Disney History – February 9

This Day in Disney History February 9

1951

Disney Pluto Cartoon - Cold Storage - 1951

1951: The Pluto Cartoon “Cold Storage” is Released

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Pluto cartoon; released on February 9, 1951. Directed by Jack Kinney. Pluto and a stork battle in the dead of winter for possession of Pluto’s house, confiscated by the stork, until spring arrives.
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1964

Disney The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh 1964

1964: “The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh” Airs on Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color

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One of the strangest and most fascinating Disney productions ever to gallop across the screen, this elaborate action-adventure was first presented on Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color in 1964. A Disney TV favorite in its day, this timeless tale of eerie escapades, moonlit shadowy thrills, and a ghostlike champion today has an avid cult following.
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