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Transcript of Walt Disney
Walt Disney is the well-known animator, producer, cartoonist, director, screenwriter and voice actor. He is a major figure within the American Animation Industry and throughout his career he is regarded as one of the most important international icon since his achievements and the influence he has developed throughout the world. Walt Disney was born in 1901 and died in 1966 with 65 years.
This are some quotes Walt Disney had said
“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”
“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”
“Too many people grow up. That’s the real trouble with the world, too many people grow up. They forget. They don’t remember what it’s like to be 12 years old. They patronize, they treat children as inferiors. Well I won’t do that.”
“When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionable.”
“You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.”
“If you can dream it, you can do it. Always remember that this whole thing was started with a dream and a mouse.” “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”
While Walt did sketch the original plans for the Mickey Mouse’s character, the final design for Mickey we’ve all come to know and love was actually done by the famed Disney animator and Dutchman Ub Iwerks. In addition, the famed signature is what is known as a “stylized version” of Disney’s. As can be seen on legal documents, Disney’s own signature was not nearly as exciting or intricate. In fact, rumor had it that Walt couldn’t even reproduce the famed signature.
Neither Mickey Mouse nor the famed “Walt Disney” signature were actually ever drawn by Walt Disney himself.
Walter Elias Disney won a special Academy Award in 1932 for creating the cartoon character named Mickey Mouse. Following the lovable mouse were Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto and a host of other characters.
Disney's First Academy Award
This statement is nothing more than a rumor that is still circulating around decades after Disney's death. According to Snopes.com, "his reputation as a technological innovator" probably fueled this story. After he died, Walt Disney's body was cremated. It was then interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
Walt Disney's Body Is Frozen in a Cryonics Chamber
Walt at the 1920s
Walt Disney was an important character throughout all around the world, but his importance started at the 1920s, when he developed his first company and started his job as a cartoonist. By that time, USA was recovering from the WW1, but they were everyone in a state of mind term. They started to be luxurious and go out at night to the cinema and all that stuff. A job of cartoonist was very important at that time since everyone wanted something to get entertained with.
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Walt Disney was born in the city of Chicago
He developed his strong interest in drawing when he moved to the farm.
He discovers and falls in love with movies
In January, he along with the cartoonist, Ubbe Iwerks, established the Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists Company.
Walt moved to Hollywood with a plan in his mind to become a director. In the October of the same year, Walt and his brother Roy signed a contract with M.J. Winkler, a cartoon distributor in New York.
Walt hired a young lady named Lillian Bounds as an inker. They ended up marrying each other during the same year.
Disney signed a distribution contract with Columbia Pictures.
Membership in the Mickey Mouse Club passes one million people.
Disney received a special award for his Mickey Mouse during the 1932
The cartoon called 'The Three Little Pigs' became a phenomenal success.
In the cartoon, Orphan's Benefit, Donald Duck was introduced into the Mickey Mouse world. Donald Duck became the second most popular in Disney's creations.
Snow White was released under a deal with RKO Radio Pictures. The film was a huge success and earned an amount of $8 million. Snow White brought in the Golden Age of Animation for Disney.
During the late 1940s, Disney continued the work on 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Peter Pan' and commenced work on 'Cinderella'. He had been to Chicago in the late 1940s. There he sketched his ideas for an amusement park, deriving inspiration from the Children's Fairyland in Oakland, California. This idea was later expanded to design what is now known as Disneyland.
The popularity of Donald Duck increased to a great extent and Donald replaced Mickey as Disney's star character.
'Mickey Mouse Club' became the first daily television show. On September 8, 1955, Disneyland was proud to welcome its one-millionth visitor.
Walt Disney was the Head of Pageantry (impressive and colourful ceremonies) for the Winter Olympics of that year.
'Mary Poppins' became the most popular Disney film of the 1960s. It received nominations for 13 academic awards.
On November 30, Disney was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital owing to his weakness. On December 15, Walt Disney died of lung cancer.
Walt Disney Signing a drawing of Mickey Mouse
Walt Disney, and Lillian Disney