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General Disney Trivia and Games Discuss This Day in Disney History in the Trivia and Games Forums forums; February 17 1960: Disneyland's Space Station X-1 closes. It will be replaced by The Art of Animation the following May. 1983: Disney's "Tron" is nominated for 2 Academy Awards. 1993: ...
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    February 17

    1960:
    Disneyland's Space Station X-1 closes. It will be replaced by The Art of Animation the following May.

    1983:
    Disney's "Tron" is nominated for 2 Academy Awards.

    1993:
    Disney's "Aladdin" is nominated for 5 Academy Awards.

    2001:
    The animated Disney series House of Mouse airs the episode "Gone Goofy".

    2002:
    The Studio Chapter of the NFFC, The Club for Disney Enthusiasts hosts Disney singer-songwriter Bob Moline at the Autry Museum of Western Heritage in Griffith Park, California. Moline's work includes such Epcot songs as "Listen to the Land," "Canada," and "Golden Dream."

    Voice-over actress Margaret Kerry (Tinker Bell's alter ego) and David Pacheco (Creative Director of Disney's Art Classics) appear as special guests of the Carolwood Pacific Historical Society at Walt Disney's Barn in Griffith Park, California.

    2004:
    Christy Carlsom Romano of Disney Channel's series Even Stevens and the voice of the animated Kim Possible joins the cast of the Broadway musical Beauty and the Beast. The 19-year-old Romano is the 13th actress to portray Belle since the musical opened in New York in 1994.

    Disney announces its deal to buy the Muppets and Bear in the Blue House.
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    February 18

    1933:
    Disney's Mickey Mouse cartoon "Mickey's Pal Pluto" is released.

    1939:
    Disney's animated commercial "Mickey Surprise Party" is released. The commercial short is made for the National Biscuit Company and will be shown at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

    1953:
    Disney's "The Alaskan Eskimo," a short documentary shot by the team of Alfred and Elma Milotte, is released. (It will win an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject.)


    1960:
    Under storm-threatening skies, the greatest winter athletes in the world gather in Squaw Valley, Califronia, to begin the Winter Olympics. The opening (and closing) ceremonies are orchestrated by Walt Disney, and involve 5,000 participants, 1,285 instruments and 2,645 voices from 52 California and Nevada high school bands. Disney artist John Hench has designed the massive Tower of Nations, located at the entrance of the valley.

    1995:
    Disney's "The Lion King" is released on videocassette in the U.S. (Some 20 million copies will be sold in the first week.)

    2000:
    A new fireworks show entitled "Believe ... There's Magic in the Stars," officially debuts at Disneyland. It has been created especially for the park's 45th anniversary.

    2002:
    Disney World celebrates Presidents' Day with the official dedication of the updated Hall of Presidents attraction which now includes an Audio-Animatronics figure of President George W. Bush. Fifty students from Lost Lake Elementary School (in Lake County) lead cast members and park guests in the Pledge of Allegiance. The Disney World Philharmonic Orchestra and Voices of Liberty choral group perform patriotic music.

    2004:
    The Walt Disney Company and The Jim Henson Company announces that they have entered into an agreement under which Disney will acquire the Muppets and Bear in the Big Blue House properties from Henson.
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    February 19

    1941:
    Disney's Technicolor feature Fantasia opens in Chicago, Illinois. (The film has been out in release since November 1940.)

    1967:
    An article titled "Florida's Disney World Aims at '70 Opening" appears in the New York Times.

    1985:
    Mickey Mouse is welcomed to China as part of the 30th anniversary of Disneyland. The touring mouse will visit 30 cities in 30 days.

    2002:
    The annual meeting of shareholders of The Walt Disney Company is held at the Hartford Civic Center in Connecticut
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    February 20

    1927:
    Disney's Alice Comedy film, "Alice at the Carnival" premieres at the Paramount Theater in New York City. The series of short live-action/animated films were the first movies that the Disney brothers produced and were the reason why the Disney Studios were originally created.

    1928:
    Disney's Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon "Africa Before Dark" is released.

    1961:
    Disney's animated short "Aquamania," featuring Goofy, is released. (It will be nominated for an Academy Award.)

