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The Life Of Walt Disney & The Grimm Brothers - Walt Disney and Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Walt Disney and the Grimm Brothers used their talents, and, with help, became some of the most famous children’s literature writers and business owners of all time. Many children have read Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales and watched Walt Disney’s films and cartoons. The creators have used their tales, films, and cartoons not only during their lives, but even now. Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901 to a German-Irish-Canadian-American family who lived in Chicago, Illinois....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Walter Elias Disney - Walter Elias Disney Why should the great man Walter Elias Disney be worthy of being awarded a statue in Trafalgar Square. I say, "Of course!" This to me is a quick and simple answer. However, as shocking as it may seem, others may need to be persuaded to agree. Walt Disney is known worldwide. He possessed one of the most fertile imaginations the world has ever known, and still, after his death, his legend continues on forever. It continues to grow and bring happiness to people of all ages everywhere in many ways....   [tags: Free Essays] 426 words
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The Wonderful World of Disney - The company I chose for the project is the Disney Corporation. I chose the Walt Disney Company because it is one of the largest companies I know and one of the most successful companies of the world. People come all the way to America from Asia, Europe, and everywhere else just to visit Disney. The beginning of what is now a national company was in 1923 when brothers Roy and Walt Disney (at the ages of 30 and 22) opened the Disney Brothers Studio in a windowless office. They began with a couple thousand dollars (which was mostly borrowed), a second-hand camera, and not much else....   [tags: Business Analysis]
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The Creative and Innovative Walt Disney - Walt Disney was the most creative and innovative person in the entertainment business in the 20th century. His movies and animations had a huge impact on family life and the movie and animation industry. He also created shows for television and opened Disney Land which were both huge successes. Walt Disney's Interest in art began at a young age. Walt went for his dreams and made them a reality. His hard work to become a movie and animation creator payed off by the time he was in his twenties . Walt Disney's accomplishments show that nothing is impossible....   [tags: animation, magical parks, inspiration] 1370 words
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Characteristics of Antagonists in Disney Movies - Movies have entertained crowds since the Lumière brothers first introduced their early version of “cinématographe” to the public in Paris, France at the Grand Café on the Boulevard de Capuchines in1895 (Walter). It was the Lumières’ early developments in cinematography that led to modern day feature films. While the technology and special effects may have changed through the years, the one constant in film remains the theme of protagonist versus antagonist; or good versus evil. Ever since Disney released its first animated picture, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937, Disney has made an art of perfecting the antagonist role in animated movies....   [tags: Greed, Jealousy, Power]
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Disney's Merger with Marvel Comics: Will Marvel Suffer from this Merge? - “Disney Bought Marvel!” a headline on the financial page of the Nashua Telegraph screams. Disney, although renowned for bringing wondrous stories to light, won’t do as good a job as some people seem to think. Most people believe that Disney is a blessing for Marvel Comics, but they are sadly mistaken. Since the Fifties, Marvel Comics has built an amazing comic and graphic novel company from the ground up. Unfortunately, Disney has taken what many people have come to know and love and changed it into something different....   [tags: movies]
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Research and Analysis on Walt Disney´s Film: Song of the South - Walt Disney’s Song of the South (Jackson & Foster, 1946) is probably one of the least known films from the wildly successful company. The film tells the story of Uncle Remus—an African-American former slave—who tells the stories of Br’er Rabbit and his friends to children, some of which are white. The film is separated into segments which include live action, animation and a blend of both. The films animated sequences included catchy songs such as “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah and Everybody’s Got a Laughin’ Place” which accompanied the lessons that were taught, which are still popular and in use by the company today....   [tags: Racism, Advertisement] 2466 words
