Your Host Walt Disney: TV Memories 1956 - 1965 / Where Do the Stories Come From?, The Fourth Anniversary Show, Disneyland

DVD info
Title: Your Host Walt Disney: TV Memories 1956 - 1965
Original Title: Where Do the Stories Come From?, The Fourth Anniversary Show, Disneyland '59, Back Stage Party, Disneyland 10th Anniversary
IMDb / Disneyinfo: Where Do the Stories Come From?   
The Fourth Anniversary Show   
Kodak Presents Disneyland '59   
Backstage Party   
Disneyland Tenth Anniversary Show   
Country: United States United States
Region: R1-US
Category: Giftset
Serie: Walt Disney Treasures
Genre: TV Series, Adventure, Drama, Family, TV Movie, Documentary
Release Date: 19-12-2006
Year: 1956, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1965
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Fullscreen (Original Aspect Ratio)
Length: 346 Minutes
Packaging: Tin
Insert: Yes
Number of DVD's: 2
Chapters: ???
Mono: English
Subtitles: English for the hearing impaired
Publisher: Walt Disney Productions
Distribution: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
ISBN: ???
UPC: 786936702255
Catalog Number: ???
Spine Number: ???
DVD: • Two single-sided, dual-layered discs
• DVD-9
Mint Marks Sample: ???
Celebrate Walt Disney and his magical vision with this look back at several of the most memorable hours from his groundbreaking television shows. As its friendly, approachable host, Disney endeared himself to millions and became much more than an icon for family entertainment. He became Uncle Walt.

Join Walt as he celebrates the rededication of Disneyland with a parade of celebrities and guest stars, the fourth anniversary of his weekly show featuring a surprise party arranged by the Mouseketeers, and a tenth anniversary program showcasing some of his talented Imagineers at work. And in a rare interview, Diane Disney Miller shares warm and personal memories of growing up with the man we all admired from afar.
Original Other
Where Do the Stories Come From?
Walt Disney - Self - Host
Kirk Douglas - Self
Ollie Johnston - Self
Ward Kimball - Self
Oliver Wallace - Self
Milt Banta - Self (uncredited)
Al Bertino - Self (uncredited)
David Detiege - Self (uncredited)

The Fourth Anniversary Show
Walt Disney - Self - Host
Sharon Baird - Self - Mouseketeer
Bobby Burgess - Self - Mouseketeer / The Scarecrow
Lonnie Burr - Self - Mouseketeer
Tommy Cole - Self - Mouseketeer
Tim Considine - Spin
Kevin Corcoran - Moochie
Jerome Courtland - Andy Burnett
Jimmie Dodd - Self - Mouseketeer
Lynn Fields - Self - Mouseketeer
Annette Funicello - Self - Mouseketeer / Ozma
Darlene Gillespie - Self - Mouseketeer / Dorothy Gale
Don Grady - Self - Mouseketeer
Cheryl Holdridge - Self - Mouseketeer
Sterling Holloway - Narrator (segment "Peter and the Wolf") (archive footage)
Linda Hughes - Self - Mouseketeer
Tommy Kirk - Self
Cubby O'Brien - Self - Mouseketeer
Fess Parker - Self
Karen Pendleton - Self - Mouseketeer
Lynn Ready - Self - Mouseketeer
Doreen Tracey - Self - Mouseketeer / Patchwork Girl of Oz
Guy Williams - Zorro
Roy Williams - Self - Mouseketeer

