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Walt Disney
Birthday: December 31, 1969

Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height: 5' 1"

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Walt Disney has become a 20th century icon of Americana. Like many mythic American figures, he had a humble beginning, an ambitious entrepreneurial spirit, and a passion for modern technology. Born in Chicago, he enrolled at the Kansas City Art Institute at age 14. Toward the end of World War I, when he was 16, Disney volunteered to drive ambulances in France. Upon his return home, he worked for a commercial art studio in Kansas City; there he teamed up with artist Ub Iwerks, who would become his lifelong business partner. Together, they moved to the Kansas City Film Ad Company to make animated commercials; this spawned their first brief business venture, Laugh-O-Grams, which sold satirical cartoons to a local theater. The success of these cartoons inspired Disney to create his own animation studio, where he independently produced such shorts as Puss and Boots (1922) and The Musicians of Bremen (1923). As the cartoons cost more to make than they earned, this first studio was not financially successful. In 1923, Disney (who, legend has it, had only 40 dollars to his name), his brother Roy, and Iwerks, went to Hollywood to begin producing the Alice in Cartoonland series of shorts that combined animation with live-action. In 1927, Disney and Iwerks created their first popular character, Oswald Rabbit. Unfortunately, a bitter dispute with the cartoon's distributor resulted in Disney losing the rights to Oswald. The distributor also hired away most of Disney's staff and produced more Oswald cartoons without him. Disney's next character was the beloved Mickey Mouse, whom he starred in two silent shorts, Plane Crazy and Gallopin' Gaucho. For his third Mickey cartoon, Steamboat Willie (1928), Disney used sound. The success of Willie led Disney to create the "Silly Symphony" series, in which the characters' antics were synchronized to prerecorded music. As most animators did it the other way around, this was an innovation. The best known of this series was The Three Little Pigs (1933), which contained the hit song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf." During the 1930s, many of Disney's other beloved characters began to appear, including Minnie Mouse, Pluto (originally called Dippy Dawg), Goofy, and Donald Duck. And as they developed, so did his use of technology. Disney began using two-strip color in 1931; by the mid-'30s, he was using three-strip Technicolor, and he had exclusive use of the process for three years. At his growing studio — which employed hundreds of people and included its own art school — the revolutionary multiplane camera was developed, which allowed for more fluid, realistic animated movements with greater perspective and depth. In 1934, Disney began working on his first feature-length animated film, a project he'd been dreaming of for years. No one in the industry supported his idea, believing that such extended exposure to animation would give the audience headaches. But Disney, driven to experiment further with his newfound technology, was not dissuaded; and, in 1937, he released Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a film that went on to gross nearly eight million dollars in its first release. Soon, other such features followed. Audiences liked them for many reasons: the animation was spectacular, the tunes were hummable, and the stories — ultra-sanitized versions of the originals — were reassuringly upbeat during the troubled war years. The one exception was Disney's technical masterpiece, Fantasia (1940). Though it didn't initially do well, subsequent, more sophisticated audiences have come love it. During World War II, the Disney studios also churned out propaganda films for the government; the best known was the documentary Victory Through Air Power (1943). At one point during the early '40s, it looked as if all of Disney's dreams would disintegrate when most of his staff resigned over his authoritarianism and insistence upon absolute artistic control. Still, Disney continued turning out shorts and features, some of them, such as Song of the South (1946), combining live-action with animation. Beginning in the 1950s, Disney made live-action adaptations of classics and pseudo-documentaries, which, like his fictional features, presented a sanitized, anthropomorphic version of nature. Wanting complete control over his empire, he formed Buena Vista Distribution Company for his films. And, in 1954, he launched his long-running television anthology, Walt Disney, which was broadcast in various incarnations for 30 years and consisted of animated shorts, live-action serials, and movies. In 1955, he opened Disneyland, his 160-acre fantasy-theme park in Anaheim, CA, which eventually spawned the massive Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL, a Disneyland in Japan, and Euro Disney in France. During his heyday, Disney was awarded 29 Oscars for his films, and, by the 1960s, he had become the king of American entertainment. But many felt the quality of his work was in decline; the animation was not as rich, and he did not produce as many shorts. His live-action films, with a few notable exceptions — such as Mary Poppins (1965) — were also becoming routine, and had a hastily-made feel to them. Still, he remained a beloved figure. So when he died of acute circulatory collapse following the removal of a lung tumor on December 15, 1966, the world paused to mourn his passing. His legacy lives on in a whole new generation of Disney animated features, including The Little Mermaid (1989), Beauty and the Beast (1991), The Lion King (1994), and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996).

