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Good evening dear virtual friends, how was your day? At Read.cash, I read various articles related to Disney heroes, but I didn't find any related to him, so I decided to write you a nice text related to Walt Disney and his life.
Cartoonist and entrepreneur Walt Disney went down in history as a dream creator, as an illustrator of children's fantasy. However, his character is surrounded by mysteries:
Did he really create Mickey Mouse?
Is it true that he was a communist hunter?
Is Walt Disney cryogenized?
Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago - although there is a legend that Disney's birthplace is Mojaka (Almeria). Walter Elias Disney, known worldwide as Walt Disney, was a cartoonist, magnate and visionary who became a symbol of 20th century North American caricature. Although Disney was said to be a dream-filled, ambitious, perfectionist, when more than nine decades ago part of the life of one of his most famous creations, Mickey Mouse, was part of his life, he probably could not imagine the fame his characters would achieve.
As a child, Walt Disney moved with his family to a farm near Marseille, a small town in the state of Missouri. This, according to some claims, inspired him years later to design Disneyland's main street. Interested in drawing and painting, little Disney sold his first drawings to his neighbors when he was seven years old.
The typhoid fever forced the family to move to Kansas City, where Disney's father worked as a newspaper delivery man, with the help of his two sons, Roy and Walt. At the age of fifteen, Volt began working as a newspaper supplier and candy seller at a train station, and at school he participated as a cartoonist in The Village Voice, where he also dealt with political issues and a focus on World War I. He himself wanted to take part in the war, so he falsified his age so that he could apply as a volunteer. Walt Disney was sent with the army to Europe, where he was the driver of ambulances and did not take part in the fighting.
Disney's dream of becoming an artist took him back to Kansas City, where he worked as an intern at the Songman-Rubin Commercial Art Studio, where he met Aba Iverks, an American animator and special effects technician - who will be actively involved in the creation of Mickey Mouse. Their friendship led to the founding of Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists, but the dream lasted only a month because Walt preferred a secure job, so he moved to Kansas City Film, but convinced his new bosses to hire Iverks as well. Two years later, Disney believed that he had acquired all the necessary knowledge to deny the new project. In 1922, he founded Laugh-O-Gram Films.
The bankruptcy of the main client forced Disney to move to Hollywood in 1923. He was unlucky enough to find a job so he founded DIsney Brothers Studio with his brother Roy. Although he had a main contract, it was not enough to cover the costs. Disney was a steady man and very capable of achieving his goals. There was also news in using all the tricks available to him to deal with financial difficulties. In 1924, Disney was finally allowed to pursue its passions with Aba Iverks - character creation, screenwriting and directing.
During a trip to New York, Disney imagined his most famous creation, which he originally called Mortimer, but at the suggestion of his wife, he later named Mickey. Authorship of Mickey Mouse has long been the subject of debate and there are some researchers who suggest that the creator of the most famous Mass was actually Ab Iverks.
Mickey Mouse premiered in 1928 in the short silent animated film Plane Crazy, but the film did not arouse much interest.
Thanks to the help of businessman Pat Powers, Disney made a sound film called Steamer Willie. The film was a great success, and since then all Disney's have been sonic, and Walt Disney gave his voice to Mickey until 1947. Soon, the famous characters Paja Patak, Silja, Pluto ... appeared in a series of short animated music films.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the first Disney feature animated film, shot in 1937, followed by Pinocchio, Fantasy, Dambo, Babmi ...
In the late 1940s, American billionaire Howard Hughes offered Walt Disney an interest-free $ 1 million loan in exchange for help in the film sector. With that money, Disney launched eighteen new projects, the most famous of which are Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan ...
Since the 1940s, Disney has planned to build an amusement park so that employees and their families can spend their free time there. Over time, this humble project grew into what we know today as Disneyland.
The legend that follows the death of Walt Disney: is it frozen or not?
In 1966, Disney was diagnosed with cancer of the left lung, which was removed. Disney was still active for some time after the operation, but died on December 15, 1966. His body was cremated on Dec. 17, and the urn was laid to rest in the family cemetery at Forest Lon Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
The legend of Walt Disney's cryogenization has been spreading for years and many people still take this misinformation seriously and believe in it.
I hope you enjoyed reading this article and learned a little more about Walt Disney. I wish you a pleasant evening. Regards to all @Jigglyspy
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