House of the Lucky Gusak
Scrooge McDuck and his family are heading to the Temple of the Golden Cricket, on the way he agreed to drop in to Macau to Gladstone, who appealed to Donald…

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Jim Starling (born Jim Starling / in the dubbing Jim Drozdling) is a famous actor and TV star playing the Black Cloak in the old series. Subsequently becomes the real…

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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…

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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, it was clear that the family had problems: on the one hand, he really wanted the staff to call him Walt at home, on the other, when it turned out that many of them can’t get used to the treatment by name, he simply began to threaten dismissal for the word “boss”. At first, all this seemed somewhat charming eccentricity, but while working on the first full-length film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, totalitarian manners developed into banal exploitation.

The idea of ​​making a full-length cartoon in the mid-1930s seemed wild even to the studio’s directorate: everyone was sure that the audience could not stand the hour and a half of animation. Walt thought differently and forced everyone to get involved in an enterprise that took three years and a record $ 1.5 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

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 World, paying tribute to his brother, under whose management the company had reached its peak.

Roy ordered to complete the films Walt worked on during his lifetime: in 1967, the animated film The Jungle Book and the musical The Happiest Millionaire were released.

In the late 1960s, Disney released the Volkswagen Beetle and Computer wore tennis shoes comedies, the first of which received the title of the highest grossing picture in 1969. Continue reading

Disney during World War II
Due to money problems, Disney Studios moved from Hyperion Avenue to Buena Vista in Burbank, where it still remains today. In the early 1940s, the studio completed work on the…

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Willie duck
Wilford "Willy" Duck (Eng. Dewey Duck) - granddaughter of Scrooge MacDuck, twin brother of Billy and Dilly. One of the main characters in the animated series Duck Tales. Appearance Willie…

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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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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…

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