Disney Shorts: 1990ies
 
COMPLETE
(without Theme Park-Promotional films)
(February 23, 2008)

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Winnie the Pooh’s ABC of Me

January 18, 1990

Learn the alphabet by associating each letter with sounds or words.

12 min. Educational film.

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The Bones and Muscles Get Rhythm

January 26, 1990

How bones and muscles work together, illustrated through dance.

11 min. Wonders of Life #1

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The Brain and the Nervous System Think Science

January 26, 1990

How the brain and nervous system jointly control action and thought.

11 min. Wonders of Life #2

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The Heart and Lungs Play Ball

January 26, 1990

The film shows how the heart and lungs work together delivering oxygen and blood to the body parts of a football player.

11 min. Wonders of Life #3

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Goofy’s Office Safety Championship

April 30, 1990

Office workplace hazards turn into an athletic competition.

12 min. Educational film.

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Goofy’s Plant Safety Championship

April 30, 1990

Plant workplace hazards become an athletic competition.

13 min. Educational film.

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Rollercoaster Rabbit [Touchstone]

June 15, 1990

Roger is drafted into service as Baby Herman’s babysitter during a visit to the county fair. When the infant goes off in search of his airborne balloon, Roger has to follow him on a perilous course that takes them through a volley of darts and a shooting gallery into a close encounter with a bull, and ultimately onto the wildest roller coaster ride ever captured on film.

7 min. Directed by Rob Minkoff. Roger Rabbit Cartoon #02

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Rachel and Marla

July 05, 1990

The film explores physical and emotional abuse in a story of friendship between two girls.

24 min. Educational film.

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Who Owns the Sun?

August 14, 1990

About the son of a plantation slave learning about prejudice, freedom, and self-respect.

18 min. Educational film.

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Voices of the Road Back: A Program About Drugs

October 1990

The film includes interviews with teenagers who began using drugs at an early age.

15 min. Educational film.

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The Great Quake Hazard Hunt

October 18, 1990

The film with Chip and Dale shows how earthquakes happen and how to prepare for them at home and at school.

Produced by KCAL-TV and KFWB News Radio.

min. Educational film.

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If I’m Lyin’…I’m Dyin’: A Program About Smoking

November 1990

Teens learn myths about smoking, develop resistance skills, and discover the effects of smoking on the body.

17 min. Educational film.

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The Prince and the Pauper

November 16, 1990

Mickey mouse plays the classic dual roles of the impoverished youth and the prince who discovered they look exactly alike. When the prince suggests they change for a day, the evil captain of the guards, Pete, plots to take over the country after the king’s death. But the prince, aided by Donald Duck and Mickey and his pals Goofy and Pluto, manages to save the day.

Released with Rescuers Down Under, and included an additional 10 minutes of intermission animation, tying the two films together.

25 min. Directed by George Scribner.

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Euro Disney: When the Dream Becomes Reality

December 05, 1990

Preview film about Euro Disney.

Original title is Euro Disney: Quand L’imaginaire deviant realité.

13 min.

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Luxo Jr. in Sesame Street [Pixar]

1991

This cartoon illustrates different weights and directions starring Luxo Jr. and Luxo.

Special educational CGI cartoon produced for the TV series Sesame Street.

Contains 4 segments: "Surprise", "Light and Heavy", "Up and Down", and "Front and Back."

1 min. 

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A Day at the Magic Kingdom

1991

A film about a visit to Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World.

30 min. Promotional film. 

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Goofy over Health

January 1991

By reading Goofy’s health journal, an 8-year-old learns that she has been suffering from fatigue caused by poor health habits. Goofy teaches her the keys to good health and fitness.

An extended version, running 19-minutes, was released in March 1993.

11 min. Educational film.

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Goofy over Dental Health

January 1991

A kid neglects brushing his teeth, but that night Goofy leaves a magical toothbrush under his pillow and he is transported to a dental office where he learns how to have healthy teeth.

An extended version, running 22-minutes, was released in February 1993.

13 min. Educational film.

