3-D Over the years, Disney has experimented with three-dimensional techniques for its films. The first cartoon made in 3-D was Adventures in Music: Melody (1953) followed shortly by Working for Peanuts. A 3D Jamboree was shown at Disneyland beginning in 1956. However, it took a quarter century before the next 3-D film was produced by Disney—Magic Journeys, for Epcot in 1982. It has been followed by other park films Captain EO, Jim Henson’s MuppetVision 3-D, Honey, I Shrunk the Audience, It’s Tough to Be a Bug, The Magic Lamp Theater, and Mickey’s PhilharMagic. Beginning with Chicken Little (2005) Disney perfected a new process called Disney Digital 3-D. It was used in 2006 for the first time to transfer a film originally released in analog 2-D into 3-D—Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.