Jaws!
Donald and Lina are expecting the return of Scrooge and the company from another expedition. Donald tries to break the long pause when the noise from the hall announces the…

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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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MICKEY AND HIS FRIENDS
When at the end of 1929 the young Walt Disney (1901–1966) was offered to create a comic book based on his short animated films about a mouse, the artist was…

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dream arose

MICKEY AND HIS FRIENDS

When at the end of 1929 the young
Walt Disney (1901–1966) was offered to create a comic book based on his short animated films about a mouse, the artist was no longer
newbie. As a teenager, he began publishing humorous magazines
drawings. In 1917 during the First
World War II young man served in France: drove a Red Cross ambulance. In 1918, Walt Disney
returned to the USA, entered Chicago Continue reading

HOW DISNEY HATED WOMEN

Walt Disney joked that he prefers Mickey Mouse to all women in the world. Animator Ward Kimball, who invented the cricket Jimini from Pinocchio and the cat Lucifer from Cinderella, jokingly declared: “Disney did not believe women and cats.” After several losses at the Oscars, Disney stopped taking his wife Lilian to the ceremony because he was sure that she, like any woman, could jinx him. He forbade his daughters to watch their cartoons, fearing that they would not laugh out loud enough.

Walt Disney with his wife at the Oscars,
The specific attitude towards women was manifested not only at home, but also at the studio: Disney officially forbade the employment of female animators, because he was afraid that at the crucial moment they might become pregnant and quit, putting the entire project at risk. In addition, according to Disney, this specialty required a sense of humor and the ability to draw, and neither the first nor the second is characteristic of women. Before the war, the only place in the studio where women were received was the technical department, whose employees transferred the drawings to film. But with the entry of the United States into World War II and the beginning of mobilization, the number of employees fell sharply, and Disney had to hire Continue reading

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 from the childhood of Disney himself. In the late 1900s, when Walt was either seven or eight years old, he killed an owl. Suffering in the wilderness of Missouri from the loneliness and beatings of his father, Walt dreamed of a pet, and the dream almost came true when one day in the dark thickets of the garden he discovered a half-sleeping owl and dragged her home. Crazy from daylight, the bird suddenly attacked Walt, and he, either frightened or angry, trampled the owl to death. The event was a turning point in Walt’s life: “It seems that after that owl, tenderness for animals arose in me.” Tenderness, which was subsequently monetized. Continue reading

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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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…

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Gold Mouse: Mickey Mouse - 90th Anniversary
In honor of the anniversary of the most famous mouse in the world, we tell how he was born, how he took his first steps and how one of the…

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