Movie Credits
I'm No Fool with Electricity (1970)
It's Tough to Be a Bird (1969)
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)
[ Clint Howard ][ John Fiedler ]
The Mystery of Edward Sims (1968)
[ Warren Oates ]
Blackbeard's Ghost (1968)
[ Peter Ustinov ]
Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar (1967)
The Jungle Book (1967)
[ Clint Howard ][ George Sanders ]
The Gnome-Mobile (1967)
[ Walter Brennan ][ Matthew Garber ]
The Happiest Millionaire (1967)
[ Fred MacMurray ][ Aron Kincaid ]
Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)
Monkeys, Go Home! (1967)
The Ugly Dachshund (1966)
[ Mako ]
Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)
[ Clint Howard ]
The Fighting Prince of Donegal (1966)
[ Donal McCann ]
Follow Me, Boys! (1966)
[ Kurt Russell ][ John Larroquette ][ Fred MacMurray ]
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (1966)
[ Dick Van Dyke ]
Ballerina (1966)
That Darn Cat! (1965)
[ Roddy McDowall ]
Goofy's Freeway Troubles (1965)
The Monkey's Uncle (1965)
Freewayphobia #1 (1965)
Those Calloways (1965)
[ Tom Skerritt ][ Brian Keith ][ Walter Brennan ]
The Legend of Young Dick Turpin (1965)
[ Leonard Whiting ]
Emil and the Detectives (1964)
The Tenderfoot (1964)
[ Brian Keith ][ James Whitmore ]
Mary Poppins (1964)
[ Dick Van Dyke ][ Matthew Garber ][ David Tomlinson ]
The Moon-Spinners (1964)
[ Eli Wallach ]
The Three Lives of Thomasina (1964)
[ Patrick McGoohan ][ Matthew Garber ]
The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh (1964)
[ Patrick McGoohan ]
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964)
Ballad of Hector, the Stowaway Dog (1964)
The Sword in the Stone (1963)
The Incredible Journey (1963)
The Waltz King (1963)
The Horse Without a Head (1963)
[ Herbert Lom ]
Summer Magic (1963)
[ Michael J. Pollard ]
Savage Sam (1963)
[ Slim Pickens ][ Brian Keith ]
Yellowstone Cubs (1963)
Miracle of the White Stallions (1963)
[ Edward Albert ][ Eddie Albert ][ Robert Taylor ]
Son of Flubber (1963)
[ Jack Albertson ][ Fred MacMurray ][ Paul Lynde ][ Keenan Wynn ][ Harvey Korman ]
Moon Pilot (1962)
[ Brian Keith ]
Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates (1962)
A Symposium on Popular Songs (1962)
The Mooncussers (1962)
The Legend of Lobo (1962)
Almost Angels (1962)
The Golden Horseshoe Revue (1962)
Big Red (1962)
Bon Voyage! (1962)
[ Fred MacMurray ][ Michael Callan ]
Aquamania (1961)
Babes in Toyland (1961)
[ Ray Bolger ]
The Magnificent Rebel (1961)
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog (1961)
Nikki, Wild Dog of the North (1961)
The Litterbug (1961)
Donald and the Wheel (1961)
The Absent Minded Professor (1961)
[ Fred MacMurray ][ Keenan Wynn ]
The Saga of Windwagon Smith (1961)
One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
[ Rod Taylor ]
Goliath II (1960)
Donald Duck and his Companions (1960)
Islands of the Sea (1960)
Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
[ John Mills ][ James MacArthur ]
Ten Who Dared (1960)
[ Brian Keith ][ Ben Johnson ]
Pollyanna (1960)
[ Karl Malden ][ Richard Egan ]
Kidnapped (1960)
[ Peter O'Toole ][ James MacArthur ]
Noah's Ark (1959)
Moochie of the Little League (1959)
How to Have an Accident at Work (1959)
Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959)
[ Sean Connery ]
Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
The Shaggy Dog (1959)
[ Jack Albertson ][ Fred MacMurray ][ Strother Martin ]
Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Mysteries of the Deep (1959)
The Light in the Forest (1958)
[ James MacArthur ]
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1958)
Grand Canyon (1958)
The Sign of Zorro (1958)
Our Friend the Atom (1958)
White Wilderness (1958)
Paul Bunyan (1958)
Old Yeller (1957)
