In Latin American cultures, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a time to gather as a family and honor those who have passed away in a joyous celebration. At the Disneyland Resort, this holiday has become a tradition for guests and cast members alike. Take a look at how cast members have found a special connection to the holiday here at the resort.
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This Day In History
- 1955 The Mickey Mouse Club began broadcasting on ABC (all together now, "Em-Eye-See....")
- 1971 Peter Pans Flight opened at Walt Disney World
- 1996 The World of Disney store opened at Walt Disney World's Village Marketplace
- 1996 Illuminations 25 lit up the night sky for the first time at Epcot
- 1998 Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes closed at Disneyland
- 2003 Oogie Boogie from Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas joined the cast at the Haunted Mansion Holiday at Disneyland
- 2004 Hidalgo released