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Die PBS-Dokumentation soll Mitte September ausgestrahlt werden. Der Historiker und Sozialkritiker Neal Gabler, Autor eines Buches über den Einfluss von Juden auf die Entstehung von Hollywood, sagte, er habe für ein Buch über Disney intensiv nach den Eigenarten des Filmproduzenten geforscht.
Er habe dabei keine Beweise gefunden, dass Disneys Abneigung gegenüber Juden über den latenten Antisemitismus hinausgegangen sei, der zu Disneys Lebzeiten üblich gewesen sei.
Die Produzentin und Regisseurin der vierstündigen Dokumentation über Disney, Sarah Colt, sagte, es gebe keine Hinweise darauf, dass Disney eine judenfeindliche Einstellung gehabt habe.
Diese Vermutungen über den gestorbenen Mann gibt es schon seit Jahrzehnten. Disney also found out that Universal owned the intellectual property rights to Oswald.
Mintz threatened to start his own studio and produce the series himself if Disney refused to accept the reductions. Disney declined Mintz's ultimatum and lost most of his animation staff, except Iwerks, who chose to remain with him.
To replace Oswald, Disney and Iwerks developed Mickey Mouse , possibly inspired by a pet mouse that Disney had adopted while working in his Laugh-O-Gram studio, although the origins of the character are unclear.
Disney, who had begun to distance himself from the animation process,  provided Mickey's voice until In the words of one Disney employee, "Ub designed Mickey's physical appearance, but Walt gave him his soul.
Mickey Mouse first appeared in May as a single test screening of the short Plane Crazy , but it, and the second feature, The Gallopin' Gaucho , failed to find a distributor.
After the animation was complete, Disney signed a contract with the former executive of Universal Pictures, Pat Powers , to use the "Powers Cinephone" recording system;  Cinephone became the new distributor for Disney's early sound cartoons, which soon became popular.
To improve the quality of the music, Disney hired the professional composer and arranger Carl Stalling , on whose suggestion the Silly Symphony series was developed, providing stories through the use of music; the first in the series, The Skeleton Dance , was drawn and animated entirely by Iwerks.
Also hired at this time were several local artists, some of whom stayed with the company as core animators; the group later became known as the Nine Old Men.
In , Disney tried to trim costs from the process by urging Iwerks to abandon the practice of animating every separate cel in favor of the more efficient technique of drawing key poses and letting lower-paid assistants sketch the inbetween poses.
Disney asked Powers for an increase in payments for the cartoons. Powers refused and signed Iwerks to work for him; Stalling resigned shortly afterwards, thinking that without Iwerks, the Disney Studio would close.
With the loss of Powers as distributor, Disney studios signed a contract with Columbia Pictures to distribute the Mickey Mouse cartoons, which became increasingly popular, including internationally.
Disney had been nominated for another film in that category, Mickey's Orphans , and received an Honorary Award "for the creation of Mickey Mouse".
In , Disney produced The Three Little Pigs , a film described by the media historian Adrian Danks as "the most successful short animation of all time".
The film's success led to a further increase in the studio's staff, which numbered nearly by the end of the year. By , Disney had become dissatisfied with producing formulaic cartoon shorts,  and believed a feature-length cartoon would be more profitable.
When news leaked out about the project, many in the film industry predicted it would bankrupt the company; industry insiders nicknamed it "Disney's Folly".
The glass could be moved to create the impression of a camera passing through the scene. Although Snow White had been largely finished by the time the multiplane camera had been completed, Disney ordered some scenes be re-drawn to use the new effects.
Snow White premiered in December to high praise from critics and audiences. The studio made a loss on both pictures and was deeply in debt by the end of February In response to the financial crisis, Disney and his brother Roy started the company's first public stock offering in , and implemented heavy salary cuts.
The latter measure, and Disney's sometimes high-handed and insensitive manner of dealing with staff, led to a animators' strike which lasted five weeks.
Shortly after the release of Dumbo in October , the U. Disney formed the Walt Disney Training Films Unit within the company to produce instruction films for the military such as Four Methods of Flush Riveting and Aircraft Production Methods.
They're good this year, they're good next year, and they're good the year after. You have to relax and give them time to market their product.
Roy Disney, for financial reasons, suggested more combined animation and live-action productions. Disney grew more politically conservative as he got older.