[ Chuck Connors ]
Mars and Beyond (1957)
Disneyland: The Fourth Anniversary Show (1957)
Perri (1957)
The Truth About Mother Goose (1957)
The Story of Anyburg U.S.A. (1957)
Johnny Tremain (1957)
[ Dabbs Greer ]
Jack and Old Mac (1956)
How to Have an Accident in the Home (1956)
The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)
[ Slim Pickens ][ Jeffrey Hunter ][ Harry Carey Jr. ]
Hooked Bear (1956)
Chips Ahoy (1956)
You and Your Ears (1956)
I'm No Fool Having Fun (1956)
Samoa (1956)
I'm No Fool in Water (1956)
Westward Ho the Wagons! (1956)
[ George Reeves ]
Disneyland, U.S.A. (1956)
Along the Oregon Trail (1956)
A Cowboy Needs a Horse (1956)
Secrets of Life (1956)
I'm No Fool as a Pedestrian (1956)
In the Bag (1956)
Bearly Asleep (1955)
Dateline: Disneyland (1955)
Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Contrast in Rhythm (1955)
Lake Titicaca (1955)
Switzerland (1955)
No Hunting (1955)
You the Human Animal (1955)
I'm No Fool with Fire (1955)
The Story of the Animated Drawing (1955)
You and Your Food (1955)
The Wind in the Willows, The/Reluctant Dragon (1955)
You and Your Sense of Touch (1955)
Treasure Island: Part 2 (1955)
You and Your Senses of Smell and Taste (1955)
Treasure Island: Part 1 (1955)
You and Your Five Senses (1955)
I'm No Fool with a Bicycle (1955)
Up a Tree (1955)
Men Against the Arctic (1955)
Beezy Bear (1955)
Grand Canyonscope (1954)
Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet (1954)
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1954)
[ Buddy Ebsen ]
Siam (1954)
The Flying Squirrel (1954)
Social Lion (1954)
Once Upon a Wintertime (1954)
Grin and Bear It (1954)
Little Toot (1954)
Dragon Around (1954)
Casey Bats Again (1954)
Pigs Is Pigs (1954)
Two for the Record (1954)
The Lone Chipmunks (1954)
Stormy, the Thoroughbred (1954)
A Present for Donald (1954)
Donald's Diary (1954)
Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (1954)
[ Michael Gough ]
20000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)
[ Kirk Douglas ][ James Mason ][ Peter Lorre ][ Charles Grodin ]
Spare the Rod (1954)
For Whom the Bulls Toil (1953)
The Simple Things (1953)
How to Sleep (1953)
Father's Day Off (1953)
Canvas Back Duck (1953)
The Alaskan Eskimo (1953)
Working for Peanuts (1953)
Peter Pan (1953)
Ben and Me (1953)
Bear Country (1953)
Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom (1953)
Rugged Bear (1953)
Football Now and Then (1953)
The New Neighbor (1953)
The Sword and the Rose (1953)
[ Michael Gough ]
Prowlers of the Everglades (1953)
How to Dance (1953)
Father's Week-end (1953)
Don's Fountain of Youth (1953)
Melody (1953)
Susie the Little Blue Coupe (1952)
Two Gun Goofy (1952)
Let's Stick Together (1952)
Man's Best Friend (1952)
Hello Aloha (1952)
Donald Applecore (1952)
How to Be a Detective (1952)
Father's Lion (1952)
Water Birds (1952)
Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952)
Two Weeks Vacation (1952)
Trick or Treat (1952)
Pluto's Party (1952)
The Little House (1952)
Uncle Donald's Ants (1952)
Teachers Are People (1952)
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952)
Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Lucky Number (1951)
Tomorrow We Diet! (1951)
Plutopia (1951)
Cold War (1951)
Corn Chips (1951)
Home Made Home (1951)
Two Chips and a Miss (1951)
Bee on Guard (1951)
Dude Duck (1951)
No Smoking (1951)
Cold Storage (1951)
Out of Scale (1951)
Chicken in the Rough (1951)
Fathers Are People (1951)
Lion Down (1951)
Cold Turkey (1951)
Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1951)
Get Rich Quick (1951)
R'coon Dawg (1951)
How to Catch a Cold (1951)
Nature's Half Acre (1951)
Hold That Pose (1950)
Lion Around (1950)
Bee at the Beach (1950)
Pluto's Heart Throb (1950)
Camp Dog (1950)
