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  • Renaissance Era

    1994

    Theatrical releases

    Feature films


    1996

    Television


    1997

    Theatrical releases

    Feature films

    Television


    1998

    Television

    Direct-to-video releases


    1999

    Home video releases

    VHS & DVD releases

    Television

    • January 16 - The Pepper Ann episode "A No Hair Day/Dance of the Seven Hazelnuts", premieres on ABC.
    • February 13 - The Hercules episode "Hercules and the Dream Date", the Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Sour Songbird", the Pepper Ann episode "The First Date Club/Unicycle of Life", and the Recess episode "That Stinking Feeling/My Funny Valentines" premiere on ABC.
    • February 27 - The Hercules series finale "Hercules and the Yearbook", and the Pepper Ann season two finale "That's My Dad", premiere on ABC.
    • March 13 - Mickey Mouse Works premieres on ABC.
    • March 20 - The Mickey Mouse Works episode "Goofy's Extreme Sports: Skating the Half Pipe/Mickey's New Car/Pluto's Penthouse Sweet/Donald's Shell Shots" premieres on ABC.
    • March 27 - The Mickey Mouse Works episode "Donald's Dynamite: Bowling Alley/Mickey's Airplane Kit/Von Drake's House of Genius: Time Reverser/Turkey Catchers/Dance of the Goofys" premieres on ABC.
    • April 3 - The Mickey Mouse Works episode "Pluto Gets the Paper: Spaceship/Donald's Rocket Ruckus/Goofy's Extreme Sports: Paracycling/Organ Donors/Mickey's Mistake" premieres on ABC.
    • April 10 - The Mickey Mouse Works episode "Maestro Minnie: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6/How to Be a Spy/Donald's Valentine Dollar/Pluto's Kittens" premieres on ABC.
    • April 17 - 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" premieres on ABC.
    • April 24 - The Mickey Mouse Works episode "Donald's Dynamite: Fishing/Purple Pluto/Von Drake's House of Genius: Money Increaser/Sandwich Makers/Pluto's Arrow Error" premieres on ABC.
    • May 1 - The Mickey Mouse Works episode "Mickey to the Rescue: Staircase/Pluto Runs Away/Daisy Bothers Minnie/How to Ride a Bicycle" premieres on ABC.
    • October 31 - The DIC Entertainment's Sabrina, the Animated Series episode "Nothin' Says Lovin' Like Something From a Coven" premieres on UPN and in syndication.
    • November 27 - The DIC Entertainment's Sabrina, the Animated Series episode "Hexcalibur" premieres on ABC.

    Direct-to-video releases


    Post-Renaissance Era


    2000

    Television

    Theatrical releases

    Feature films

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    • Reasons for why these events should have occured:

      1994

      A Goofy Movie - The film was originally intended to be released in theaters during the holiday season of 1994. However, some production problems in France delayed the film's release to Spring of 1995, while The Lion King was reissued to fill in for the film's absence.

      1996

      Jungle Stories - Cutscenes were included in the Jungle Cubs DVD Born to be Wild with the characters being depicted the same age that they were in The Jungle Book.

      1997

      Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin - There were rumors that the film was going to be theatrically, but due to its dark nature, it was released directly-to-video.

      "Disney's One Saturday Morning" - It was originally scheduled for a September 6th debut, but due to ABC and all the other networks airing Princess Diana's funeral instead of children's programming that day, it was pushed back a week later.

      1998

      The Hercules episode "Hercules and the Apollo Mission" - "Hercules and the First Day of School" was the first episode aired on ABC. It should've been "Hercules and the Apollo Mission" because "Hercules and the First Day of School" was when Hercules first met his friends Icarus and Cassandra and became a student at Prometheus Academy.

      The Lion King II: Simba's Pride - Simba and Nala had a son at the end of the original 1994 film, but because the filmmakers were unaware of The Lion King: Six New Adventures, they ended up having a daugther in this film as a result.

      The Recess episode "Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave" - This episode was originally scheduled to premiere on ABC December 19, but due to the channel running news about President Bill Clinton's impeachment, One Saturday Morning was pre-empted and the episode's premiere date was moved to December 26.

