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    Walt Disney Walt Disney was the founder of Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida. He was also one of the founders of Disney Studios. This interests me because ever since I was a little girl, I have always loved Disney World. Everytime my parents ask where I want to go on vacation, I always say Disney World. Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois. In 1906, Walt and his family moved to a farm in Marceline, Missouri. On this farm is where Walt Disney first gained an interest in drawing. A couple years later, Walt’s father, Elias, got sick and they had to sell the farm. The Disney family then moved to Kansas City, Missouri. In 1917, Walt and his family moved back to Chicago, Illinois. Walt Disney draws pictures for the McKinley High School newspaper and takes evening classes at Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. In 1918, Walt…

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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.…

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    Walt Whitman was born May 31, 1819, in the village of West Hills, Long Island, New York, approximately 50 miles east of New York City. He was the second of eight children. Whitman’s father was of English descent, and his mother’s family, the Van Velsor, were Dutch. In early 1822, when Walt was two years old, the Whitman family moved to Brooklyn, which was still a small town. Whitman would spend most of the next 40 years of his life in Brooklyn, which grew into a thriving city during his…

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    There are many people in society who have had a significant impact on the media. I believe one of those influential people is Walt Disney. His simple drawing of a mouse led to the creation of a huge and extremely successful company. Without Walt Disney, who knows what film or animation would look like? Walt Disney was influential in the media because he created new and innovative technology to deliver entertainment to the world by using his imagination and collaborating with others. Creating…

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    Walt Disney was an American animator, entrepreneur, film producer, and voice actor who won 22 academy awards in his entire lifetime. Disney was massively influential on North America, creating many cherished and adored animated American classics. Walt Disney was the most influential animator in all of North America because he produced an enormous portion of America’s popular media and entertainment. Walter Elias Disney was born in Hermosa, Illinois on December 5, 1901 to Elias and Flora…

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    Sarah Rice Mrs. Petree Spanish 1 10-7-14 Walt Disney From Mickey Mouse to Disney Land, the famous Walt Disney has changed the world of entertainment forever! Walt Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois. Many rumors say his mother wanted to leave her life of poverty and as a washwoman (prostitute), behind, so she moved to the United States as and immigrant with her son days after he was born and dropped him at the door step of Elias (father) and Flora (mother) Disney. The Rumor was carried out…

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    Walt Disney Failure Essay

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    Walt Disney proved that through dedication, hard work, and determination any goal can be accomplished, no matter the struggle or setback. Walt Disney experienced failure after failure throughout his life, yet he did not let that stop him. Disney’s vision to expand the animation industry, as well as the entertainment industry as a whole, remained steady, even throughout all of the failure that he endured. Disney realized early on that there are more important things in a business than just money,…

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    Walt Disney: The Man Behind Mickey Mouse. Have you ever been told, you would not be able to succeed at what you have dreamed of doing? Well my friend, you are not alone. Walt Disney was told by so many people that he would not succeed, or he was told he would have a career, but it would not last very long at all. However, he proved them all wrong. Walt Disney may have ended his life on a high note of success, but he struggled all throughout his childhood, early, and adult life. Walt Disney…

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    Many people think of Walt Disney as just the creator of television shows. While this is true, there is so much more that he has contributed to the world of entertainment. He has drastically changed animation techniques, and he is a role model for all people to look up to. Walt Disney was an influential producer and innovator because of his early life successes, animation and entertainment expertise, and long lasting legacy throughout history. Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago,…

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    The Walt Disney Company was founded on October 16, 1923 in California by Walt Disney and his brother Roy O. Disney. The company was originally started as an animation studio and named The Disney Brothers Company. At present time, the company is composed of four main business units which are divided into more specialized segments or divisions. The four primary business units are: Studio Entertainment where the main business unit is The Walt Disney Studios, Parks and Resorts, Disney Consumer…

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