List of Walt Disney anthology television series episodes

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Below is a list of episodes of the Walt Disney anthology television series.

Contents

Walt Disney's Disneyland episodes[edit]

"Each week, as you enter this timeless land, one of these many worlds will open to you:"

Frontierland Tomorrowland Adventureland Fantasyland

Season 1 (1954–1955)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Disneyland Story October 27, 1954 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland USA.
2 Alice in Wonderland November 3, 1954 A condensed version of the 1951 feature film.
3 Prairie / Seal Island November 10, 1954 Both sequences available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 2: Lands of Exploration.
4 The Donald Duck Story November 17, 1954
5 So Dear to My Heart November 24, 1954 A condensed version of the 1948 feature film.
6 A Story of Dogs December 1, 1954 The first half of the episode is available on the "Platinum Edition" DVD of Lady and the Tramp. The second half of the episode is available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: The Complete Pluto.
7 Operation Undersea December 8, 1954 Available for digital purchase. (iTunes, Amazon video)
8 Davy Crockett: Indian Fighter December 15, 1954 Part 1 of the Davy Crockett miniseries, later released theatrically as part of Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Davy Crockett.
9 A Present for Donald December 22, 1954 A condensed version of the 1944 feature The Three Caballeros.
10 Beaver Valley / Cameras in Africa December 29, 1954 Beaver Valley is available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 1: Wonders of the World. Cameras in Africa is available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 3: Creatures of the Wild.
11 Treasure Island January 5, 1955 A serialized version of the 1950 feature film.
12 January 12, 1955
13 Monsters of the Deep January 19, 1955 Portion of the episode is available on the "Special Edition" DVD of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
14 Davy Crockett Goes to Congress January 26, 1955 Part 2 of the Davy Crockett miniseries, later released theatrically as part of Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Davy Crockett.
15 Wind in the Willows February 2, 1955 Contains the stories The Reluctant Dragon (from the 1941 feature of the same name) and Wind in the Willows (from the 1949 feature The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad).
16 A Progress Report / Nature's Half Acre February 9, 1955 Nature's Half Acre is available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 4: Nature's Mysteries.
17 Cavalcade of Songs February 16, 1955 The second half of the episode is available on the "Platinum Edition" DVD of Lady and the Tramp.
18 Davy Crockett at the Alamo February 23, 1955 Part 3 of the Davy Crockett miniseries, later released theatrically as part of Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Davy Crockett.
19 From Aesop to Hans Christian Andersen March 2, 1955
20 Man in Space March 9, 1955 Later released theatrically in 1956 with Davy Crockett and the River Pirates, and nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Tomorrow Land.
21 The Pre-Opening Report from Disneyland July 13, 1955 Aired just days prior to the grand opening of Disneyland Park. The second half of the show presents a tribute to Mickey Mouse, as seen in The Disneyland Story.

Season 2 (1955–1956)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Dumbo September 14, 1955 A condensed version of the 1941 feature film.
2 Behind the True-Life Cameras September 21, 1955 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 2: Lands of Exploration.
3 Jiminy Cricket Presents Bongo September 28, 1955
4 People and Places – Tiburon, Sardinia, Morocco / Icebreakers October 5, 1955
5 Adventures of Mickey Mouse October 12, 1955 Also known as Mickey's Greatest Adventures.
6 The Story of the Silly Symphony October 19, 1955
7 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow October 26, 1955 Contains the latter segment of the 1949 feature The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, preceded by an animated biography of Washington Irving.
8 The Story of Robin Hood November 2, 1955 A serialized version of the 1952 feature The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men.
9 November 9, 1955
10 Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race November 16, 1955 Part 4 of the Davy Crockett miniseries, later released theatrically as part of Davy Crockett and the River Pirates. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Davy Crockett.
11 The Story of the Animated Drawing November 30, 1955
12 The Goofy Success Story December 7, 1955 Available on the "Gold Classic Collection" DVD of A Goofy Movie.
13 Davy Crockett and the River Pirates December 14, 1955 Part 5 of the Davy Crockett miniseries, later released theatrically as part of Davy Crockett and the River Pirates. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Davy Crockett.
14 Man and the Moon December 28, 1955 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Tomorrow Land.
15 When Knighthood Was in Flower January 4, 1956 A serialized version of the 1953 feature The Sword and the Rose.
16 January 11, 1956
17 A Tribute to Joel Chandler Harris January 18, 1956 The last quarter of the show presents the "Tar Baby" sequence from the 1946 feature Song of the South
18 A Day in the Life of Donald Duck February 1, 1956 Available on the laserdisc set The Disneyland Anthology.[1]
19 Survival in Nature February 8, 1956
20 Our Unsung Villains February 15, 1956
21 A Trip Through Adventureland / Water Birds February 29, 1956 Water Birds available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 1: Wonders of the World.
22 On Vacation March 7, 1956 Also known as On Vacation with Mickey Mouse and Friends.
23 Stormy the Thoroughbred March 14, 1956
24 The Goofy Sports Story March 21, 1956
25 Where Do the Stories Come From? April 4, 1956 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Your Host, Walt Disney.
26 Behind the Scenes with Fess Parker May 30, 1956

Season 3 (1956–1957)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Note
1 Antarctica – Past and Present September 12, 1956
2 The Great Cat Family September 19, 1956 Excerpt available on the "Special Edition" DVD of The Aristocats.
3 Searching for Nature's Mysteries September 26, 1956
4 Rob Roy October 3, 1956 A serialized version of the 1954 feature Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue.
5 October 10, 1956
6 Goofy's Cavalcade of Sports October 17, 1956
7 Behind the Cameras at Lapland / Alaskan Eskimo October 24, 1956
8 The Plausible Impossible October 31, 1956 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios.
9 Cameras in Samoa / The Holland Story November 7, 1956
10 Along the Oregon Trail November 14, 1956 Available on the laserdisc set The Disneyland Anthology.[1]
11 At Home with Donald Duck November 21, 1956
12 Pluto's Day December 12, 1956
13 Your Host, Donald Duck January 16, 1957
14 Our Friend, the Atom January 23, 1957 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Tomorrow Land.
15 All About Magic January 30, 1957 Available on the DVD of The Sword in the Stone.
16 Tricks of Our Trade February 13, 1957 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios and Fantasia Anthology. Portions available on the "Platinum Edition" DVDs of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Bambi, and on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume 2.
17 The Crisler Story / Prowlers of the Everglades February 27, 1957 Available on the laserdisc set The Disneyland Anthology.[1] Both sequences also available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 1: Wonders of the World.
18 Man in Flight March 6, 1957 Features an excerpt from the 1943 feature Victory Through Air Power.
A 1961 repeat has some material cut to make room for a preview of The Absent-Minded Professor.
19 The Adventure Story March 20, 1957 Also known as The Goofy Adventure Story.
20 Donald's Award March 27, 1957
21 Disneyland, the Park / Pecos Bill April 3, 1957
22 People of the Desert April 10, 1957
23 More About Silly Symphonies April 17, 1957
24 The Yellowstone Story / Bear Country May 1, 1957 Both sequences available on the DVD Walt Disney Legacy Collection: True-Life Adventures - Volume 3: Creatures of the Wild.
25 The Liberty Story May 29, 1957 The second half consists of the 1953 featurette Ben and Me, featuring a newly animated prologue. Available on the DVD of Johnny Tremain.
26 Antarctica – Operation Deep Freeze June 5, 1957