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Climbing High

January 1991

A teen is pressured by his peers to try marijuana, but, as a dedicated rock climber, he discovers that the high he gets climbing mountains is far greater than any high he could get from a drug.

25 min. Educational film.

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I’m No Fool on Wheels

January 1991

Pinocchio’s friends teach him the vital procedures and equipment that need to be used for roller skating, bicycling, and skateboarding.

An extended version, running 25-minutes, was released in March 1993.

13 min. Educational film. I’m No Fool #7

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I’m No Fool With Safety at School

January 1991

Jiminy Cricket and Pinocchio join elementary school students to learn about safety at school.

An extended version, running 28-minutes, was released in March 1993.

12 min. Educational film. I’m No Fool #8

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I’m No Fool in Unsafe Places

January 1991

Pinocchio becomes a real boy, but he must learn how to be safe in the real world, and not to play in refrigerators or at construction sites.

An extended version, running 28-minutes, was released in March 1993.

14 min. Educational film. I’m No Fool #9

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Return to Sender

March 1991

A young girl learns about the problems that result when many people litter.

13 min. Educational film.

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Paying the Price

March 1991

A new teen in town is coerced by friends to shoplift, only to be arrested and forced to face the consequences.

17 min. Educational film.

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Fitness Fun with Goofy

March 1991

Sport Goofy takes the class through a complete workout that includes both warm-up and cool-down exercises, illustrating them with clips from Disney films.

19 min. Educational film.

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D.A.R.E. to Care: A Program for Parents

April 1991

Today’s parents face a very difficult challenge – finding a way to keep their kids safe from drugs.

An extended version, running 27-minutes, was released in October 1992.

18 min. Educational film. D.A.R.E. #1

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The Party Tilyadrop Tour

April 19, 1991

Behind the scenes on tour with this musical group from the Mickey Mouse Club.

25 min.

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Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant Film

April 20, 1991

A film that includes clips of B-movie trailers and intermission animation.

Shown at the huge drive-in movie screen at the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant at the Disney-MGM Studios.

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Zort Sorts

May 1991

Zort is an alien who comes to earth to learn how earthlings deal with garbage.

16 min. Educational film.

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Jim Henson’s Muppet*Vision 3D

May 16, 1991

Sensational in-theater effects ass to the impact of the 3-D film starring the Muppets.

Attraction at the Disney-MGM Studios, sponsored by Kodak, which also opened in Disney’s California Adventure on February 08, 2001. 

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Mickey’s Big Break [a.k.a. Mickey’s Audition]

June 1991

A humorous portrayal of Mickey Mouse’ interview for a job with Disney, portrayed by Roy E. Disney.

The film was used during the summer 1991 at Disney-MGM Studios for a temporary attraction on one of the soundstages. Beginning in 1994, it was shown at the Main Street Cinema in the Magic Kingdom, and in 1998 in the Town Square Exhibition Hall.

min. Directed by Rob Minkoff.

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Donald’s Fire Drill

August 1991

Two kids are contestants on a game show, co-hosted by Trevor Townsend and Donald Duck, and they try to beat the clock by answering questions on fire safety information.

15 min. Educational film.

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It’s Not My Fault

August 1991

An 11-year-old boy seems to be disagreeing with everyone, but he learns to communicate his feelings and listen to those of others.

18 min. Educational film.

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Drawing Conclusions

August 1991

A high school girl’s mother and friends discourage her artistic talent, but she wants to enter a drawing contest at school.

19 min. Educational film.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Puberty…for Boys

August 1991

Two boys have questions about recent physical changes but are too embarrassed to ask an older brother to borrow a book on the subject.

16 min. Educational film.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Puberty…for Girls

August 1991

While staying at a friend’s house, a girl has her first period, and the friend’s older sister shares her knowledge and experience with the girl.

13 min. Educational film.

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

August 1991

A teen has behavioral problems because of low self-esteem resulting from a difficult home life. He improves his self-image through group counseling.

19 min. Educational film.

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Rescue Rangers Fire Safety Adventure

August 1991

Rescue Rangers Chip and Dale, along with their friends, must foil the plans of Fat Cat as he leaves a trail of fire hazards throughout the fire station and neighboring bank.

