"My producers Jim Morris and Lindsey Collins should really be up here to accept this with me. It's been such an 
inspiration to spend time with a character who so tenaciously struggles to find the beauty in everything that he sees. It's a noble aspiration to 
have at times like these. I dearly want to thank everyone that's been on this film: the cast, the crew, everybody at Disney and Pixar Studios. I 
have to single out Ed Catmull, John Lasseter and Steve Jobs for creating a cinematic safe haven where only a film like WALL-E could be made. 
To my wife Julie, my kids Ben and Audrey, I love you so much, and I guess I'd be remiss if I did not thank my high school drama teacher 
Phil Perry for 28 years ago casting me as Barnaby in Hello, Dolly! Creative seeds are sown in the oddest of places so, uh, thank you so 
much to the Academy for this."
The Hall of Presidents (at WDW) is
 the only place in the world, besides
 the White House, that is allowed to
 display the Official Presidential Seal.
 Commercial use of the seal is
 prohibited (though it is sometimes
 used in modified form as a
 marketing tool, or to make a
 political statement).
2005:
Today is "Christy Carlson Romano Day" in Milford, Connecticut. Romano (who was born in Milford) is the voice of Disney Channel's animated 
Kim Possible. She is presented with the very first Connecticut's Finest award!
1732:
George Washington, the first U.S. President, is born in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Visit 
him (and listen to him speak) along with all the U.S. Chief Executives at Walt Disney World's The Hall of Presidents. Actor 
David Morse voices George Washington in the present version of the attraction. Morse played the "Father of his country" 
in the award-winning HBO miniseries, John Adams.
1908:
Actor & Disney Legend John Mills is born Lewis Ernest Watts Mills in Felixstowe, 
Suffolk, England. With a career spanning 7 decades, his roles included Father Robinson in Disney's 1960 live-
action film Swiss Family Robinson. (Both his daughters Juliet and Hayley are actresses as well. Hayley has starred
in many Disney films, most notably the 1961 The Parent Trap.)
1971:
Tony Award-winning actress Lea Salonga, the singing voice of Disney's Mulan and
the singing voice of Jasmine for Disney's Aladdin, is born Maria Lea Carmen Imutan 
Salonga in the Philippines. In 1993 she performed the song "A Whole New World" from Aladdin with Brad 
Kane at the 65th Annual Academy Awards, where the song won an Oscar. (Theater fans know Salonga for her 
award-winning musical role in Miss Saigon.)
1987:
TV's The Wonderful World of Disney airs "Parent Trap II" starring Hayley Mills.
1996:
Disney Online launches Disney.com, a Web site designed to promote a wide range of Disney products on the Internet.
2001:
At Disney World, a bird's nest catches fire on top of the Tommorowland
Transit Authority attraction, forcing the ride to close for a short time. People on board the ride are evacuated as a precaution and no one is injured. People on board the ride are evacuated as a precaution and no one is injured. is injured.
2002:
The Lizzie McGuire episode "El Oro de Montezuma" debuts on Disney Channel. Actor Erik Estrada guest stars as Alejandro.
2004:
USA Today runs an interview with dissident former Disney board member
 Stanley Gold. Reporter Michael McCarthy asks about the recent hostile
  takeover bid by Comcast & the upcoming Disney Company annual meeting.

At the 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Johnny Depp wins for his performance in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.

1964:
The Below Decks Museum attraction opens in the sailing ship Columbia - located in Disneyland's Frontierland.
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FEBRUARY 22
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SITE MADE
IN THE USA
Actor John Mills born
2009:
Wall-E wins the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film at the 81st Annual Academy Awards. Director Andrew Stanton accepts with these words:
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"It is better to be alone than in bad company." -George Washington


"It has always been my dream to take my turn at the most respected concert hall in the world. As enormous as that is for me, I still plan on making it an intimate show, singing the songs I love to sing and making some good music with a band of musicians the good old fashioned way."
-Lea Salonga
1993:
Pleasure Island's 3rd annual Mardi Gras celebration kicks off for 2 days in Florida.
Although it doesn't win, Wall-E is also nominated for Best Original Score, Best Original Song, Best Sound Editing, 
and Best Sound Mixing.