Season 4 (1957–1958)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Fourth Anniversary Show September 11, 1957 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Your Host, Walt Disney.
2 Four Fabulous Characters September 18, 1957
3 Adventure in Wildwood Heart September 25, 1957
4 Andy's Initiation October 2, 1957 Part 1 of the Saga of Andy Burnett miniseries.
5 Andy's First Chore October 9, 1957 Part 2 of the Saga of Andy Burnett miniseries.
6 Andy's Love Affair October 16, 1957 Part 3 of the Saga of Andy Burnett miniseries.
7 Duck for Hire October 23, 1957
8 Adventures in Fantasy November 6, 1957 Available on the laserdisc set The Disneyland Anthology.[1]
9 To the South Pole for Science November 13, 1957
10 The Best Doggoned Dog in the World November 20, 1957 A 1961 repeat replaced the preview of Old Yeller with one of One Hundred and One Dalmatians
The second half of the show is the 1955 featurette Arizona Sheepdog.
11 How to Relax November 27, 1957
12 Mars and Beyond December 4, 1957 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Tomorrow Land.
13 The Horse of the West December 11, 1957
14 Faraway Places – High, Hot and Wet January 1, 1958
15 Saludos Amigos January 8, 1958 A condensed version of the 1943 feature film.
16 Donald's Weekend January 15, 1958
17 The Littlest Outlaw January 22, 1958 A serialized version of the 1955 feature film.
18 January 29, 1958
19 The Land of Enemies February 26, 1958 Part 4 of the Saga of Andy Burnett miniseries.
20 White Man's Medicine March 5, 1958 Part 5 of the Saga of Andy Burnett miniseries.
21 The Big Council March 12, 1958 Part 6 of the Saga of Andy Burnett miniseries.
22 Magic and Music March 19, 1958
23 An Adventure in the Magic Kingdom April 9, 1958 Later edited into a two-part serial on Disney's Adventure Time show during the 1958-59 season.
24 Four Tales of a Mouse April 16, 1958
25 An Adventure in Art April 30, 1958
26 Magic Highway, U.S.A. May 14, 1958

Walt Disney Presents episodes[edit]

Season 5 (1958–1959)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca October 3, 1958 Part 1 of Elfego Baca miniseries.
2 The Pigeon That Worked a Miracle October 10, 1958
3 Four Down and Five Lives to Go October 17, 1958 Part 2 of Elfego Baca miniseries.
4 Rusty and the Falcon October 24, 1958
5 Texas John Slaughter October 31, 1958 Part 1 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
6 His Majesty, King of the Beasts November 7, 1958 A condensed version of the 1955 feature The African Lion
7 Ambush at Laredo November 14, 1958 Part 2 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
8 The Boston Tea Party November 21, 1958 Part 1 of the 1957 feature Johnny Tremain.
9 Lawman or Gunman November 28, 1958 Part 3 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
10 The Shot That Was Heard Around the World December 5, 1958 Part 2 of the 1957 feature Johnny Tremain
11 Law and Order, Incorporated December 12, 1958 Part 4 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
12 From All of Us to All of You December 19, 1958
13 Killers from Kansas January 9, 1959 Part 3 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
14 Noik January 16, 1959
15 Showdown at Sandoval January 23, 1959 Part 4 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
16 The Peter Tchaikovsky Story January 30, 1959 The second half of the show, which presented a preview of Sleeping Beauty, was touted as the first television broadcast in widescreen and stereophonic sound. To create the illusion of a theater stereo system, the viewer would place an AM and FM radio on either side of his television set while the stations played the sound; this could not be arranged in all markets, so a second version of the show was produced that didn't make mention of these instructions and presented the scenes in mono.
17 Elfego Baca, Attorney at Law February 6, 1959 Part 5 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
18 Duck Flies Coop February 13, 1959
19 The Griswold Murder February 20, 1959 Part 6 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
20 The Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale February 27, 1959 Also known as Mixed Nuts.
21 The Man from Bitter Creek March 6, 1959 Part 5 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
22 Highway to Trouble March 13, 1959
23 The Slaughter Trail March 20, 1959 Part 6 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
24 Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom March 27, 1959
25 The Wetback Hound April 24, 1959
26 I Captured the King of the Leprechauns May 29, 1959

Season 6 (1959–1960)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Moochie of the Little League October 2, 1959
2 October 9, 1959
3 Killers of the High Country October 16, 1959
4 The Birth of the Swamp Fox October 23, 1959 Part 1 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
5 Brother Against Brother October 30, 1959 Part 2 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
6 Perilous Assignment November 6, 1959
7 Move Along, Mustangers November 13, 1959 Part 7 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
8 Mustang Man, Mustang Maid November 20, 1959 Part 8 of the Elfego baca miniseries.
9 A Storm Called Maria November 27, 1959
10 The Robber Stallion December 4, 1959 Part 7 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
11 Wild Horse Revenge December 11, 1959 Part 8 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
12 Range War at Tombstone December 18, 1959 Part 9 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
13 Tory Vengeance January 1, 1960 Part 3 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
14 Day of Reckoning January 8, 1960 Part 4 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
15 Redcoat Strategy January 15, 1960 Part 5 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
16 A Case of Treason January 22, 1960 Part 6 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
17 Wild Burro of the West January 29, 1960
18 Two Happy Amigos February 5, 1960
19 Desperado from Tombstone February 12, 1960 Part 10 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
20 Apache Friendship February 19, 1960 Part 11 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
21 Kentucky Gunslick February 26, 1960 Part 12 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
22 Geronimo's Revenge March 4, 1960 Part 13 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
23 This Is Your Life, Donald Duck March 11, 1960
24 Friendly Enemies at Law March 18, 1960 Part 9 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
25 Gus Tomlin is Dead March 25, 1960 Part 10 of the Elfego Baca miniseries.
26 The Mad Hermit of Chimney Butte April 1, 1960

Season 7 (1960–1961)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Rapids Ahead / Bear Country October 16, 1960
2 El Bandido October 30, 1960 Part 1 of the Zorro miniseries. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Zorro The Complete First Season.
3 Adios El Cuchillo November 6, 1960 Part 2 of the Zorro miniseries. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Zorro The Complete First Season.
4 Donald's Silver Anniversary November 13, 1960
5 Moochie of Pop Warner Football November 20, 1960
6 November 27, 1960
7 The Warrior's Path December 4, 1960 Part 1 of the Daniel Boone miniseries.
8 And Chase the Buffalo December 11, 1960 Part 2 of the Daniel Boone miniseries.
9 Escape to Paradise / Water Birds December 18, 1960
10 The Postponed Wedding January 1, 1961 Part 3 of the Zorro miniseries. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Zorro The Complete Second Season.
11 A Woman's Courage January 8, 1961 Part 7 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
12 Horses for Greene January 15, 1961 Part 8 of the Swamp Fox miniseries.
13 A Salute to Father January 22, 1961 Also known as Goofy's Salute to Father.
14 End of the Trail January 29, 1961 Part 14 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
15 A Holster Full of Law February 5, 1961 Part 15 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
16 Ambush at Wagon Gap February 19, 1961 Part 1 of the 1956 feature Westward Ho the Wagons!
17 White Man's Medicine February 26, 1961 Part 2 of the 1956 feature Westward Ho the Wagons!
18 The Coyote's Lament March 5, 1961
18 The Wilderness Road March 12, 1961 Part 3 of the Daniel Boone miniseries.
19 The Promised Land March 19, 1961 Part 4 of the Daniel Boone miniseries.
20 Auld Acquaintance April 2, 1961 Part 4 of the Zorro miniseries. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Zorro The Complete Second Season.
21 Battle for Survival April 9, 1961
22 Trip to Tucson April 16, 1961 Part 16 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
23 Frank Clell's in Town April 23, 1961 Part 17 of the Texas John Slaughter miniseries.
24 Flash, the Teen-age Otter April 30, 1961
25 Secret Mission May 7, 1961 Part 1 of the 1956 feature The Great Locomotive Chase, retitled Andrews' Raiders.
26 Escape to Nowhere May 14, 1961 Part 1 of the 1956 feature The Great Locomotive Chase, retitled Andrews' Raiders.
27 Wonders of the Water Worlds May 21, 1961
28 Disneyland '61 / Olympic Elk May 28, 1961
29 The Title Makers / Nature's Half Acre June 11, 1961 Final episode to be broadcast in black-and-white.
Final episode to air on ABC until 1986.

Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color episodes[edit]

Season 8 (1961–1962)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 An Adventure in Color/Mathmagicland September 24, 1961 First episode to air on NBC.
First episode to be broadcast in color.
First appearance of Ludwig Von Drake.
2 The Horsemasters October 1, 1961
3 October 8, 1961
4 Chico, the Misunderstood Coyote October 15, 1961
5 The Hunting Instinct October 22, 1961
6 Inside Donald Duck November 5, 1961
7 The Light in the Forest November 12, 1961 A serialized version of the 1958 feature film.
8 November 19, 1961
9 Holiday for Henpecked Husbands November 26, 1961 Also known as Goofy Takes a Holiday.
10 A Fire Called Jeremiah December 3, 1961
11 Kids Is Kids December 10, 1961 Also known as Donald Duck Quacks Up.
12 Backstage Party December 17, 1961
13 Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates January 7, 1962
14 January 14, 1962
15 Sancho, the Homing Steer January 21, 1962
16 January 28, 1962
17 Fantasy on Skis February 4, 1962 A condensed version was released theatrically in 1975 with a reissue of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
18 Comanche February 18, 1962 A serialized version of the 1958 feature Tonka
19 February 25, 1962
20 Carnival Time March 4, 1962
21 The Prince and the Pauper March 11, 1962
22 March 18, 1962
23 March 25, 1962
24 Spy in the Sky April 1, 1962
25 Von Drake in Spain April 8, 1962
26 Disneyland After Dark April 15, 1962 Features the television debut of The Osmond Brothers. Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland USA.

Season 9 (1962–1963)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Golden Horseshoe Revue September 23, 1962 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland Secrets, Stories and Magic.
2 Escapade in Florence September 30, 1962
3 October 7, 1962
4 The Silver Fox and Sam Davenport October 14, 1962
5 Man Is His Own Worst Enemy October 21, 1962 Also known as Ducking Disaster with Donald and His Friends.
6 Sammy, the Way-Out Seal October 28, 1962
7 November 4, 1962
8 The Magnificent Rebel November 18, 1962
9 November 25, 1962
10 The Mooncussers December 2, 1962
11 December 9, 1962
12 Hurricane Hannah December 16, 1962
13 Holiday Time at Disneyland December 23, 1962
14 Three Tall Tales January 6, 1963
15 Little Dog Lost January 13, 1963
16 Johnny Shiloh January 20, 1963
17 January 27, 1963
18 Greta, the Misfit Greyhound February 3, 1963
19 Inside Outer Space February 10, 1963 Reuses footage from Man in Space, Man and the Moon and Mars and Beyond.
20 To Conquer the Mountain February 17, 1963 Part 1 of the 1959 feature Third Man on the Mountain, retitled Banner in the Sky.
21 The Killer Mountain February 24, 1963 Part 2 of the 1959 feature Third Man on the Mountain, retitled Banner in the Sky.
22 A Square Peg in a Round Hole March 3, 1963 Also known as Goofing Around with Donald Duck.
23 The Horse with the Flying Tail March 10, 1963
24 Kidnapped March 17, 1963 A serialized version of the 1960 feature film.
25 March 24, 1963

Season 10 (1963–1964)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Horse Without a Head September 29, 1963
2 October 6, 1963
3 Fly With Von Drake October 13, 1963 Reuses footage from Man in Flight and Mars and Beyond.
4 The Wahoo Bobcat October 20, 1963
5 The Waltz King October 27, 1963
6 November 3, 1963
7 The Truth About Mother Goose November 17, 1963 Composed of the featurettes The Truth About Mother Goose and Mickey and the Beanstalk.
8 Pollyanna December 1, 1963 A serialized version of the 1960 feature film.
9 December 8, 1963
10 December 15, 1963
11 From All of Us to All of You #2 December 22, 1963 Features a "surprise gift": a sneak peek of The Sword in the Stone.
12 The Ballad of Hector the Stowaway Dog January 5, 1964
13 January 12, 1964
14 Mediterranean Cruise January 19, 1964
15 Bristle Face January 26, 1964 Also known as Fox Hunter.
16 February 2, 1964
17 The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh February 9, 1964
18 February 16, 1964
19 February 23, 1964
20 The Legend of Two Gypsy Dogs March 1, 1964
21 A Taste of Melon March 8, 1964 Part 1 of For the Love of Willadean.
22 Treasure in the Haunted House March 15, 1964 Part 2 of For the Love of Willadean.
23 In Shape With Von Drake March 22, 1964
24 Greyfriars Bobby March 29, 1964 A serialized version of the 1960 film.
25 April 5, 1964
26 Jungle Cat April 12, 1964 A condensed version of the 1960 film.
27 Disneyland Goes to the World's Fair May 17, 1964 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland Secrets, Stories and Magic.

Season 11 (1964–1965)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Hound That Thought He Was a Raccoon September 20, 1964
2 Nikki, Wild Dog of the North September 27, 1964 A serialized version of the 1961 feature film.
3 October 4, 1964
4 A Rag, a Bone, a Box of Junk October 11, 1964 Consists of the featurettes Noah's Ark and A Symposium on Popular Songs.
5 The Tenderfoot October 18, 1964
6 October 25, 1964
7 November 1, 1964
8 One Day at Teton Marsh November 8, 1964
9 Ben and Me / Peter and the Wolf November 15, 1964
10 Toby Tyler November 22, 1964 A serialized version of the 1960 feature film.
11 November 29, 1964
12 Big Red December 6, 1964 A serialized version of the 1962 feature film.
13 December 13, 1964
14 Disneyland 10th Anniversary January 3, 1965 Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland USA.
15 Ida, the Offbeat Eagle January 10, 1965
16 Gallegher January 24, 1965
17 January 31, 1965
18 February 7, 1965
19 An Otter in the Family February 21, 1965
20 Almost Angels February 28, 1965 A serialized version of the 1962 feature film.
21 March 7, 1965
22 Kilroy March 14, 1965
23 March 21, 1965
24 March 28, 1965
25 April 4, 1965

Season 12 (1965–1966)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Yellowstone Cubs September 19, 1965
2 A Case of Murder September 26, 1965 Part 1 of The Further Adventures of Gallegher.
3 The Big Swindle October 3, 1965 Part 2 of The Further Adventures of Gallegher.
4 The Daily Press vs. City Hall October 10, 1965 Part 3 of The Further Adventures of Gallegher.
5 Flight of the White Stallions October 17, 1965 A serialized version of the 1962 feature Miracle of the White Stallions.
6 October 24, 1965
7 Minado the Wolverine November 7, 1965
8 The Three Lives of Thomasina November 14, 1965 A serialized version of the 1963 feature film.
9 November 21, 1965
10 November 28, 1965
11 Summer Magic December 5, 1965 A serialized version of the 1963 feature film.
12 December 12, 1965
13 A Country Coyote Goes Hollywood December 19, 1965
14 Moon Pilot January 16, 1966 A serialized version of the 1962 feature film.
15 January 23, 1966
16 Music for Everybody January 30, 1966 A 1970 repeat replaced the "Clair de Lune" sequence with scenes from Sleeping Beauty, which was then having a theatrical reissue.
17 The Legend of Young Dick Turpin February 13, 1966
18 February 20, 1966
19 Ballerina February 27, 1966
20 March 6, 1966
21 Run, Light Buck, Run March 13, 1966
22 A Tiger Walks March 20, 1966 A serialized version of the 1964 feature film.
23 March 27, 1966
24 Concho, the Coyote Who Wasn't April 10, 1966

Season 13 (1966–1967)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Emil and the Detectives September 11, 1966 A serialized version of the 1964 feature film.
2 September 18, 1966
3 The Legend of El Blanco September 25, 1966
4 Savage Sam October 2, 1966 A serialized version of the 1963 feature film.
5 October 9, 1966
6 The 101 Problems of Hercules October 16, 1966
7 Showdown with the Sundown Kid October 23, 1966 Part 1 of Gallegher Goes West.
8 Crusading Reporter October 30, 1966 Part 2 of Gallegher Goes West.
9 The Ranger's Guide to Nature November 13, 1966
10 The Moon-Spinners November 20, 1966 A serialized version of the 1964 feature film.
11 November 27, 1966
12 December 4, 1966
13 Joker, the Amiable Ocelot December 11, 1966
14 Disneyland Around the Seasons December 18, 1966 Broadcast three days after the death of Walt Disney, preceded by a memorial tribute from Dick Van Dyke and Chet Huntley.[2] Available on the DVD Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland Secrets, Stories and Magic.
15 Willie and the Yank January 8, 1967 Released theatrically overseas as Mosby's Marauders.
16 January 15, 1967
17 January 22, 1967
18 Tragedy on the Trail January 29, 1967 Part 3 of Gallegher Goes West.
19 Trial by Terror February 5, 1967 Part 4 of Gallegher Goes West.
20 The Boy Who Flew with Condors February 19, 1967
21 Atta Girl, Kelly! March 5, 1967
22 March 12, 1967
23 March 19, 1967
24 Man on Wheels March 26, 1967
25 A Salute to Alaska April 2, 1967 Last episode to be originally introduced by Walt Disney, who had died four months earlier.
Originally planned as a theatrical featurette.

