Disneyland - Season 2

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Daily 7:00 PM on ABC Premiered Oct 27, 1954 Between Seasons

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Episode Guide

  • Behind the Scenes with Fess Parker
    5/30/56
    7.0
  • Where Do the Stories Come From?
    4/4/56
    7.8
    Walt shows us how the studio staff finds ideas and uses them as inspiration for cartoon shorts. Examples include "Crazy Over Daisy", "R'coon Dawg", and "Out of Scale".
  • The Goofy Sports Show
    3/21/56
    8.7
  • Stormy the Thoroughbred
    3/14/56
    6.8
  • On Vacation
    On Vacation
    Episode 22
    3/7/56
    8.0
  • A Trip Thru Adventureland/ Water Birds
  • Our Unsung Villains
    Our Unsung Villains
    Episode 20
    2/15/56
    9.7
  • Survival in Nature
    Survival in Nature
    Episode 19
    2/8/56
    7.9
    Showing some of natures predators and the prey.
  • A Day in the Life of Donald Duck
    2/1/56
    8.5

    A show taking place over a day in Donald Duck's life.

  • A Tribute to Joel Chandler Harris
    1/18/56
    0.0
    This show was dedicated to Joel Chandler Harris, the author of the "Uncle Remus" stories, and we see the story of how he brought the stories to fruition. The episode ends with a showing of the "Tar Baby" sequence from "Song of the South".
  • When Knighthood Was in Flower (2)
    1/11/56
    8.7
    The conclusion to When Knighthood Was in Flower.
  • When Knighthood Was in Flower (1)
    1/4/56
    8.7
    The first half of When Knighthood Was in Flower.
  • Man and the Moon
    Man and the Moon
    Episode 14
    12/28/55
    8.6
    This installment tells of many age-old legends and fantasies about the moon, upon which, at the time of this episode, man was still trying to land.
  • Davy Crockett and the River Pirates
    12/14/55
    9.3
    The final Davy Crockett story (the second "Legend" tale) has Davy and ex-foe Mike Fink on the same side, fighting some nasty pirates who are passing themselves off as Indians in order to start a war. This episode is avalible as part of a 2-disc DVD set.
  • The Goofy Success Story
    12/7/55
    9.6
    A show dedicated to Goofy.
  • The Story of the Animated Drawing
    11/30/55
    7.8
    The first of three shows based on Disney's "Art of Animation" book. Walt Disney explores the history of Animation from primitive cave drawings, to Windsor McKay's "Gertie the Dinosaur" and Pat Sullivan's Felix the Cat, up to Fantasia. Two cartoons are featured: The Skeleton Dance (1929) and the Nutcraker Suite segmest from Fantasia. This episode is avalible on the "Behind the Scenes at Walt Disney Studios" 2-disc DVD.moreless
  • Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race
    11/16/55
    9.2
    It seems the only way Mr. Disney could bring his dead hero, Davy Crockett, back to life was to pass this story off as a "tall tale". It involves Davy and his pal Georgie Russel in a keelboat race to New Orleans against swaggering Mike Fink, the "king of the river". This episode is avalible on DVD as part of a 2-disc set.moreless
  • The Story of Robin Hood (2)
    11/9/55
    9.1
    Conclusion to Robin Hood.
  • The Story of Robin Hood (1)
    11/2/55
    9.1
    First half of Robin Hood.
  • The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
    10/26/55
    9.8
    The story of Washington Irving, the writer of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Then followed by Disney's version of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow".
  • The Story of the Silly Symphony
    10/19/55
    8.6
    This compilation of several of Disney's "Silly Symphonies," a series of short cartoons from the 1930s has Walt telling viewers about the respective origins of many of the stories.
  • The Adventures of Mickey Mouse
    10/12/55
    9.2
    Walt looks at the career of Mickey Mouse through a collection of his short cartoons.
  • People and Places- Tiburon, Sardinia, Morocco/ Icebreakers
    This episode is from the People and Places theatrical series filmed by William N. Smith about his adventures in these exotic places.
  • Jiminy Cricket Presents Bongo
    9/28/55
    8.1
    A little circus bear runs away and finds more of his own kind. Rejected at first, he soon becomes a hero after standing up to a bully named Lumpjaw. This is actually the first half of the animated film, Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
  • Behind the True-Life Cameras
    9/21/55
    6.8
    James Algar takes us behind the scenes of a True-Life adventure in The Everglades and in a desert with Bob Crandall.
  • MOVIE: Dumbo
    MOVIE: Dumbo
    Episode 1
    9/14/55
    9.2
    This is an airing of the beloved 1941 animated feature, edited to run in the allotted time slot. Mrs. Jumbo, a circus elephant receives a baby with large ears. The other elephants ostracize him, and his mother is locked up for attacking a heckling human. As Dumbo, the mocking nickname for the baby elephant given to him, finds himself without any friends, an ambitious mouse named Timothy befriends him and helps him overcome his problem.moreless