    1995:
    AT&T and The Walt Disney Company announces the latest project in their 35-year association: the launch of the Indiana Jones Adventure, Disneyland's exciting new thrill ride.

    1998:
    The streets of Downtown Disney Pleasure Island are transformed into the French Quarter for a special five-night Mardi Gras celebration.

    2002:
    It is reported that a brand new tombstone has been placed in the graveyard at the entrance to Disney World's Haunted Mansion. The tombstone, the last one you will see when entering the attraction, is dedicated to Leota.

    2003:
    Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper of the syndicated television show "Ebert & Roeper" host the third annual Film Festival at sea aboard the Disney Wonder.
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    February 21

    1927:
    The Alice Comedy Alice at the Rodeo is released.

    1997:
    Club Disney, an interactive children's developmental play center and Disney's first regional entertainment concept, opens its first unit in Thousand Oaks, California.

    2001:
    Disney wins Grammy Awards for Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida" (Best Musical Show Album) and "When She Loved Me" from Toy Story 2, written by Randy Newman and performed by Sarah McLachlan (Best Song Written For a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media category). Also Riders In The Sky are presented with a Grammy for their album "Woody's Roundup Featuring Riders In The Sky" (a Walt Disney Records release).

    2002:
    A sneak preview is held at the Disney Gallery (located in Disneyland) for an exhibit featuring 100 images of Mickey Mouse by artist and former Disney Imagineer Eric Robison. The special evening is hosted by Mouseketeers Sherry Alberoni and Bobby Burgess. (The exhibit will officially open to the public 2 days later.)

    A Disneyland monorail stalls on a 25-foot high track, briefly stranding 65 passengers. The guests are led down to the ground by firefighters using ladders.

    Adam Vinatieri, who kick-started the New England Patriots' AFC playoff push with two clutch field goals and then booted his team into the Super Bowl winner's circle, appears at the Disney-MGM Studios. Surrounded by hundreds of cheering fans and autograph seekers, Vinatieri presses both his famous feet into a 2-by-3-foot mold filled with wet cement before signing his name for posterity.
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    February 22

    1924:
    Walt Disney ships his 3rd Alice Comedy film, Alice's Spooky Adventure to M.J. Winkler Productions (in New York).

    1987:
    TV's The Wonderful World of Disney airs "Parent Trap II" starring Hayley Mills.

    1996:
    Disney Online launches Disney.com, a Web site designed to promote a wide range of Disney products on the Internet.

    2000:
    Previews begin for Disney's Broadway show Aida at the Palace Theatre in New York City. The show features the music of Elton John.

    2001:
    Television's "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" begins a 3-day broadcast from the Disney-MGM Studios in Florida.

    At Disney World, a bird's nest catches fire on top of the Tommorowland Transit Authority attraction, forcing the ride to close for a short time. People onboard the ride are evacuated as a precaution and no one is injured.

    2004:
    USA Today runs an interview with dissident former Disney board member Stanley Gold. Reporter Michael McCarthy asks about the recent hostile takeover bid by Comcast and the upcoming Walt Disney Company annual meeting.

    At the 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Johnny Depp wins for his performance in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
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    1927:
    A young artist (fresh out of high school) named Leslie James Clark reports to work at the Disney Studio at 2719 Hyperion Avenue in Hollywood, California. Walt warns him "it might be just a temporary job." (Les Clark will go on to become one of Walt's Nine Old Men and stay with the Disney Studio for nearly half a century until his retirement in 1975.)

    1935:
    Disney's first color Mickey Mouse short "The Band Concert" is released. It is directed by Wilfred Jackson, who will go on to direct such Disney classics as "Lady and the Tramp" and "Peter Pan."

    1939:
    Walt Disney receives a special Academy Award for his classic 83-minute animated film "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," at the 1938 Academy Awards. Shirley Temple presents Walt with one statuette and seven miniature statuettes. Also, the Disney/RKO short "Ferdinand the Bull" wins an Oscar.

    1940:
    Disney's Pinocchio is generally released.

    2000:
    British rocker Phil Collins wins a Grammy for his work on Disney's "Tarzan" soundtrack.

    2001:
    Mardi Gras at Downtown Disney Pleasure Island begins today in Florida. (It will run through the 27th.)

