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This is the only Winnie the Pooh production to win an Academy Award.
The episode was released on video, known as "Disney's Halloween Treat." It ran about 47 minute, whereas the episode was 90 minutes.
Walt was not allowed to mention the names of the corporate sponsors of his attractions on air. That's because RCA and Kodak, who sponsored TWWoC, also had exhibits at the World's Fair and they didn't want any free publicity for the "competition".
Three of the four attractions would eventually end up in Disneyland (The Magic Skyway being the lone exception)
Besides being the host, Walt Disney was an actor in this episode (playing himself).
Five shots of a Picaninny centaur were cut out of the print of this episode as well as from its original home in the feature film Fantasia.
This episode can be found on the DVD Walt Disney's Legacy Collection Volume 4: Nature's Mysteries
At the end of the episode, the Mouseketeers appear to announce a time change for their show, The Mickey Mouse Club.
In Donald Duck's scene with Walt Disney, his hat is blue with black trim. Yet in the next scene, which is the cartoon "Donald's Cousin Gus", his hat is white with blue trim.
This episode is included on the DVD The Walt Disney Legacy Collection Volume 4: Nature's Mysteries.