Disneyland - Season 3

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

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Episode Guide

  • Antarctica- Operation Deep Freeze
    6/5/57
    10
  • The Liberty Story
    The Liberty Story
    Episode 25
    5/29/57
    0.0
    The first half of this story is an excerpt from the upcoming theatrical release "Johnny Tremain." The second half is an airing of the 1953 cartoon "Ben and Me," in which a church mouse named Amos befriends Benjamin Franklin.
  • The Yellowstone Story / Bear Country
    5/1/57
    0.0
    First is a featurette on Yellowstone Park, followed by the True Life Adventure shot there.
  • More About the Silly Symphonies
    4/17/57
    0.0
  • People of the Desert
    4/10/57
    6.8
  • Disneyland, the Park/ Pecos Bill
    4/3/57
    9.0
  • Donald's Award
    Donald's Award
    Episode 20
    3/27/57
    9.1

    Walt finds himself troubled by Donald Duck's constant outbursts; he then promises his feathered star a medal if an entire week passes without any complaints about his behavior. But when the complaint box turns up empty, detective Jiminy Cricket is on the case.

  • The Adventure Story
    The Adventure Story
    Episode 19
    3/20/57
    8.6
    Goofy? An Adventure Story? That's the theme for today's episode.
  • Man in Flight
    Man in Flight
    Episode 18
    3/6/57
    8.0
  • The Crisler Story / Prowlers of the Everglades
    This is a two-themed episode. The first is about the filming of the upcoming True Life Adventure, The White Wilderness. The second part is the True Life Adventure Prowlers of the Everglades, which played in movie theaters.
  • Tricks of Our Trade
    Tricks of Our Trade
    Episode 16
    2/13/57
    8.0
    Walt explains the methods by which motion picture animation is made, using recreations of studio study sessions, clips from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Bambi, and Fantasia and some new footage of Mickey Mouse.
  • All About Magic
    All About Magic
    Episode 15
    1/30/57
    8.9
    Walt Disney explores the Basement of the Disney Studios to show us the art of magic with the help of the magic Mirror from Snow White.
  • Our Friend, the Atom
    1/23/57
    7.6
  • Your Host, Donald Duck
    1/16/57
    8.5
  • Pluto's Day
    Pluto's Day
    Episode 12
    12/12/56
    8.3
  • At Home with Donald Duck
    11/21/56
    9.2
    It's Donald's birthday, and Huey, Dewey, and Louie are thrown a party by their uncle in honor of his own birthday! He treats the boys to special home screenings of his own movies on 8mm film reels, but they want to watch the Mickey Mouse and Goofy cartoons. Adding insult to injury, the boys would rather watch the Mickey Mouse Club on TV.moreless
  • Along the Oregon Trail
    11/14/56
    7.9
    Walt takes us on the famous Oregon Trail, a pathway from Kansas City to Oregon, where the settlers moved westward. And speaking of westward, We also go behind the scenes of the new Disny feature Westward Ho the Wagons! with the famous Fess Parker himself.
  • Cameras in Samoa/ The Holland Story
    11/7/56
    6.6
  • The Plausible Impossible
    10/31/56
    7.9
    Walt explains a principle of his style of animation called "the plausible impossible," in which things that cannot be done in reality can be done in animation if there is a plausible basis for it. He uses clips from several cartoons and features to demonstrate.
  • Behind the Cameras at Lapland/ Alaskan Eskimo
  • Goofy's Cavalcade of Sports
    10/17/56
    8.0
  • <i>Rob Roy</i> (2)
    Rob Roy (2)
    Episode 5
    10/10/56
    7.7
  • <i>Rob Roy</i> (1)
    Rob Roy (1)
    Episode 4
    10/3/56
    7.7
  • Searching for Nature's Mysteries
    9/26/56
    6.8
    Once again, Disneyland plays host to Winston Hibler, the familiar narrator (and sometimes writer/director) of Disney's "True-Life Adventures" short subject series. Hibler describes the various techniques used for making such up-close-and-personal nature documentaries as the then-upcoming Disney theatrical feature Secrets of Life, including the development of miniature lense and stroboscopic "cold" light. Highlights include a foray into a beehive and a visit to an ant colony, and a time-lapse-photography sequence of blossoming plant life to the tune of Maurice Ravel's "Bolero". Searching for Nature's Mysteries originally aired 2 months before the official November 20, 1956 release of Secrets of Life.moreless
  • The Great Cat Family
    9/19/56
    8.3
  • Antarctica- Past and Present
    9/12/56
    8.9