    2002:
    As part of Walt Disney's 100th birthday celebration, The Disney Gallery, located in New Orleans Square in Disneyland, opens its doors to reveal a special art exhibit featuring 100 images of Mickey Mouse created by former Disney Imagineer Eric Robison. The exhibit will remain on display through September 8th.

    At Disney World, one of the park's longest running shows, Legend of the Lion King, has its final curtain call after more than 75,000 performances.

    The premiere screening of Disney's "Cinderella II: Dreams Come True" is held at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood. (It will premiere exclusively on DVD and video on February 26.) Voice-over actresses Jennifer Hale and Russi Taylor and recording artist Brooke Allison are all on hand for the event.

    2003:
    At the 45th Grammy Awards (held in New York City) "If I Didn't Have You" (from Disney's Monster, Inc. written by Randy Newman) wins Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media. Also Monsters, Inc. - Scream Factory Favorites (by Riders in the Sky) wins for Best Musical Album for Children.

    2004:
    "Snow White - An Enchanting Musical" begins running at Disneyland. The live production is the most elaborate stage show to be produced for the Fantasyland Theatre.

    Fortune magazine reports The Walt Disney Company is America's most admired entertainment company based on a survey of top entertainment industry executives, directors and securities analysts.
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    February 24

    1939:
    Disney's Silly Symphony cartoon "The Practical Pig" (featuring the Three Little Pigs) is released.

    1940:
    Florida-born actress Frances Langford records "When You Wish Upon a Star." (The release of Disney's "Pinocchio," prompts the successful singer-actress to record her own version of the tune.)

    1950:
    Disney's first full-length animated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (originally released in the U.S. in 1937) is finally released in West Germany.

    1956:
    The Disney short Chips Ahoy, featuring Donald Duck and Chip 'n' Dale, is released.

    1960:
    Disney's Kidnapped, starring Peter Finch and Peter O'Toole, is released. It is based on the Robert Louis Stevenson classic.

    1969:
    Disney's "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day" is nominated for an Academy Award.

    1975:
    Disney's "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too" is nominated for an Academy Award.

    1999:
    Disney's "The Lion King" wins Best Musical Show Album at the 41st Annual Grammy Awards, which are announced at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

    2003:
    It is reported that baggage searches at Walt Disney World parks (which began after September 11, 2001) may continue for a long time. Disney has begun building a permanent bag check area at the Magic Kingdom to take the place of the folding tables now being used.

    2004:
    Today is the last day for Disney World guests to view "75 InspEARations" (a tribute to Mickey Mouse). The statues will begin a U.S. tour in May.

    2005:
    Singabration (a song & dance event that includes 750 students performing on the Forecourt of Cinderella's Castle) kicks off at Walt Disney World.
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    February 25

    1938:
    Disney's Mickey Mouse cartoon "Boat Builders," featuring the voices of Walt Disney (as Mickey), Pinto Colvig (as Goofy), Marcellite Garner (as Minnie Mouse), and Clarence Nash (as Donald Duck) is released. The seven-minute short is directed by Ben Sharpsteen (who will go on to direct Dumbo).

    1965:
    Disney's film Mary Poppins is nominated for 13 Academy Awards including Best Picture.

    1980:
    Disney's The Black Hole is nominated for 2 Academy Awards.

    2000:
    Previews begin for Disney's pop-opera "Aida" at the Palace Theater in New York City. The show (which will open March 23, 2000) features songs by Elton John and Tim Rice.

    2003:
    Monkees singer/drummer Micky Dolenz begins touring as Zoser in Disney's Aida at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers, Florida. (In 2004 he will play the role on Broadway.)

    2005:
    Walt Disney World hosts the second annual "ESPN The Weekend Presented by Speed Stick 24/7" at Disney-MGM Studios. The 3-day event offers fans the opportunity to see and hear ESPN personalities and several legendary athletes.
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    Febrary 26

    1934:
    Disney's Building a Building and Three Little Pigs are both nominated for Academy Awards.

    1941:
    Walt Disney sends an inter-office communication stating that "Under present conditions, the laying out of cash for equipment is out of line. Our situation is plenty tough and after returning from a session with the bankers we have to stretch things out as far as we can and we still have to cut further." Disney is being forced to focus on cutbacks.


