Trivia - Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1954)
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Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1954)

Country: USA

Genres: Adventure, Biography, Drama

Director: Hamilton Luske, Norman Tokar, James Neilson, Robert Stevenson, ...

Writers: Helen Aberson, Tom Adair, Joie Albrecht, James Aldridge, ...

Stars: Walt Disney, Kevin Corcoran, Paul Frees, Slim Pickens, ...

A Disney-produced anthology covering many different genres.

Seasons:   Unknown - 34 - 33 - 32 - 31 - 30 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 - 22 - 23 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 - 29

Several of the longer installments were released as theatrical films overseas.
Walt Disney's last opening comments aired in "A Salute to Alaska", in April 1967, five months after he had passed away.
Some of the segments produced for this series would be released as shorts in international markets.
The series was so popular that in 1972, NBC renewed it through 1976. During this period, Disney was the only Hollywood studio that routinely made money on most of its feature films.
From 1954-60 this series was titled "Disneyland". It aired on ABC TV which, at that time, only broadcasted, for the most part, in black and white.
NBC was loyal to the show throughout the 1960s and most of the 1970s, but by 1979, ratings were declining, and they demanded changes in the format. The studio updated the visual look of the show with a disco theme song and a fancier opening sequence. This
While declining ratings were a factor in the decision, the show ended primarily because the studio felt it would be competing with the then-new Disney Channel on cable TV. Today the Disney Channel rarely shows old Disney films or programs as they used to
Shown under five different titles, and eventually appearing on all three of the then-major television networks (ABC, NBC, and CBS), this was, and as of 2005 still is, the longest-running weekly prime time network show in the history of television. "Hallma
The Disney feature-length films were, at first, either edited down to one hour or broadcast in two or more weekly installments, one hour per week. It was not until the mid 1970's that the Disney Studios finally broadcast one of their feature-length films
All of the ABC episodes were filmed in color, even though they aired in black and white. In general, ABC did not broadcast in color until the mid 1960s. During the years on ABC, the show went by the title of "Disneyland", with one of four weekly sub title