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Behind the Curtain Hero of America in World War II: The Walt Disney Company - The Walt Disney Company, a prominent contemporary entertainment company, served an important role in United States' 1940s history. Its effort on the world-wide war with Germany and American's livelihood at the wartime could not be ignored. The impact of Disney company through propaganda cartoons, posters, and films were influential to the United States, both front line and home front, during World War II. Wartime propaganda cartoon produced by Disney compared lives of U.S. and that of the German during World War II....   [tags: history, propaganda]
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Walt Disney, a Brief Biography - ... Pooling their resources, they borrowed an additional $500 and constructed a camera stand in their uncle’s garage. Soon, they received an order from New York for the first “Alice Comedy” short, and the brothers began their production operation in the rear of a Hollywood real estate office two blocks away.” (D23) This was the true beginning of Walt’s success. It was not in any way glamorous nor ideal. It required a strong determination to become the best at his work. In the Disney song “When You Wish Upon a Star” it says, “If your heart is in your dream, no request is too extreme.” Disney definitely had his entire heart set into his dream....   [tags: dream makers, successful entrepreneurs]
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The Life of Walt Disney - Walt Disney’s father, Elias was born in 1859 in Canada. His parents were from Ireland. He was the oldest of eleven children. Elias loved moving from place to place and had many different jobs. He lived in Canada, Kansas, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, and Missouri. This was the age before cars, so people had horses and buggies. It was not usual for people to travel more than 100 miles, but Elias loved traveling and living in different states. He worked as a farmer, hotel owner, machinist, carpenter, mail carrier, and soldier....   [tags: Childhood, Achievements, Leadership]
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Disney's Approach to Cultural Difference - Disney’s approach to cultural difference is deeply rooted in its need to appeal to an American audience. The film Mulan (1998), while celebrated for its vast improvement of stereotypical depictions of other cultures, is not different in its paternalistic approach to Chinese culture. Mulan contains orientalism which is depicted through the stereotypical depictions of both the Chinese and the Huns, the view of Chinese traditions and cultural norms as restrictive to Mulan, and the constant bombardment of American culture within the film all of which is to better appeal to an American audience....   [tags: film mulan, orientalism, chinese]
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Princess Culture in Disney Movies - What princess culture does is put our little girls in a box and give then a “narrow view of womanhood” (Dionne). They are all expected to dream of princes, wear frilly pink night gowns, and have multiple plastic tiaras, which do not symbolize power for these girls like a crown does—it’s delicate and pretty. Girls are told that they should be pretty and polite. When girls don’t fit in this box the they are suddenly “quirky” or “outspoken”. These labels aren’t exactly positive, so girls often stay in the box as long as possible to avoid being different....   [tags: hetero-normative characters, virtue and innocence]
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Copyright Laws Protect the Owner from Loss of Profit - Copyright laws are designed to protect the intellectual ownership of the author or creator of artistic works. Originally, copyright protected the writer or author of a specific work from other people or any company from collecting credit or money for the original publishers work. However, today copyright law is more often used to protect the rights of corporations from losing profit, if someone else creates a similar product or posts the original product online for the public to view without having to pay the copyright holder....   [tags: disney, star wars, suing]
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The Life of Walt Disney - Walt was running around frantically from one attraction to another. Everything that could have gone wrong did. The restrooms were backed up, the parking lot was overflowing. Nothing in Tomorrow Land was operating, TV microphones were dying. The opening day of Disneyland had been a disaster. Afterward, Walt always referred to July 17 1955, as Black Sunday. But he didn’t let that stop him. Walt continued to work hard. His creativity, confidence, and loving nature turned him into one of the most successful men in entertainment....   [tags: film industry, biography]
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Case Study: John Lasseter´s Career -   CASE STUDY What child does not grow up to want to be a part of Disney in one way or another. Walt Disney Company opened its doors in 1923. In 1937 the very first fully animated cartoon was released, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”. Disney Studios became an inspiration for many cartoonists, but none more than, John Lasseter. Lasseter dreamed of becoming part of the Walt Disney Company family. As a child he watched the 1963 film, “The Sword and the Stone”, and told his mother he wanted to draw for Disney....   [tags: Disney, Cartoonist, Pixar]
