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08-14-2009, 05:19 AM
Aug. 14, 1995 – Michael Ovitz was appointed president of the Walt Disney Co. He would leave Disney after a year of trying to share power with Michael Eisner.
Aug. 14, 1998 – The Recording Association of America certified Disney’s “Mulan” soundtrack gold.
Aug. 14, 1998 – Disney’s direct-to-video “Air Bud: Golden Retriever,” was released. The film is the sequel to the 1997 film “Air Bud.”
Aug. 14, 1999 - The rest of SEGA closed at Innoventions West. A portion closed a month earlier, along with Lutron Ultimate Home Theater Experience.
Aug. 14, 1999 - All of Innoventions West exhibits closed as well as IBM for a Small Planet to be refurbished and prepared for the Millenium Celebration.
Aug. 14, 2004 – The Disney Philharmonic Orchestra performed 2 shows starting today at Tatton Park in the U.K. (Aug. 14, 15)
Aug. 14, 2004 – Due to the impact of Hurricane Charley, WDW adjusted this day’s schedule of operations. All theme parks with the exception of the Animal Kingdom re-opened to guests.
Aug. 14, 2006 – Actor Bruno Kirby, who portrayed Stanley in Disney’s 1973 live-action comedy “Superdad,” passed away at age 57 in Los Angeles, Ca.
Aug. 14, 2007 – The names of the towers at the Disneyland Hotel were changed. As of this day the Marina Tower is known as the Magic Tower, the Sierra Tower is called the Dreams Tower, and the Bonita Tower is now the Wonder Tower, and Marina Sundries was renamed Donald’s Gifts and Sundries.
Aug. 14, 2007 – The world premiere of Disney Channel’s “high school Musical 2” was hosted at AMC Theatres in DTD at WDW and at the Disneyland Resort, the same day the video game “High School Musical: Makin’ theCut!” for Nintendo DS and the soundtrack for the film were both released in the U.S.

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08-14-2009, 04:07 PM
Thanks Vince!:mickey:

08-14-2009, 11:34 PM
Thanks Vince.

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08-15-2009, 02:16 PM
thanks :thumbsup:

08-17-2009, 07:11 AM
Thanks Vince! :thumbsup: :mickey: