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Walt Disney's short, Alice Chops the Suey (an Alice Comedy)
Disney's Silly Symphony cartoon The Clock Store is released.
Actress Janet Munro is born in Blackpool, Lanacashire, England. (She will go on to appear in such live-action Disney films as Swiss Family Robinson, Third Man on the Mountain, and Darby O'Gill and the Little People.)
Actor Jeffrey Jones (the voice of Chariman L.C. Clench of XS Technology in Disney World's Alien Encounter) is born in Buffalo, New York. (Movie fans may recognize him from such films as Stuart Little, Ed Wood, and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.)
Artist Herb Ryman and Walt Disney sketch out plans for an amusement park in California.
The ABC television series Disneyland airs "Bongo"
(which is actually the first half of the animated 1947 film,
Fun and Fancy Free).
The live-action Disney film Greyfriars Bobby (which is based on a true story about a unique Skye terrier who affected a small town in Scotland) is released.
At EPCOT, Canada, China, and France open around the
Annual passports (special year-long admission passes)
are introduced at Walt Disney World.
Actress/singer Hilary Ann Duff, the star of Disney's Channel's "Lizzie McGuire," is born in Houston, Texas.
Her Disney credits include the 2002 Cadet Kelly (the highest rated Disney Channel original in history) and the
2003 The Lizzie McGuire Movie.
Disney World's Grand Prix Raceway changes its name to Tomorrowland Speedway.
Disney's long-running series (which first aired in 1954 as Disneyland) returns to ABC-TV after nearly a 7-year absence as The Wonderful World of Disney.
The Disney Channel debuts the Lizzie McGuire episode
"Last Year's Model".
The Backlot Theater at the Disney-MGM Studios, which showed "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," closes its doors. The popular stage production had run for 7 years.
The 2002 Thea Awards are presented at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California. Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge is presented an award from the Themed Entertainment Association for outstanding achievement in the "Themed Hotel" category. The Sherman Brothers are honored with a Thea Special Achievement Award. (The Thea Awards are the park industry equivalent to the Oscars.)
Over one hundred people attend a musical tribute at the University of California to honor musician-composer Buddy Baker, a 28-year veteran at Disney (who passed in July 2002).
From 1954 to 1983 he wrote or scored virtually every
Disney TV program, numerous feature films, and beloved
theme park attractions.
Disney's Aladdin Special Edition Soundtrack is released.
The collection features all 21 original tracks plus recordings of two deleted songs ("Proud of Your Boy" and "High Adventure" written by the movie's Academy Award winning songwriting team of Alan Menken and Howard Ashman).
AOL Music First View debuts Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey's "A Whole New World" music video. The new version is from Disney's 2-disc special edtion DVD of Aladdin
(to be released October 5).
Hollywood Records (owned by Disney) releases Hilary Duff's second album, the self-titled Hilary Duff, on her 17th birthday.