      1999

        • The Rescuers - On January 8, 1999, three days after the film's second release on home video, the Walt Disney Company announced a recall of about 3.4 million copies of the videotapes because there was an objectionable image in one of the film's background cels.

      The image in question is a blurry image of a topless woman that appears in two out of the film's more than 110,000 frames. The image appears twice in nonconsecutive frames during the scene in which Miss Bianca and Bernard are flying on Orville's back through New York City. The two images could not be seen in ordinary viewing because the film runs too fast - at 29.97 frames per second on video.

      It was reissued March 23, 1999, with the offending image edited out.

      The Hercules episode "Hercules and the Dream Date", the Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Sour Songbird", the Pepper Ann episode "The First Date Club/Unicycle of Life", and the Recess episode "That Stinking Feeling/My Funny Valentines" - The Hercules episode "Hercules and the Dream Date" premiered in syndication November 2, 1998 after the episode "Hercules and the Caledonian Boar premiered on ABC October 31 that same year. The Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Sour Songbird" premiered on ABC February 20, 1999. the Pepper Ann episode "The First Date Club/Unicycle of Life", and the Recess episode "That Stinking Feeling/My Funny Valentines" premiered on ABC November 13, 1999. These episodes should have premiered on ABC February 13 because they are all Valentine's Day-themed episodes.

      The Hercules episode "Hercules and the Yearbook" - This episode was aired in syndication on February 17, 1999 after "Hercules and the Romans". It should have aired as the show's finale after "Hercules and the Big Show" because Hercules and Meg were happily married.

      The Pepper Ann season two finale "That's My Dad" - This episode was paired with "A No Hair Day" and it premiered on ABC January 16, 1999 along with The Recess episode "Bad Hair Day/Dance Lessons", and the Hercules season two (ABC episodes) "Hercules and the Green-Eyed Monster". It should have premiere on ABC February 27 along with The Hercules episode "Hercules and the Yearbook", the Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Best Buddy", and the Recess season two finale episodes "Principal for a Day" and "The Beauty Contest" as a 1-hour episode because it had an epic plot.

      Mickey Mouse Works - There was an ad for the Toon-Twister TV promotion held on Disney's One Saturday Morning where the show was to premiere on March 13th, 1999 under the title MouseWorks, but for unknown reasons, that didn't happen and it premiered on May 1st under its current title.

      The First Doug Movie Ever - This film was originally planned to have been a direct-to-video release, but due to the box office success of The Rugrats Movie, it was brought to theaters. Critics were harsh to Doug's 1st Movie when it was released theatrically. Many noted that the film felt too much like an extended episode of the show (story and animation-wise) and many mention that the film should have stayed a direct-to-video release.

      The DIC Entertainment's Sabrina, the Animated Series episode "Nothin' Says Lovin' Like Something From a Coven" - The episode premiered on UPN as part of Disney's One Too September 24, 1999 after the episode "Anywhere But Here". The plot of the episode was about Sabrina throwing a Halloween party. It should have premiered on UPN October 31 after the episode "Scare Apparent premiered on ABC because it is a holiday-themed episode.

      The DIC Entertainment's Sabrina, the Animated Series episode "Hexcalibur" - The episode premiered on UPN as part of Disney's One Too November 28, 1999 after the episode "You've Got A Friend" premiered November 26. It should have premiered on ABC November 27 the week after the episode "Moldy Oldie" premierd November 20 because the plot revolved around Merlin the magician.

      2000

      • February 12 - The DIC Entertainment's Sabrina, the Animated Series episode "What Becomes of The Broken Hearted?" - The episode premiered on ABC November 13, 1999 after the episode "Driver Ed" premiered on UPN as part of Disney's One Too November 12. The plot for this episode revolved around Sabrina getting her heart broken. It should have premiered on ABC February 12, 2000 as a new episode because it revolved around romance and heartbreak.

      Recess: School's Out - The film was orignally going to be released in Summer 2000, but Disney didn't risk competition from other films, it was postponed to February 2001. It should have been released in Summer 2000 because the plot was about summer vacation.

      House of Mouse - The show premiered on ABC January 13, 2001 as a mid-season replacement for Mickey Mouse Works. It should have premiered on ABC September 9, 2000 along with Teacher's Pet because it was the revamp of "Disney's One Saturday Morning".

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