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Back in the roaring twenties America was seeing such world-changing phenomenons such as The Great Gatsby, and penicillin, but what took the world by surprise was none other than Walt Disney and his lovable creation, Mickey Mouse. Walt Disney, throughout his entire lifetime and career, always had an idea, a spark, and a way to make things better. Even in the face of tough times, he never failed to keep his optimistic attitude and kind faith in humanity from infecting those around him. A major part of his success was due to the technological innovations that revolutionized the film industry....   [tags: roaing twenties, walt disney]
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Technological Innovations in Animated Film - In the examination of the technological innovations, themed plotlines, and evolving characterizations throughout the near-century of Disney history, one fact becomes inherently apparent: the Disney franchise and its productions have both impacted and been impacted by the circumstances during different cultural eras of American history. Whether it be the incorporation of multiracial princesses in films such as Mulan (1998) and The Princess and the Frog (2009) in the past half century’s age of improved racial relations; the evident austere transformation in the character of Mickey Mouse throughout the Depression days; or the incorporation of wartime propaganda in Donald Duck shorts1, the Disne...   [tags: Disney versus Anime] 1981 words
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Fairy Tales Influence My Writing - I grew up on fairy tales. I was told stories, poems, shown movies and sung lullabies. Fairy tales have been a big part of my life so far, and I hope that they will continue in this way. Fairy tales come in different forms. Some are nursery rhymes, others are ballads, and still others are scary stories that make children – and some adults for that matter – quiver in fear. As a child I was brought up on the good kind of fairy tales, the ones that despite having a villain, the hero always won. The fairy tales that had musicals and happy, picturesque scenes of animation....   [tags: brothers grimm, disney, shakespeare] 770 words
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Media and the Antifeminist Agenda - ... Merida’s coming of age brings forth the inevitable adult duties that she must assume as a woman. Through the context of the film, marriage is a tradition, intended to keep the peace among clans with a history of warfare, and therefore its Merida’s duty to maintain amity among these groups; a theme that is not at all to different from modern day society, were marriage is used as means to build bridges or insure economic/financial stability. “A princess doesn’t raise her voice; she is cautious, clean” and above all, strives for perfection.” (Brave....   [tags: media, cinemias, pixar, disney] 813 words
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Disney's Global Struggles - The Walt Disney Organization has many different business units. For example the company produces movies, television shows, a television network and music. It also has merchandise to support the movies, music, and tv shows. Another entertainment sector of the business is the cruise lines, adventure travel and amusement parks. The amusement parks are located in Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong and two locations in the United States, Florida and California. We will discuss the park history and some of the challenges and accomplishments that Disney has faced expanding its parks globally....   [tags: Business Analysis ]
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Disney’s Pocahontas: Selling Lies as the Truth - "Instead of progress in depicting Native Americans, this film takes a step backwards – a very dangerous step because it is so carefully glossed as 'authentic' and 'respectful.' " – Jacquelyn Kilpatrick [1] Disney’s first attempt to relay the Pocahontas story was filled with blatant falsities. The producers, who claimed to eradicate politically incorrect statements found in past films with the highly anticipated 1995 Pocahontas, found themselves at the center of criticisms from many vocal activist groups....   [tags: Movie Film Essays]
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An Analysis of the Film Trailer for Disney’s Incredible’s - An Analysis of the Film Trailer for Disney’s Incredible’s Film trailers are important because they whet the audience’s appetite and encourage people to watch the film by giving them an insight into it. In this essay I will analyse the film trailer for Disney’s ‘The Incredibles’ and comment upon how it appeals to the target audience. Teaser trailers are effective because they whet the audience’s appetite and introduce us to some of the characters; they also give us an idea of the genre and keep the audience in suspense....   [tags: Papers] 497 words
