As Disney's Dreams on Parade (Japanese: ディズニー・ドリームス・オン・パレード), this parade started in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Tokyo Disneyland, "It started at the same time as Tokyo Disneyland 20th Anniversary and then continued with a good reputation after the end of the anniversary event.
Disney's Dreams On Parade: Moving On
On March 30, 2006, the parade was renamed from Disney's Dreams on Parade to Disney's Dreams on Parade: Moving On, and along with that came minor changes. The entire Dreams of Imagination unit was moved to the beginning, with the Mickey float now leading the parade. The Dream Begins unit was removed from the parade and all the units were renamed to follow on the themed lands at the park. This version also lacks the show stops the original version had.
On January 8, 2008, a portion of a parade float collapsed a steel pillar, estimated to weigh 300 kilograms, fell from the Tomorrowland unit not far from park visitors. No performers or visitors were injured in the collapse, and the collapsed pillar was carried away by cast members shortly afterwards. The park canceled its parades for the first time in its history in order to complete safety checks.
Despite the lawsuit over the character of King Louie, he did speak in this parade.