Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

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    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 first animated film he made. Well, he did not first start out as a mouse, he was first a rabbit. Mickey Mouse was first Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He had a round, white face, a big button nose with floppy black ears. When Walt Disney…

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    neighbors, and he continued on with his passion by taking classes at the Chicago Art Institute (Walt Disney 1). Disney created many types of art in his lifetime. He started off his artistic career drawing for farm equipment catalogues, but this talent later evolved into animated characters such as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse. Disney began his animation work at the Kansas City Film Ad Company where he made animated commercials, which sparked an interest in him causing his art to…

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    When people hear the word movie, a few other words come to mind as well: theater, popcorn, Hollywood, and, most prominent of them all, Disney. For almost a century Walt Disney and his legacy have brought magical and exciting adventures to theaters and television screens alike all over the world, while his history still lies buried and undiscovered from many of those that enjoy the fruits of his rich history. For instance, not many people have any recollection of Walt Disney’s role in the First…

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    for the soldiers to take back home. It was when he returned back to Kansas that he realized the entertainment industry was calling his name. After many rejections and failures in Kansas, Walt packed up and decided to move closer to his older brother Roy in Hollywood. That’s when Walt finally found success in a rabbit named Oswald. Signing a deal with Universal Studio’s Charles Mintz, Disney created Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Oswald became popular all across America, it looked like it was…

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    White and the Dwarfs” but its only earned back less than 2 million. Its because “Pinnochio” is a technical masterpieces and their costs were too high for a company, its losing most of the foreign markets because of the World War II. Walt Disney made his Alice Comedies for four years, but in 1927, he decided to move instead to an all-cartoon series. To star in this new series, he created a character named Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Within a year, Walt made 26 of these Oswald cartoons, but when he…

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    How Walt Disney changed the world through animation Walt Disney’s first creation Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was taken from him but he did not abrogate to create a better one. “A source of joy and inspiration to all the world.” “A kingdom of dreams and magic.” And films for happiness and great journeys. Walt Disney changed the world through animation by all his creations and beliefs bringing him the results. He most successfully changed the world because he had great imagination. He created…

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    The Walt Disney Animators’ Strike of 1941 During the early 1930s, unions began to organize in almost every industry across the United States, including the Hollywood entertainment industry. Unions for actors, directors, stagehands, and writers sprung up to unify laborers and collectively bargain for better working conditions. The Screen Cartoonist’s Guild was formed in 1938 to organize the previously unrepresented cartoonists and animators in Hollywood. The Guild enjoyed success during its…

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    The Brothers The brothers Warner had an interest in films since 1903. They were traveling exhibitors, moving throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania with their portable projector their sister Rose found in their attic. By 1907, the brothers had bought and were operating from a converted store in New Castle, Pennsylvania. They named it Cascade Theatre. Albert and Harry were selling tickets, Sam ran the hand-cranked projector, and Jack sang along to Rose’s piano playing during intermissions. Within that…

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    Walt-Disney started a company specifically geared towards fulfilling children's dreams and imaginations and making them think of a place, where dreams come true and magic and fairytales comes alive, in whatever ways imaginable. He made this possible through his work in movies, cartoons, children's books, storytelling, theme parks, etc. He did all of this in the middle of the Second World War and other problems happening in the world. While giving credit to Walt Disney, whose main priority is to…

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    Who Is Art Babbitt?

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    Among those who joined the Guild was one of Walt's highest-ranking animators, Art Babbitt. Babbitt, who was known for developing the infamous character Goofy, had a very strong sense of justice. Despite being higher on the totem pole than others, he felt that the pay structure was unfair and very disorganized. Art was a generous man; so gregarious that he would often pay his assistant out of his own pockets when Walt would refuse to give him a raise.5 He had always sympathized with the omegas of…

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