar film Wall-E starring Fred Willard and featuring the voice talents of John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy and Sigourney Weaver is released.


2014-Televisions series Girl Meets World premieres on Disney Channel.

Question of the Week, This Day in History

This Day in Disney History June 26th

1909-Disney Legend and one of the Nine Old Men Wolfgang Reitherman is born.

1929-Mickey Mouse cartoon Mickey’s Follies is released.

1952-Film The Story of Robin Hood and his Merrie Men is released.

Tru Live Adventures Featurette Water Birds is released.

1956-Frontierland attraction Rainbow Mountain Stage Coaches opens in Disneyland replacing the Stage Coaches.

Frontierland attraction Rainbow Ridge Pack Mules opens in Disneyland replacing Pack Mules.


1957-Tomorrowland attraction Viewliner opens at Disneyland.


1959-Donald Duck cartoon Donald in Mathmagic Land is released.


1968-Film Never a Dull Moment starring Edward G Robinson and Dick Van Dyke is released.

1981-Film The Great Muppet Caper is released.


1989-Tomorrowland attraction Delta Dreamflight opens in Magic Kingdom replacing If You Could Fly.

1999-Disney Channel original movie Smart House airs.


2006-New Orleans attraction Pirates of the Caribbean reopens in Disneyland featuring new audio animatronics.


2009-Disney Channel Original Movie Princess Protection Program airs.


Tomorrowland attraction Cosmic Waves reopens in Disneyland.


Disney Studio 365 a teenage store in Downtown Disney District opens up.

2015-Disney Channel original movie Teen Beach Movie 2 premieres.

Question of the Week

Question of the Week

School is about to start, and some of us have finished, while others still have years to finish.  It was always a fun time, but at the same time you always dreamt of a really cool class.  So this week’s question is simply this.

If you could have had a class taught by any Disney Character, who would it be?

Me personally I would like Owl, he would drone on and I could sleep through the class.


Question of the Week

Question of the Week

Disney is known for having fireworks on a regular nightly basis at their Magic Kingdom parks.  Fireworks are unpredictable, but sometimes it is possible to make a unique shape out of them.  Disney has figured out how to get a Mickey Mouse Shape out of the fireworks.


So if you could have the fireworks go into any shape, or a shape that you would think would be cool in the sky, what shape would you have them do?

Me personally, I would want a Donald Duck Head shape to go along with Mickey.

Leave your answers in the comments.