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…

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Walt Disney Series: How Mickey Mouse Appeared?
In the next article from the series “History and Theory of Animation of the USA”, we will take a closer look at the serial works of Walt Disney. These long-term…

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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…

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History of the Walt Disney Company

The story of the Walt Disney Company began back in 1901 on December 5, when the fourth of five children, Walter Elias, was born into the family of a carpenter and teacher.
When Walt was 4 years old, the Disney family moved to the small town of Marceline, Missouri. Disney bought a farm there. The family did not have money for pencils and paper, and Walt wanted to draw. He found tar, a stick and painted a house …
In Marceline, many knew Walt. He was distinguished by a cheerful disposition, so his neighbors and just acquaintances loved him very much. One of the neighbors, an elderly veteran, Dr. Sherwood, paid Walt 25 cents for the boy to draw his horse on a piece of paper. Disney later believed that it was the successful portrait of Dr. Sherwood’s mare that prompted him to become an artist.
Walt since childhood showed interest in drawing, and began his first comics at the age of seven. Young Walt participated in the creation of the school newspaper as an artist and photographer, and in the evenings he attended the Academy of Fine Arts. Then he took a course of newspaper cartoonists, where he was taught non-standard thinking, funny violations of familiar logic and laconic manner. Continue reading

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 DISC HAS PERFORMED A REVOLUTION IN CINEMA AND COMMUNICATED EMPLOYEES BEFORE THE STRIKE
Walt Disney considered himself a genius and a visionary. Studio staff considered him a tyrant. And, no matter how hard Disney tried to present his studio as a happy family,…

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Donald Duck. 1940-1990
Following the success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Walt Disney began developing and planning several animated feature films to follow suit. However, during World War II, Walt Disney…

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Scrooge McDuck
"I am Scrooge McDuck, I achieved everything myself being the most persistent of the most persistent, the most intelligent of the most intelligent, the most cunning of the most cunning!…

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