Analysis: The Cultural Transformation Of Walt Disney

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The cultural transformation of Walt Disney has been a turning point in history. Walter Elias Disney made the largest brand name in the world, in entertainment. He inspired people from many cultures, and he greatly influenced the average family life. Walter Disney was an American entrepreneur, cartoonist, animator, voice actor, and film producer. He has been an inspirational figure within the American animation industry and throughout the world. Walt was seen as a cultural icon, known for his influence and contributions to entertainment during the 20th century. As we all know Walt is no stranger in our childhoods and children of today. Since the creation of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, the Walt Disney Company has provided cartoons with hundreds of animated characters to cherish through movies, merchandise, and amusement parks brought to our children and also to grown-ups as well.
Walt Disney established a business empire based upon fantasy and what he considered to be good old-fashioned fun. Disney’s imagination and determination helped his company to grow and get through several tough times like, the Great Depression, World War II, and the Cold War. Walt Disney was born in Chicago Illinois, December 5, 1901. As his parents grew old they wanted to live near family and had decided to move to Missouri to a small town called Marceline. While Walt was living in Marceline when he started drawing animals and indulging his imagination.
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His movies send messages to us indicating that we should follow our dreams. Many people in our time today know there are a lot of obstacles in order to achieve their dreams and don’t even try because they know the reality and are scared of failure. Walt has proven to us with determination and giving it your all, you will reach success. It’s all in the matter of setting your mind to what you want and pushing out of your comfort zone, like Walt

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