Season 14 (1967–1968)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Tattooed Police Horse September 10, 1967
2 The Not So Lonely Lighthouse Keeper September 17, 1967
3 How the West Was Lost September 24, 1967
4 The Fighting Prince of Donegal October 1, 1967
5 October 8, 1967
6 October 15, 1967
7 Run, Appaloosa, Run October 22, 1967
8 One Day at Beetle Rock November 19, 1967
9 The Monkey's Uncle November 26, 1967 A serialized version of the 1965 feature film.
10 December 3, 1967
11 A Boy Called Nuthin' December 10, 1967
12 December 17, 1967
13 From All of Us to All of You #3 December 24, 1967 Features a "surprise gift": a sneak peek of The Jungle Book.
14 Way Down Cellar January 7, 1968
15 January 14, 1968
16 Disneyland: From the Pirates of the Caribbean to the World of Tomorrow January 21, 1968 Excerpts available on the Blu-ray Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
17 Pablo and the Dancing Chihuahua January 28, 1968
18 February 4, 1968
19 My Family Is a Menagerie February 11, 1968
20 The Young Loner February 25, 1968
21 March 3, 1968
22 Wild Heart March 10, 1968
23 The Ranger of Brownstone March 17, 1968
24 The Mystery of Edward Sims March 31, 1968
25 April 7, 1968
26 Ten Who Dared April 14, 1968 A condensed version of the 1960 feature film.
27 Nature's Charter Tours April 21, 1968

Season 15 (1968–1969)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Legend of the Boy and the Eagle September 15, 1968
2 Boomerang, Dog of Many Talents September 22, 1968
3 September 29, 1968
4 Pacifically Peeking October 6, 1968 The first and only animated appearance of Moby Duck.
Reuses the animated "history-of-diving" sequence from Operation Undersea.
5 Brimstone, the Amish Horse October 27, 1968
6 The Ugly Dachshund November 3, 1968 A serialized version of the 1966 feature film.
7 November 10, 1968
8 The Treasure of San Bosco Reef November 24, 1968
9 December 1, 1968
10 The Owl That Didn't Give a Hoot December 15, 1968
11 The Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show December 22, 1968
12 Solomon, the Sea Turtle January 5, 1969
13 Those Calloways January 12, 1969 A serialized version of the 1965 feature film.
14 January 19, 1969
15 January 26, 1969
16 Pancho, the Fastest Paw in the West February 2, 1969
17 The Secret of Boyne Castle February 9, 1969 Also known as Spy-Busters.
Released overseas as Guns in the Heather.
18 February 16, 1969
19 February 23, 1969
20 Nature's Better Built Homes March 2, 1969
21 Ride a Northbound Horse March 16, 1969
22 March 23, 1969

The Wonderful World of Disney episodes (first run)[edit]

Season 16 (1969–1970)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Wild Geese Calling September 14, 1969
2 My Dog, the Thief September 21, 1969
3 September 28, 1969
4 The Feather Farm October 26, 1969
5 Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar November 2, 1969 A serialized version of the 1967 feature film.
6 November 9, 1969
7 Varda, the Peregine Falcon November 16, 1969
8 Secrets of the Pirates' Inn November 23, 1969
9 November 30, 1969
10 Inky the Crow December 7, 1969
11 Babes in Toyland December 21, 1969 A serialized version of the 1961 feature film.
12 December 28, 1969
13 Bon Voyage! January 11, 1970 A serialized version of the 1962 feature film.
14 January 18, 1970
15 January 25, 1970
16 Smoke February 1, 1970
17 February 8, 1970
18 Menace on the Mountain March 1, 1970
19 March 8, 1970
20 Disneyland Showtime March 22, 1970
21 Nature's Strangest Oddballs March 29, 1970

Season 17 (1970–1971)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Christobalito, the Calypso Colt September 13, 1970
2 The Boy Who Stole the Elephant September 20, 1970
3 September 27, 1970
4 The Wacky Zoo of Morgan City October 18, 1970
5 October 25, 1970
6 Snow Bear November 1, 1970
7 November 8, 1970
8 Monkeys, Go Home! November 15, 1970 A serialized version of the 1967 feature film.
9 November 22, 1970
10 Hang Your Hat on the Wind November 29, 1970
11 It's Tough to Be a Bird December 13, 1970 An expanded version of the 1969 Academy Award-winning featurette.
12 From All of Us to All of You #4 December 20, 1970 Features a "surprise gift": a sneak peek of The Aristocats.
13 Three Without Fear January 3, 1971
14 January 10, 1971
15 The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin January 17, 1971 A serialized version of the 1967 feature film.
Part 3 ends with the featurette Project Florida, a progress report on the forthcoming Walt Disney World.
16 January 24, 1971
17 January 31, 1971
18 The Boy From Dead Man's Bayou February 7, 1971
19 February 14, 1971
20 Hamad and the Pirates March 7, 1971
21 March 14, 1971

Season 18 (1971–1972)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Charlie Crawfoot and the Coati Mundi September 19, 1971
2 Hacksaw September 26, 1971
3 October 3, 1971
4 The Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove October 31, 1971
5 November 7, 1971
6 The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit November 14, 1971 A serialized version of the 1968 feature film.
7 November 21, 1971
8 Lefty, the Dingaling Lynx November 28, 1971
9 Disney on Parade December 19, 1971 Features highlights from the first edition of the arena show, videotaped in Adelaide, South Australia.
10 Mountain Born January 9, 1972
11 The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band January 23, 1972 A serialized version of the 1968 feature film.
12 January 30, 1972
13 Justin Morgan Had a Horse February 6, 1972
14 February 13, 1972
15 The City Fox February 20, 1972
16 Chango, Guardian of the Mayan Treasure March 19, 1972
17 Michael O'Hara the Fourth March 26, 1972
18 April 2, 1972
19 Dad, Can I Borrow the Car? April 9, 1972 An expanded version of the 1970 featurette.

Season 19 (1972–1973)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes September 17, 1972 A serialized version of the 1969 feature film.
2 September 24, 1972
3 The Nashville Coyote October 1, 1972
4 The High Flying Spy October 22, 1972
5 October 29, 1972
6 November 5, 1972
7 Nosey, the Sweetest Skunk in the West November 19, 1972
8 Chandar, the Black Leopard of Ceylon November 26, 1972
9 December 3, 1972
10 Salty, the Hijacked Harbor Seal December 17, 1972
11 The Mystery in Dracula's Castle January 7, 1973
12 January 14, 1973
13 50 Happy Years January 21, 1973 This show commemorated the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney Productions, and featured a sneak peek of Robin Hood, which was then still in production.
14 Rascal February 11, 1973 A serialized version of the 1969 feature film.
15 February 18, 1973
16 Chester, Yesterday's Horse March 4, 1973
17 The Little Shepherd Dog of Catalina March 11, 1973
18 The Boy and the Bronc Buster March 18, 1973
19 March 25, 1973
20 Call It Courage April 1, 1973

Season 20 (1973–1974)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Barefoot Executive September 16, 1973 A serialized version of the 1971 feature film.
2 September 23, 1973
3 Fire on Kelly Mountain September 30, 1973
4 Mustang October 7, 1973
5 October 21, 1973
6 King of the Grizzlies October 27, 1973 A serialized version of the 1970 feature film.
7 November 4, 1973
8 Run, Cougar, Run November 25, 1973 A serialized version of the 1972 feature film.
9 December 2, 1973
10 The Proud Bird from Shanghai December 16, 1973
11 From All of Us to All of You #5 December 23, 1973 Features a "surprise gift": a sneak peek of Robin Hood.
12 The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton January 6, 1974
13 January 13, 1974
14 Hogwild January 20, 1974
15 January 27, 1974
16 Carlo, the Sierra Coyote February 3, 1974
17 Ringo, the Refugee Raccoon March 3, 1974
18 Diamonds on Wheels March 10, 1974
19 March 17, 1974
20 March 24, 1974
21 The Magic of Walt Disney World March 31, 1974 An expanded and updated version of the 1972 featurette.