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Dreams Made Real by Walt Disney - “A dream is a wish your heart makes” (Walt Disney). These immortal words were spoken by none other than the one and only Walter Elias Disney. Better known as Walt Disney, he’s one of the most successful dreamers of all time as proved by his worldwide company. He’s the perfect example of dreams leading to success, made evident by the current size of his company with 5 resorts worldwide and almost 60 years of amazing unbeatable hospitality and service. The three most predominate things that led to his success were his love of the job, his perseverance against all odds and his genuine passion for bringing joy to everyone in the world especially children and families....   [tags: mickey mouse, animation, perserverance] 627 words
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Parents: Realizations Revealed on Disney Movies - Adults today reminisce about their childhoods and picture images and characters from their favorite childhood movies. The majority of these childhood characters come from a Disney movie. Society has accepted that children who watch Disney movies will have a happy childhood on the whole. Looking closer at the animated Disney movies, however, one is able to see minor insertions that could be the cause of the behaviors of children as adults. Although children worldwide grew up watching Disney movies, one could argue that they are subtly inappropriate for their age....   [tags: Parenting, Media]
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Beauty and Behavioral Standards and Disney Programs - When discussing the definition of beauty in today’s society, thin, fair-skinned, and long-haired are all words that are agreeably in the top five adjectives used. These standards of beauty tend to be engraved in brains of children, teens, adults, Americans, Asians, Europeans, men, women, and etc. all day every day. These ideals are portrayed through television commercials, billboards, newspaper ads and all other forms of media, such as Disney channel programs. Behavioral norms are also a major topic depicted in Disney channel programs; these programs depict that certain races, social classes and genders behave in certain ways, some which are sometimes stereotypical....   [tags: social issues, beauty]
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Animation Throughout Time - How has Animation Changed Since its Beginnings. When people hear the word 'Animation' the first thing that may come to mind would be cartoon. Although this is partially the correct answer, what many people don't realize is that without animation's history many things we take for granted today would not exist. A lot of the inventions and innovations in the industry of animation would have prevented the film, gaming and even the computer industry to almost being non-existent. The story of animation is far from their famous kid-friendly fairy tales and colorful worlds....   [tags: Motion Pictures, Disney]
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Teaching Children How to Discriminate - Teaching Children How to Discriminate Rosina Lippi-Green's article "Teaching Children How to Discriminate - What We Learn From The Big Bad Wolf" (1997) examines the discrimination and stereotypes toward different race, ethnicity, gender, religion, nationality and region that Disney presents in their animated films. Lippi-Green also points out the use or misuse of foreign accents in films, television and the entertainment industry as a whole. Such animated films are viewed mainly by children. Lippi-Green makes a central argument in which she says that children are taught to discriminate through the portrayal of the different accented characters in Disney films....   [tags: Papers Disney Discrimination] 667 words
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The Little Mermaid Deconstructed - Introduction The text I will be deconstructing is the Walt Disney Feature Animation film The Little Mermaid released in 1989. The film was directed by Ron Clements and produced by John Musker. The Little Mermaid (1989) is the story of a young mermaid who gives up her voice in order to become human and find her one true love Prince Eric. I find the film to be incredibly significant, not only in its portrayal of feminine roles, the human body, and the willingness to sacrifice for true love, but in the film's vast audience and popularity....   [tags: Disney, feminism, humanity, true love]
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The History of Pixlar and How Animation Films Came to Be - Many are familiar with the image of a little lamp hoping across the screen and stomping over the “i” of Pixar in the beginning and end of every one of their films. This little lamp is named Luxo Jr. and is both the star and name of Pixar’s first ever animated short film. It features Luxo Jr. playing with the famous Pixar ball, yellow with a blue stripe and red star, as Luxo Sr. observes nearby. In Luxo Jr.’s over excitement and constant jumping, it accidentally deflates the ball. Disappointed but not for long, it finds a larger ball to play with as Luxo Sr....   [tags: animation, film, computer] 2262 words
