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Thesis: He signed a deal with Universal to make cartoon a cartoon "Oswald the Rabbit." Walt Disney lost his newly found Disney Bros studio, cartoonist, and characters such as Oswald the Rabbit and Alice to Universal Studios in a contract loophole then, in turn, he created Walt Disney Studios. This changed entertainment forever with things such as for Mickey Mouse.

Background: In 1901, Walt Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois. At a young age he found his passion of art in Marceline, Missouri. He continued to try to find his passion of art but instead, at the age of 16 Walt decided to join the military. He joined due to the arrival of World War I. He enlisted in the army but was rejected because he was underage. He found employment as an ambulance

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