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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Ill-fated excursion
"Unfortunate excursion" (Eng. Daytrip of Doom) - the second episode of the animated series "Duck Tales" was released on September 23, 2017 in the United States. The twins decide to…

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How managers continued the business of the animator
Walt Disney died December 15, 1966. The next five years, the company was led by his brother Roy. He renamed the upcoming Disney World amusement park into the Walt Disney…

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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 television hit from Disney was the Disneyland series, which, having changed its name several times, lasted 29 years on the screens of America, and it was shown exclusively in prime time. A year later, the debut of the famous Mickey Mouse Club show took place, in which many future stars of American show business took their first steps.

However, gradually the talent of Walt Disney became closely within the film and television business. A new field for activity was suggested to him by his father’s experience. Walking with his daughters, Walt often went to zoos, carnivals, and other entertainment events. While the children rode on the carousels, the father patiently sat on the bench and waited for the daughters to frolic. During these gatherings, he came to the conclusion that America is sorely lacking in a place where it would be interesting to spend time for both adults and children. And then Disney decided to create such a place himself.

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Disneyland – Dreamland for children of any age

Disneyland
The first Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955 in the city of Anaheim (California), south of Los Angeles. $ 17 million was spent on its construction, but very soon all investments paid off tenfold. Over the first 25 years of its existence, the park was visited by more than 200 million people. In 1983, his Disneyland appeared in Tokyo, and in 1992 in Paris.
28 thousand people came to the opening of the park. And another ninety million viewers were able to see this grand festival live. The opening ceremony of the first Disneyland on television was conducted by the future US President actor Ronald Reagan. It was a completely original and nothing like a park, laid down according to four basic principles.
– The general idea is to restore the magic kingdom of Walt Disney cartoons.
– Add to this a variety of new technical tricks that would give visitors the impression that, for example, they are swimming through the jungle, or they see ghosts in front of them, or they are sitting in a submarine at the bottom of the sea.
– Fascinating walks in the surroundings with a special thematic plan.
– The amusement park was supposed to be a vacation spot for the whole family, with special attention paid to safety, courtesy and cleanliness.

California Institute of the Arts
The next major Disney project was the California Institute of the Arts, which was founded in 1961, near Los Angeles. It studied music, painting, theater, sculpture, cinema, fashion.

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The walt disney world

The walt disney world
In 1963, Disney began to implement an even more ambitious idea – the so-called X project. With the help of his people, he found a suitable plot of land in Florida and bought it in parts, hiding behind the names of fictitious companies (such precautions were taken to ensure that land owners do not inflated land prices). In the end, the Walt Disney Company owned an allotment of land, equal in area to two Manhattan. At this place, the construction of a new park began, which was called The Walt Disney World. It opened in October 1971 after the death of Walt.

Walt Disney died on December 15, 1966 from lung cancer, leaving the ideas of no less than the “city of the future” and the “University for creative youth” named after Walt Disney unfulfilled.
“I don’t make films just to make money. I make money to make films. ” Walt Disney, Man-era.

However, gradually the talent of Walt Disney became closely within the film and television business. A new field for activity was suggested to him by his father’s experience. Walking with his daughters, Walt often went to zoos, carnivals, and other entertainment events. While the children rode on the carousels, the father patiently sat on the bench and waited for the daughters to frolic. During these gatherings, he came to the conclusion that America is sorely lacking in a place where it would be interesting to spend time for both adults and children. And then Disney decided to create such a place himself.

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