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Comparing the Ways in Which Women are Presented in Disney's Sleeping Beauty and Mulan - Comparing the Ways in Which Women are Presented in Disney's Sleeping Beauty and Mulan Mulan is a family film, animation, fantasy, adventure, comedy, and musical. It tells the story of a young Chinese girl who decides to take her fathers place who, is ill and defends her country. Only men can go into battle but she disguises herself as her father. The tagline is: “The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all.” Sleeping Beauty is a Fairytale, family film, musical, animation and romance....   [tags: Papers] 430 words
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From Delicate Damsels to Strong Self-Starters - ... “Ariel . . . stood out amongst the carbon-copy princesses thanks to a head of red hair and a feisty attitude, but unlike her predecessors she went after a prince instead of waiting for him to save her” (Salt, 1). Disney’s next princess, Belle, from “Beauty and the Beast”, released in 1991, shares many qualities with Ariel. A powerful man, Gaston, always tries to win over Belle’s love. However, Belle holds her own strong opinions and refuses to let another individual force her to do something, as an earlier princess would....   [tags: Walt Disney, image, princesses, idols, role models]
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Kung Fu Panda: A Review - Is Kung Fu Panda a definite winner. Well, I’m afraid not for its core ideas - they aren’t exactly a breathe of fresh air on the American “Family Movie” scene. But purely for incredible animation and good, simple FUN, Kung Fu Panda is most certainly in the Top 1. Yet, even with a star- studded cast (Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan) and stunning animation, I’m not quite sure it lives up to the hype…. For a start, the basic plot of this movie is pretty much the same as every other family film to be released this decade; the unlikely hero, believe in yourself, follow your dreams, etc, etc....   [tags: Movies, Films, Film Analysis] 772 words
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Disney Analysis - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Growth in the theme park industry is a challenge in today's market. Theme parks will not grow if they don't diversify their resources. The Walt Disney Corporation is a nation wide multi-varied entertainment company which is a household name to millions of people throughout North America. Michael Eisner who is Disney's chairman and chief executive officer knows that his company will have to diversify in order to meet his targeted growth rate of 20%. Eisner wants to follow one of Walt Disney's famous quotes which is "We cannot hit a homerun with the bases loaded every time we go to the plate....   [tags: Business Strategy Analysis] 1343 words
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Walt Disney - Walt Disney has changed the lives of billions of people around the world. He turned his dreams into reality with the help of his many followers, this showed his true leadership. Walt had the ability to share his visions and dreams with others and persuade them to believe in him and his ideas. To open up his own business and start making cartoons Walt had to take many risks. He had to take an even bigger risk borrowing millions of dollars to open Disneyland. It took great leadership skill to build up the Disney Empire and make it such a success....   [tags: essays research papers] 725 words
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Walt Disney - Disney Productions is one of the leading entertainment businesses, bringing tremendous profits not to mention the joy it brings many people. It has not always been this easy for Disney however. It took the mind of one man to bring it to what it is today, and that’s mans name is Walt Disney. Walt Disney’s life was devoted to the arts and entertainment almost from birth. However, Walt’s fortunes and fame didn’t take form until his creation of Mickey Mouse. Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901 and was the fourth child of Elias and Flora Disney....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Creation of Disneyland - The Creation of Disneyland Walt Disney: The Early Years Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901. He was the fourth of five children born to Elias and Flora Disney. Elias was a fairly unsuccessful businessman, who moved the family from city to city in search of financial success. When Walt was four, they moved from their home in Chicago to a farm in Marceline, Missouri. Walt's time in Marceline provided him with the vision for Main Street USA (Francavigilia, 1981). His frequent associations with animals would also become evident in his later cartoons (Bryman, 4)....   [tags: Walt Disney 1950s]