Hook, Lion and Sinker (1950)
Food for Feudin' (1950)
Pests of the West (1950)
Treasure Island (1950)
Motor Mania (1950)
Puss Cafe (1950)
Test Pilot Donald (1950)
Primitive Pluto (1950)
Trailer Horn (1950)
Wonder Dog (1950)
Beaver Valley (1950)
The Brave Engineer (1950)
Out on a Limb (1950)
Cinderella (1950)
[ Mike Douglas ]
Morris the Midget Moose (1950)
Pluto and the Gopher (1950)
Pluto's Surprise Package (1949)
Donald's Happy Birthday (1949)
Toy Tinkers (1949)
Pueblo Pluto (1949)
Slide Donald Slide (1949)
Crazy Over Daisy (1949)
Sheep Dog (1949)
The Greener Yard (1949)
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
[ Bing Crosby ]
The Wind in the Willows (1949)
Goofy Gymnastics (1949)
All in a Nutshell (1949)
Tennis Racquet (1949)
Honey Harvester (1949)
Bubble Bee (1949)
Winter Storage (1949)
Pluto's Sweater (1949)
Sea Salts (1949)
Melody Time (1948)
Bumble Boogie (1948)
Trees (1948)
Donald's Dream Voice (1948)
Tea for Two Hundred (1948)
Bone Bandit (1948)
Seal Island (1948)
Daddy Duck (1948)
Mickey and the Seal (1948)
Blame It on the Samba (1948)
So Dear to My Heart (1948)
Drip Dippy Donald (1948)
Three for Breakfast (1948)
The Big Wash (1948)
Soup's On (1948)
They're Off (1948)
Pluto's Fledgling (1948)
Pecos Bill (1948)
Inferior Decorator (1948)
Cat Nap Pluto (1948)
The Trial of Donald Duck (1948)
Pluto's Purchase (1948)
Johnny Appleseed (1948)
Mickey and the Beanstalk (1947)
Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
Bongo (1947)
Wide Open Spaces (1947)
Bootle Beetle (1947)
Crazy with the Heat (1947)
Donald's Dilemma (1947)
Clown of the Jungle (1947)
Figaro and Frankie (1947)
Straight Shooters (1947)
Rescue Dog (1947)
Pluto's Blue Note (1947)
Mickey Down Under (1947)
Chip an' Dale (1947)
Pluto's Housewarming (1947)
Mail Dog (1947)
Foul Hunting (1947)
Mickey's Delayed Date (1947)
Bath Day (1946)
A Knight for a Day (1946)
Lighthouse Keeping (1946)
All the Cats Join In (1946)
Dumb Bell of the Yukon (1946)
After You've Gone (1946)
Willie the Operatic Whale (1946)
Blue Bayou (1946)
The Martins and the Coys (1946)
Johnnie Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet (1946)
Peter and the Wolf (1946)
Casey at the Bat (1946)
Wet Paint (1946)
The Purloined Pup (1946)
Donald's Double Trouble (1946)
Squatter's Rights (1946)
In Dutch (1946)
Double Dribble (1946)
Sleepy Time Donald (1946)
Song of the South (1946)
Make Mine Music (1946)
Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive (1946)
Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)
Dog Watch (1945)
The Clock Watcher (1945)
Tiger Trouble (1945)
The Flying Gauchito (1945)
Old Sequoia (1945)
The Cold-Blooded Penguin (1945)
Canine Patrol (1945)
Cured Duck (1945)
Hockey Homicide (1945)
No Sail (1945)
The Legend of Coyote Rock (1945)
Duck Pimples (1945)
Canine Casanova (1945)
Californy er Bust (1945)
Donald's Crime (1945)
African Diary (1945)
The Eyes Have It (1945)
How to Be a Sailor (1944)
The Pelican and the Snipe (1944)
The Three Caballeros (1944)
Donald's Off Day (1944)
First Aiders (1944)
How to Play Football (1944)
The Plastics Inventor (1944)
Springtime for Pluto (1944)
Commando Duck (1944)
Contrary Condor (1944)
Donald Duck and the Gorilla (1944)
How to Play Golf (1944)
Trombone Trouble (1944)
El Gaucho Goofy (1943)
Pedro (1943)
Chicken Little (1943)
British Torpedo Plane Tactics (1943)
Home Defense (1943)
The Old Army Game (1943)
Figaro and Cleo (1943)
Reason and Emotion (1943)
Victory Vehicles (1943)
Victory Through Air Power (1943)
Fall Out-Fall in (1943)
Private Pluto (1943)
The Flying Jalopy (1943)
Pluto and the Armadillo (1943)
Donald's Tire Trouble (1943)
Education for Death (1943)
The Spirit of '43 (1943)
The Sleepwalker (1942)
Donald's Garden (1942)
The Army Mascot (1942)
Bellboy Donald (1942)