    1942:
    Walt Disney receives a special Academy Award, the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award (given to creative producers) at the 1941 Academy Awards. Music conductor Leopold Stokowski also receives a special Oscar for his work on Disney's Fantasia. The Disney/RKO short cartoon Lend a Paw is presented with an Academy Award as well.

    1962:
    Academy Award nominations are announced. Disney's "The Absent Minded Professor" earns 3, "Parent Trap" is nominated for 2, "Babes in Toyland" is recognized for 2, and the animated short "Aquamania" is nominated for one.

    1995:
    Grand opening ceremonies begin for Disneyland's newest attraction, Indiana Jones Adventure.


    1998:
    The All Star Cafe (a 240-seat restaurant) opens at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida.

    2002:
    Disney's Cinderella II: Dreams Come True is released on DVD and video. The movie features the voice of Jennifer Hale as Cinderella (whose voice-over work includes the 2002 movie The Powerpuff Girls and the TV series House of Mouse).

    An unclaimed Mickey Mouse snow globe clears out a section of the Sacramento International Airport after being mistaken for a bomb. The unlabeled cardboard box causes 150 people to be evacuated from the B-1 terminal and 5 outbound flights to be delayed.

    Kmart and Disney debut a colorful and fun new line of Disney-branded apparel at Kmart's Astor Place store in New York City.
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    Febrary 27

    1935:
    An Oscar (Short Subjects, Cartoons) is won for the Disney film The Tortoise and the Hare at the 1934 Academy Awards, held at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.

    1941:
    "When You Wish Upon a Star" (written by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington) from the Disney film Pinocchio, is awarded an Oscar for Best Song at the 13th Academy Awards. Leigh Harline, Paul J. Smith and Ned Washington are awarded an Oscar for Best Score (also for Pinocchio).

    1968:
    Louis Armstrong and his 7-piece band record 3 songs in a New York City studio for his upcoming LP Disney Songs the Satchmo Way. This day's session includes "Bout Time," "The Bare Necesseties," and "Ten Feet Off The Ground." (The album's remaining tunes will be cut in March.)

    1987:
    Tokyo Disneyland welcomes its 40-millionth guest.

    1994:
    Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan skips the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer so she can begin her multi-million dollar endorsements with Disney World.

    1995:
    Filmmaker George Lucas is on hand at Disneyland for the official dedication of the park's newest attraction, Indiana Jones Adventure.

    2001:
    Disney releases the straight-to-video sequel Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (featuring the voices of Alyssa Milano, Mickey Rooney, and Bronson Pinchot) on video and DVD.

    2003:
    The Atlanta Braves open their 2003 spring schedule with an exhibition game against Georgia Tech at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida. This begins the Braves 6th season of spring training at the 200-acre sports complex.
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    February 28

    1987:
    Disney's Sleeping Beauty is released on LaserDisc. (LaserDisc will remain the "Lexus of Video" ... until the DVD comes along.)

    2002:
    Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper, co-hosts of television's leading film review series "Ebert & Roeper," host their second annual Ebert & Roeper Film Festival At Sea aboard the Disney Wonder cruise ship.

    The Atlanta Braves take on the University of Georgia for an afternoon spring training game at Disney's Wide World of Sports Baseball Stadium. The stadium, located at 700 Victory Way in Lake Buena Vista, is the spring training home of the Braves.

    2003:
    UL's "Test the Limits Lab," attraction opens in Epcot's Innoventions at Walt Disney World. Underwriters Labs Inc. (whose ubiquitous "UL" marks can be found on billions of products around the world) hosts the interactive exhibit.

    Downtown Disney's Pleasure Island begins its 3-day annual Mardi Gras celebration.

    2004:
    The Earl of Sandwich Shop opens at the Downtown Disney Marketplace in Florida.

    2005:
    Clear Channel Radio launches a major promotion to help celebrate 50 years of family fun at Walt Disney theme parks. More than 400 Clear Channel radio stations participate in the campaign by airing promotional spots providing event details for the "Happiest Celebration on Earth."
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    March 1

    1924:
    Disney's Alice Comedies debut with the short Alice's Day at Sea in a handful of east coast theaters. The combination live-action and animated film features young Virginia Davis as Alice.

