- 1995 - The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show episode "Weight for Me/The Phantom Mask of the Dark Black Darkness of Black/A Fistful of Foodstamps" premieres.
- 1999 - The Bear in the Big Blue House episode "Wait For Me/Morning Glory" premieres on Playhouse Disney.
- 2000 - The PB&J Otter premiere on Playhouse Disney with the episode "Gotcha!/The Mysterious Mirror".
- 2004 - The Lilo & Stitch: The Series episode "Shortstuff" premieres on Disney Channel. The Kim Possible premiere on Disney Channel with the episode "Hidden Talent".
- 2010 - My Friends Tigger & Pooh premiere on Playhouse Disney with the episode "Piglet's Wish Upon a Star/Squirrels Will Be Squirrels", followed by "Lumpy's Downhill Battle/Darby's Squirmy Worms".
- 2016 - The Doc McStuffins episodes "Kirby's Derby" and "Ticklish Truck" premiere on Disney Junior.
- 2019 - The second season of Grown-ish premieres on Freeform.
DVD & Blu-ray releases
Theme park happenings
- 1977 - Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland closes at Disneyland to make way for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
- 1984 - The Astuter Computer Revue at Epcot's CommuniCore closes. It is the first attraction at Epcot to be closed.
- 1996 - World of Motion at Epcot closes to make way for Test Track.
- 2001 - Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa opens at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
- 2019 - Storybook Shoppe closes at Hong Kong Disneyland.
- 1898 - Dick Huemer (animator)
- 1938 - Mickie McGowan (voice actress)
- 1950 - Gary Morgan (actor)
- 1967 - Tia Carrere (actress)
- 1968 - Cuba Gooding, Jr. (actor, voice actor, and comedian)
- 1971 - Renée Elise Goldsberry (actress, singer, and songwriter)
- 1972 - Christopher Lennertz (composer)
- 1975 - Dax Shepard (comedian, actor, writer, director, and podcast host)
- 1978 - Megumi Toyoguchi (Japanese voice actress)
- 1980 - Georgie Kidder (voice actress)
- 1983 - Kate Bosworth (actress, model, and singer)
- 1986 - Una Merkel (actress)
- 2011 - Pete Postlethwaite (actor)
- 2018 - Frank Buxton (actor, voice actor, television writer, author, producer, and television director)
- 1938 - Leopold Stokowski arrives in Los Angeles for a recording session for The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
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