14 min. Educational film.

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Simply Mad About the Mouse

September 27, 1991

Classic Disney songs sung to a modern beat, with singers surrounded by animated backgrounds and special effects.

Music video featuring Billy Joel; Ric Ocasek; LL Cool J; The Gipsy Kings; Harry Connick, Jr.; Bobby McFerrin; Soul II Soul; Michael Bolton.

35 min. Directed by Scot Garen.

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Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too

December 14, 1991

When Winnie the Pooh and Piglet retrieve a letter to Santa, in hopes of adding some forgotten Christmas whishes, their plans go awry. Realizing now that the letter won’t find its way to the north Pole on time, Pooh and Piglet decide to play Santa with some decidedly comic results.

Animated special short aired on ABC.

min. Directed by Ken Kessell.

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Big Brother Blues

1992

A young teen is shocked to learn that his mother and stepfather are about to have a baby. He is not sure how he feels about losing his status as the only child, but eventually he finds himself excited by the prospect of becoming a big brother.

Released in association with Metropolitan Life.

30 min. Educational film.

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Loaded Weapon

February 1992

Illustrates the lethal combination of drinking and driving when a high school girl is killed.

22 min. Educational film.

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I’m No Fool in Unsafe Places II

April 1992

Two kids try to keep an alien safe and away from hazardous sites.

15 min. Educational film. I’m No Fool #10

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I’m No Fool in an Emergency

April 1992

A patrol officer trying to capture an alien sustains an injury, and two kids calmly handle the situation by calling the paramedics.

13 min. Educational film. I’m No Fool #11

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I’m No Fool in a Car

April 1992

An alien falls to Earth when he unfastens the safety belt in his spaceship; on Earth he learns the importance of car safety.

15 min. Educational film. I’m No Fool #12

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From Time to Time

April 12, 1992

Audio-Animatronics characters 9-Eye and Timekeeper interact with the film, which presents a time travel journey through Europe, including scenes of eight countries.

Circle-Vision film created for Visionarium at Disneyland Paris, presented by Renault.

A revised version with new added American scenes, opened in the Transportarium in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World on November 21, 1994 and closed on April 29, 2001, but continued to operate seasonally.

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AIDS: You’ve Got to Do Something

June 1992

Provides teens with important facts about HIV and AIDS, with peer discussion and role-playing used to encourage them to become aware of individual and social responsibilities to help stop the spread of the disease.

19 min. Educational film.

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No Big Deal

June 1992

A story of the dangers of inhalants, and how they can cause paranoia and increased aggression.

20 min. Educational film.

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Off His Rockers

July 17, 1992

The magical tale of a young boy who has abandoned his faithful rocking horse playmate in favor of the latest video games. Unwilling to be “put out to pasture”, the wooden horse uses some inventive and hilarious means to remind his fickle friend of the great times they used to have when his imagination was free to roam. Soon the boy is back in the saddle again as he gallops off into the sunset in search of exciting new adventures.

Special experimental cartoon, making some use of computer animation, animated at Disney-MGM Studios Florida.

5 min. Directed by Barry Cook.

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The Baseball Card

August 1992

When boy steals a friend’s valuable baseball card, he gets caught in a lie; the action freezes as he considers various decisions and consequences to his actions.

8 min. Educational film. What Should I Do #6

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The Fight

August 1992

Kids get into a fistfight after a water balloon is thrown.

This film is different from the previous film entitled The Fight (1969) in the What Should I Do? series.

8 min. Educational film. What Should I Do #7

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The Game

August 1992

An overweight girl considers the strategies to become accepted by her peers.

This film is different from the previous film entitled The Game (1969) in the What Should I Do? series.

8 min. Educational film. What Should I Do #8

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The Lunch Group

August 1992

Students make fun of a girl from El Salvador because she is different.

8 min. Educational film. What Should I Do #9

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The Mural

August 1992

Three friends painting a school mural shun a boy because they consider him a geek.

8 min. Educational film. What Should I Do #10

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The Play

August 1992

A wheel-chair-bound girl is told she cannot help construct a set for the school play because of her disability.