The Gordon E. Sawyer Award (an accolade given each year to an individual in the motion picture industry whose 
technological contributions have brought credit to the industry) is given to Edwin Catmull, a computer scientist who 
contributed to many important developments in computer graphics, a co-founder of Pixar, and current president of 
Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios.
1960:
Academy Award nominations are announced with Disney receiving 4:
Sleeping Beauty - Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture
Noah's Ark - Short Subjects, Cartoons
Donald in Mathmagic Land - Short Subjects, Cartoons
Mysteries of the Deep - Short Subjects, Live-Action Subjects
The 32nd Academy Awards will take place April 4.
1972:
Disney's Bedknobs and Broomsticks receives 5 Academy Award nominations for
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Music-Scoring: Adaptation & Original Song
 Score, Best Music-Song (for "The Age of Not Believing"), Best Costume Design,
 and Best Special Visual Effects. Winners will be announced at the 44th Academy Awards April 10.
2010:
Fans begin to gather at the main gate of Disneyland around 9 p.m. for the next day's return engagement of Captain EOFirst in line is Daniel Lew, 36, from Oceanside.
1977:
Mouseketeers Scott and Mindy join Rod Duff and the members of the Wind Drifters Hot Air Balloon Club for a Mouseketeer adventure special about hot air ballooning on episode 27 of The New Mickey Mouse Club"The Wrong Man" episode 7 of the serial "The Mystery of Rustlers' Cave," finds Stewie betting his and Chris' belt buckles that Chris will win the big Fourth of July horse race at the Circle B Ranch! 
1954:
The 11th Annual Golden Globe Awards are handed out at Club Del Mar in Santa Monica, California. Disney's The Living Desert (the first feature-length film in Disney’s True-Life Adventures series) is given a Special Golden Globe Award "for artistic merit."

LIFE magazine features a cover story on the making of Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The article "How Disney Makes An Undersea Movie" features detailed black & white underwater photos of the film in production.
1930:
Soprano Marni Nixon, renowned for being a playback singer for featured actresses in well
 known movie musicals, is born in Altadena, California. An accomplished opera and musical comedy
 star, she is best known as the singing voice for Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, Natalie Wood in West Side Story, and
 Deborah Kerr in The King and I. Nixon performed on such Disneyland Records as Songs From Walt Disney's Mary
 Poppins and The Story and Songs of Walt Disney's Mary Poppins. (She's been told she sings more like Julie Andrews
 than Julie Andrews!) In the 1998 Disney film Mulan, Nixon sang the role of Grandmother Fa. Nixon's singing credits also
 include the films Mary PoppinsAlice in Wonderland and Cinderella. (Nixon's son Andrew Gold, was a singer/songwriter
 best remembered for his tune "Thank You for Being a Friend" - the theme for TV's Golden Girls.)
The Voice of Hollywood
1991:
Touchstone Pictures releases Scenes from a Mall, a satirical film starring Bette Midler and Woody Allen as Deborah and Nick Fifer. After years of a happy marriage, the Fifiers (while visiting a mall) reveal that they each have had an affair.

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1928:
Actor, writer, and comedian Paul Dooley is born in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Disney-Pixar fans will know him as the voice of Sarge in both Cars and Cars 2 and the video 
short Mater and the Ghostlight. Dooley also provided the voice for Hank the janitor in
televison episodes of Disney's Recess. (He was co-creator and head writer for the                   
groundbreaking children's series The Electric Company in the early 1970s and has appeared  
on such TV shows as Private PracticeGrey's Anatomy and Curb Your Enthusiasm.)
February 22
FEBRUARY IS DCA MONTH
2015:
Big Hero 6 gives Walt Disney Pictures its a second consecutive win in the Best 
Animated Feature category at this year's Oscars (following in the footsteps of last 
year's Frozen).
1959:
Actor Kyle MacLachlan is born in Yakima, Washington.
He is the voice of Riley's Dad in Pixar's 2015 release Inside Out.
2016:
Lady Tremaine Meet and Greet at Magic Kingdom, Florida, closes.
Cinderella villain Lady Tremaine used to meet guests right outside the back of Cinderella Castle. It was
one of only a handful of villain meet and greets around Walt Disney World