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Theatrical releases[]


  • 2011 - Toy Story Toons: Hawaiian Vacation


  • 1977 - Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo
  • 1994 - The Lion King is released into theaters throughout the US to critical acclaim.
  • 2005 - Herbie: Fully Loaded
  • 2011 - Cars 2 is released in theaters to mixed reviews.


  • 2000 - The Even Stevens episodes "Stevens Genes"and "Take My Sister... Please" premiere on Disney Channel.
  • 2006
    • The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episode "Goofy on Mars" premieres on Playhouse Disney.
    • The Emperor's New School premieres on Disney Channel with the episode "Oops, All Doodles/Chipmunky Business".
    • American Dragon: Jake Long premieres on Disney Channel with the episode "Half Baked".
    • The That's So Raven episode "Juicer Consequences" premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2007 - The Hannah Montana two-part episode "Achy Jakey Heart" premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2011
    • The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episode "Mickey's Show and Tell" premieres on Disney Channel (Disney Junior).
    • The Wizards of Waverly Place episode "Beast Tamer" premieres on Disney Channel.
    • The A.N.T. Farm episode "phANTom locker" premieres on Disney Channel.
    • The Phineas and Ferb episodes "Bad Hair Day/Meatloaf Surprise" premiere on Disney Channel.
    • The Fish Hooks episode "Mascotastrophe" premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2012 - The Good Luck Charlie hour-long episode "Special Delivery" premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2014 - The Wander Over Yonder episode "The Fancy Party" premieres on Disney XD.
  • 2015 - The Kirby Buckets episode "The Hurt Box" premieres on Disney XD.
  • 2016
    • The Goldie & Bear episodes "Fairy Fly Adventure/Three's a Crowd" premiere on Disney Channel (originally premiered on Disney Junior on June 23).
    • The PJ Masks episodes "Catboy Squared/Gekko's Super Gekko Sense" premiere on Disney Junior.
    • The Lion Guard episode "Never Roar Again" was supposed to premiere on Disney Junior. However, due to the prominence of the crocodile Makuu, who was deemed offensive in light of a tragedy at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa where 2-year old Lane Graves was killed by an alligator while playing near the water, the episode was delayed to November 18.
    • The Girl Meets World episode "Girl Meets Triangle" premieres on Disney Channel.
    • The Disney Channel Original Movie Adventures in Babysitting premieres.
    • Bizaardvark premieres afterwards with the episode "First!".
  • 2017 - Sofia the First: The Mystic Isles premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2018 - The second season of Tangled: The Series premieres on Disney Channel under the new name Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure with the episode "Beyond the Corona Walls".
  • 2019
    • The Amphibia episodes "Anne Theft Auto/Breakout Star" premiere on Disney Channel.
    • The Raven's Home episode "Lost at Chel-Sea" premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2020 - The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode "A Trout in the Milk" premieres on ABC.
  • 2022
    • The Mickey Mouse Funhouse episodes "The Fantabulous Five (Plus One)!/Mickey Meets Rocket Mouse" premiere on Disney Channel.
    • The Eureka! episodes "Follow the Sledder/Stinkpod Day" premiere on Disney Junior.
    • The Bunk'd episode "Worst Aid" premieres on Disney Channel.
    • The Villains of Valley View episode "ColossaCon!" premieres on Disney Channel.
    • The Ultra Violet & Black Scorpion episode "The Legend of the Twelve Masks" premieres on Disney Channel.
    • The Raven's Home episode "Munch Ado About Lunching" premieres on Disney Channel.
  • 2023
    • The Hailey's On It! episodes "The Flamingo Must Flamin-Go/Splatter of the Bands" premiere on Disney Channel.
    • The Hamster & Gretel episodes "Let's See What You've Got/Churro's Day Out" premiere on Disney Channel.


Home media[]

  • 2003 - Air Bud: Spikes Back
  • 2016 - Adventures in Babysitting

Video games[]

  • 2008 - WALL-E is released for the PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC, Nintendo DS, & PlayStation Portable in North America.


  • 2002 - 5-Minute Adventure Stories


  • 2014 - The Legacy Collection: The Lion King

Character debuts[]

  • 1994 - Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, Scar, Zazu, Mufusa, Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed, Rafiki, Sarafina, Sarabi, and Pridelanders
  • 2011 - Finn McMissile, Holley Shiftwell, Professor Zündapp, Grem, Acer, Francesco Bernoulli, Rod Redline, Lewis Hamilton, Brent Mustangburger, David Hobbscap, Uncle Topolino, Mama Topolino, The Queen, Crabby, John Lassetire, Miles Axlerod, Shu Todoroki, Rip Clutchgoneski, and Galloping Geargrinder
  • 2016 - Lola, Jenny, Katy, Emily, Aj, Bobby, and Trey
  • 2017 - Prisma, Skye, Orion, Bash, Grump, Harrumph, Vega, and Azurine
  • 2018 - King Edmund, The Baron, Stalyan, and Vex


  • 2010 - The Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins is announced.[1]



  • 1893 - Roy O. Disney † (co-founder of The Walt Disney Company)
  • 1904 - Phil Harris † (comedian, jazz musician, singer, actor, and voice actor)
  • 1955 - Betsy Randle (actress)
  • 1958 - Tommy "Tiny" Lister (actor, voice actor, and professional wrestler)
  • 1971 - Christopher Showerman (actor, screenwriter, and producer)
  • 1979 - Mindy Kaling (actress, voice actress, comedian, director, producer, author, and writer)
  • 1982 - Laura Donnelly (actress)
  • 1996 - Harris Dickinson (actor, writer, and director)
  • 1998 - Liana Ramirez (actress)


  • 1997 - Brian Keith (actor)
  • 2000 - David Tomlinson (actor)
  • 2005 - Paul Winchell (actor, voice actor, comedian, humanitarian, inventor, and ventriloquist)


  1. Levine, Stuart (June 24, 2010). 'Doc McStuffins' set for Disney. Archived from the original on August 5, 2010. Retrieved on February 19, 2024.
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