Theme park openings
- 1955: Disneyland opens to the press and invited guests. While 11,000 guests were invited, upwards of 28,000 guests arrived, many using counterfeit tickets to enter the park. July 17, 1955 is often referred to as the "Black Sunday" due to all of the mishaps that went on that day. The following attractions and shows opened along with Disneyland:
- Canal Boats of the World (now Storybook Land Canal Boats)
- Circarama (later Circle-Vision 360)
- Disneyland Railroad
- Dutch Boy Paint Color Gallery
- Golden Horseshoe Saloon
- Horse-Drawn Street Cars
- Jungle Cruise
- Kaiser's Hall of Aluminum Fame
- King Arthur Carrousel
- Mad Tea Party
- Main Street Cinema
- Main Street Vehicles
- Mark Twain Riverboat
- Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
- Monsanto Hall of Chemistry
- Mule Pack
- Peter Pan's Flight
- Sleeping Beauty Castle (walkthrough added April 27, 1957)
- Snow White's Adventures
- Space Station X-1/Satellite View of America
- The World Beneath Us
- 1980: Disneyland's 25th Birthday Party.
- 1989: Splash Mountain opens at Disneyland.
- 2015: Stitch Encounter opened in Tomorowland at Tokyo Disneyland.
- Disneyland's 60th Anniversary
- 1943 - Victory Through Air Power
- 1961 - Greyfriars Bobby
- 2010 - The Secret World of Arietty (Japan)
- 1992 - Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
- 2015 - Ant-Man
- 1993 - The Disney Channel Premiere Film, Hocus Pocus, premieres on Disney Channel.
- 2000 - The season four finale of Recess, "Old Folks Home"/"Some Friend", premieres on UPN and in syndication.
- 2006 - The W.I.T.C.H. episode "F is for Facades" premieres.
VHS & DVD Releases
- 1992 - The Great Mouse Detective, Darby O'Gill and the Little People, Swiss Family Robinson, and The Marrying Man
- 2001 - Flash, My Date with the President's Daughter, The Book of Pooh: Stories from the Heart, and Double Take
- 1917 - Phyllis Diller (actress and comedian)
- 1935 - Donald Sutherland (actor)
- 1952 - David Hasselhoff (actor and singer)
- 1963 - Regina Belle (singer, songwriter, and actress)
- 1968 - Beth Littleford (actress, comedian)
- 1975 - Cécile de France (actress)
- 1980 - Phillip Lawrence (songwriter, record producer, and voice actor)
- 1992 - Billie Lourd (actress)
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