    1930:
    Disney animator Ub Iwerks, the first animator of Mickey Mouse, quits the studio to set up his own animation studio. (His character Flip the Frog will eventually fail and he will return to Disney.)

    1940:
    A rare instance of Walt Disney's praise occurs at a "Bambi" screening of two minutes of test animation by Frank Thomas and Milt Kahl. After seeing the footage, Disney turns to the two animators with tears in his eyes and says "Thanks, fellows. That's great stuff, no kidding. Those personalities are pure gold." Walt seldom gives a direct compliment. When "Bambi" is completed it will have the fewest lines of dialogue of any Disney animated feature.

    1941:
    Walt Disney's speech "Our American Culture," is broadcast during an intermission of the Metropolitan Opera. Walt's words include:
    "Once a man has tasted freedom he will never be content to be a slave. That is why I believe that this frightfulness we see everywhere today is only temporary. Tomorrow will be better for as long as America keeps alive the ideals of freedom and a better life. All men will want to be free and share our way of life. There must be so much that I should have said, but haven't. What I will say now is just what most of us are probably thinking every day. I thank God and America for the right to live and raise my family under the flag of tolerance, democracy and freedom."

    1992:
    At the 36th Annual Grammy Awards, Tim Rice and Alan Menken win seven Grammies for Disney's Aladdin, including one for Song Of The Year for "A Whole New World."

    1996:
    The Hilton Head Resort in South Carolina, a Disney Vacation Club resort property, opens. A 5-hour drive from Disney World, the resort is fashioned after a 1940s hunting and fishing lodge.

    1999:
    At Disney-MGM, a third drop is added to the drop sequence for the Tower of Terror attraction. Also, Doug Live (a new stage show) opens replacing Superstar TV.

    Kali River Rapids (a whitewater rafting adventure) and Maharajah Jungle Trek both open in the Asia section of Animal Kingdom.

    2002:
    The Atlanta Braves take on the Florida Marlins in their first big-league preseason game of the year at Disney's Wide World of Sports.

    2003:
    Epcot features the final performances of Tapestry of Dreams, coinciding with the end of the 100 Years of Magic celebration.
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    1976:
    Walt Disney World in Florida welcomes its 50-millionth guest.

    1995:
    Elton John wins the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal performance for his single Can You Feel The Love Tonight from Disney's animated smash hit The Lion King.


    2000:
    The Orlando Sentinel reports that Walt Disney World is planning a space exploration attraction that has intrigued NASA. The Space Pavilion, expected to open at Epcot in 2003, would feature a series of interactive exhibits and shows describing space exploration, culminating in a motion-simulator ride similar to what NASA astronauts use to prepare for space flight.

    2003:
    Disney World's Blizzard Beach water park splashes into the 2003 season.

    2004:
    Roy E. Disney and Stanley P. Gold hold a SaveDisney.com briefing and reception for shareholders of the Walt Disney Company in Philadelphia, the day before Disney's Annual Shareholder Meeting. The rally draws 800 people.

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    1845:
    Florida becomes the 27th state to join the United States of America when President John Tyler (on the last day of his administration) signs into law the act granting statehood to Florida's 57,921 inhabitants.

    1995:
    The "Indiana Jones Adventure, Temple of the Forbidden Eye" attraction opens in Disneyland's Adventureland. It is one of the first Disney attractions that has a different experience each time guests ride.

    The Lion King becomes the top-selling home video of all time, selling over 30 million units domestically and surpassing the record set in 1994 by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

    2000:
    Mardi Gras 2000 takes over the Florida streets of Downtown Disney's Pleasure Island for five nights of festivites.

    2001:
    Disney's town of Celebration, Florida, hosts its first annual Celebration Art Festival in the Market Street shopping district. The two-day festival features artwork from more than 200 local and national artists.

    At the Producers Guild of America awards, the Kodak Vision Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures is presented to Roy E. Disney for Fantasia 2000.

    2004:
    Disney's Board of Directors hold their Annual Meeting of Shareholders at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia at 10 a.m. The meeting is available live via webcast at the Investor Relations' Web site. Hours after the meeting, the Board announces that Michael Eisner will be replaced as Chairman of the Board
    by George Mitchell.

    2005:
    Disneyland hosts a special evening event in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Indiana Jones Adventure attraction.
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