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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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    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 company

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    Muddy Waters Biography

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    When I was younger I would travel down to Jackson, Mississippi for the entire summer to visit my grandparents. There I would play with my cousin day in and day out just in the mud. We would make mud pies and pretend that we had a mud café that was the best in town, or sometimes we would be hairstylists and do each other’s hair with mud. Even though it was a pain to clean up I enjoyed it. Playing in the mud is something that I had in common with the artist Muddy Waters. Born McKinley Morganfield on

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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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    Sport Enhancing Drugs

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    Posnanski (2010) for Sports Illustrated, in an his article called “Cheating And Cheating”(p.553) talks about William Mays one of the greats baseball players of all times. Whether it’s from running faster than a opponent or even out strengthening them. Willie Mays is one of... ... middle of paper ... ...which contributes to the synthesis of the energy carrier molecule ATP during exercise” (p. 2). Athletes need protein or a supplement that will help them progress and gain muscle mass. If performing

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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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    The Dark Side of Disney

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    When you first meet someone, what are the first things that you notice? Sex? Race? Or maybe the brands of clothing that indicate social status? Human beings as a society judge and categorize others, labeling those who stray from social norm as weird or strange. Who are we to make these judgments and where did these ideas of right and wrong come from? The Walt Disney Company plays an important role in depicting who and what people should and shouldn’t be. Every aspect of Disney, including movies

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    Disney

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    Colin Wells Sherry Minkowski Government 12 26 March 2000 Disney’s Influence on American Culture How does one begin to describe a king? As generations change, society calls for new leaders and kings, that will continue to push the boundaries. Steven Watts describes it as: Hollywood’s leading fantasy factory… (187) Disney is much more prominent in society, its impact now lives in every household, as well as a place in everyone’s soul. Behind it all is a thriving business that will out live most humans

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    James Abbott McNeil Whistler was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on July 17, 1834. Although American born, Whistler spent most of his childhood in St. Petersburg, Russia as his father was a civil engineer. “The young Whistler was prone to moody spells and fits of temper, and his mother noticed the only thing that would calm him was drawing” (Visualartscork.com). Because he showed great interest, at age 11 his mother enrolled him into the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg. According to

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    The life of Wayne Thiebaud By Jenna Zehms Wayne Thiebaud (T-bou) was rejected multiple times as an artist. But finally he met Robert Mallary, a spectacular lawyer\Artist. Mallary helped Wayne get his art into museums and shows. It wasn’t before long that Wayne became a famous artist for drawing food. * * * * * * Morton Wayne Thiebaud was born on November 15, 1920 in Mesa, Arizona to his lovely parents Alice Lebaron and Morton Thiebaud. Morton Wayne Thiebaud

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    Chuck Berry

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    Chuck Berry is one of the founders of rock and roll. He is the only one living today. He has performed for millions of people with his famous “Duck Walk.” He still has what Corliss & Bland describe as a slim, toned body, wavy hair drenched in Valvoline oil, and a sharply cut masculine chin and cheeks etched with pain and promise. Even today he only wants a Lincoln Town Car, his Fender Bassman amp, and his guitar. Chuck Berry has had for decades one of the shortest and most ironclad contracts in the

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    “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” Walt Disney’s life wasn’t based around just animated movies and the creation of the company Walt Disney Studios; he tried to make the world a better place by creating a fantasy that people could escape the reality and access the children within themselves. Before he began his life as an entrepreneur and producer, Walt Disney dedicated his life to helping others when he joined the Red Cross, at age sixteen, and was deployed to

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    “As soon as he could hold a pencil, he was taught to draw shapes such as circles, squares and triangles.” (Frank Lloyd Raintree Biographies 2003). Frank Lloyd Wright believed in many things. Some of those things are culture, history, the “streamlined” idea, and believing in yourself as a person. Wright’s houses are his whole life meshed into one structure. Frank Lloyd Wright was born on June 8, 1867 in Richland Center, Wisconsin. He was the son of William Russell Cary Wright, a musician and

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    James Rosenquist was born November 29 in Grand Forks, North Dakota. In junior high James won a scholarship that allowed him to attend Minneapolis School of Art at the Minneapolis Art Institute. James studied at the University of Minnesota alongside artist, Cameron Booth and at the Art Institute of Chicago. He left for New York after receiving a scholarship to the Art Students League, where he studied with artists including Morris Kantor, George Grosz, and Edwin Dickinson. The education gained from

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    Toby Keith: Unleashed

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    Toby Keith: Unleashed At this point in time, music is among the hardest businesses to achieve success in. The music industry and fans are looking for more than just talent and energy. They want someone who they can respect. Toby Keith fulfilled these expectations when he entered the music world. His huge success depended not only on his talent, but his boldness to speak his mind. Toby was born on July 8th, 1961 in Clinton, Oklahoma. Although most of his childhood and high school years

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    Comparing Two Biographies of the Genius Oscar Wilde If someone had told Oscar Wilde during his life that for the next hundred years, people would still be taking the time to write about his life and accomplishments, he probably would have wittily declared it impossible for anyone to try to admire him as much as he admired himself.  However, two of his biographers, Frank Harris and Barbara Belford, have done just that.  Harris, in 1916, sixteen years after Wilde's death, published his biography

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    1. 1.1 • Joseph Barbera - Tom and jerry, Scooby doo • Walt Disney - Mickey mouse, Peter pan • Matt Groening - The Simpsons, Space ghosts coast to coast 1.2 Tom and Jerry, two of the most famous cartoon characters in motion pictures, were created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for Metro Goldwyn Mayer. Their plot centered an endless battle, in other words, a chase between a housecat and a brown mouse. The Hanna -Barbera duo had written and directed 114 Tom and Jerry cartoons from 1940 to 1957

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    “Computers don’t create computer animation anymore than a pencil creates pencil animation. What creates computer animation is the artist.”-John Lasseter, brainyquote.com Lasseter was the type of person who believed animation was supported by the art and the technology, but it truly came from the artist and the story He lived by his quotes like these every day when he went to Pixar Studios to create his animations. John Lasseter created many of Pixar’s movies, used creating, imagining, and innovating

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    What comes to your mind when I say Walt Disney , some of you might think of classic cartoons & modern – day movie masterpieces . or maybe a grand theme park or a mass media holding company , all of these are accurate but what’s the story behind the Walt Disney company. as we all knew it started with a man called Walt Disney . - He was born in Chicago in 1901 - Walt was a pretty regular kid and one of five children . - during primary school he expressed an interest in drawing and would practice

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