Moana Lyrics. You're Welcome Lyrics. Under The Sea Lyrics. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Lyrics. Life Is A Road Lyrics. John Henry Lyrics. Belle French Lyrics. Jungle Rhythm Lyrics. The Bare Necessitites Lyrics.
Colors Of The World Lyrics. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme Lyrics. Friends On the Other Side Lyrics. Just Around the Riverbend Lyrics. The stereo designations on the record jackets themselves varied as MGM got into this new area.
At first, MGM used a square gold foil sticker on the front of the same jacket that was used for the mono albums. Shortly thereafter, MGM designed a stereo banner for the top of the record jacket for stereo albums.
MGM also used the old gold foil sticker on later albums at least as late as when they ran out of mono covers for the stereo records. Wood decided to put out an album on the group, but since he had only two minor hits, opted to re-record the Olympics' old hits from Demon, Arvee, and Tri- Disc to include in an album called Something Old, Something New [Mirwood MS].
These re-recorded versions have been widely available since for reissue and have been included in a vast majority of the reissues and various artist albums where the Olympics appear, much to the annoyance of collectors.
The other Arvee hit maker was the Marathons, who scored with "Peanut Butter" in The Marathons had some, if Cat Talkin - The Flying Saucers* - Rockhouse Mini LP Collection total, personnel overlap with the Vibrations on Checker who had in been known as the Jayhawks of "Stranded in the Jungle" fame on Flash Records. Checker We Can Do Anything - Mikkel Solnado - Its Only Love Give It Away the "Peanut Butter" master through contract-infringement litigation, and Arvee assembled a new group with that name for subsequent releases, including the album.
The HiFi labels were sold by to Hardtrance Acperience - Various - Bootleg Everest Hot Party - Various - Orea Malià Presents: Icon best known for Gloria Lynne's catalog and a raft of grocery-store budget albumsand today remain part of "the Everest Group.
HiFi was into stereo fairly early, and put out several stereo Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M in on both the HiFi and the Orbit labels.
Stereo on all albums is designated by an S before the initial prefix, for example R is monaural, SR is stereo. The first HiFi label far left was silver with black print. The second label was slightly different for mono far left and stereo near left versions. Mono labels had the side designation in a large red number running down through the center hole between the two columns denoting songs and publishing information for that side of the LP.
Stereo issues had the word "STEREO" in block letters rotated 90 degrees replacing the large number designating the side. The side designation on stereo issues was in small letters at the bottom of the label. The second label had a counterpart for HiFijazz releases shown at far left. It was silver with black print, with "hifi jazz" four times around the black edge band of the label, with "hifi" in silver and "jazz" in red.
Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M Wanted: Kids was the first episode's film. Sometimes the slot would feature special instead of dramatic Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M like "Disney Goes to the Oscars" featuring the studio's Academy Award winners, and "The Greatest Moments in Disney Animation". However, Splash, Tooa sequel to the filmaired on the series over two weeks in May Disney, wanting to make it a regular viewing habit, gave ABC additional films from its library, including Old YellerThe Apple Dumpling Gangand Candleshoe for the normal rerun mid-year period.
Despite improving ABC's numbers, the program's ratings were never strong as the established 60 Minutes and scripted mystery series Murder, She Wrote on CBSboth of which Disney was competing with for viewers, remained the leading primetime programs on Sunday nights. The move did not help drive ratings, and the network decided not to renew its contract with Disney or pick up a fourth season of the second iteration of the anthology series.
In the spring ofNBC decided to renew its association with the company after it Mayo Okamoto - Everlasting ties to the anthology series seven years earlier; the network brought the series, now named The Magical World of Disneyto serve as the lead-in of its Sunday lineup in September During this period, the show attempted to reintroduce the rotating format the show started out with in Porter and the Walt Disney's film adaptation of it.
In the — season, during which the company was negotiating with Jim Henson to buy The Muppetsthey aired two Muppet specials; one of them was The Muppets at Walt Disney Worldwhich turned out to be Henson's last Muppet special.
He died May 16,10 days after the special aired, and the company only acquired The Muppets more than a decade later. After two seasons experiencing the same lackluster ratings as it had accrued during the end of its initial NBC run and its subsequent runs on CBS and ABC, Disney elected to end the broadcast television run of The Magical World of Disney and began airing the anthology on the Disney Channel — in the same time Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M it had been airing for the past decade — starting in Septemberexpanding back to a two-hour format.
Since the Disney Channel operated as The Martinique - Chris Barbers Jazz Band - Barbers Best premium channel at the time, films presented on the series were presented without commercial interruption.
The Wonderful World of Disney returned in as an umbrella title for Disney specials airing on major networks CBS airings used the historical title The Wonderful World of Disney for the first few years, while other networks broadcast the show with another title, A Disney Special. Eastern time slot,  resulting in the displacement of Sunday mainstay America's Funniest Home Videoswhich had occupied the slot since On October 5,Disney Telefilms' first production, Toothlessdebuted on the series.