Season 21 (1974–1975)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Million Dollar Duck September 15, 1974 A serialized version of the 1971 feature film.
2 September 22, 1974
3 Shokee, the Everglades Panther September 29, 1974
4 Return of the Big Cat October 6, 1974
5 October 13, 1974
6 Two Against the Arctic October 20, 1974
7 October 27, 1974
8 Adventure in Satan's Canyon November 3, 1974
9 Runaway on the Rogue River December 1, 1974
10 Stub, the Best Cow Dog in the West December 8, 1974
11 The Sky's the Limit January 19, 1975
12 January 26, 1975
13 The Wild Country February 23, 1975 A serialized version of the 1970 feature film.
14 March 2, 1975
15 The Footloose Goose March 9, 1975
16 Deacon, the High Noon Dog March 16, 1975
17 Welcome to the "World" March 23, 1975

Season 22 (1975–1976)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Boy Who Talked to Badgers September 14, 1975
2 September 21, 1975
3 The Outlaw Cats of Colossal Cave September 28, 1975
4 The Secret of the Pond October 5, 1975
5 October 12, 1975
6 Seems There Was This Mouse October 19, 1975
7 Now You See Him, Now You Don't October 26, 1975 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1972 feature film.
8 Napoleon and Samantha November 2, 1975 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1972 feature film.
9 Twister, Bull from the Sky January 4, 1976
10 The Whiz Kid and the Carnival Caper January 11, 1976
11 January 18, 1976
12 The Bears and I February 1, 1976 A serialized version of the 1974 feature film.
13 February 8, 1976
14 Superdad February 15, 1976 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1973 feature film.
15 The Survival of Sam the Pelican February 29, 1976
16 The Flight of the Grey Wolf March 14, 1976
17 March 21, 1976
18 The Parent Trap May 16, 1976 A special 2½-hour presentation of the 1961 feature film.
19 Superstar Goofy July 25, 1976 Made to coincide with the 1976 Summer Olympics.

Season 23 (1976–1977)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 One Little Indian September 26, 1976 A serialized version of the 1973 feature film.
2 October 3, 1976
3 The Biscuit Eater October 10, 1976 A serialized version of the 1972 feature film.
4 October 17, 1976
5 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea October 24, 1976 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1954 feature film.
6 The Secret of Old Glory Mine October 31, 1976
7 The Apple Dumpling Gang November 14, 1976 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1975 feature film.
8 Disney's Greatest Dog Stars November 28, 1976
9 The Golden Dog January 2, 1977
10 Kit Carson and the Mountain Men January 9, 1977
11 January 16, 1977
12 Barry of the Great St. Bernard January 30, 1977
13 February 6, 1977
14 Go West, Young Dog February 20, 1977
15 The Strongest Man in the World February 27, 1977 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1975 feature film.
16 The Ghost of Cypress Swamp March 13, 1977 A special 2-hour presentation. First TV movie by Disney.
17 The Track of the African Bongo April 3, 1977
18 April 10, 1977
19 The Castaway Cowboy May 8, 1977 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1974 feature film.
20 Disney's Greatest Villains May 15, 1977 Features a sneak peek of The Rescuers.
21 The Bluegrass Special May 22, 1977

Season 24 (1977–1978)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Gus September 18, 1977 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1976 feature film.
2 Treasure of Matecumbe October 2, 1977 A special 2 hour presentation of the 1976 feature film.
3 Charley and the Angel October 16, 1977 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1973 feature film.
4 The Incredible Journey October 23, 1977 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1963 feature film.
5 Halloween Hall o' Fame October 30, 1977
6 The Mouseketeers at Walt Disney World November 20, 1977
7 From All of Us to All of You #6 December 25, 1977 Features a "surprise gift": a sneak peek of Pete's Dragon.
8 Three on the Run January 8, 1978
9 Journey to the Valley of the Emu January 22, 1978
10 The Shaggy Dog January 29, 1978 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1959 feature film.
11 The Million Dollar Dixie Deliverance February 5, 1978 A special 2-hour presentation.
12 Race for Survival March 5, 1978
13 Trail of Danger March 12, 1978
14 March 19, 1978
15 Child of Glass May 14, 1978 A special 2-hour presentation.
16 The Young Runaways May 28, 1978 A special 2-hour presentation.
17 A Tale of Two Critters June 4, 1978

Season 25 (1978–1979)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 NBC Salutes the 25th Anniversary of The Wonderful World of Disney September 13, 1978 A two-night celebration honoring the program's 25th anniversary.
The second night was a 2-hour presentation that featured a complete showing of Dumbo, plus highlights from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio and Cinderella.
2 September 17, 1978
3 The Shaggy D.A. September 24, 1978 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1976 feature film.
4 In Search of the Castaways October 1, 1978 A serialized version of the 1962 feature film.
5 October 8, 1978
6 The Gnome-Mobile October 29, 1978 A serialized version of the 1967 feature film.
7 November 5, 1978
8 The Boatniks November 12, 1978 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1970 feature film.
9 Mickey's 50 November 19, 1978 A special 90-minute presentation.
10 Christmas at Walt Disney World December 10, 1978
11 Donovan's Kid January 7, 1979
12 January 14, 1979
13 Shadow of Fear January 28, 1979
14 February 4, 1979
15 Ride a Wild Pony February 11, 1979 A serialized version of the 1975 film.
16 February 18, 1979
17 Never a Dull Moment March 4, 1979 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1968 feature film.
18 The Omega Connection March 18, 1979
19 Born to Run March 25, 1979
20 April 1, 1979
21 The Sky Trap May 13, 1979 A special 2-hour presentation.

Disney's Wonderful World episodes[edit]

Season 26 (1979–1980)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Absent-Minded Professor September 9, 1979 A serialized version of the 1961 feature film.
2 September 16, 1979
3 The Love Bug September 23, 1979 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1969 feature film.
4 Baseball Fever October 14, 1979
5 Major Effects December 16, 1979
6 From All of Us to All of You #7 December 23, 1979
7 That Darn Cat! January 13, 1980 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1963 feature film.
8 Donald's Valentine's Day Salute February 10, 1980
9 Escape to Witch Mountain February 17, 1980 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1975 feature film.
10 The Kids Who Knew Too Much March 9, 1980 A special 2-hour presentation.
11 Son of Flubber March 16, 1980 A special 2-hour presentation of the 1963 feature film.
One of the first national programs to be closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired.
12 Disney's Oscar Winners April 13, 1980
13 Sultan and the Rock Star April 20, 1980
14 The Secret of Lost Valley April 27, 1980
15 May 5, 1980

Season 27 (1980–1981)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Disneyland's 25th Anniversary September 14, 1980
2 Old Yeller November 9, 1980 A serialized version of the 1957 feature film.
3 November 16, 1980
4 The Mouseketeer Reunion November 23, 1980
5 The Ghosts of Buxley Hall December 21, 1980
6 December 28, 1980
7 Lefty April 19, 1981
8 Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life April 26, 1981 A companion to the book of the same title.
9 Follow Me, Boys! August 2, 1981 A serialized version of the 1966 feature film.
10 August 16, 1981

