In the 1970s, Walt Disney Productions revived the concept but modernized the show cosmetically, with a disco re-recording of the theme song and minority cast members. The sets, though colored, were simplistic, lacking the fine artwork of the original. Like the original, nearly each day’s episode included a vintage cartoon, though usually color ones from the late 1930s and onward. The revived format ran from 1977–1979.
In 1989, The Disney Channel revived the show with a different format, which was very similar to other popular shows of the time like You Can’t Do That on Television or Saturday Night Live. The show structure was originally developed by Walt Disney Television in the mid-1980s. The popular revival enjoyed a 6 season run, coming to a close in 1994.