Theme park happenings
- 1972 - If You Had Wings opens at the Magic Kingdom.
- 1999 - The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh opens at the Magic Kingdom.
- 1988 - The Disney Channel Premiere Film, Night Train to Kathmandu, premieres on Disney Channel.
- 1999 - The Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Adventures On-Line" and the Mickey Mouse Works episode "Von Drake's House of Genius: Remote Controlled Laser Lawn Mower/Pluto vs. the Watchdog/Donald's Dynamite: Opera Box/Around the World in Eighty Days" premiere on ABC.
- 2006 - The W.I.T.C.H. episode "A is for Anonymous" premieres.
- 2011 - So Random! premieres on Disney Channel, as well as the Good Luck Charlie episode "Charlie Shakes it Up!" (A crossover with Shake it Up).
DVD & Blu-ray releases
- 2001 - Oliver & Company: Gold Classic Collection (Canadian VHS)
- 2019 - The Handmaid Tales' third season premieres on Hulu with "Night", "Mary and Martha", and "Useful."
- Be Our Chef episode "The Spectacular Finale" premieres on Disney+.
- Disney Family Sundays episode "101 Dalmatians: Onesie" premieres on Disney+.
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian episode "Process" premieres on Disney+.
- Disney Insider episode "Artemis Adventure, Taste of Disney, Runaway Railway" premieres on Disney+.
- It's a Dog's Life with Bill Farmer episode "Disaster Rescue Dogs & A Dog Mayor" premieres on Disney+.
- One Day at Disney episode "George Montano: Plasterer" premieres on Disney+.
- Pixar in Real Life episode "The Incredibles: New York City Dash" premieres on Disney+.
- 1945 - Bruce Bayley Johnson (voice actor)
- 1953 - Kathleen Kennedy (producer and president of Lucasfilm)
- 1954 - Steven Meisel (fashion photographer)
- 1961 - Mary Kay Bergman (voice actress)
- 1962 - Jeff Garlin (stand-up comedian, actor, producer, voice artist, director, screenwriter, and author)
- 1970 - Stephen J. Anderson (animator, film director, screenwriter, and voice actor)
- 1971 - Mark Wahlberg (actor, comedian, producer, businessman, and former model and rapper)
- 1979 - Pete Wentz (bassist)
- 1996 - Vito Scotti (veteran character actor)
- 1998 - Jeanette Nolan (actress)
- 2004 - Ronald Reagan (actor, politician, and 40th President of the United States of America)
- 2012 - Ray Bradbury (writer and author)
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