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  • 03/24/2014 I didn't realize that I needed to look at my e-mails. I am delighted to be able to see and enjoy the slides. There are several sets of slides on Walt Disney, who certainly accomplished a great deal in his lifetime. He was nomination for an Oscar 54 times, and won an Oscar 26 times. He holds the record for the most Oscar. Walt Disney is a very example of someone who was not successful the first few tries but then was rewarded handsomely as he continued to persue his dream. It is consistenly, constantly, following one's dreams that leads to success. In one of Mike Dooley's e-mails (Notes from the Universe sent from TUT.com) 'When you move, I move. But not before you move...' God will more than willing to help us. However we have to take the first step. There is never a time when it seems perfect to pursue our dream. Another quote from 'Notes from the Universe': A mother duck doesn't wait until her ducklings are all lined up, she simply takes off and her babies follow her. Be willing to step forward and take a chance--the Universe (God) supports us when we do that. If we don't meet with instant success, that is all right. We learn more from our so-called 'mistakes' which are actually learning experiences. Peace. Joy. Love. Terry Blessing
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Walt Disney.

  1. 1. WALTER ELIAS DISNEYDecember 5, 1901Chicago, USAChildhood:• Interesting on drawingSchools:• The Benton Grammar School• Mckinley High School and the Chicago Art InstituteTalented:• Drawer• Cartoonist• Animator
  2. 2. • The Pesmen-Rubin Art Studio.• Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists.• The Kansas City Film Ad Company.• Laugh-O-Gram Studio.• Hollywood.He got married to Lillian Bounds.
  3. 3. Carthay Circle Theater on December 21, 1937.
  4. 4. In 1950, TreasureIsland became thestudio’s first all-live-action feature.
  5. 5. 1954 1957 1959
  6. 6. 1960 1960 1961
  7. 7. 1961
  8. 8. The studio’s firstdaily televisionshow MickeyMouse Clubpremiered in 1955.
  9. 9. During Disneys lifetime, the Nine Old Mencreated the successful:
  10. 10. During Disneys lifetime, the Nine Old Mencreated the successful:
  11. 11. Mary Poppins, released in 1964, was the mostsuccessful Disney film of the 1960s.
  12. 12. (1901 – 1966)
  13. 13. The Disney Entertainment Empire.
  14. 14. CarlArts: The California Institute Of The Arts.
  15. 15. The Walt Disney Family Museum.
  16. 16. Academy Awards. Walt Disney holds the records for the most number of Academy Award nominations (with fifty-nine) and number of awarded Oscars (twenty-two).