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Transcript of Walt Disney
December 5, 1901 –
December 15, 1966
at age 16
Joined the army as
an ambulance driver
Developed a love for drawing at a very young age
the largest media corporation in the world in terms of revenue.
Visionary and Coaching leadership style
Back to Kansas
While working for an advertisement company, Walt met longtime friend and associate, Ub Iwerks
The two got laid off, and decided to start their own company Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists
They both then got jobs with the Kansas City Film Ad Company, where Disney first learned about animation.
Disney then once again tried his luck with his own business. But this time, in the field of animation.
Disney put an ad in the newspaper requesting artists who wanted to learn animation to come work for him
Disney had great ideas for his cOmpany, but he was far from the best businessman.
He left Kansas City to try his luck in Hollywood. With all the money he had left and a little help from his brother Roy.
Disney opened the Disney Brothers Studio together with brother Roy in California
Iwerks, as well as most of the Disney staff left to work for Pat Powers, owner of Celebrity Pictures, which was a part of Universal Motion Picture Company
Walt Disney stayed with this company
and found another distributor
Received his first academy award for his
Flowers and trees
Walt Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards and nominations than any other human in history. Having won 22 awards out of 59 nominations. Including 4 honorary Academy Awards.
The Tree Little Pigs
amidst the Great Depression,
which resulted with the title song
"Who's afraid of the big bad wolf"
to be the theme for the country
during this dark period
Disney decided to make the the first ever animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
And sure enough, it was a giant success!
Snow White started the golden-age of animation for Walt Disney Studios.
They went on to create classics such as...
After the success that was Snow White, Walt expanded his company and built the 51 acre studio complex in Burbank, California.
Creative, Artistic and innovative
Man of Integrity
Televised opening of Disneyland
“I’m gonna have a park like this someday, but mine’s gonna be clean.”
Acquired a New York distributor
to release one of his series, Alice Comedies.
Disney decided to end the Alice Comedies, and signed a contract with Universal Studios leading to the creation of Oswald the lucky rabbit
Charles Mintz hired away most of Disney's animators
after Disney refused to negotiate a fair contract in order to force Disney to work for him, saying Universal Studios owned all of Disney’s creations
Disney together with Iwerks, who was his only loyal animator, went on to develop another character
featured animated mouse
first cartoon to feature a fully
First regular color
-all the way to the audio-animatronic
robots made famous with Disneyland
That's a lot of innovation!