An overview of Disney-related events that occured on September 13 through the years.
- 2013 - The Little Mermaid (3D re-release in the El Capitan Theatre for a one-month limited engagement)
- 1981 - Disney's Wonderful World airs for the last time on NBC.
- 1986 - The season two premiere of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, "Up, Up, and Away" premieres on NBC.
- 1990 - The TaleSpin episode "Mommy for a Day" premieres in syndication.
- 1993 - The Bonkers episode "Fall Apart Bomb Squad" premieres in syndication.
- 1994 - The Aladdin episode "The Vapor Chase" premieres in syndication.
- 1995 - The Gargoyles episode "Eye of the Beholder" premieres in syndication.
- One Saturday Morning begins airing on ABC.
- Recess and Pepper Ann debut on the block with "The Break In/The New Kid" and "Ziterella". On the same day, the 101 Dalmatians: The Series episode "Home is Where the Bark Is" premieres on ABC, along with the Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Friend's Friend".
- On Disney Channel, Muppets Tonight debuts its second season there, moving from ABC.
- 2002 - The Lizzie McGuire episode "Movin' On Up" and the Kim Possible episode "Monkey Fist Strikes" premiere on Disney Channel.
- 2019 - The Raven's Home episode "Disorder in the Court" will air on Disney Channel.
VHS, DVD, & Blu-Ray releases
- 2011 - Grey's Anatomy: The Complete Seventh Season (ABC Studios) and Private Practice: The Complete Fourth Season (ABC Studios)
- 2011 - The Tempest
- 2016 - Captain America: Civil War (Marvel Studios)
- 2016 - Quantico: The Complete First Season (ABC Studios)
- 1912 - Reta Shaw (actress)
- 1916 - Roald Dahl (author, novelist, short story writer, poet, fighter pilot, and screenwriter)
- 1920 - Wally Boag (actor, voice actor, and comedian)
- 1937 - Don Bluth (animator, film director, producer, writer, production designer, video game designer, animation instructor, and Co-founder of Sullivan Bluth Studios and Fox Animation Studios)
- 1939 - Richard Kiel (actor and voice actor)
- 1948 - Clyde Kusatsu (actor and voice actor)
- 1951 - Jean Smart (actress and voice actress)
- 1954 - Isiah Whitlock Jr. (actor, voice actor, writer, and director)
- 1960 - Greg Baldwin (actor and voice actor)
- 1965 - Jeff Ross (actor, voice actor, stand-up comedian, and screenwriter)
- 1980 - Ben Savage (actor, comedian, and screenwriter)
- 1982 - J.G. Quintel (voice actor, animator, writer, producer, director, and storyboard artist)
- 1987 - Erin Way (actress)