Walt Disney episodes[edit]

Season 28 (1981–1982)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Love Bug September 26, 1981 A serialized version of the 1969 feature film.
First episode to air on CBS
2 October 3, 1981
3 Herbie Rides Again October 10, 1981 A serialized version of the 1974 feature film.
4 October 17, 1981
5 A Disney Halloween October 24, 1981
6 The Last Flight of Noah's Ark October 31, 1981 A serialized version of the 1980 feature film.
7 November 7, 1981
8 A Disney Storybook November 14, 1981
9 November 21, 1981
10 The Cherokee Trail November 28, 1981 This show served as a pilot for a possible television series.
11 A Magical Disney Christmas December 5, 1981
12 Walt Disney: One Man's Dream December 12, 1981
13 Man's Hunting Instinct January 2, 1982 This show makes extensive use of footage from The Hunting Instinct.
14 Tales of the Apple Dumpling Gang January 16, 1982 This show served as a pilot for a possible television series, which eventually became Gun Shy.
15 Donald and José, Olé! January 23, 1982 A special 90-minute presentation.
16 The Cat from Outer Space January 30, 1982 A serialized version of the 1978 feature film.
17 February 6, 1982
18 A Disney Valentine February 13, 1982
19 Beyond Witch Mountain February 20, 1982 This show served as a pilot for a possible television series.
20 A Spaceman in King Arthur's Court February 27, 1982 A serialized version of the 1979 feature Unidentified Flying Oddball.
21 March 6, 1982
22 The Adventures of Pollyanna April 10, 1982 This show served as a pilot for a possible television series.
23 A Disney Vacation May 1, 1982
24 Pluto and His Friends July 31, 1982 A 30-minute presentation.

Season 29 (1982–1983)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again September 25, 1982 A serialized version of the 1979 feature film.
2 October 2, 1982
3 Freaky Friday October 9, 1982 A serialized version of the 1976 feature film.
4 October 16, 1982
5 EPCOT Center: The Opening Celebration October 23, 1982 Originally meant to air as a stand-alone special.
6 Disney's Halloween Treat October 30, 1982
7 No Deposit, No Return November 6, 1982 A serialized version of the 1976 feature film.
8 November 13, 1982
9 Blackbeard's Ghost November 20, 1982 A serialized version of the 1968 feature film.
10 November 27, 1982
11 A Disney Christmas Gift December 4, 1982
12 Winnie the Pooh and Friends December 11, 1982 Contains the 1974 featurette Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too.
13 Walt Disney's Mickey and Donald January 1, 1983 A 30-minute presentation.
14 The World's Greatest Athlete January 4, 1983 A serialized version of the 1973 feature film.
Beginning with this episode, the show moves to Tuesday nights.
15 January 11, 1983
16 Ferdinand the Bull and Mickey January 18, 1983
17 A Valentine from Disney February 8, 1983
18 Mickey and Donald Kidding Around May 3, 1983

The Disney Sunday Movie episodes[edit]

Season 30 (1986)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Help Wanted: Kids February 2, 1986
2 Time Flyer February 9, 1986
3 The Last Electric Knight / 2½ Dads February 16, 1986 A double feature of two hour-long movies.
4 The Girl Who Spelled Freedom February 23, 1986
5 The Undergrads March 2, 1986 Originally produced for The Disney Channel in 1985.
6 The Richest Cat in the World March 9, 1986
7 Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree March 16, 1986 A 1-hour presentation, consisting of the 1966 featurette and a couple of Disney cartoon shorts.
Robin Hood was to have been shown on this date, but was postponed due to a scheduled speech by President Ronald Reagan about the situation in Nicaragua and Central America at 8:00 PM (ET).
8 Disney Goes to the Oscars March 23, 1986 A 1-hour presentation. A look back on Disney's reach history of films both live-action and Animated.
9 I-Man April 6, 1986
10 A Fighting Choice April 13, 1986
11 Mr. Boogedy April 20, 1986
12 Robin Hood April 27, 1986 Animated film.
13 Love Leads the Way May 4, 1986 Originally produced for The Disney Channel in 1984.
14 Young Again May 11, 1986 A D-TV music video was shown before the feature.
14 Fuzzbucket / The Deacon Street Deer May 18, 1986 A double feature of two hour-long movies.
15 Casebusters / My Town May 25, 1986 A double feature of two hour-long movies.

Disney Summer Classics (1986)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Old Yeller June 8, 1986 The feature was followed by a behind-the-scenes look at The Great Mouse Detective, then a preview of upcoming Summer Classics.
2 The Apple Dumpling Gang June 15, 1986
3 Candleshoe June 22, 1986
4 On Vacation with Mickey Mouse and Friends June 29, 1986 A 1-hour presentation.
Originally aired as On Vacation in 1956.


Animated episode

5 Kidnapped July 13, 1986
6 Donald Duck Quacks Up July 20, 1986 A 1-hour presentation.
Originally aired as Kids is Kids in 1961.
Animated episode
7 Herbie Rides Again July 27, 1986

Season 31 (1986–1987)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Pete's Dragon September 21, 1986 Hybrid - Live-action animated film.
2 Hero in the Family September 28, 1986
3 Little Spies October 5, 1986
4 The B.R.A.T. Patrol October 26, 1986
5 Ask Max November 2, 1986
6 Walt Disney World's 15th Anniversary Celebration November 9, 1986
7 The Leftovers November 16, 1986
8 The Thanksgiving Promise November 23, 1986
9 Sunday Drive November 30, 1986
10 Swiss Family Robinson December 7, 1986
11 The Christmas Star December 14, 1986
12 Tiger Town / Star Tours December 28, 1986
13 Herbie Goes Bananas January 11, 1987
14 Great Moments in Disney Animation January 18, 1987 Discussion great moments in Disney anmation. Clips from varuse classic animated features and shorts are show.All new animated opening sequence.
15 Double Switch January 25, 1987
16 You Ruined My Life February 1, 1987
17 The Liberators February 8, 1987
18 The Parent Trap II February 22, 1987
19 Bigfoot March 8, 1987
20 Young Harry Houdini March 15, 1987
21 Bedknobs and Broomsticks March 22, 1987
22 Double Agent March 29, 1987
23 Bride of Boogedy April 12, 1987
24 The Devil and Max Devlin April 26, 1987
25 Mary Poppins May 3, 1987
26 The North Avenue Irregulars May 10, 1987
27 Spot Marks the X May 17, 1987
28 Down the Long Hills May 24, 1987
29 Fluppy Dogs August 30, 1987

Season 32 (1987–1988)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 The Journey of Natty Gann October 4, 1987
2 October 11, 1987
3 The Return of the Shaggy Dog November 1, 1987
4 Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too November 15, 1987 Animated featurrete reboardcast
5 Student Exchange November 29, 1987
6 December 6, 1987
7 Not Quite Human December 20, 1987
8 December 27, 1987
9 Flight of the Navigator January 3, 1988
10 January 10, 1988
11 Earth Star Voyager January 17, 1988
12 January 24, 1988
13 Rock 'n' Roll Mom February 7, 1988
14 14 Going on 30 March 6, 1988
15 March 13, 1988
16 Splash, Too May 1, 1988
17 May 8, 1988
18 Captain EO Backstage May 15, 1988
19 Justin Case May 15, 1988
20 Meet the Munceys May 22, 1988

The Magical World of Disney episodes[edit]

