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An overview of Disney-related events that occured in 1991.
- January 18 - White Fang
- February 1
- February 22 - Scenes from a Mall (Touchstone Pictures)
- March 1 - Shipwrecked
- April 5 - The Marrying Man (Hollywood Pictures)
- April 26 - Oscar (Touchstone Pictures)
- May 3 - One Good Cop (Hollywood Pictures)
- May 17 - What About Bob? (Touchstone Pictures)
- May 24 - Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken
- June 19 - The Rocketeer premiered in Hollywood, California
- June 21 - The Rocketeer
- July 12 - One Hundred and One Dalmatians (final re-issue)
- July 24 - The Doctor (Touchstone Pictures)
- July 26 - V.I. Warshawski (Hollywood Pictures)
- August 3 - True Identity (Touchstone Pictures)
- September 18 - Paradise (Touchstone Pictures)
- September 27 - Deceived (Touchstone Pictures)
- September 29 - Beauty and the Beast (New York Film Festival)
- October 11 - Ernest Scared Stupid (Touchstone Pictures)
- November 1 - Billy Bathgate (Touchstone Pictures)
- November 10 - Beauty and the Beast premiered in Hollywood, California
- November 13 - Beauty and the Beast (New York City, New York)
- November 15 - Beauty and the Beast (Los Angeles, California)
- November 22 - Beauty and the Beast is released to critical acclaim and is a huge financial success
- December 20 - Father of the Bride (Touchstone Pictures)
- Walt Disney World Resort celebrates its 20th anniversary, with marketing focused on 20 new surprises for guests throughout 1991 and 1992 (with a few 1990 additions being lumped in) ranging from new attractions and shows to meet and greets and other minor additions.
- April 20 - Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant opens at Disney-MGM Studios.
- May 16 - Muppet*Vision 3D opens at Disney-MGM Studios.
- May 17 - Disney's Port Orleans Resort's French Quarter opens.
- September 21 - 20th Anniversary Surprise Celebration Parade debuts at Magic Kingdom.
- September 30 - Surprise in the Skies opens at Epcot.
- October 1 - SpectroMagic debuts at Magic Kingdom.
- November 22 - Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage opens at Disney-MGM Studios.
- December 20 - The Disney Vacation Club Resort (now Disney's Old Key West Resort) opens.
- March 15 - Disney Afternoon Avenue opens at Disneyland.
- June 20 - Disney's River Country celebrates its 15th anniversary at Walt Disney World Resort.
- February 22 - Adventures of the Gummi Bears airs its final episode.
- March 31 - Darkwing Duck premieres on the Disney Channel. It would begin running in syndication and on ABC on September 7.
- April 26 - Dinosaurs, a co-production between Walt Disney Television and Jim Henson Productions, premieres on ABC.
- August 8 - TaleSpin airs its final episode.
- September 13 - Disneydags debuts on SVT.
- December 14 - Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too premieres on ABC.
- Date unknown - Serieförlaget begins publication of Disney's TV-serier.
- Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse for Sega Genesis
- Mickey's Runaway Zoo for Commodore 64
- TaleSpin for NES
- November 21 - Fantasia for Sega Genesis
- The Little Mermaid for NES
- TaleSpin for the Sega Genesis
- December - The Lucky Dime Caper starring Donald Duck for Game Gear
- May - Mickey's Dangerous Chase for Game Boy
- December 19 - Quackshot for Sega Genesis
- April - Disney Comics adds a regular TaleSpin title to their line-up.
- August - Goofy Adventures is cancelled.
- September - DuckTales, Mickey Mouse Adventures, and Roger Rabbit are cancelled.
- October - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Roger Rabbit's Toontown, and TaleSpin are cancelled.
- February 6 - Taking Care of Business (Hollywood Pictures Home Video)
- March 6 - Arachnophobia (Hollywood Pictures Home Video)
- March 15 - DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
- May 3 - The Jungle Book
- May 8
- June 4 - Walt Disney Mini Classics: Willie the Operatic Whale, The Prince and the Pauper and Peter and the Wolf
- June 12
- June 28 - The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Volume 6: All's Well That Ends Well
- July 12
- July 17
- Run (Hollywood Pictures Home Video)
- July 19 - The Brave Little Toaster
- August 9 - TaleSpin Volume 1: True Baloo, Volume 2: That's Show Biz!, Volume 3: Jackpots & Crackpots and Volume 4: Fearless Flyers
- August 14 - Scenes from a Mall (Touchstone Home Video)
- September 11
- September 20
- September 27 - Simply Mad About The Mouse
- October 2 - The Marrying Man (Hollywood Pictures Home Video)
- October 10 - One Good Cop (Hollywood Pictures Home Video)
- November 1 - Fantasia
- November 6 - What About Bob? (Touchstone Home Video)
- November 13 - V.I. Warshawski (Hollywood Pictures Home Video)
- November 22 - Sebastian's Caribbean Jamboree
- The Magic of Christmas at Walt Disney World
- A Day at Disneyland
- December 18 - Disney purchases the Home Video distribution rights to Jim Henson Productions' library, creating the Jim Henson Video label in the process.