9 min. Educational film. What Should I Do #11

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Petal to the Metal

August 07, 1992

In delivering a bouquet of flowers across town to a stunning starlet named Fawn Deer, a delirious delivery cat named Bonkers D. Bobcat turns a relatively easy assignment into a catalog of catastrophes. Racing against the clock to meet his five-minute delivery deadline and keep his job. Bonkers encounters a wide array of ridiculous roadblocks, ranging from banana peels to the world’s slowest taxi driver.

Released with 3 Ninjas.

A production of Walt Disney Television Animation. While original pre-production work took place in California, the animation was done in France.

8 min. Directed by David Block.

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D.A.R.E. to Be Aware: Matt’s Story

November 1992

A teen is booked for drunk driving at the police station, and though he argues he was not drunk, the policeman tells him about the alcohol content of beer and explains the consequences of his actions – he hit a car, badly injuring a little boy.

11 min. Educational film. D.A.R.E. #2

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D.A.R.E. to Be Aware: Michael’s Story

November 1992

Two boys are in trouble, owing $800 to a local drug dealer, so they turn to theft.

12 min. Educational film. D.A.R.E. #3

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Keeping the Balance

November 1992

A girl at camps puts herself on a rigorous training schedule that excludes all other activities, and she becomes ill. She has to learn how to maintain a balance in all areas of life.

11 min. Educational film. Triangle of Health #5

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Moving On

November 1992

A young boy becomes sullen and depressed when h learns his family is moving.

11 min. Educational film. Triangle of Health #6

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Personal Challenge

November 1992

A boy’s best friend at camp helps him with a strict training program so he can compete in a race.

10 min. Educational film. Triangle of Health #7

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True Friends

November 1992

A Hungarian girl feels ostracized because she is unfamiliar with American ways at summer champ, and she loses her only friend, who doesn’t want to be ostracized either.

10 min. Educational film. Triangle of Health #8

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Out of Control

November 1992

A boy has a problem with his temper, but after he vandalizes the campsite of a homeless man, he wrestles with his conscience and finds more creative and humorous ways to deal with his anger.

17 min. Educational film.

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Consider the Alternatives

December 1992

In a magazine format, the hosts interview real kids about the many different decisions and choices they must take, and demonstrate the five steps to decision-making.

20 min. Educational film. 

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D.A.R.E. to Be Aware: Angela’s Story

January 1993

A girl risks losing her boyfriend when she refuses to do drugs, but he respects her for her decision.

10 min. Educational film. D.A.R.E. #4

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Recycle Rex

February 05, 1993

An animated program about a group of dinosaur friends who learn about recycling.

There are two versions: the California version and the generic version that was released on February 26, 1993 and run 11 min.

12 min. Educational film.

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Trail Mix-Up

March 12, 1993

Roger Rabbit is left to care for Baby Herman in Yellowstone National Park. When Baby Herman’s curiosity gets the better of him, Roger is plunged into all sorts of zany adventures. He upsets a beehive, meets a tree-hungry beaver, and has several misadventures with a sawmill that conclude with Roger being sawed into hundreds of tiny Rogers. Roger, Baby Herman, the beaver, and an angry bear are saved from going over a waterfall only to plummet over a cliff. They land on a geyser that shoots them all into the faces carved on Mount Rushmore, ruining the national landmark.

Released with A Far Off Place.

Produced at Disney-MGM Studios in Florida.

8 min. Directed by Barry Cook. Roger Rabbit Cartoon #03

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Skin Deep

October 04, 1993

The film educates about eating disorders, for teenagers.

26 min. Educational film.

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D.A.R.E. to Be Aware: Steve’s Story

December 1993

Rachel throws a party at her home, but her boyfriend, Steve, gets drunk on beer and becomes violent.

10 min. Educational film. D.A.R.E. #5

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D.A.R.E. to Be Aware: Lauren’s Story

December 1993

A teen is angry with her parents, but her counselor suggests she try dealing differently with her anger than her usual retreat to her room to smoke a joint. She should listen to others’ points of view and calmly state her own.