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Disney's Fantasia - Fantasia is remarkably crafted masterpiece and is one of the most unique videos in Disney History. The intense music and intriguing animation makes this film extremely interesting. The movements of the characters are fascinatingly coordinated with the sounds of the music. As you watch the film, every act is put together to perfection. The imaginable variety of animation and mysterious music is boldly noticeable. The scenes in this film can be analyzed in many different ways according to your imagination....   [tags: Movies Film] 913 words
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John Smith And Pocahontas: A Disney Romance - It can be easily assumed that almost everyone has heard the tale of the American Indian princess, Pocahontas – the narrative of a mysterious young girl who rescues an English explorer from death only to fall in love and win his affections in return. It is one that is quite popular and has even been developed into an animated movie by Walt Disney Pictures. Regardless of which version they may have heard, most people are familiar with the legend now thanks in part to Disney. However, what they are not familiar with, are the facts....   [tags: essays research papers] 985 words
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Commentary on Mary Finucane´s Article: The Disney Princess Effect - Little girls or little women, the Disney Princess effect, Author Mary Finucane started to notice her three year old daughter stopped being a child, she no longer cared about running, playing, she only cared to dress up and was “waiting for her prince”. Finucane argues that due to the media little girls are growing up to fast. She uses logos, pathos, and ethos to illustrate the deterioration of youth in little girls today. This topic explores the incline of influences towards young girls by the media on how they perceive the modern “Hot Look”....   [tags: Sexualization, Girls, Media] 837 words
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The Beloved Children's Storybook, Winnie the Pooh by Alan Alexander Milne - ... This essay is interested on the following question: What are the characteristics in the book and film that make Winnie the Pooh such an enduring and successful character. Pooh having to be such appealing character is by no accident. The book Winnie the Pooh and Disney’s film adaptation together make an effort to attract the world’s attention. The story by Milne and the lively pictures by Edward Shepard, the illustrator inspired Disney’s adaptation; characteristics in the book and film coincide with each other to make such successful creation....   [tags: animation, disney, bear]
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The Presentation of Heroes and Villains in Shrek by DreamWorks and Other Traditional Fairytales in Walt Disney Stables - The Presentation of Heroes and Villains in Shrek by DreamWorks and Other Traditional Fairytales in Walt Disney Stables DreamWorks's 'Shrek' is the award winning animated film from 2001, known to be the modern day fairytale with its informal language and alternative storyline. Shrek is very much the opposite of what we know to be traditional fairytales, tales that send out heart-felt warmth and feed the imagination. These tales of fantasy have been known throughout many generations and with the experience of Shrek we may be introducing a whole new interpretation of fairytales....   [tags: Papers] 1552 words
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Musicals in the Splendid Theater or in the Technological Movies - ... Second, the spectators have to go where the spectacles are set up, which makes the live presentation easier to decrease in numbers. Last, almost everyone in the world, which the person just need to purchase an inferior price to get to the movie theater, can access the musical films. The facility of watching by a cinema makes the people migrate from the old way of watching to a new and technological one. The production of a musical is hard work for both, but it is different for each other. To captivate the audience, of course, the scenery must be the most perfect as possible....   [tags: disney movies, broadway]
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Frozen, The Tale of Anne - In the past all of Disney’s Princess movies tend to follow a similar plot line. It was always the same formula, the princess falls in love with the first man she meets and relies on him for comfort and guidance as they go off to live happily ever after. This formula has worked commercially and financially for Disney with movies like, Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (1937), Cinderella (1950), Sleeping Beauty (1959), The Little Mermaid (1989), Aladdin (1992), and Pocahontas (1995). While these movies have turned Disney a huge profit they have never given young girls a strong, independent role model to look up to....   [tags: disney movies, princess, love] 1789 words
