2002:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers with head coach Jon Gruden begin their
 first summer training camp at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex in Florida.
1922:
The first Laugh-O-Gram cartoon Little Red Riding Hood is released. A silent black & 
white short, it is written, produced, and directed by Walt Disney and animated by 
Rudolph Ising. It is considered Walt's first full-length short cartoon as prior to this only minute-long cartoons
have been produced.
1933:
Disney's Silly Symphony cartoon Old King Cole, directed by David Hand, is released.
1938:
Disney's Donald Duck cartoon The Fox Hunt is released.
Donald and Goofy go fox hunting - only to catch a skunk!
1941:
Actor David Warner, who appeared in Disney's 1982 Tron as Ed Dillinger/Sark and the Voice of Master Control Program, is born in Manchester, England. Although often cast as villains, Warner actually narrated both Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You.
1998:
The Parent Trap (a remake of the 1961 film originally starring Hayley Mills) is released.
1999:
Walt Disney World's Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith 
opens with a special, invitation-only party, with Aerosmith as the guests of honor at Disney-MGM Studios. An enclosed steel roller coaster ride, it is located at the end of Sunset Boulevard. Invited guests are treated to an all-you-can-eat buffet and bar, and get a chance to ride the roller coaster with a member of Aerosmith. (Rock 'n' Roller Coaster will officially open to the public the following day.)
2000:
To mark the first anniversary of the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster, Walt Disney World takes 80 Corvettes and forms the signature guitar in the Disney-MGM Studios parking lot.
2005:
The family stage show Disney Live! Winnie the Pooh launches a U.S. tour in Ft. 
Lauderdale, Florida. The new interactive and three-dimensional production is 
produced by Field Entertainment, Inc.

Disney's live-action film Sky High
starring Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston, is generally released in U.S. theaters.
The story describes the beginning of freshman year for Will Stronghold (played by Michael Angarano) at Sky High
School, a school for young superheroes that floats somewhere in the sky. Will's parents pose as suburban real-estate agents Steve and Josie Stronghold, but they are really the Commander (Russell) and Jetstream (Preston), two of the
most famous and powerful superheroes! 

At Disneyland, 
Tomorrowland was originally designed to be 
a small scale city of the future. When the park opened in 1955, Tomorrowland 
represented the distant 
future of 1986.
1957:
Time magazine runs "How To Make A Buck" - an article about Walt Disney's success.
2007:
Disney's lavish Broadway musical Beauty and the Beast plays its final performance
(at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City). The show first debuted on Broadway 
in 1994 on April 18 (three years after the release of the animated movie) at the Palace Theater. The 
Broadway production closes to make way for Disney's next musical venture, The Little Mermaid.

The Disney-owned Power Rangers begin a 15-city tour in San Diego in celebration
of their 15th anniversary.
1955:
Illustrator and comics artist Dave Stevens is born in Lynwood, California.
 Best known for creating The Rocketeer comic book and film character, Stevens was the first to win
 Comic-Con International's Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award in 1982. His Rocketeer character first
 appeared in a back-up feature of Pacific Comics' Starslayer #2 and was released as a feature film by Walt Disney
 Pictures/Touchstone Pictures in 1991.
2008:
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake located near Chino Hills (just east of Los Angeles) in
 Southern California strikes at 11:45 AM, resulting in the evacuation of all attractions
 at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim. Most attractions are reopened by the evening. The temblor -
 felt as far south as San Diego - causes little damage, but it is the first quake of its size to hit a metropolitan part
 of California!
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1930:
The Mickey Mouse short The Shindig, directed by Burt Gillett, is released. Mickey, 
Minnie, Horace, and Clarabelle are off to a wild barn party. There Mickey plays the harmonica and dances with 
gigantic Patricia Pig, then joins Minnie in a duet on "Pop Goes the Weasel." It is first cartoon where Clarabelle is 
named on-screen.
"I do expect a lot of myself. I'm a harsh critic because I know what I'm capable of." -Dave Stevens
1966:
Disney's live-action comedy feature film Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. - starring 
Dick Van Dyke and Nancy Kwan - is generally released in the U.S. A comedic twist on 
Daniel Defoe's classic novel Robinson Crusoe, Dick Van Dyke plays a U.S. Navy pilot who becomes a 
castaway on a tropical island. Character actor Richard Deacon (known from TV's "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "Leave It to Beaver") provides narration.
Playing in front of Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. is the short Run, Appaloosa, Run. Narrated by Rex Allen,
Run, Appaloosa, Run tells the story of how a youngster and horse work together to overcome adversity.


Warner as Sark in the 1982 "Tron"
Warner also lent his voice to the 2000 animated series "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command"
2011:
The removal of the Golden Gate Bridge facade at Disney California Adventure is completed. An iconic remnant of the original concept of the park, the removal began 10 days earlier, with work
taking place over night after the theme park closed. California Adventure is in the midst of a project to re-theme the
park to give it more of a Disney feel.

The Salt Lake Home Builders Association hosts the 65th
Annual Salt Lake Parade of Homes (today through August
14) at the Herriman Towne Center development. The longest
consecutive running Parade of Homes in the United States, it features a real-life
replica of the house from Disney/Pixar’s Up. Built by the Bangerter Brothers (a
custom-home building company), the house is painted in vibrant sherbet shades,
and comes complete with Carl and Ellie’s hand-printed mailbox and custom-made
garden hose reel. The brothers sought the blessing of Disney Entertainment
Group before proceeding, and received the company’s approval to do some
Walt Disney-style "imagineering" of their own!
July 29
This Day in Disney History - THE FIRST - THE ORIGINAL
Traveling in time since 1999!