Disneyland '59
Eddie Albert - Self
Danny Alguire - Self (as Firehouse Five Plus Two)
Rex Allen - Self
Edgar Bergen - Self
Frances Bergen - Self (as Frances)
Wally Boag - Self
Henry Calvin - Sergeant Garcia
Richard Crenna - Self (as Richard McKenna)
Robert Cummings - Self (as Bob Cummings)
Christopher Disney Miller - Self (as Chris)
Walt Disney - Self - Host
Lassie the Dog - Lassie
Richard Eastham - Self
Clint Eastwood - Self
The Elliott Brothers Orchestra - Themselves (as The Elliott Brothers Band)
Mary Elliott - Self (as Mary Cummings)
Firehouse Five Plus Two - Themselves
June Haver - Self
Harvey Hickman - Self
Dennis Hopper - Self
Hedda Hopper - Self
Jeffrey Hunter - Self
Ward Kimball - Self (as Firehouse Five Plus Two)
Tommy Kirk - Self
Charles C. Kirkpatrick - Self (as Admiral Charles C. Kirkpatrick)
Art Linkletter - Self - Host
Diane Linkletter - Self
Robert Linkletter - Self
June Lockhart - Self
Robert Loggia - Self
Fred MacMurray - Self
Paul Maxey - Self
Irish McCalla - Self
Darren McGavin - Self (as Darven McGavin)
Julia Meade - Self
Joanna Miller - Self (as Joanna)
Marvin Miller - Self
J. Carrol Naish - Self
David Nelson - Self (as Dave)
Ozzie Nelson - Self (as Ozzie)
Ricky Nelson - Self (as Ricky)
Stuart Nelson - Self (as Chief Machinist Mate Stuart Nelson)
Julie Nixon - Self (as Julia)
Pat Nixon - Self
Richard Nixon - Self
Tricia Nixon - Self (as Patricia)
Zasu Pitts - Self
George Probert - Self (as Firehouse Five Plus Two)
Jon Provost - Self
George Putnam - Self
Hugh Reilly - Self
Roy Roberts - Self
John Russell - Self
Gene Sheldon - Bernardo
Ed Sullivan - Self
Frank Thomas - Self (as Firehouse Five Plus Two)
Tom Tryon - John Slaughter
Tommy Walker - Self
Vesey Walker - Self
Lawrence Welk - Self
Guy Williams - Zorro
Chill Wills - Self
Meredith Willson - Self
Harriet Nelson - Self (uncredited)

Back Stage Party
Ray Bolger - Self
Tommy Sands - Self
Annette Funicello - Self (as Annette)
Ed Wynn - Self
Tommy Kirk - Self
Kevin Corcoran - Self
Henry Calvin - Self
Gene Sheldon - Self
Mary McCarty - Self
Ann Jillian - Self (as Ann Jilliann)
Brian Corcoran - Self
Marvin Ashbaugh - Self (as Marvin Ash)
George Bruns - Self
Edward Colman - Self (as Eddie Colman)
Billy Curtis - Self
Walt Disney - Self - Host
Jack Donohue - Self
Mel Leven - Self
James MacDonald - Self (as Jimmy MacDonald)
Tom Mahoney - Self (as Tommy Mahoney)

Disneyland 10th Anniversary
Mary Blair - Self
Harriet Burns - Self (as Harriet)
Claude Coats - Self (as Claude)
Roland F. Crump - Self (as Roland Crump)
Marc Davis - Self
Walt Disney - Self - Host
Blaine Gibson - Self (as Blaine)
John Hench - Self (as Johnny Hench)
Julie Rheim - Self - Miss Disneyland Tencennial
- Galleries
- "My Dad, Walt Disney" Featuring Diane Disney Miller
- "I Captured The King Of The Leprechauns"
- "Disneyland USA At Radio City Music Hall"
- Working With Walt
Easter Egg
Extra Info
Disc 1
- Where Do the Stories Come From? (51:48) (Originally aired April 4, 1956)
- The Fourth Anniversary Show (51:58) (Originally aired September 11, 1957)
- Kodak Presents Disneyland '59 (1:29:25) (Originally aired June 16, 1959)

Disc 2
- Backstage Party (51:50) (Originally aired December 17, 1961)
- Disneyland Tenth Anniversary Show (45:21) (Originally aired January 3, 1965)