The world changed for the better on this day in 1901 as Walt Disney was born.
Perhaps Walt Disney’s most controversial movie, “Song of the South” was released in theaters on this day in 1946.
It was on this day that an elephant learned how to fly in 1941.
Cinderella moved into her castle at Walt Disney World when it opened on this day in Orlando, Florida.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (the little guy who came before Mickey Mouse) was born on this day in pop culture history along with the premiere of CBS’s “The Amazing Race.”
TV’s “Search for Tomorrow and “Sons of Anarchy” began and the “Disneyland” TV series ended on this day in pop culture history.
It was on this day the Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Walt Disney and P.L. Travers all attended the premiere of the movie “Mary Poppins.”
Without meaning to, Walt Disney’s animated “Bambi” led to a huge drop in hunting rifle sales when the film came out on this day in 1942.
It was on this day that Universal Pictures released its second version of the “Phantom of the Opera’, the only silent film won an Oscar and Mickey Mouse was copyrighted.
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