Sixty years ago the public was first introduced to the iconic princess on January 29, 1959, Aurora. Disney based this film on the original story that first appeared between 1330 and 1344, but was first put into print in 1528. In 1634, Giambattista Basile published the story and named it Sun, Moon, and Talia. Charles Perrault published it as...
Remember when Who Framed Roger Rabbit was released in theaters in 1988 and wanting so bad to visit Toontown? I know I did. Toontown opened in Disneyland on January 24, 1993, but there was something missing. Roger Rabbit! It wasn’t until a full year later did we see the grand opening of Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin on January...
Anybody out there a fan of spotted dogs? Pongo and Perdita walked into our lives on January 25, 1961, and animation would never be the same after it. This was the first technologically-contemporary film that Disney had released to this point. Basically, it was set in present time. A possibility of another would be Bambi (1942), but since there...
Disneyland Paris visitors got to experience a rare treat while visiting the park.
Wow! Thirteen years since Mike and Sulley made it to the parks. On January 22, 2006, we were introduced to Monsters, Inc.  Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! in Hollywood Pictures Backlot in California Adventure. The space that houses the Monsters, Inc. (2001) inspired attraction sat vacant for 4 years while Disney tried to fill its void with a...