Season 33 (1988–1989)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 The Magical World of Disney October 9, 1988
2 Disney's All-American Sports Nuts October 16, 1988 featuring star athletes in comedy sketches and integrating classic Animation from the Disney sports library. No origial animation produced.
3 Dumbo October 30, 1988 Animated film...reboardcast.
4 Mickey's 60th Birthday November 13, 1988 Produced for the 60th anniversary of Mickey Mouse, much of the footage featured in this special is live-action with newly-made animation.
5 Davy Crockett: Rainbow in the Thunder November 20, 1988
6 The Absent-Minded Professor November 27, 1988
7 Mickey's Christmas Carol December 4, 1988 A full hour TV boarcast featuring animated featturette of same plus additional content, with the first half consisting of three winter-themed theatrical Disney shorts. Each segment was preceded by a narrative wraparound segment in which one of the characters (Donald, Pluto (with Mickey translating), Goofy and Mickey, respectively) would talk about his favorite Christmas, thus leading into the cartoon in question.
8 Disney's All-Star Comedy Circus December 11, 1988
9 Davy Crockett: A Natural Man December 18, 1988
10 Disney's Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs December 25, 1988 A documentary about an Animated classic
11 An All-New Adventure of Disney's Sport Goofy January 1, 1989 Sport Goofy's humorus take on sports featuring various clips from classic animated shorts
12 Dinosaur... Secret of the Lost Legend January 8, 1989
13 Wild Jack: Episode 1 January 15, 1989
14 Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore January 29, 1989 Animated Featurette re-boardcasted.
15 Save the Dog February 5, 1989
16 Mickey's Happy Valentine Special February 12, 1989 Animated special featuring clips from various anthology episodes and animated shorts.
17 Benji the Hunted February 19, 1989
18 The Absent-Minded Professor: Trading Places February 26, 1989
19 Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day March 5, 1989 Animated featurrete...Reboardcasted.
20 Super DuckTales March 26, 1989 Prime time Animated special featuring DuckTales
21 Parent Trap III April 9, 1989
22 April 16, 1989
23 The Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening April 30, 1989 An celebratio of the new Disney-MGM studio opening. The show includes various clips from classic animated shorts.
24 Totally Minnie May 7, 1989 An al new animated special featurine Minnie Mouse
25 Lots of Luck May 28, 1989
26 Davy Crockett: A Letter to Polly June 11, 1989
27 Davy Crockett: Warrior's Farewell June 18, 1989
28 Wild Jack: Episode 2 July 9, 1989
29 Wild Jack: Episode 3 July 16, 1989
30 Disney's Magic in the Magic Kingdom July 23, 1989

Season 34 (1989–1990)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Brand New Life: Above and Beyond Therapy October 1, 1989
2 Brand New Life: I Fought the Law October 15, 1989
3 Brand New Life: Private School October 22, 1989
4 Ernest Goes to Camp October 29, 1989
5 November 5, 1989
6 Polly November 12, 1989
7 Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon November 19, 1989
8 November 26, 1989
9 A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story December 3, 1989
10 December 10, 1989
11 A Muppet Family Christmas December 24, 1989
12 Brand New Life: Children of a Legal Mom January 7, 1990
13 Exile January 14, 1990
14 Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree January 21, 1990 Animated featurrete...re-boardcasted.
15 Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration February 4, 1990
16 A DuckTales Valentine February 11, 1990 An primetime animated Episode of DuckTales.
17 Can't Buy Me Love March 4, 1990
18 Sky High: Episode 1 March 11, 1990
19 The Rescue March 25, 1990
20 Not Quite Human II April 1, 1990
21 Spooner April 22, 1990
22 April 29, 1990
23 The Muppets at Walt Disney World May 6, 1990
24 Brand New Life: The Honeymooners June 24, 1990
25 A Friendship in Vienna July 15, 1990
26 Sky High: Episode 2 August 26, 1990

Season 35 (1990–1991)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Polly: Comin' Home! November 18, 1990
2 The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson November 21, 1990
3 A Mom for Christmas December 17, 1990
4 Disney Christmas on Ice December 21, 1990 Live-action figure skating set under the themes of various Disney films.
5 New Kids on the Block at Disney-MGM Studios: Wildest Dreams January 25, 1991
6 Tag Team January 26, 1991
7 The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage March 31, 1991
8 She Stood Alone April 15, 1991
9 The Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic May 20, 1991 TV special and documentary about Disney magic including animation.

Last episode to feature origial animation of core Disney univers characters.

10 Plymouth May 26, 1991
11 Our Shining Moment June 2, 1991
12 Disney's Great American Celebration July 4, 1991
13 Acting Sheriff (30 min.) August 17, 1991

Season 36 (1991–1992)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Who Framed Roger Rabbit November 12, 1991[3] Animation and Live-action film.
2 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids November 26, 1991
3 Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too December 14, 1991[4] Animated special based on the Disney television series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
4 Ernest Saves Christmas December 14, 1991
5 In the Nick of Time December 16, 1991

Season 37 (1992–1993)[edit]

Season 38 (1993–1994)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 To My Daughter with Love January 24, 1994
2 One More Mountain March 6, 1994
3 The Rocketeer May 7, 1994

Season 39 (1994–1995)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey October 1, 1994
2 Ernest Scared Stupid November 5, 1994
3 The Shaggy Dog November 12, 1994
4 The Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic December 10, 1994 Documentery about Disney Animation & its TV legacy.
5 Encino Man February 4, 1995
6 The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes February 18, 1995
7 The Adventures of Huck Finn February 25, 1995
8 Escape to Witch Mountain April 29, 1995
9 Freaky Friday May 6, 1995
10 Honey, I Blew Up the Kid May 20, 1995

Season 40 (1995–1996)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Hocus Pocus October 28, 1995
2 The Barefoot Executive November 11, 1995
3 Iron Will January 6, 1996
4 Life with Mikey February 10, 1996 (also known as Give Me a Break) is a 1993 American comedy film starring Michael J. Fox,
5 Encino Woman April 20, 1996

Season 41 (1996–1997)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh October 25, 1996 Animated special Based on the Disney television series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
2 The Lion King November 3, 1996[5] Animated film
3 Doug's Secret Christmas (30 min.) December 14, 1996 Animated episode from Doug TV series co-produced by Jumbo Pictures.
4 Blank Check January 11, 1997
5 Beverly Hills Family Robinson January 25, 1997
6 In the Army Now March 8, 1997

The Wonderful World of Disney episodes (second run)[edit]

Note: No original Animated episodes produced for this incranation. Earlier animated films eather made their TV debute or were re-boardcasted.

Season 42 (1997–1998)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Toy Story September 28, 1997 CGI Animated film Produced by Pixar
2 Toothless October 5, 1997 TV film
3 Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves October 12, 1997 Includes a behind-the-scenes look at Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella
4 Sabrina the Teenage Witch October 19, 1997 Originally aired on Showtime in 1996.
5 Tower of Terror October 26, 1997
6 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella November 2, 1997
7 Angels in the Endzone November 9, 1997
8 Oliver Twist November 16, 1997
9 The Santa Clause November 23, 1997
10 The Love Bug November 30, 1997
11 Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book December 7, 1997
12 Flash December 21, 1997
13 Principal Takes a Holiday January 4, 1998
14 Houseguest January 11, 1998
15 Ruby Bridges January 18, 1998 The show's introduction was filmed in the White House cabinet room, where Michael Eisner was joined by President Bill Clinton.
The movie was followed by an ABC News interview with the real Ruby Bridges.
16 Aladdin and the King of Thieves February 8, 1998 DTV - Animated film
17 The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia Phenomenon February 15, 1998
18 Pocahontas March 1, 1998 Animated film
19 Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure March 8, 1998
20 Mr. Headmistress March 15, 1998
21 Safety Patrol March 29, 1998
22 Tourist Trap April 5, 1998
23 My Date with the President's Daughter April 19, 1998
24 Disney's Animal Kingdom: The First Adventure April 26, 1998 A 1-hour presentation.
25 The Lion King May 10, 1998 Animated film
Includes a sneak peek of The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
26 Miracle at Midnight May 17, 1998
27 The Big Green June 14, 1998