In addition to the planned 16 original Disney telemovies, ABC and Disney added a few direct-to-video movies and films from other sources. Ina Spanish-language version of the program premiered on Telemundo which, incidentally, was acquired by the English version's former home, NBCthat same year as El Maravilloso Mundo de Disneywith more of a focus on Disney theatrical films than the English broadcasts at the time for Spanish version's former Disney Channel Latin America.
Rare exceptions to the program's format occurred during this time; for example, a Little House on the Prairie miniseries ran for several weeks in under the Wonderful World of Disney banner. For most of its second run on ABC, the program aired throughout the television season, with the exception of the —06 season when it aired during the midseason onlyand in and when it was relegated to the summer monthswith a broader array of films occupying the network's Saturday primetime slot at other times, when sports programming did not air.
The series ended as a regular program in At this point, the series began to shift focus toward Disney theatrical films, relying less on original television films; however, the series aired two Disney Channel Original Movies 's Cadet Kelly and 's Camp Rockcurrently the only Disney Channel television films to have aired on non-Disney Channel-branded network domestically during its ABC run.
Prior to the launch of the Disney Channel, several of the films and specials made for the anthology series were licensed to pay-TV networks such as HBO ; in HBO's case, the kaleidoscopic-pattern titles that preceded them in the original run were retained.
Around the same time that the s incarnations aired on ABC and NBC, reruns of older episodes of the Disney anthology series, airing under the Wonderful World of Disney banner, were syndicated to broadcast television stations throughout the United States   as well as in various international markets.
In Australia, the program aired on Network Seven on Saturdays at pm, before it was dropped Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M due to Optus Vision later Foxtel 's launch of a domestic version of the Disney Channelwith Saturday Disney replacing it as the channel's main block of Disney films. Reruns of the shows were a staple of the Disney Channel for several years under the title Walt Disney Presents which used the same title sequence as Linda Goodmans Love Signs - Purifier (File) s CBS incarnationwhen it was an outlet for vintage Disney cartoons, television series, and Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M, basically serving the same function that the anthology series served in the days before cable.
The original opening titles were restored to the episodes in Reruns of the anthology series were discontinued when the channel purged all vintage material with the removal of its Vault Disney late-night block on September 8, Recently, live-action Disney films from the s to the s have aired on Turner Classic Movieswithout commercial interruption, and presented uncut and with letterboxing on the network's standard-definition feed.
All of the episodes and existing material used on the series up to are listed in the Bill Cotter book The Wonderful World of Disney Televisionwhich was released in by Hyperion Books Праздничная Увертюра - Various - Музыкальный Казахстан = Музыкалы Қазақстан was owned by the Walt Disney Company at the book's publication. Originally hosted by Walt Disney himself, the original format of the Disney anthology series consisted of a balance of theatrical animated cartoonslive-action features, and other informational material some original, some pre-existing from the studio's library.
For many years, the show also featured edited one-hour versions of such then-recent Disney films as Alice in Wonderlandand in other cases, telecasts of complete Disney films that were split into two or more one-hour episodes. Fremontand Gregg Palmer as mountain man Jim Bridger. Occasionally, a more educational segment would be featured such as The Story of the Animated Drawingincluding nature and animal programs similar to the True-Life Adventures that were released in theaters, as well as various dramatic installments which were either structured as single-part, two-part, and sometimes, multipart editions.
Much of the original informational excerpts were to create awareness of Disneyland. In spite of essentially serving as advertisements for the park, entertainment value was emphasized, as well to make the shows palatable. Some of the program's informational content was formatted to promote upcoming feature film releases by the studio such as 20, Leagues Under the Sea and Darby O'Gill and the Little Peoplewith some programs focusing on the art and technology of animation itself.
The programme started airing at pm nightly from the second half of until December Byit was moved to weekday afternoons at pm. When it was coming to an end, aroundshifted to Sunday afternoons, and aired a long marathon of movies and cartoons. According to Greco, this programme was possible because of a distributor who acquired the material, and was allowed to be shown without following a strict format, because the company wanted to do so.
This lasted for a year and a half, with relative success. While Telefe had a major success carrying the animated movies and some TV series like Blossom or Dinosaurs distributed by Buena Vista TelevisionCanal 13 saw the possibility of buying material from the company and airing it sometimes competing against the Telefe's programme on Sunday afternoons, beginning inwhich at that time was filled with telecasts of ancient Argentinian films from the s, s or s, and by reruns of Tarzan and The Three Stooges.
The only clear difference was that only movies starring human actors, like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang or The Island at the Top of the Worldcould be broadcast, and not the cartoons.
This experiment lasted until early This also allowed Canal 13 to detain rights for other shows not related with Disney, but with the ABC network, like Lost or Grey's Anatomyand to produce a localised version of the high-grossing film High School Musical. After more than 30 years of the Seven Network, init now broadcast on the Nine Network and on 9Go! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Wonderful World of Disney. Anthology television series.
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