- January 6 - Inquinator
- January 9 - Airplane Jane, Princess Grace, Prince Rudolf
- January 18 - Jack Conroy, White Fang, Alex Larson, Clarence Skunker Thurston, Beauty Smith, Belinda Casey, Luke and Tinker, Grey Beaver, Kiche
- January 30 - Mira the Archaeologist
- January 31 - Douglas Benson
- February 7 - Dr. Axolotl
- February 11 - Ace London, General Patton, Prince Penguin
- February 20 - Marquis de Bouillabaisse, Lotta Lamour, Chancellor Trample
- April 7 - Honker Muddlefoot, Professor Moliarty
- April 8 - Dr. Zibaldo
- April 21 - Tuskernini, Gloria Swansong
- April 26 - Earl Sinclair, Frances Sinclair, Robbie Sinclair, Charlene Sinclair, Baby Sinclair, Roy Hess, Bradley P. Richfield, Cavepeople, Howard Handupme
- April 28 - Ammonia Pine, J. Gander Hooter, Vladimir Gryzlikoff
- May 3 - Ling Ling and Chang Chang, Mel Luster
- May 5 - Bushroot, Rhoda Dendron
- May 10 - Ethyl Phillips, Mr. Ugh
- May 12 - Jambalaya Jake
- May 17 - Gary
- June 1 - Steelbeak
- June 15 - Herb and Binkie Muddlefoot, Tank Muddlefoot
- June 21 - Cliff Secord, Jenny Blake, Peevy, Neville Sinclair, Eddie Valentine, Lothar, Otis Bigelow
- June 22 - Lilliput
- June - Sunshine, Nightwing
- July 6 - Megavolt, Negaduck (Negatron version)
- September 6 - Taurus Bulba, Hammerhead Hannigan, Hoof and Mouth, Clovis, Tantalus
- September 7 - Skippy
- September 14 - Andy Ape
- September 19 - Sara Bellum, King
- September 28 - Morgana Macawber
- October 1 - Quackerjack
- October 2 - Negaduck, Liquidator, Stegmutt, Neptunia, The Predator
- October 9 - Maurice
- October 10 - Dr. Fossil
- October 11 - Phineas Worrell, Francis Hackmore, Kenny Binder, Elizabeth, Tom Tulip, Matt Murdock, Mike Murdock, Joey, Gregg, Trantor, Cliff Binder, Amanda Binder, Mayor Murdock, Elizabeth's mother
- October 17 - Comet Guy
- October 21 - Isis Vanderchill
- October 23 - Sparky
- October 26 - Camille Chameleon
- October 30 - General Chow, Cabby
- October 31 - Nodoff
- November 13 - Monica DeVertebrae
- November 15 - Derek Blunt, Phineas Sharp, Anna Matronic
- November 20 - Spike, Caroline Foxworth, Mindy
- November 21 - Major Synapse, Hotshot and Flygirl
- November 22 - Belle, Beast, Gaston, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, Chip Potts, LeFou, The Bimbettes, Maurice, Monsieur D'Aquire, Wardrobe, Sultan, Palanquin, Fifi, Mrs. Potts' Other Children, Chef Bouche, Villagers, Philippe, Enchantress, Wolves, Music Box, Coat Rack, Gaston's buddies, The Bookseller, Pierre
- November 23 - Splatter Phoenix
- November 27 - Solomon the Great, Ramona, Gus Molehill, Glenda Molehill
- December 18 - Sexual Harris, Mr. Otto Lynch, Mr. Mason Dixon, Mr. Barry Wolfe, Mr. Harold Heffer
- January 18 - Britt McKillip (actress, voice actress, and musician)
- January 28 - Calum Worthy (actor, writer, and producer)
- February 10 - Emma Roberts (actress, model, and singer)
- February 17 - Bonnie Wright (actress, voice actress, fashion model, screenwriter, director, and producer)
- March 19 - Garrett Clayton (actor)
- March 28 - Amy Bruckner (actress and singer)
- April 3 - Hayley Kiyoko (actress, singer-songwriter, musician, and dancer)
- April 10 - Amanda Michalka (actress, singer-songwriter, model, and musician)
- May 15 - Mollee Gray (actress, singer, and dancer)
- May 19 - Jordan Pruitt (singer)
- June 18 - Willa Holland (actress, voice actress, and fashion model)
- June 29 - Tajja Isen (Canadian actress and singer-songwriter)
- July 5 - Jason Dolley (actor and musician)
- July 9 - Mitchell Musso (actor, voice actor, singer-songwriter, and musician)
- August 6 - Kacey Rohl (actress)
- August 13 - Nikita Hopkins (actor and voice actor)
- August 16 - Yūki Tokiwa (Japanese voice actor)
- August 17 - Austin Butler (actor, singer, and model)
- August 27 - Kasha Kropinski (actress, voice artist, and ballerina)
- August 28
- September 4 - Carter Jenkins (actor, producer, and screenwriter)
- September 5 - Skandar Keynes (actor)
- September 7 - Jennifer Veal (actress and voice actress)
- September 9 - Kelsey Chow (actress)
- September 17 - Mena Massoud (actor)
- September 20 - Spencer Locke (actress)
- October 6 - Roshon Fegan (actor, singer-songwriter, producer, dancer, and rapper)
- October 18 - Tyler Posey (actor, voice actor, musician, and producer)
- November 1 - Anthony Ramos (actor, singer, and songwriter)
- November 15 - Shailene Woodley (actress)
- November 30 - Sydney White (actress)
- December 19 - Libe Barer (actress and writer)
- December 20 - Jillian Rose Reed (actress and voice actress)
- December 26 - Eden Sher (actress and voice actress)
- December 27 - Chloe Bridges (actress)
- January 30 - John McIntire (actor and voice actor)
- February 1 - Jimmy MacDonald (voice and sound effects artist)
- February 3 - Nancy Kulp (character actress and comedienne)
- March 14 - Howard Ashman (playwright, lyricist, libretto, and musician)
- May 15 - Ronald Lacey (actor)
- May 6 - Guido Martina (artist and writer)
- August 4 - Don DaGradi (screenwriter and layout artist)
- November 5 - Fred MacMurray (actor)
- November 24 - Freddie Mercury (musician)
- November 25 - Eleanor Audley (actress and voice actress)
- December 21 - Leota Toombs (Imagineer)
- December 29 - Tony Strobl (comics artist and animator)