Walt takes viewers down into the studio basement where all the magical props are displayed for our viewing, including a headless princess who comes to life, and a magic top hat that releases balloons, a rabbit and a white dove... all to the magic words "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo". Walt then calls upon the slave in the Magic Mirror (played again by Hans Conried) to take over as host of the program. The result is a compilation of magical-themed programming including the shorts Magician Mickey and Trick or Treat, the "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" number from Cinderella, and "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment from Fantasia.
- The opening ten minutes of the program were released as a bonus on DVD releases of The Sword in the Stone.
- A loose comic adaptation of this program was released in July of 1957, with Mickey Mouse replacing Walt Disney as the narrator, under the title "Mickey Mouse in Magic Land".