Disney on Parade was an ongoing series of touring arena shows produced by Nawal Productions, a joint venture between NBC and Disney (National Broadcasting Company and Walt Disney Productions).Launched on December 25, 1969, each show features a variety of Disney characters played by costumed actors who mime to a recorded soundtrack. The show also used a mix of light, special effects and film clips of Classic Disney Shorts and animated features. The show ran until around 1975, while international tours in Australia and South America ran until at least 1977.There were numerous editions of the show:
1969-70 (Version 2):How Do You Do and Shake Hands, Merlin's Magic, The Dogcatcher, Alice in Wonderland, Mickey Mouse, The Jungle Book, Cinderella, Goofy's Comedy Car, Toy Soldiers, The Three Little Pigs, The Dumbo Circus and The Grand Finale.
Adaptation Distillation: Some segments do this. For example, the 1970 adaptation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs had the dwarfs first meeting Snow White passed out after her scary experience in the dark forest, unlike the movie, where she finds the dwarfs' cottage and they meet her in there.
Off Model: A lot of the character costumes have their designs and even their color schemes changed (for example, a yellowKing Louie).
Sometimes, the character costumes looked different from the ones roaming the theme parks ta the time, like the Winnie the Pooh segment from the 1972 edition. In an inversion of this trope, some of the miscolored characters made their way into the parks as well, like the seven dwarfs.