Walt Disney : The Way Of The Television And Theme Park Industry That Consists

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Can there be a world without Walt Disney? The answer is no, because he has transformed the way of the television and theme park industry that consists in our world today. Walt also brought great teachings and inspirations such as the ability to dream. Walt once said,” If you can dream it you can do it." Walt Disney is a wonderful and patriotic man who had a wonderful and happy life doing what he loves, making other 's dreams come true. First who is Walt Disney and how did he start his parks in such as: the land, the time, and how it can about and what makes the parks so "magical?" Walter Disney was born on December 5, 1901, in a small town of Chicago, Illinois. His father was Elias Disney and his mother, Flora Call

Disney. Flora and Elias had four boys and a girl. Which included Roy, Walt,

Herbert, Raymond and Ruth, which was the only girl. Disney attended High

School at McKinley High School, which was in Chicago also. When he was in

school he, took an art class such as drawing and photography classes and was

really interested in these. He then contributed to the school 's paper and after

school he would go to the Chicago Art Institute. But then when Disney was 16,

he dropped out of school to join the United States Army but was rejected for

being under age. Pruitt 2

He then joined the Red Cross and was sent to France for a year to drive an ambulance.

As soon as Walt came back from France he moved to…

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