Donald Gets Drafted (1942)
How to Fish (1942)
Donald's Snow Fight (1942)
Pluto at the Zoo (1942)
Symphony Hour (1942)
Sky Trooper (1942)
Pluto Junior (1942)
How to Swim (1942)
Mickey's Birthday Party (1942)
The Olympic Champ (1942)
The New Spirit (1942)
The Vanishing Private (1942)
The Village Smithy (1942)
How to Play Baseball (1942)
All Together (1942)
Saludos Amigos (1942)
Donald's Decision (1942)
T-Bone for Two (1942)
Aquarela do Brasil (1942)
Bambi (1942)
Food Will Win the War (1942)
Out of the Frying Pan Into the Firing Line (1942)
Der Fuehrer's Face (1942)
Donald's Gold Mine (1942)
7 Wise Dwarfs (1941)
Golden Eggs (1941)
Chef Donald (1941)
The Little Whirlwind (1941)
The Thrifty Pig (1941)
Pluto's Playmate (1941)
The Art of Skiing (1941)
Timber (1941)
Donald's Camera (1941)
Dumbo (1941)
Lend a Paw (1941)
Old MacDonald Duck (1941)
Orphans' Benefit (1941)
Truant Officer Donald (1941)
Early to Bed (1941)
The Nifty Nineties (1941)
Canine Caddy (1941)
A Good Time for a Dime (1941)
A Gentleman's Gentleman (1941)
The Art of Self Defense (1941)
Baggage Buster (1941)
Tugboat Mickey (1940)
Donald's Dog Laundry (1940)
The Riveter (1940)
Pinocchio (1940)
[ Mel Blanc ]
Pantry Pirate (1940)
Fire Chief (1940)
Goofy's Glider (1940)
Fantasia (1940)
[ Corey Burton ]
Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip (1940)
Window Cleaners (1940)
Pluto's Dream House (1940)
Donald's Vacation (1940)
Put-Put Troubles (1940)
Bone Trouble (1940)
Mr. Duck Steps Out (1940)
Billposters (1940)
Donald's Lucky Day (1939)
The Standard Parade (1939)
Officer Duck (1939)
The Autograph Hound (1939)
Donald's Penguin (1939)
The Pointer (1939)
Sea Scouts (1939)
Beach Picnic (1939)
Donald's Cousin Gus (1939)
The Hockey Champ (1939)
Ugly Duckling (1939)
Goofy and Wilbur (1939)
The Practical Pig (1939)
Society Dog Show (1939)
Moth and the Flame (1938)
Donald's Better Self (1938)
Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938)
Boat Builders (1938)
Merbabies (1938)
Self Control (1938)
Ferdinand the Bull (1938)
Donald's Golf Game (1938)
Farmyard Symphony (1938)
Brave Little Tailor (1938)
Mickey's Parrot (1938)
The Whalers (1938)
The Fox Hunt (1938)
Good Scouts (1938)
Polar Trappers (1938)
Wynken, Blynken & Nod (1938)
Mickey's Trailer (1938)
Donald's Nephews (1938)
Magician Mickey (1937)
Don Donald (1937)
The Worm Turns (1937)
Lonesome Ghosts (1937)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Donald's Ostrich (1937)
Pluto's Quin-puplets (1937)
The Old Mill (1937)
Clock Cleaners (1937)
Hawaiian Holiday (1937)
Modern Inventions (1937)
Little Hiawatha (1937)
Moose Hunters (1937)
Mickey's Amateurs (1937)
Woodland Café (1937)
Elmer Elephant (1936)
Mickey's Grand Opera (1936)
Orphans' Picnic (1936)
More Kittens (1936)
Mickey's Polo Team (1936)
Mother Pluto (1936)
The Country Cousin (1936)
Mickey's Elephant (1936)
Three Blind Mouseketeers (1936)
Donald and Pluto (1936)
Toby Tortoise Returns (1936)
Mickey's Circus (1936)
Alpine Climbers (1936)
Moving Day (1936)
Mickey's Rival (1936)
Thru the Mirror (1936)
Three Little Wolves (1936)
Mickey's Kangaroo (1935)
The Golden Touch (1935)
Mickey's Service Station (1935)
The Band Concert (1935)
Broken Toys (1935)
Mickey's Man Friday (1935)
Cock o' the Walk (1935)
Three Orphan Kittens (1935)
Music Land (1935)
On Ice (1935)
Pluto's Judgement Day (1935)
Mickey's Fire Brigade (1935)
Mickey's Garden (1935)
Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935)
The Cookie Carnival (1935)
Water Babies (1935)
The Robber Kitten (1935)
Funny Little Bunnies (1934)
Playful Pluto (1934)
Camping Out (1934)
The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934)
The China Shop (1934)
Two-Gun Mickey (1934)
Shanghaied (1934)
The Dognapper (1934)
The Tortoise and the Hare (1934)
