Disneyland series
In 1954, the Disney Company began to produce television programs, becoming one of the pioneers of first black and white, and then color television in the United States. The first…

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HOW DISNEY KILLED AN OWL AND BUILT AT THIS CAREER
Walt Disney was obsessed with death. So, at least, his biographers often say, linking the numerous - and tragic - deaths of animals in Disney films to a traumatic episode…

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Life after death
In 1968, Disney was awarded the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal. There is also a widespread version of the multiplier freezing in a cryogenic chamber, which he went to in the…

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Margaret Winkler

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Mickey Mouse. Great symbol of America

The official birthday of Mickey Mouse is unknown and moreover, it is not entirely clear who his parents were.

According to one version, Mickey was the first to draw Walt Disney, the second – his friend and colleague Ab Iverks. Quite often, in the biographies of Mickey it is indicated that he is the fruit of the joint work of Disney and Iverks. However, the name of his godmother is known for sure – initially Disney called the mouse Mortimer, but his wife advised changing the name to Mickey (there are also a lot of versions of why this was done). Continue reading

Mouse-fire: Mickey Mouse again on the big screen

In cinemas around the world, they began to show a new cartoon with the main Disney hero of all time – but no one noticed. Anton Dolin believes that in vain.

Mouse-fire: Mickey Mouse again on the big screen
On the screens of Russia and the world came out one of the best films of the year. About a thousand and a half copies. But you will not find reviews on it. How so? Very simple. Horse Fire (such a bizarre title was given to the film by distributors desperate to translate Get a horse!) Lasts only seven minutes and is glued as a free bonus to the beginning of the new Disney full meter Frozen. So if you are already thinking about this latest remix of The Snow Queen – lively and touching, although overloaded with stupid songs – try not to be late for the start. Continue reading

Simba

Simba is the son of the Lion King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi, Scar’s nephew. As a child, he was a restless and curious lion cub, because of which he often got into trouble. After the sudden death of his father (who blames himself), the lion cub was forced to leave his native kingdom. Outside the homeland of the lion cub, the meerkat Timon and the warthog Pumba were sheltered and raised, and side by side with them, the runaway young prince lives a carefree and easy life. As an adult, Simba meets the spirit of his deceased father, who convinced him of his true destiny. The prince who had matured and understood himself had to return and save the Pride Lands from final decline.

Now he is the king of the Pride Lands, the husband of Nala and the father of three children: the daughter of the heir to Kiara, the son of Kayon, the leader of the Lion Guard and the eldest son of Kopa.

The prince grows up in a cheerful, restless, occasionally arrogant lion cub. He wants to quickly become the Continue reading

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Lina
Lina (born Lena) - a shadow that has taken on the appearance of a teenage girl and formed after the imprisonment of Magica De Hypnosis in the First coin of…

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He started in the garage and did not chase money: as the founder of Disney built a company
Walt Disney tried to start his own business back in 1922 - then he opened the animation studio Laugh-O-Gram Films in Kansas City. For her, he hired the first workers,…

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The story of Donald Duck and his nephews
Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck know everything. But not everyone knows who invented and painted them as we know them. Many mistakenly think that all Walt Disney characters were invented…

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HOW DISNEY KILLED AN OWL AND BUILT AT THIS CAREER
Walt Disney was obsessed with death. So, at least, his biographers often say, linking the numerous - and tragic - deaths of animals in Disney films to a traumatic episode…

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