• Walt found work as an apprentice in an
advertising agency, the Commercial
Pesman-Rubin Art Studio. With a salary of $
50...
• In the spring of 1926 the two brothers
changed the name of his company,
which was renamed Walt Disney
Studio
• Disney conceived during a trip by train
from Hollywood to New York to
Mortimer, a mouse later renamed with
the name of M...
• In October 1928, Walt was quick to
add sound to a third film of Mickey,
Willie in the steam boat (1928). Good
mimic of v...
• Disney believed it should not be
complacent or bored doing only
movies of the famous mouse, which in
1932 won him the fi...
• In 1934, when his study, 187 people,
was born Donald Duck, an irascible
character and wicked, who came to
join the dog P...
• Almost finished forties, Disney received
an interesting offer from Howard
Hughes: interest-free credit of one
million do...
• In 1954 began the making of films
specifically for television, part of his artistic
production more reviled by critics.
...
• Billionaire and twenty-nine Oscars
awarded in the sixties had become one
of the best known and loved around the
world, b...
• The "Wizard of Burbank 'had died
without seeing finished The Jungle
Book (1967), the second most
commercial film since t...
• This was the story of Walt
Disney, a man who once
said:
“Disneyland will never be
finished, continue to grow
as long as ...
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  1. 1. • Walt found work as an apprentice in an advertising agency, the Commercial Pesman-Rubin Art Studio. With a salary of $ 50 a month in that job she met Ubbe Iwerks, a young man of his age and exceptionally gifted in drawing, with whom he befriended. When the two are out of work set up their own company, Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists. The company lasted only a month since Walt chose to accept a secure job, but convinced his new bosses to hire Iwerks. In that work both learned the techniques, still very rudimentary, animation film.
  2. 2. • In the spring of 1926 the two brothers changed the name of his company, which was renamed Walt Disney Studio
  3. 3. • Disney conceived during a trip by train from Hollywood to New York to Mortimer, a mouse later renamed with the name of Mickey
  4. 4. • In October 1928, Walt was quick to add sound to a third film of Mickey, Willie in the steam boat (1928). Good mimic of voices and accents, Disney made the little mouse and his girlfriend, Minnie, talk to your own voice to cut costs. The film, released on November 18, 1928 at a theater in New York, scored a resounding success with audiences and critics.
  5. 5. • Disney believed it should not be complacent or bored doing only movies of the famous mouse, which in 1932 won him the first of the Oscar would receive during his career. A year later, on May 27, 1933, silly symphony premiered was number thirty-six and that was to have an unexpected success: The three little pigs.
  6. 6. • In 1934, when his study, 187 people, was born Donald Duck, an irascible character and wicked, who came to join the dog Pluto and Goofy.
  7. 7. • Almost finished forties, Disney received an interesting offer from Howard Hughes: interest-free credit of one million dollars in exchange for its aid in a field. With that money, Disney launched 18 new projects, including Cinderella (1950), Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Peter Pan (1953).
  8. 8. • In 1954 began the making of films specifically for television, part of his artistic production more reviled by critics. Reviews will also rain down years later with Mary Poppins (1964), his first feature film with real actors only. • Disney dreamed of building a huge amusement park based on its characters.
  9. 9. • Billionaire and twenty-nine Oscars awarded in the sixties had become one of the best known and loved around the world, but his health faltered, and his whole empire went into a struggle for succession. • Heavy smoker and alcohol enthusiast, died on December 15, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, a victim of lung cancer.
  10. 10. • The "Wizard of Burbank 'had died without seeing finished The Jungle Book (1967), the second most commercial film since the days of Disney Snow White. • After years without success Disney Studios are again the kings of the genre of animation with Beauty and the Beast (1991), Aladdin (1992) and The Lion King (1994)
  11. 11. • This was the story of Walt Disney, a man who once said: “Disneyland will never be finished, continue to grow as long as the imagination.”
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