The Goddess of Spring (1934)
Mickey Plays Papa (1934)
Peculiar Penguins (1934)
Orphan's Benefit (1934)
The Flying Mouse (1934)
Mickey's Steamroller (1934)
The Wise Little Hen (1934)
Gulliver Mickey (1934)
The Big Bad Wolf (1934)
Mickey's Mechanical Man (1933)
The Mail Pilot (1933)
Three Little Pigs (1933)
Father Noah's Ark (1933)
Ye Olden Days (1933)
Mickey's Mellerdrammer (1933)
Birds in the Spring (1933)
The Night Before Christmas (1933)
Mickey's Pal Pluto (1933)
Giantland (1933)
The Mad Doctor (1933)
The Pet Store (1933)
Building a Building (1933)
The Steeplechase (1933)
The Pied Piper (1933)
Puppy Love (1933)
Lullaby Land (1933)
Old King Cole (1933)
Mickey's Gala Premier (1933)
Touchdown Mickey (1932)
The Duck Hunt (1932)
Bugs in Love (1932)
The Bird Store (1932)
The Whoopee Party (1932)
King Neptune (1932)
Trader Mickey (1932)
Mickey's Nightmare (1932)
Just Dogs (1932)
Flowers and Trees (1932)
Mickey in Arabia (1932)
Musical Farmer (1932)
Mickey's Good Deed (1932)
The Bears and Bees (1932)
Santa's Workshop (1932)
Mickey's Revue (1932)
Babes in the Woods (1932)
Barnyard Olympics (1932)
Parade of the Award Nominees (1932)
The Mad Dog (1932)
The Klondike Kid (1932)
The Grocery Boy (1932)
The Wayward Canary (1932)
Oh, Teacher (1932)
The Delivery Boy (1931)
The China Plate (1931)
The Ugly Duckling (1931)
The Moose Hunt (1931)
Mickey's Orphans (1931)
Mother Goose Melodies (1931)
Mickey Cuts Up (1931)
The Castaway (1931)
The Fox Hunt (1931)
Traffic Troubles (1931)
The Beach Party (1931)
Birds of a Feather (1931)
The Barnyard Broadcast (1931)
The Birthday Party (1931)
The Spider and the Fly (1931)
The Clock Store (1931)
Fishin' Around (1931)
Egyptian Melodies (1931)
Blue Rhythm (1931)
The Cat's Out (1931)
The Busy Beavers (1931)
Mickey Steps Out (1931)
The Shindig (1930)
Midnight in a Toy Shop (1930)
The Fire Fighters (1930)
Arctic Antics (1930)
Frolicking Fish (1930)
The Cactus Kid (1930)
Just Mickey (1930)
Cannibal Capers (1930)
Playful Pan (1930)
The Barnyard Concert (1930)
Pioneer Days (1930)
Autumn (1930)
The Picnic (1930)
Summer (1930)
Winter (1930)
The Gorilla Mystery (1930)
The Chain Gang (1930)
Monkey Melodies (1930)
Night (1930)
Wild Waves (1929)
Haunted House (1929)
The Jazz Fool (1929)
Mickey's Follies (1929)
Mickey's Choo-Choo (1929)
The Karnival Kid (1929)
The Plowboy (1929)
The Barnyard Battle (1929)
When the Cat's Away (1929)
The Opry House (1929)
The Barn Dance (1929)
Jungle Rhythm (1929)
The Merry Dwarfs (1929)
Hell's Bells (1929)
Springtime (1929)
Terrible toreador, El (1929)
The Skeleton Dance (1929)
The Gallopin' Gaucho (1928)
Steamboat Willie (1928)
Plane Crazy (1928)
Alice the Beach Nut (1927)
Alice's Medicine Show (1927)
Alice in the Klondike (1927)
Alice's Channel Swim (1927)
Alice's Picnic (1927)
Alice's Knaughty Knight (1927)
Alice's Three Bad Eggs (1927)
Alice's Circus Daze (1927)
Alice's Auto Race (1927)
Alice in the Alps (1927)
Alice the Collegiate (1927)
Alice at the Rodeo (1927)
Alice at the Carnival (1927)
Alice Foils the Pirates (1927)
Alice the Golf Bug (1927)
Alice in the Big League (1927)
Alice's Brown Derby (1926)
Alice's Spanish Guitar (1926)
Alice Helps the Romance (1926)
Alice Cuts the Ice (1926)
Alice the Fire Fighter (1926)
Alice in Slumberland (1926)
Alice's Monkey Business (1926)
Alice Charms the Fish (1926)
Alice's Orphan (1926)
Alice's Balloon Race (1926)
Alice's Little Parade (1926)
Alice Rattled by Rats (1926)
Clara Cleans Her Teeth (1926)
Alice the Lumberjack (1926)
Alice's Tin Pony (1925)
Alice Wins the Derby (1925)
Alice Loses Out (1925)
Alice Solves the Puzzle (1925)
Alice Gets Stung (1925)
Alice the Toreador (1925)
Alice Cans the Cannibals (1925)
Alice Picks the Champ (1925)
Alice Plays Cupid (1925)
Alice Is Stage Struck (1925)
Alice the Piper (1924)