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Analysis of Pinocchio and Toy Story - Analysis of Pinocchio and Toy Story Recently I have been watching two Disney films on completely different sides of the Disney timeline. “Pinocchio” was made in 1940 using cell animation with the story taken from an existing folk tale. “Toy Story” was made in 1995 and it was the first computer generated feature film. This created a whole new genre of computer-animated films such as “Finding Nemo” and the recent “Incredibles”. Both of these films use a toy as the main character and as always they both fit into the conventions of any Disney film....   [tags: Disney Film Movie Compare Contrast Essays] 737 words
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A Comparison of the Animated Films Shrek and Snow White - A Comparison of the Animated Films Shrek and Snow White 1937. Two years before the start of World War Two. Technology wasn't even starting to advance when they made the first animated feature film, Snow White. It cost 1.4 million dollars which today is a lot of money. The film was made by a company called "Disney" and it took over 750 artists to work on it. It was developed and made on single cell animation drawn by hand and traced onto an acetate or celluloid. Each shot moves at 24 frames per second, over a million drawings were needed....   [tags: Papers] 1155 words
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Common Sense and Conflict - Common Sense and Conflict Michael Eisner is an American entertainment executive, whose leadership in the 1980s and 1990s revitalized the Walt Disney Company. Born in New York City, Eisner was educated at Denison University, where he studied literature and theater. After graduating in 1964, he worked for six weeks as a clerk at NBC and then briefly in the programming department at CBS. His career crystallized at ABC, which he joined as a programming assistant in 1966 and where he spent the next ten years, ultimately becoming senior vice president of prime-time production and development....   [tags: Walt Disney Company Michael Eisner Essays] 1338 words
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The Princess Process - The Princess Process The realistic life that a little girl has in her future is for her not be compared to the fantasy of being a princess. Most little girls dream of being a character from the Disney princesses which they can be identified by. Being either beautiful or heroic or is it the fairytale that catches there attention. In the other hand little girls try to identify everything perfect and pink like cotton candy. Then throughout their growth they start looking for more attractive manners to become women....   [tags: fantasy, Disney Princess, little girls]
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Lindsay Lohan - Over the years, the name Lindsay Lohan has become synonymous with the description “troubled young starlet.” She was first recognized as a budding young actress with promising potential, after the release of her first feature film The Parent Trap. She was only eleven years old in the Disney remake but she turned a lot of people’s heads. From 2002 to 2006, Lindsay stared in a number of films like Freaky Friday, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Mean Girls, Herbie: Fully Loaded, and Just my Luck....   [tags: Films, Teenage Drama Queen] 1366 words
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Representations of Native Americans in Disney Productions from Peter Pan to Pocahontas - Historically the treatment of Native Americans has been highly problematic, especially throughout the colonization of the New World. Although, when colonising some Europeans took a merciful and sympathetic approach to the Native Americans, generally the treatment towards the indigenous people was not humane. Not only did the Native Americans die at the hand of the settlers, they also died from diseases that had been brought to the new world by explorers for which they had no immunity. In some cases diseases such as smallpox wiped out entire tribes....   [tags: indian removal act, colonialism] 2828 words
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Behind the Magic: Who is Behind the Magic of Disney? - Many people know about or have heard about a magical place called Disney World. Children dream about this wonderful world filled with their favorite movie characters and dream of going to meet them in person. Disney World is a place where kids can be kids, and adults can feel like kids again. What people do not think about most often, when they think about this magical place, is the people behind the magic, or the person who made the dream alive for us to experience. Before there was the idea of Disney World, there was Disneyland....   [tags: Disney, ] 556 words
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The Walt Disney Company Analysis - “The Walt Disney Company is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with five business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive media.” (The walt disney, n.d.) At year end of 2013, the company had net revenues of $45 billion, up from $42.3 billion the previous year and net income of $6.1 billion, up from $5.7 billion the previous year. ("Walt disney co," 2014) Enterprise Risk Management Risk management is a way for firms to grow and create value....   [tags: bob iger, disney parks, walt disney world]
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