History Series / WaltDisneyPresents

19th Apr '18 6:19:17 PM Malady
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* DoubleVision: Utilized in the show's three-part version of ''Literature/ThePrinceAndThePauper'' (with the same process used in ''TheParentTrap''). Also used in the show's introduction, which had Walt encountering a duplicate of himself.

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* DoubleVision: Utilized in the show's three-part version of ''Literature/ThePrinceAndThePauper'' (with the same process used in ''TheParentTrap'').''Film/TheParentTrap''). Also used in the show's introduction, which had Walt encountering a duplicate of himself.
9th Apr '18 10:50:13 AM bwburke94
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In 1961 the series moved to {{Creator/NBC}} and was broadcast on color for the first time. The series remained on NBC for 20 years before moving for two seasons on {{Creator/CBS}} in 1981. The series was canned in 1983 as not to provide competition for the new Creator/DisneyChannel. But in 1986, the series returned to ABC and then to NBC in 1988 before being cancelled again, moving to the Disney Channel in 1990 as an umbrella title for Sunday night movies and specials. After Disney's buyout of ABC, the series returned to television in 1997 as an outlet for Disney movies and specials, as well as miniseries and films from outside studios. In the early 2000s, the series aired periodically, usually in the summer months until apparently being cancelled for good in 2008, making the Disney anthology series [[LongRunner the second longest-running primetime show on television.]] The series returned to ABC in December 2015, again only airing new specials or televisings of Disney-owned movies on a sporadic basis.

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In 1961 the series moved to {{Creator/NBC}} and was broadcast on in color for the first time. The series remained on NBC for 20 years before moving for two seasons on {{Creator/CBS}} in 1981. The series was canned in 1983 as not to provide competition for the new Creator/DisneyChannel. But in 1986, the series returned to ABC and then to NBC in 1988 before being cancelled again, moving to the Disney Channel in 1990 as an umbrella title for Sunday night movies and specials. After Disney's buyout of ABC, the series returned to television in 1997 as an outlet for Disney movies and specials, as well as miniseries and films from outside studios. In the early 2000s, the series aired periodically, usually in the summer months until apparently being cancelled for good in 2008, making the Disney anthology series [[LongRunner the second longest-running primetime show on television.]] The series returned to ABC in December 2015, again only airing new specials or televisings of Disney-owned movies on a sporadic basis.
28th Jan '18 8:08:38 PM nombretomado
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* ChristmasSpecial: "From All Of Us To All Of You", and later, "A Disney Christmas Gift", followed by rebroadcasts of ''[[MickeysChristmasCarol Mickey's Christmas Carol]]''. The feature has become [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff a classic in Scandinavia]].

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* ChristmasSpecial: "From All Of Us To All Of You", and later, "A Disney Christmas Gift", followed by rebroadcasts of ''[[MickeysChristmasCarol Mickey's Christmas Carol]]''.''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. The feature has become [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff a classic in Scandinavia]].
21st Nov '17 7:02:14 PM makarovak47
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** Their 1997 version of ''Film/{{Cinderella}}'' stars Music/{{Brandy}} as Cinderella. Additionally, Music/WhitneyHouston plays the fairy godmother, African-American Natalie Desselle plays stepsister Joy, Paolo Montalban, a Filipino actor, plays Prince Christopher, black actress Creator/WhoopiGoldberg plays his mother Queen Constantina, and Canadian Victor Garber plays his father King Maxamillian.

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** Their 1997 version of ''Film/{{Cinderella}}'' stars Music/{{Brandy}} as Cinderella. Additionally, Music/WhitneyHouston plays the fairy godmother, African-American Natalie Desselle plays stepsister Joy, Paolo Montalban, a Filipino actor, plays Prince Christopher, black actress Creator/WhoopiGoldberg plays his mother Queen Constantina, and Canadian Victor Garber Creator/VictorGarber plays his father King Maxamillian.
27th Aug '17 1:33:05 PM NESBoy
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* RevisedEnding: When ''WesternAnimation/NoSmoking'' was featured in "A Salute to Father", the closing narration, "Give a smoker enough rope, and... he'll hang onto his habit," is omitted, and when the cigar explodes, instead of showing Goofy continuing to enjoy what's left of the cigar, he is shown bemused by it and throwing the remains on the ground, declaring, "I QUIT! And this time, I mean it!"
26th Aug '17 11:46:49 AM Psi001
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* BootstrappedTheme: Unsurprisingly for Disney, several intro credits used rearrangements of [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} "When You Wish Upon A Star"]].
6th Aug '17 9:48:57 PM MHarrington
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "How to Relax", a 1957 episode with {{Goofy}}, an anatomical chart of Goofy shows how man is a victim of the frenzied tempo of modern living. In the chart Goofy's brain, various words associated with this tempo pop up, including "Taxes", "Bills", "Job" and "Golf Score".

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "How to Relax", a 1957 episode with {{Goofy}}, WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}}, an anatomical chart of Goofy shows how man is a victim of the frenzied tempo of modern living. In the chart Goofy's brain, various words associated with this tempo pop up, including "Taxes", "Bills", "Job" and "Golf Score".



* ChristmasSpecial: "From All Of Us To All Of You", and later, "A Disney Christmas Gift", followed by rebroadcasts of ''[[MickeysChristmasCarol Mickey's Christmas Carol]]''. The feature has become [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff a classic in Sweden]].

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* ChristmasSpecial: "From All Of Us To All Of You", and later, "A Disney Christmas Gift", followed by rebroadcasts of ''[[MickeysChristmasCarol Mickey's Christmas Carol]]''. The feature has become [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff a classic in Sweden]].Scandinavia]].



** Other hosts included Jiminy Cricket ("From All of Us to All of You") and WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale ("The Adventures of Chip 'n Dale").

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** Other hosts included Jiminy Cricket ("From ("On Vacation", "From All of Us to All of You") You", "This is Your Life, Donald Duck") and WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale ("The Adventures of Chip 'n Dale").


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-->'''Mickey:''' ''(seeing his 1928 version of himself dancing)'' Uh, hey! Hey, you!\\
'''1928 Mickey:''' ''(lets out a noise that reads "Squeak?")''\\
'''Mickey:''' Uh, were you the first original Mickey Mouse?\\
'''1928 Mickey:''' ''(lets out a noise that reads "Squawk")\\
''(Current Mickey looks perplexedly to the camera)''
6th Aug '17 9:44:08 PM MHarrington
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** Also featured a remake of the [[Film/TheAbsentMindedProfessor movie named after the trope]] in the late 80s.

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** Also featured a remake of the [[Film/TheAbsentMindedProfessor movie named after the trope]] in the late 80s.'80s, with Harry Anderson in the title role.
18th Jun '17 9:56:45 AM nombretomado
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* TheHost: WaltDisney himself for much of the show's run, and studio CEO Michael Eisner in the 1980s and '90s.

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* TheHost: WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney himself for much of the show's run, and studio CEO Michael Eisner in the 1980s and '90s.
19th Mar '17 12:35:24 AM foxley
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* BallCannon: ''The BRAT Patrol'' features a tennis ball launcher used as a "weapon" to annoy people. See it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMcycI-RgqE&t=15m30s here]].
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