Alice and the Three Bears (1924)
Alice Hunting in Africa (1924)
Alice and the Dog Catcher (1924)
Alice's Fishy Story (1924)
Alice's Spooky Adventure (1924)
Alice's Day at the Sea (1924)
Martha (1923)
Alice's Wonderland (1923)
Cinderella (1922)
Tommy Tucker's Tooth (1922)
Puss in Boots (1922)
Goldie Locks and the Three Bears (1922)
Jack and the Beanstalk (1922)
The Four Musicians of Bremen (1922)
Little Red Riding Hood (1922)


  • Spouse, Lillian, died. [16 December 1997]
  • Born at 12:30am-CST
  • Death caused by circulatory failure due to complications from lung cancer
  • Disney's death spawned two rumors that have become urban legends. The first is that he had his body cryogenically frozen. The second held that he was buried somewhere on the grounds of Disneyland. Both rumors have been found to be untrue. Actually, he was cremated and his ashes are now interred at Forest Lawn Cemetary in Los Angelas, California.
  • Active anti-communist
  • Father-in-law of Ron Miller (married to his daughter Diane Disney)
  • As a teenager, Walt Disney was a member of the Order of DeMolay, a youth organization affiliated with Free Masons.
  • Interred at Forest Lawn, Glendale, California, USA. Facing the Freedom Mausoleum, to your left hand side are two small private gardens. His is the one farthest back. Plaque is on the wall behind the trees (to your left standing at the gate).
  • Holds the record of winning the most Academy Awards (32).
  • Identified as the founder of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority in film clips shown in the queue area of Rocket Rods (formerly, the CircleVision 360 Theater) at Disneyland
  • Became interested in personalizing animals' characters after carelessly killing a small owl as a young boy. He felt deeply remorseful and guilty and vowed never again to kill a living creature.
  • Father of Diane Disney (born December 18, 1933).
  • Inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2000 for the multiplane camera.
  • Worked as a paperboy as a youth.
  • Briefly worked for Walter Lantz as an animator.
  • In the animated short Mickey's Rival (1936), a character named Mortimer Mouse was modeled after him.
  • Chose Anaheim, California for the location of Disneyland after demographics experts convinced him it would become a major population center within 10 years (They were right).
  • His death was not publicly announced until after his funeral, which was attended only by close family members.
  • Reportedly, his famous trademark signature was designed for him by one of his animators.
  • Was a frequent target of satire by animator Jay Ward.
  • Reports surfaced that shortly after his death, Disney Company executive board members were shown a short film that Disney had made before his death, where he addressed the board members by name, telling each of them what was expected of them. The film ended with Disney saying, "I'll be seeing you."
  • Mickey Mouse's birthday is November 18, 1928, the date when Steamboat Willie (1928) was released.
  • Donald Duck's birthday is June 9, 1934, the date when The Wise Little Hen (1934) was released.
  • The name "Donald Duck" is frequently written in on voting ballots in Scandanavian countries as a protest vote.
  • Inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians, 1993.
  • Shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, an Army draft notice, addressed to "Mr. Donald Duck", was delivered to the Disney studios.
  • Tribute in the Memory of Film section at the Flanders International Film Festival in Ghent, Belgium. [2001]
  • The Disney family came from Kilkenny, Ireland. The D'Isney family settled in Co. Kilkenny to escape religious persecution and later travelled to America.