14 min. Educational film. D.A.R.E. #6

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Honey, I Shrunk the Audience

November 21, 1994

Guests enter the laboratory of Professor Wayne Szalinski’s Imagination Institute, but the audience becomes accidental victims of the professor’s famed, but flawed, shrinking machine. They must face such terrors as a giant python, a huge sneezing dog, and a humongous five-year-old child.

3-D film premiered at Journey into Imagination in Future World at EPCOT.

At Tokyo Disneyland, the film has added new sequences, shot specifically for the Japanese audience.

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Explorations in Earth Science

December 1994

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Based on “Discovery” magazine.

min. Educational film. Discover Quest #1

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Explorations in Life Science

December 1994

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Based on “Discovery” magazine.

min. Educational film. Discover Quest #2

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Explorations in Physical Science

December 1994

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Based on “Discovery” magazine.

min. Educational film. Discover Quest #3

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Smoke Signals

January 1995

Dramatic educational film for children about cigarette smoking.

18 min. Educational film.

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Still Waters

January 1995

Dramatic educational film for teenagers about the effect of alcohol on family communication.

26 min. Educational film.

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Under the Gun

January 1995

Dramatic educational film for children about handgun violence.

Produced in cooperation with the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence and sponsored by MetLife.

26 min. Educational film.

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Songs for Us: Part 2

January 1995

A three-part educational music video for young children that covers ethnic songs.

10 min. Educational music video.

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Circle of Life: an Environmental Fable

January 21, 1995

The combination live and animated fable has Simba, as king of the Pride Lands, counseling Timon and Pumbaa, who are clearing the savanna for a new development, about how to respect the environment.

Film shown in the Harvest Theater in The Land at EPCOT.

13 min. Directed by Bruce Morrow, Paul Justman.

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White Fang Companion

March 1995

A companion to the Disney film White Fang (1991) containing an interview with the screenwriter and segments on wolves, Jack London, and the native people of the Yukon.

min. Educational production.

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Beauty and the Beast Companion

March 1995

A companion to the Disney film Beauty and the Beast (1991) containing an interview with the screenwriter and segments on medieval castles, stained glass, and the stages of animation.

min. Educational production.

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Runaway Brain

August 08, 1995

Dr. Frankenollie, a mad scientist, transplants Mickey’s brain into a monster’s body and vice versa. The monsterized Mickey, known as Julius, becomes obsessed with pursuing Minnie, and Mickey, whose intentions are misunderstood because he is in the monster’s body, tries to save her.

Released with A Kid in King Arthur’s Court.

The name of Dr. Frankenollie was inspired by the famed animators Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston.

The cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award.

8 min. Mickey Mouse #120

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Disney’s Timon & Pumbaa in Stand By Me

December 22, 1995

A frantic music video with Timon and Pumbaa, based on the popular song.

Released in CinemaScope with Tom and Huck.

3 min. Directed by Steve Moore.

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Telling the Story with Plants

1996

Film of step-by-step gardening tips from the gardens of the Walt Disney World Resort.

15 min. Walt Disney World at Home: Garden Magic #1

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Portable Gardens

1996

Film of step-by-step gardening tips from the gardens of the Walt Disney World Resort.

10 min. Walt Disney World at Home: Garden Magic #2

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Parterre Gardens

1996

Film of step-by-step gardening tips from the gardens of the Walt Disney World Resort.

10 min. Walt Disney World at Home: Garden Magic #3

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Topiary

1996

Film of step-by-step gardening tips from the gardens of the Walt Disney World Resort.

10 min. Walt Disney World at Home: Garden Magic #4

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Environmental Gardening

1996

Film of step-by-step gardening tips from the gardens of the Walt Disney World Resort.

10 min. Walt Disney World at Home: Garden Magic #5

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Ellen’s Energy Adventure

September 15, 1995

Ellen DeGeneres stars in a film and Audio-Animatronics show about energy.

Film shown in the Universe of Energy at EPCOT.

