American entrepreneur, animator, film director, actor, screenwriter and producer, founder of Walt Disney Productions, which became the multimedia empire of The Walt Disney Company.

Disney became the creator of the first sound and musical cartoons in the history of cinema. As a director, he directed 111 films and produced 576 more films. Disney’s Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Honored with 26 "Oscars"
Cartoon character created by Ub Iverks and Walt Disney, an anthropomorphic rabbit that was the subject of a series of cartoons produced by Universal Pictures in the 1920s and 1930s. He is considered a "forgotten" character found in the Huntley film archive.
The first cartoon featuring Oswald Rabbit was Trouble with the Trolleybus, made in 1927. Walt Disney lost the rights to Oswald Rabbit in 1928. In 2006, The Walt Disney Company bought the rights to Oswald from Universal Pictures.
Currently, most of the rights to this character are owned by The Walt Disney Company, and the exclusive Winkler and Walter Luntz cartoons starring Oswald are owned by Universal
Cartoon character, one of the symbols of The Walt Disney Company and American pop culture in general. Represents an anthropomorphic mouse.
Mickey Mouse appeared in 1928 after Walt Disney lost the rights to his first character, the lucky rabbit Oswald. The first short animated Mickey Mouse films were drawn by Ub Iwerks, Walt Disney’s chief companion.
Subsequently, with its rise in popularity, Mickey Mouse began to be featured in feature-length cartoons, television, comics, and various items
Silly Symphonies is a Walt Disney Productions cartoon series that ran from 1929 to 1939. Unlike the Mickey Mouse cartoons, the series had no regular characters except for the characters from The Three Little Pigs and its three sequels.
Donald Duck and Pluto (for the first time without Mickey Mouse) debuted in the series, then got their own series. Flowers and Trees (1932) was the first short animated film to win an Oscar.
The Ugly Duckling is a short cartoon released in 1939 by Walt Disney Studios. Another animated version of the classic story, the first was created in 1931; the only story used twice in the series. Oscar for best animated short film
For "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" Walt Disney specially made seven small statuettes "Oscar" - the number of dwarves. They were presented to the cartoonist along with the usual award
In the short animated films of Disney Studios, eight to ten intermediate drawings were used when turning the character from the position in front of the face, when working on "Snow White" this number increased to twenty.
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is the first full-length musical animated film from Disney Studios, released December 21, 1937 at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Hollywood.
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