  • Daughter Sharon Disney was adopted.
  • Grandfather of Christopher D. Miller, Joanna Miller, Tamara Scheer, Jennifer Miller-Goff, Walter Elias Disney Miller, Ronald Miller, Victoria Brown.
  • Nephew of Robert Disney.
  • Brother of Herbert Disney, Roy O. Disney, Ruth Disney.
  • Son of Elias Disney and Flora Disney.
  • Was dyslexic.
  • After adapting Ludwig van Beethoven's 6th Symphony for the soundtrack of Fantasia (1940), he exclaimed, "My God, this Beethoven will go a long way!"
  • Pictured on a 6¢ US commemorative postage stamp issued in his honor, 11 September 1968.
  • In 1981, Walt Disney Productions (now The Walt Disney Company) purchased the rights to the Disney name from Retlaw Enterprises, the Disney family's company.
  • His grandfather lived in Ontario, Canada. From there he moved to the United States.
  • Born the same day, only one year earlier, as United States Senator Strom Thurmond. Disney died in 1966, Thurmond lived to be 100, and died in 2003.
  • Was a major contributor to the success of the 1964-65 New York World's Fair, primarily via his creative use of Audioanimatronics (lifelike, internally animated figures). Among other things, he designed the "Carousel of Progress" for the General Electric exhibit, "Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln" for the State of Illinois exhibit, and, most enduringly, "It's a Small World" for Pepsi Cola. One of the most popular attractions at the fair, featuring animated figures of children from all over the world, the latter has since successfully established itself as a perennial crowd-pleaser at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
  • Named Mickey Mouse after Mickey Rooney, whose mom he dated.
  • It is Hollywood legend that, lying on his deathbed at St. Jospeh's Hospital in Burbank (across the street from the Disney Studios) his last words were about how shabby the studio's water tower looked. Visible from a nearby freeway, towering above the backlot, it is adorned with the image of his most beloved creation, Mickey Mouse. In adherance with what they believed were their founder's last wishes, studio executives have made sure the water tower was regularly repainted since he died in 1966.
  • He was a chain smoker. He avoided smoking when he was in public view, especially where he might be seen by children. His smokers' cough often heralded his arrival in a particular wing of the studio, allowing off-task employees time to get on task.
  • In his autobiography, one-time Disney storyboard artist Bill Peet essentially described Walt Disney as a chain-smoking "work-a-holic" who was prone to strong mood swings.
  • He often called composer Robert B. Sherman into his office to play the piano for him. His favorite song was "Feed the Birds" from _Mary Poppins (1964)_ .
  • He got his idea and inspiration for Disneyland, when he visited the "Tivoli"-park in Denmark.
  • Was initiated into DeMolay at the Mother Chapter in Kansas City Missouri, in 1920.
  • Received the DeMolay Legion of Honor in 1931.
  • Was a member of the first class to be inducted into the DeMolay Hall of Fame on November 13, 1986.
  • His father, Elias Disney, was a professional carpenter by trade who, among other things, worked on the construction of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, the prototype for all world's fairs to follow. When Walt and his brother Roy Edward Disney were boys, their father would tell them of the many wonders of the fair, such as the first ferris wheel, thus inspiring the dreams that would make them both successful as adults.
  • Was awarded an honorary Oscar "For the creation of Mickey Mouse" by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences at the fifth Awards ceremony held on November 10, 1932, at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. It was only the second honorary Oscar yet awarded by the Academy. The recipient of the first honorary Oscar, Charles Chaplin, was supposed to present the award to Disney, but he stayed home that night.
  • He also founded another motion picture distributor, Buena Vista Pictures Entertainment, a subsidiary of his empire. His empire owns Hollywood Pictures Company and its specialty films unit, Caravan Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Miramax Films Corporation and its specialty films unit, Dimension Films, (American Broadcasting Company (ABC), ABC Family Channel, and ESPN.
  • According to former Disney animators, the whispered code that Walt Disney was in a particular wing of the studio was "Man is in the forest." A sly reference to the film Bambi (1942).
  • Brother-in-law of Hazel Sewell.
  • Uncle of Marjorie Sewell.
  • Profiled in in J.A. Aberdeen's "Hollywood Renegades: The Society of Independent Motion Picture Producers". Palos Verdes Estates, CA: Cobblestone Entertainment
  • Although he has been called politically conservative, actually voted mainly for Democrats throughout his life. This was a main reason why he was asked by HUAC to testify, and was always particularly anti-communist, because his worst nightmare was being called one.

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