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    Walt Disney the Pioneer in Entertainment Film During a 43-year Hollywood career, which spanned the development of the motion picture medium as a modern American art, Walter Elias Disney was a pioneer and innovator, and the possessor of one of the most fertile imaginations the world has ever known. His creations set forth a foundation in the realm of animated entertainment through the use of modern applications and ingenious techniques. As an ambitious animator, Walt Disney began his career making

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    For this essay I choose to describe a animated person,that will be “Goofy”. Walt Disney has become a household name all over the world,but most people are not aware that Walt Disney's struggles before becoming well known all over.He became the most prominent and successful animators and film directors during the 1940’s. Walt Disney created characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto, Goofy, and Minnie Mouse. But my favorite character is Goofy. Goofy the character was created in 1932 at Walt

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    There is a plethora of excellent entrepreneurs in the world. One of the most successful and well-known is Walt Disney. Walter Elias “Walt” Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Hermosa, Illinois. He grew up on a farm in Marceline, Missouri, where his passion for drawing was born. As a child he drew, painted, and sold picture to the other children that he grew up with, neighbors, and family. In 1911, at the age of ten, Walt and his family moved to Kansas city. In Kansas, Walt learned to love trains

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    sound-on-film technology was first innovated, culminating in the famous release and subsequent popularity of The Jazz Singer in 1927. As expected, this technology was soon adapted to animation, most notably in Paul Terry's Dinner Time and Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie, both of which were released in 1928. These, and numerous other animated shorts that incorporated sound, were soon rendered as contemporary classics, but many still believed in and argued for the value and purity of silent animations, for they

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    Disney’s company started looking up and everything started to go right when Disney came out with two silent Mickey Mouse cartoons Plane Crazy and Gallop in’ Gaucho. Then Disney produced the third Mickey Mouse cartoon called Steamboat Willie, and sound was added to the film. Steamboat Willie was an immediate success and led to the studio’s rise in the animation market. In 1929 Disney produced cartoons featuring Mickey Mouse and his pals Donald Duck, Pluto, and Goofy. A year later in 1930 Walter renamed his

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    Walt Disney Do you know who the only person to win 22 academy awards is? Walt Disney is. He once said “That all our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” And that’s exactly what he did. Even though he got fired from his job because he wasn’t creative enough, he proved all of them wrong and has made a huge impact. Because Walt Disney has made a huge impact on the world, people should know about his early life, his cartoons, and how he rose to the top. Walt Disney was one

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    voices coming from cartoon characters. In the summer of 1928, the 26 year old Disney began searching for answers to those questions. Disney, Iwerks and fellow animators Wilfred Jackson and Johnny Cannon provided sound effects, voice, and music for steamboat Willie behind a bed sheet screen. Walt was developing short films with sound but he was thinking bigger and better he wanted to make a movie with music and sound

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    Legendary Animator

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    The 1920s was a time of happiness, fun, hope, and excitement. This was a time where people thought absolutely anything could happen. New inventions like the automobile and the radio were just coming out. And everyone was dancing merrily to the new form of music, called jazz. However, that was not the only form of entertainment during the Roaring Twenties, there was also, animation. Walt Disney was just one of the many legends that contributed too many people’s happiness through his entertainment

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    So I guess you all have heard about Walt Disney. The rides, the islands,the Place where dreams come true. So I will be talking to you about Walt Disney and the story behind it. Well it all started on December 5th, 1901 when Walt Disney was born.He is the creator of Mickey Mouse and founder of Walt Disney World. His father, Elias Disney, was an Irish-Canadian. His mother, Flora Call Disney, was a German-American. Walt was one of five children, four boys and a girl. Walt was born in Chicago,

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    Walt Disney was a man who has done many great things but he was also a racist and a sexist . Even though he did not like colored people and thought that men were better than women , he still accomplished a lot. In october 16 , 1923 he started his own company. in that company Walt Disney has made a various amounts of Legends characters and stories such as Mickey Mouse , Donald Duck, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. most of the stories Legends and characters still live on today in television and

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