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This day in Disney history, part 2: June 29th 2007 Ratatouille, the eighth animated feature film produced by Pixar, is released by Walt Disney Pictures. Directed by Brad Bird (creator of The Incredibles), Ratatouille features the voices of Patton Oswalt (as Remy), Lou Romano (as Linguini), Brian Dennehy (as Django), Brad Garrett (as Gusteau), Janeane Garofalo (as Colette), and John More...
This day in Disney history June 29th 1974 @ Disneyland, the America Sings attraction debuts in Tomorrowland's Carousel Theater. A special press preview is held with invited guests receiving a promotional version of the soon-to-be released LP record and a painted casting of Eagle Sam. Sam - voiced by Burl Ives - guides visitors through 4 big musical acts, each with a medley of perio More...
This day in Disney history, June 28th 1955 Walt Disney writes a letter to his employees from the Disney Studios and others who assisted on the creation of his new Anaheim park, inviting them to attend the grand debut on July 17. (He is concerned that there won't be enough people scattered throughout the park for the television cameras.) "As we come down the homestretch in the build More...
This day in Disney History June 27th†1952 - Disney's Goofy short "Teachers are People" is released by RKO Pictures. Narrated by Alan Reed (the future voice of Fred Flintstone), it features Pinto Colvig as Goofy. Here is a link if you'd like to watch: † † † † † † † † † † ††
This day in Disney history June 24th†1938 - Walt Disney graces the cover of this day's issue of The Family Circle periodical. The cover's text reads: WALT DISNEY....gave The Family Circle an exclusive interview, with emphasis on his animals (which is why we show your friend Donald Duck here too). We believe you will be as much interested as we were in George Kent's account of his t More...
This day in Disney history June 23rd 1956 - Disneyland's Skyway to Fantasyland and Skyway to Tomorrowland begin transporting guests across the park. Guests take off from a small Alpine chalet in Fantasyland and travel through the Matterhorn mountain on their way to Tomorrowland. Tomorrowland guests seated in Skwyay buckets pass over such attractions as the Richfield Autopia and the More...
This day in Disney history June 22nd 1955 - Disney's Lady and the Tramp, the studio's first feature-length cartoon produced in CinemaScope, is generally released. Directed by Clyde Geronomi, Wilfred Jackson, & Hamilton Luske, the film features the voices of Peggy Lee (who has also co-written the music), Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, and Bill Thompson. (The idea for the film comes f More...