Season 43 (1998–1999)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 George of the Jungle September 27, 1998 Based on Jay Ward Properties.
2 Sabrina Goes to Rome October 4, 1998
3 Noah October 11, 1998
4 The Hunchback of Notre Dame October 18, 1998 Animated film
5 101 Dalmatians November 1, 1998
6 A Knight in Camelot November 8, 1998
7 Sleeping Beauty November 15, 1998 Animated film
Preceded by a sneak preview of A Bug's Life.
8 Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas December 6, 1998 DTV-Animatied film
Preceded by a showing of Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too.
9 Murder She Purred: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery December 13, 1998
10 D3: The Mighty Ducks January 3, 1999
11 The New Swiss Family Robinson January 10, 1999
12 Selma, Lord, Selma January 17, 1999
13 A Saintly Switch January 24, 1999
14 Muppet Treasure Island January 31, 1999
15 Mr. Holland's Opus February 21, 1999 Aired as part of ABC's Flashback Weekend.
16 The Little Mermaid February 28, 1999 Animated film.
17 Ed March 7, 1999
18 Matilda March 14, 1999
19 Balloon Farm March 28, 1999
20 Harriet the Spy April 11, 1999
21 Fly Away Home April 18, 1999
22 Eddie April 25, 1999
23 Phenomenon May 2, 1999
24 Flubber May 9, 1999
25 Father of the Bride May 16, 1999
26 Hercules May 23, 1999 Animated film
27 Dogmatic May 30, 1999
28 Alaska June 27, 1999
29 Race the Sun July 4, 1999
30 The Adventures of Pinocchio August 15, 1999
31 The Amazing Panda Adventure August 22, 1999
32 Dennis the Menace September 5, 1999

Season 43 (1999–2000)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Sabrina Down Under September 26, 1999
2 H-E Double Hockey Sticks October 3, 1999
3 Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit October 10, 1999
4 The Lion King II: Simba's Pride October 17, 1999 Animated film
Preceded by a look at Walt Disney World's millennium celebration.
Includes a sneak peek of Annie.
5 Annie November 7, 1999
6 Space Jam November 14, 1999 Animated film
Produced by Warner Bros Animation
7 Switching Goals December 12, 1999
8 Wild America December 26, 1999
9 The Loretta Claiborne Story January 16, 2000
10 First Kid January 23, 2000
11 Jungle 2 Jungle February 20, 2000
12 Life-Size March 5, 2000
13 Model Behavior March 12, 2000
14 Mail to the Chief April 2, 2000
15 Angels in the Infield April 9, 2000
16 Geppetto May 7, 2000 Based on Pinocchio.
17 Mulan May 14, 2000 Animated film.
18 The Mask May 21, 2000 Produced by New Line Cinema.
19 A Kid in King Arthur's Court May 28, 2000
20 Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain June 11, 2000
21 Kazaam June 18, 2000
22 The Pooch and the Pauper July 16, 2000
23 Larger than Life July 23, 2000
24 Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco July 30, 2000
25 The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior August 13, 2000
26 Houseguest August 27, 2000

Season 45 (2000–2001)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Mighty Joe Young October 8, 2000
2 The Growing Pains Movie November 5, 2000
3 The Miracle Worker November 12, 2000
4 Santa Who? November 19, 2000
5 Twas the Night Before Christmas with 98 Degrees December 24, 2000 Stop-motion animated film.
6 The Parent Trap February 10, 2001
7 Lady and the Tramp February 25, 2001 Animated film.
8 Princess of Thieves March 11, 2001
9 Bailey's Mistake March 18, 2001
10 Ladies and the Champ April 22, 2001
11 Tarzan April 29, 2001 Animated film.
12 Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story May 13, 2001

Season 46 (2001–2002)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Lizzie McGuire/Even Stevens September 9, 2001
2 Walt: The Man Behind the Myth September 16, 2001
3 A Bug's Life September 30, 2001 Animated film produced by Pixar
4 The Emperor's New Groove October 14, 2001 Animated film
5 Toy Story 2 November 4, 2001[6] Animated film produced by Pixar
6 The Facts of Life Reunion November 18, 2001
7 Brian's Song December 2, 2001
8 Cinderella March 3, 2002 Animated film.
9 Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister March 10, 2002
10 Snow White: The Fairest of Them All March 17, 2002
11 Small Soldiers April 14, 2002 Produced by Universal.
12 Dinotopia May 12, 2002 Live-action and CGI mini-series
13 May 13, 2002
14 May 14, 2002
15 Dinosaur May 19, 2002 CGI animated film.
16 The 6th Man June 30, 2002
17 Buddy July 7, 2002
18 Cadet Kelly July 14, 2002
19 Peter Pan August 11, 2002 Animated film.

Season 47 (2002–2003)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Home Alone 4 November 3, 2002
2 Beauty and the Beast November 10, 2002 Animated film
3 Mr. St. Nick November 17, 2002
4 Pinocchio December 1, 2002 Animated film
5 Nancy Drew December 15, 2002 Initially scheduled to air October 20.[7]
6 I'll Be Home for Christmas December 22, 2002
7 One Hundred and One Dalmatians January 12, 2003 Animated film.
8 Sounder January 19, 2003
9 Inspector Gadget February 9, 2003 Based in DIC animated series of same name.
10 Merideth Wilson's The Music Man February 16, 2003
11 Disney's The Kid March 30, 2003
12 Atlantis: The Lost Empire April 6, 2003 Animated film.
13 Eloise at the Plaza April 27, 2003 Live-action & Animated film.
14 The Pennsylvania Miners' Story July 27, 2003
15 Paulie August 3, 2003
16 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang August 31, 2003 Produced by United Artist

Season 48 (2003–2004)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Remember the Titans September 27, 2003
2 Lilo & Stitch October 4, 2003 Animated film.
3 Phenomenon II November 1, 2003
4 102 Dalmatians November 8, 2003
5 The Challenge November 15, 2003
6 Eloise at Christmastime November 22, 2003 Live-Action & animated film.
7 Mickey Mouse Celebration December 20, 2003 Animated compaltion film and TV special.
8 The Sound of Music December 27, 2003
9 The Lion King: Special Edition February 7, 2004
10 The Princess Diaries February 14, 2004
11 A Wrinkle in Time May 10, 2004
12 The Road to El Dorado August 21, 2004 Animated film produced by DreamWorks Animation

Season 49 (2004–2005)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers October 16, 2004
2 Monsters, Inc. October 30, 2004 Animated film produced by Pixar
3 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone November 13, 2004 Produced by Warner Bros
4 The Rookie November 20, 2004
5 Naughty or Nice December 11, 2004
6 Aladdin January 22, 2005 Animated film.
7 Snow Dogs January 29, 2005
8 Little House on the Prairie March 26, 2005
9 April 2, 2005
10 April 9, 2005
11 April 16, 2005
12 April 23, 2005
13 The Muppets' Wizard of Oz May 20, 2005
14 Bambi June 4, 2005 Animated film.

Season 50 (2005–2006)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl November 3, 2005
2 Catch Me If You Can November 5, 2005
3 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film) November 19, 2005 Produced by Warner Bros
4 Finding Nemo November 24, 2005 CGI-Animated film - Produced by Pixar
5 How the Grinch Stole Christmas December 10, 2005 Produced by Imagine Entertainment
6 Once Upon a Mattress December 18, 2005
7 Problem Child June 24, 2006 Produced by Imagine Entertainment

Season 51 (2006–2007)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Santa Clause 2 December 17, 2006
2 Finding Nemo June 23, 2007 Animated film produed by Pixar
Included sneak peeks of Ratatouille, as well as a look at Nemo-themed attractions at Disney's theme parks hosted by Apolo Anton Ohno.
3 The Haunted Mansion June 30, 2007
4 Monsters, Inc. July 7, 2007 Animated film produed by Pixar
Included a sneak peek of Disney's The Jungle Book 40th Anniversary Platinum Edition DVD.
5 Freaky Friday July 14, 2007
6 The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement July 28, 2007
7 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen August 4, 2007

Season 52 (2007–2008)[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate Notes
1 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe May 3, 2008
2 Camp Rock June 21, 2008
3 Peter Pan July 26, 2008 Animated film
Included a sneak peek of Tinker Bell

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  7. ^ "Nancy Drew (2002)". Brett Cullen. United States. Retrieved February 18, 2019.