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22 years ago, in 1995, Disney releases the film The Lion King on videocassette in the US, for US$26.99. Wow! Seems like a lot considering how much you can get a DVD for! Did you own it? What's your favorite part of the movie? (pc disneywiki, fanpop, picclick, aliexpress.) (thisdayinhistoryinfo) #disneymovies
"Ya know, I didn't bring these guys. They hired their own limo. Ya know, it's a real small one, Malibu Ken was the driver." 😂Those were John Lasseter's opening comments, 21 years ago today, before receiving a Special Achievements Award. Toy Story took over 4 years to complete and was the first computer animated feature film. Pixar is an incredibly talented company and it's great that Disney rec More...
To go with the Cinderella History today. We were there 2 years ago when the Live Action movie came out. This is the Carriage from the movie. They had it on display at Hollywood Studios. It was very Beautiful and we got to take lots of pictures with it. #disneymovies#WDWHS
67 years ago in 1950 the movie Cinderella was released by RKO Radio Pictures. *Disney had not had a major hit since Dumbo. The production of this film was regarded as a major gamble on his part. At a cost of nearly $3 million, Disney insiders claimed that if Cinderella failed at the box office, then the Disney studio would have closed! I'm glad audiences liked it!! Is Cinderella one of your top 10 More...
**Taken from the Huffingtonpost**
Look to the skies! Walt Disney World in Florida will soon have a new nighttime air show featuring dozens of illuminated drones. A short clip released online revealed how the machines will swirl in the night sky to form a Christmas tree. “This holiday season, the idea of ‘wishing upon a star’ will take on an e More...
32 years ago today, in 1985, marks the introduction of Disneyland's year-round, 365 day operation. More FUNABLE!! It had been closed certain days of the week during spring, fall and winter (always on Monday and sometimes also on Tuesday). Do you remember when it was an open every day or when this happened? (pc: pinterest & csus.edu) #disneyfactoids
#NEWS for those of you that just haven't seen enough of Frozen with Disney....#DisneyParksLIVE stream present a special peek at “Frozen, A Musical Spectacular” tomorrow abroad the Disney Wonder bit.ly/2jYD31h
Today marks the 25th Anniversary of Splash Mountain's Professor Barnaby Owl's Photographic Art Studio. It's the first attraction to have photographs taken of guests, as they make the final plunge down Chick-A-Pin Hill, the idea of former Disney CEO Michael Eisner. Post your fav Splash Mountain pics and hashtag it as #splashmountainplunge. These are a few funny ones I found on Google. (pc dorkly, d More...
21 years ago today, The Toy Story Funhouse and Hamm’s All-Doll Revue opened in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland. Both were gone before the beginning of the busy 1996 Summer season. Fun things to do included: Taking a picture with Buzz Lightyear and Woody. Play with giant Lite-Brite and Spirograph walls. At Woody’s Roundup, let Woody teach you the Two-Step. There was a Green Army Men room, where yo More...
56 years ago today, One Hundred and One Dalmatians was released in theaters. *One Hundred and One Dalmatians was a box office success, pulling the studio out of the financial slump caused by Sleeping Beauty, a costlier production released two years prior. Aside from its box office revenue, its commercial success was due to the employment of inexpensive animation techniques—such as using xerograp More...