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Transcript of Disneyland

Walt Disney
L'influence de Walt Disney
Disneys Around the World
May 6, 1991: The Walt Disney company joins the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Early Disney
Map of the Disneyland theme park.
On December 15, 1966 Walter died
Walt and Herman (his first employee) did a series of seven-minute fairy tales that combined both live action and animation, which they called Alice in Cartoonland.
- Released November 18, 1928.
- First Mickey Mouse cartoon that featured sound .
Steamboat Willie

- The mickey mouse comics debuted in 1930.
- The comics quickly became popular worldwide
- Eventually produced in other countries in

- The Disney brothers and their wives and cartoonist, Iwerks
produced three cartoons featuring called Mickey Mouse.

- The first animated shorts featuring Mickey were
Plane Crazy and The Gallopin' Gaucho, both silent
films for which they failed to find distribution.
Mickey Mouse Comics
Popular Cartoons
1 st Disney land, 1955

Walt Disney supervision
Tokyo Disney
Paris Disneyland
September 2005
Disneyland expected to open in 2014
Second Disney Theme Park, built in 1971
It is the most visited amusement park in the world.
121 , 000,000 visited this amusement park in 2011
Peter Pan (1953)
Disneyland opened on
July 17th, 1955. Disney
and his executives
referred to this day as
"Black Sunday."

Black Sunday
-Temperature was unusually high: 101 degrees
-Due to a Plumber's Strike, Disney was given a choice of running toilets or functioning water fountains. He chose the running toilets, and many guests thought the dry water fountains was away of getting them to buy drinks.
-Asphalt was not completely dry, and some womens' high heeled shoes sank into it.
-Gas leak caused some parts of the park to be closed
Created By: Raichel, Elise, Ashley, and Brett
Walt and his brother Roy co-founded Walt Disney Productions, which became one of the best-known motion-picture companies in the world.
Disney was an original animator and created the cartoon character Mickey Mouse.
Walt and his brother also created a character called Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
-In 1929, Disney created Silly Symphonies which featured Mickeys new friends, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto.

-The three little pigs and its title song, "Whos afraid of the Big Bad Wolf " became a theme for the country in the midst of the Great Depression.
Walt Disney Studios purchased land in Orlando, FL for EPCOT which leads to the creation of Walt Disney World
Creation of movies
Snow white and the Seven dwarfs was the first full length animated featured film in 1937.
Flowers and Trees
A 1932 Silly Symphonies cartoon produced by Walt
First commercially released film to be produced in the full-color three strip technicolor process.

The running time was 8 minutes
October 1, 1949: Walt Disney music company is formed
It is the 14th film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series
On December 7, 1941, the United States joined the Second World War after Pearl Harbor was attacked. The following day the U.S. military took control of the studio and commissioned them to produce war propaganda films. Peter Pan was forced to be put on hold.
In 1947 the studios financial health started to improve again and by 1953 Peter Pan could finally be released.
Disneyland created!
In the early 1950s, Walt Disney began designing a huge amusement park to be built near Los Angeles. He intended Disneyland to have educational as well as amusement value and to entertain adults and their children.
Attractions such as the Castle, Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, Snow White's Adventures, Space Station X-1, Jungle Cruise, and Stage Coach drew countless children and their parents.
In 1965, work began on an even bigger Disney theme park and resort near Orlando, Florida.
The original map sold in the park measures 36 inches by 24 inches and was drawn by one of the original Imagineers of the Park, Sam McKim.
The map was released in 1958, 3 years after the park opened
April 18, 1983: The Disney Chanenel begins broadcasting.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a stock market index
"I could never convince the financiers
that Disneyland was feasible, because dreams
offer too little collateral."
Walt had a difficult time finding someone to finance the park. He created the show Disneyland, which was broadcasted on ABC and ABC funded the park.
-Disneyland boosted California's economy (Currently generates $4.7 billion to Southern California economy annually.)
-Brought tourists
-Created jobs
-Paved the way for other businesses
Impact of Disneyland on America
-"Walt Disney's Impact on Today." Walt Disney's Impact on Today. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 May 2013.

-Tully, Sarah. "Disney: Disneyland Resort Generates $4.7 Billion Annually to Economy - Around Disney : The Orange County Register." Around Disney. N.p., 8 Apr. 2011. Web. 28 May 2013.

-"Disney Dreamer - Disneyland History." Disney Dreamer - Disneyland History. Disney Dreamer, n.d. Web. 28 May 2013.

-Malloy, Betsy. "Disneyland History." About.com California Travel. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 May 2013.
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