Walt Disney Productions (later The Walt Disney Company) has produced an anthology television series under several different titles since 1954. The original version of the series premiered on ABC in 1954. The show was broadcast weekly on one of the Big Three television networks until 1990, a 36-year span with only a two-year hiatus in 1984-85. The series was broadcast on Sunday for 25 of those years. From 1991 until 1997, the series aired infrequently. The program resumed a regular schedule in 1997 on the ABC fall schedule, coinciding with Disney's recent purchase of the network. From 1997 until 2008, the program aired regularly on ABC. Subsequently, ABC continued the series as an occasional special presentation.
A a very-recognizable audience of Disney animated characters gather into the House of Mouse nightclub to enjoy musical guests, cartoon shorts and Master of Ceremonies Mickey Mouse's comical introductions from the stage.
Join the world’s sweetest heroes for high adventure in a mystical land of giants and wizards, ogres and dragons, and wondrous creatures both good and evil. Meet Gruffi, Zummi, Cubbi, Grammi, Tummi, Sunni, and all the legendary Gummis as they laugh, play, foil dastardly plots, and fight for what's right.
Disney Club is the name of many television shows associated to Disney productions aired mostly in Europe and Brazil during the 1990s and early 2000s.
Disney Time was a television series that ran in the UK on the BBC, and also ITV at one point. It was a regular holiday schedule filler. Clips of Disney films were introduced by celebrity hosts, which over the years included Paul and Linda McCartney, Noel Edmonds, Sarah Greene, Doctor Who's Tom Baker, The Goodies and Phillip Schofield. The following list is of programmes broadcast on BBC1. Prior to 1971, Christmas editions were always shown on Christmas Day itself.
Disney Time India is an hour-long TV show in India that started airing on Zee TV in 1995 and later on SET and Star Plus. Vishal Malhotra was the host but in 2004, Disney Channel India began airing instead. The show aired from 10 am to 11 am and 6 pm to 7 pm twice a week. The morning show was called Good Morning Disney. Disney Time was previously known as Disney Hour until Star India bought out Disney India and moved the show to their two channels: STAR Plus and STAR Utsav. Disney also has four of its own channels airing in India. The show was a huge hit amongst children who had very little entertainment from original cartoons until then. They would invite letters, some of which Vishal would read out, and the lucky ones would get Disney bags, tiffin-boxes and other cool stuffs.
Two-part documentary series about the life and legacy of Walt Disney, featuring archival footage only recently released from the Disney vaults, alongside scenes from some of his greatest films.
A seven-minute interactive live game show in which players age 6+ test their knowledge of Disney stories and characters. Players watch the game on Disney Channel and play along via DisneyNOW on their computer, mobile device or tablet.
Saturday Disney was a New Zealand Saturday morning children's series. The last episode aired in 2006, with Studio 2 taking on the Saturday show, called Studio 2 Saturday which finished later that year.
Saturday Disney is a children's program hosted by Nathan Morgan, Candice Dixon & Teigan Nash which has aired on the Seven Network in Australia for 20 years 7 months, with the first episode going to air on 20 January 1990. Although, according to the hosts during the 800th episode of the show, they revealed the show premiered in March 1990, causing confusion of the actual premiere date. Up until 2008, on most occasions for the remainder of the morning Disney shows would continue to air on Seven after Saturday Disney. As of 31 March 2012, Saturday Disney airs on 7TWO. Saturday Disney was originally filmed at BTQ-7 from 1990 until 1999 when it moved to Seven's Sydney station, ATN-7. On 5 September 2009, the show celebrated its 1,000th episode. Saturday Disney celebrated 20 years on air in 2010.
Playhouse Disney is an Australian Children's Television Program that airs on Seven Network at 11am each weekday and on Playhouse Disney Channel. There are three presenters: Monica Trapaga, Colin Buchanan and Kaeng Chan. It is aimed at a preschool audience.
Disney Sing-A-Long videos from Disney official YouTube channel.
The 2006 version of the Games was the first competition held. The 2006 series began airing in the United States on June 10, 2006, along with the So Hot Summer! 2006. It was later aired in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2006, Australia on January 5, 2007, in Latin America on February 26, 2007, and in Canada on Family on June 19, 2007.