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Transcript of Walt Disney
Disney's Beach Club Resort
Disney's BoardWalk Inn
Disney's Contemporary Resort
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney's Polynesian Resort
Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Disney's Yacht Club Resort Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Disney's Port Orleans Resort French Quarter
Disney's Port Orleans Resort Riverside Disney's Pop Century Resort
Disney's All-Star Movies Resort
Disney's All-Star Music Resort
Disney's All-Star Sports Resort
Disney's Art of Animation Resort (2012) Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground The company is located in Burbank,CA Fulltime Employes 149,000 $38,063,000 Revenue corporate.disney.go.com/corporate/bios/robert_iger.html - Cached - Similar CEO Robert A Iger http://finance.yahoo.com/q/h?s=DIS+Headlines www.islandnet.com/~kpolsson/disnehis http://www.social42.com/organization/Walt-Disney-Headquarters/73665 corporate.disney.go.com/corporate/overview.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walt_Disney_Company corporate.disney.go.com/environmentality/fun_facts.html Mickey Mouse is the offical mascott of the Company The company’s Parks and Resorts segment owns and operates the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida that includes theme parks; resort hotels, dining, and entertainment complex; a sports complex, campgrounds, golf courses and waterparks Walt Disney and Ubbe Iwwerks form a company called Iwwerks-Disney Commercial Artists 1919 1921 Milton Feld contracts Walt Disney to produce twelve cartoons, which he calls Newman's Laugh-O-grams 1950 RKO Radio Pictures releases Disney's animated feature film Cinderella to theaters The first Disney TV special, One Hour in Wonderland airs on NBC, sponsored by the Coca-Cola Company 1930 Disney completes the Silly Symphony film Summer 1940 Ub Iwerks tells Roy Disney he wants to leave the Disney studio. Roy offers him $5000 for his 20 percent share of the company. 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2011 2003 2006 2009 The ABC TV network airs the Walt Disney Presents TV show, featuring the third "The Swamp Fox" episode, The ABC TV network airs the Walt Disney Presents TV show, entitled Escape to Paradise, showing portions of the films Swiss Family Robinson and Water Birds In Florida, Disney opens the Preview Center for Walt Disney World. Disney releases the animated and live-action film Dad, Can I Borrow the Car? to theaters. Eastman Kodak signs a 10-year contract with Disney, to sponsor the Imagination pavilion in EPCOT Center. October 1st, 1971 Disney World opens Total attendance at Disneyland during the year: 11.5 million July 17th Hollywood Records begins operations The Mickey's Starland attraction opens in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World President of Walt Disney Attractions, announces that Disney will develop 4400 acres in Osceola, Florida
shopping mall, industrial space, and homes over the next 25 years The film Fantasia opens at 70 IMAX theaters worldwide Disney releases the Walt Disney Pictures animated feature film The Tigger Movie to theaters in the USA The 2000 Disneyana Convention is held at Walt Disney World, over five days. Seventy-five plaster Mickey Mouse statues go on display in Walt Disney World Over the past twelve months, attendance at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea was 25 million visitors The Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sully to the Rescue! attraction opens in Disney's California Adventure Park The Walt Disney Company agrees to pay US$7.4 billion to acquire Pixar Animation Studios Pinocchio is released on DVD in the US The It's a Small World attraction re-opens at Disneyland with new boats, re-recorded soundtrack, and 29 Disney characters added in their home worlds The Disney Cruise Line announces the upcoming cruise ship Disney Dream will include the world's first shipboard water coaster ride Square Enix releases Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded for the Nintendo DS in the US The Disney Cruise Line's Disney Dream cruise ship begins its maiden voyage, from Port Canaveral, Florida Disney issues its first Annual Report The Disney studio sends application slips to all employees to join the Cartoonists Federation This segment also owns and operates Disneyland Resort in California, Disney Vacation Club, Disney Cruise Line, and ESPN Zone facilities, manages Disneyland Resort Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, and licenses the operations of the Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan. Things I didn't know The job i would want to do for this company is be Cinderella. I would get to be in the parade and dress up. also because i would be the one that all the little girls look up to there are tunnels beneath the magic kingdom disney has never had a death in the park http://purpleslinky.com/trivia/random/14-things-you-didnt-know-about-disney/ in the train station at Disney parks, you can hear a tapping noise, which is Walt Disney’s 1954 Opening day speech in morse code. Disney's Art of Animation Resort News Cast members are not allowed to go into different lands wearing their lands uniform Company has a worldwide recruiting system to have people working in the countries; they work for a year then return home Its Studio Entertainment segment produces and acquires live-action and animated motion pictures, direct-to-video programming, musical recordings, and live stage plays. The companys Consumer Products segment licenses Disney characters, and visual and literary properties to manufacturers, retailers, show promoters, and publishers; and publishes books and magazines.