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Waging Peace

November 06, 1996

Based on the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity’s “Tomorrow’s Leaders” conference held in Venice, Italy, the film documents the meeting of world leaders, conflict resolution facilitators, and 30 teenagers, representing divergent points of view from some of the world’s most serious crisis regions, with a goal of working toward mutual understanding and peace. Follow-up trips to each area provide a series of profiles showing the reality of the lives of a group of young people.

Educational film, premiered on The Disney Channel.

Produced by Disney Educational Productions in association with Jazbo Productions.

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Redux Riding Hood

August 05, 1997

In this quirky short cartoon sequel to the classic fairy tale, the wolf is obsessed with his failure to catch Red Riding Hood. He can’t sleep, he is mocked by his co-workers, and he’s driving his wife crazy. He ultimately devises an outrageous plan to rectify the situation – including the use of a time machine.

Released theatrically only for Academy Award consideration in Encino, California.

Nominated for an Academy Award.

15 min. Directed by Steve Moore.

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The Three Little Pigs

October 21, 1997

When the Three Little Pigs allow Barnabas the Wolf, a professed vegan, to become their roommate, they quickly become paranoid after a series of misunderstandings that could only have one explanation – the wolf intends to make the Pigs his protein source.

Released in one theater for Academy Award consideration.

Part of a Twisted Tales series, which included Redux Riding Hood.

26 min. Directed by Darrell Rooney.

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Geri’s Game [Pixar]

November 25, 1997

An aging codger named Geri plays a daylong game of chess in the park against himself. Somehow, he begins losing to his livelier opponent. But just when the game’s nearly over, Geri manages to turn the tables.

Academy Award: Best Short Film, Animated, 1998.

Released with A Bug’s Life on November 25, 1998.

4 min. Directed by Jan Pinkava. CGI short #06.

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It’s Tough to Be A Bug

April 22, 1998

A multimedia production, featuring a 3-D film, Audio-Animatronics and special effects, provides an amusing look at a bug’s world.

3-D film underneath the Tree of Life at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The attraction, minus the tree, opened also at Disney’s California Adventure on February 8, 2001.

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Goofy’s Extreme Sports: Skating the Half Pipe

November 13, 1998

Goofy demonstrates the beautiful, yet dangerous, sport of stunt skating – complete with all safety precautions. But once he gets rolling, he has trouble putting on the brakes.

From the Mickey MouseWorks television series.

Released with I’ll Be Home For Christmas.

2 min. Directed by Bob Zamboni.

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A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving

November 26, 1998

Pooh and the gang go on a wild search for the ingredients for a perfect Thanksgiving feast. When the search goes awry, Pooh and his pals frantically assemble a hysterically untraditional dinner, and ultimately realize that Thanksgiving isn’t about the trimmings but about family, friends, and the blessing you already have.

Animated special short aired on ABC.

Later part of the Direct-to-video movie Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (1999).

30 min. Directed by Jun Falkenstein.

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Goofy’s Extreme Sports: Paracycling

December 25, 1998

Goofy defies the laws of physics and common sense when he bicycles off a cliff, engages in aerial acrobatics, and ungracefully parachutes to the ground.

From the Mickey MouseWorks television series.

Released with Mighty Joe Young.

2 min. Directed by Tony Craig.

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Pluto Gets the Paper: Spaceship

February 12, 1999

While fetching the newspaper for Mickey, Pluto is abducted by an alien spaceship and subjected to a number of humorous experiments.

From the Mickey MouseWorks television series.

Released with My Favorite Martian

2 min. Directed by William Speers.

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Winnie the Pooh, a Valentine for You

February 13, 1999

Pooh and his friends worry that because Christopher Robin is making a valentine for someone else, he is now lovesick and will no longer have time for them. They search for a Smitten, whose “love bug bite” will cure Christopher Robin of his new affection. But, eventually they realize that the heart has room for new friends and old.

Animated special short aired on ABC.

30 min.

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Donald’s Dynamite: Opera Box

March 26, 1999

When Donald attends the opera with Daisy, he finds a bomb in her purse and tries, unsuccessfully, to defuse it.

From the Mickey MouseWorks television series.

Released with Doug’s 1st Movie.

2 min. Directed by William Speers. 

 

 
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