Walt Disney Essay

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“You're never to old to wish upon a star,” said Walt Disney. Walter Elias Disney is a well known man. He constructed the famous Disney Land and Disney World theme parks/ resorts. Walt was born on December 5, 1901, in Chicago, Illinois, to his parents Elias and Flora Disney. He grew up and became a animator, cartoonist, producer, director, screenwriter, entrepreneur, and voice actor. Walt Disney once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it. Always remember that this whole thing was started with a dream and a mouse.” Walt Disney turned his dreams into reality by creating movies and cartoons that America will never forget. The story behind the Disney Land and Disney World theme parks is ordinary. But the impact the theme parks have had on America is extraordinary. One day, Walt Disney was sitting on a bench in an amusement park watching his daughters. As he looked around the park, he saw children having fun and laughing, but he also noticed that the adults had nothing to do. They were bored and anxious to go home. Walt Disney also noticed how filthy the park was. He started to dream of what his own theme park would be like. Walt Disney once said, "What this country really needs is an amusement park that families can take their children to. They've gotten so honky tonk with a lot of questionable characters running around, and they're not to safe. They're not well kept. I want to have a place that's as clean as anything could ever be, and all the people in it are first-class citizens, and treated like guests." During World War II, Walt Disney made many cartoons and movies. With characters such as Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Bambi, and a lot of others, Walt Disney made propaganda cartoons to tell Americans about Hitl... ... middle of paper ... ...mocracy. After hearing this story, Hans becomes fascinated with Hitler. Later in the film, Hans becomes very sick, almost to the point where he would need to go to a death camp. Under the care of his mother, Hans heals and continues his education, where all the students wear Hitlerjugend uniforms and learn about Hitler. Hans goes on and is part of a book-burning and many things like that. The movie was made to tell others of how children in Nazi Germany are molded into merciless soldiers The man, who helped raise so many spirits, died as a Congregationalist Christian on December 15, 1966, in Burbank, California from lung cancer. He was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. Thirty years before he died, Walt Disney invented the multiplane camera in 1936. He then went on to make thirty-one films by himself, starting with Snow White and th

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