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    Mickey Mouse Adaptation

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    Mickey Mouse’s first notable debut appearance was in 1928 in “Steamboat Willie” which was so successful it led him and Walt Disney to international fame. Mickey Mouse has an appealing design doesn’t necessarily need a story to be understood, other people 's perceptions of him can give him a likeable personality and he is still a well-known character 88 years later, proving his longevity even with a few redesigns. An interesting story about Mickey Mouse and his solid character design making an impact was noted by John Grant, “In the 1950s, an American doctor was operating a hospital ship of the coast of South East Asia, clearly the symbol of the Red Cross wasn’t a powerful enough attractant. The doctor got permission to put a big picture of Mickey Mouse on the side of the ship. Sure enough, all the local kids came down to the beach for medical check-ups, kids who had never even heard of Mickey, it was the symbol of his face that attracted them.” This is evidence of the importance of character design when it comes to appealing to children, as just an inviting friendly face can be enough to get young people interested, this relates to me and my practice as an animator, as I need to create…

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    Pioneer of Animation It all started with a passion for animation and cartoons. Walt Disney was one of the most influential people in the entertainment industry in the twentieth century. He was the driving force behind Mickey Mouse, Bambi, Goofy, Snow White, and a multitude of other characters. Even more than the movies and the contents within it, Walt Disney created Disneyland and Disneyworld. Walt Disney’s Legacy will continue to live on with the Walt Disney Company still making movies today.…

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    Disney began as an organization on October 16, 1923; On November 18, 1928 it discharged its first Mickey Mouse toon. At that point after that it has dispatched different cutting edge movies, clubs start on TV, and so forth. It is likewise wanting to open Star wars themed lands at Disneyland and Hollywood Studios. There have additionally been reactions about it saying this sweeping scope and effect on society can exceed everything else. In each film, a young lady is spoken to as a princess and…

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    And every part of disney is innovative in its own way, Magic Kingdom has its own culture, and it is known for its unique characters like Mickey Mouse, Minne Mouse, the princesses, the Cinderella castle, and all other characters, where as Epcot, is has its own culture which is more about space, the sea creatures, like Finding Dory, Finding Nemo, and race track which was an amazing ride, and Animal Kingdom which is more about the animals. All of these Leadership Skills are very important for…

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    Margaret Winkler, to distribute his cartoons. During this time they invented a new character called Oswald the Lucky Rabbit which was their first really published cartoon that made television. But yet another tragic thing happen Pruitt 3 to Disney, Mrs. Winkler had stolen the rights to Oswald and his animators. But that did not stop Walt because right after that he had his friends and brother became working on a new character called Mickey Mouse. Walt’s first animated short stories…

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    By 1955, year of the opening of the internationally famous park of Disneyland, Walt Disney was widely recognized as one of the most prominent figures and symbols of America. The man who started his career as a simple cartoonist quickly became an astoundingly creative and prolific entrepreneur in the entertainment business. Walt Disney was in fact behind the first animated film to use sound, the national sensation Steamboat Willie (1928), starring himself as the voice for Mickey Mouse. His…

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    The Scooby-Doo is the live action movie of the famous cartoon series Scooby-Doo made in 2002 that made for everyone in the family. This is an amazing movie for all ages that keeps up with morals of the cartoons while expanding on the universe. Scooby-Doo shows off the best and worst parts of the characters in a spectacular way that makes them feel more life-like. The animation used to create some of the animals and monsters gives the movie a great boost and the story itself is well made.…

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    Fairy Tales Have Ruined Marriage Marriage is often a life goal for many people all over the world, but the ideals and reasoning for marriage have greatly changed throughout the years. One of the possible reasons for this drastic change of expectations about the institution of marriage is the influence of media and big businesses such as Disney and the fairy tales they create. Do companies comparable to Disney create fairy tales such as Cinderella to make changes to the way the world goes about…

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    Disney has changed how they look into the world. Before a story becomes great, it has to have a beginning. In 1901 Walt Disney was born on the 5th of December in 1901 in Chicago. When Walt was a child, he moved from Chicago, but he was drawn back there when he was studying art. When Walt Disney was studying the field of art, he wanted to make an animated short film. During the 1920’s he used the different technology they had at that time to make an animated short film. Mickey Mouse was the…

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    Pocahontas Analysis

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    The film Pocahontas is an animated, musical, drama film produced by Walt Disney in the year 1995. The film is about the discovery of the new world. It includes some historical context considering John Smith, Pocahontas and family were once living people. The film is a story of a young woman, Pocahontas, who falls in love with an English settler, John Smith. Their new-found love is forbidden by Pocahontas’ father; Chief Powhatan, and he wants his daughter to marry an Indigenous warrior who could…

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