From now until January 31, 2021, ShopDisney.com will give 25% of the sale price of every vintage Mickey Mouse purchased to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Walt Disney’s 19th animated film was released on this day in 1967. Its sequel didn’t come until 2003.
While the new live action version of Disney’s Mulan doesn’t feature any songs from the original film, it does feature a new song featured during the credits. Christina Aguilera sings “Loyal Brave True.”
Disney’s live-action version of the cartoon classic “Mulan” goes straight to Disney+ but with a big rental price tag. The film doesn’t even contain songs or Mushu the dragon.
1981: ‘The Fox and the Hound’ Causes Unrest in the Kingdom Though in the end, Disney’s 24th animated film, The Fox and the Hound (which was released on this day … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for July 10
1994: ‘The Lion King’ Roars Into Theaters Walt Disney Picture’s 32nd animated feature, The Lion King premiered on this day in 1994. Though an original story, The Lion King was … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for June 24
1937: Golden Gate Bridge Opens Known by many as one of the most beautiful bridges in the world, Joseph Strauss began designing the Golden Gate Bridge in 1917. During this … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for May 27
1989: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Theme Park Opens On this day in 1989, Disney’s Hollywood Studios (located about as far away from Hollywood as possible) opened its gates for the first … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for May 1
Streaming on Disney+, “That Darn Cat” features one of the best movie gags of all time that takes place at a drive in movie theater.