Dewey 's bid for the presidency. In return for this information, J. Edgar Hoover allowed Disney to film in FBI headquarters in Washington.
Disney was made a "full Special Agent in Charge Contact" in In , Disney and his family moved to a new home in the Holmby Hills district of Los Angeles.
With the help of his friends Ward and Betty Kimball , who already had their own backyard railroad , Disney developed blueprints and immediately set to work on creating a miniature live steam railroad for his backyard.
The name of the railroad, Carolwood Pacific Railroad , came from his home's location on Carolwood Drive. The miniature working steam locomotive was built by Disney Studios engineer Roger E.
Broggie , and Disney named it Lilly Belle after his wife;  after three years Disney ordered it into storage due to a series of accidents involving his guests.
In early , Disney produced Cinderella , his studio's first animated feature in eight years. It was popular with critics and theater audiences.
From the early to mids, Disney began to devote less attention to the animation department, entrusting most of its operations to his key animators, the Nine Old Men, although he was always present at story meetings.
Instead, he started concentrating on other ventures. For several years Disney had been considering building a theme park. When he visited Griffith Park in Los Angeles with his daughters, he wanted to be in a clean, unspoiled park, where both children and their parents could have fun.
The connected themed areas were Adventureland , Frontierland , Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. The park also contained the narrow gauge Disneyland Railroad that linked the lands; around the outside of the park was a high berm to separate the park from the outside world.
The money from ABC was contingent on Disney television programs. Roy believed the program added millions to the box office takings.
In a March letter to shareholders, he wrote that "television can be a most powerful selling aid for us, as well as a source of revenue.
It will probably be on this premise that we enter television when we do". As well as the construction of Disneyland, Disney worked on other projects away from the studio.
He was consultant to the American National Exhibition in Moscow; Disney Studios' contribution was America the Beautiful , a minute film in the degree Circarama theater that was one of the most popular attractions.
Despite the demands wrought by non-studio projects, Disney continued to work on film and television projects. In , he was involved in " Man in Space ", an episode of the Disneyland series, which was made in collaboration with NASA rocket designer Wernher von Braun.
In , Disney produced Mary Poppins , based on the book series by P. Travers ; he had been trying to acquire the rights to the story since the s.
Disney provided four exhibits for the New York World's Fair , for which he obtained funding from selected corporate sponsors.
For PepsiCo , who planned a tribute to UNICEF , Disney developed It's a Small World , a boat ride with audio-animatronic dolls depicting children of the world; Great Moments with Mr.
Lincoln contained an animatronic Abraham Lincoln giving excerpts from his speeches; Carousel of Progress promoted the importance of electricity; and Ford's Magic Skyway portrayed the progress of mankind.
During the early to mids, Disney developed plans for a ski resort in Mineral King , a glacial valley in California's Sierra Nevada. He hired experts such as the renowned Olympic ski coach and ski-area designer Willy Schaeffler.
In late , he announced plans to develop another theme park to be called "Disney World" now Walt Disney World , a few miles southwest of Orlando, Florida.
The heart of Disney World was to be the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow" EPCOT ,  which he described as:. It will be a community of tomorrow that will never be completed, but will always be introducing and testing and demonstrating new materials and systems.
And EPCOT will always be a showcase to the world for the ingenuity and imagination of American free enterprise.
During , Disney cultivated businesses willing to sponsor EPCOT. He did not use cigarettes with filters and had smoked a pipe as a young man.
In November , he was diagnosed with lung cancer and was treated with cobalt therapy. On November 30 he felt unwell and was taken to St.
Joseph Hospital where, on December 15, ten days after his 65th birthday, he died of circulatory collapse caused by the cancer. The release of The Jungle Book and The Happiest Millionaire in raised the total number of feature films that Disney had been involved in to Disney's plans for the futuristic city of EPCOT did not come to fruition.
After Disney's death, his brother Roy deferred his retirement to take full control of the Disney companies. He changed the focus of the project from a town to an attraction.
Miller, opened in the Presidio of San Francisco. Disney has been portrayed numerous times in fictional works.
Wells references Disney in his novel The Holy Terror , in which World Dictator Rud fears that Donald Duck is meant to lampoon the dictator.
The composer Philip Glass later adapted the book into the opera The Perfect American Disney received 59 Academy Award nominations, including 22 awards: both totals are records.
DeMille Award. In February , Disney was inducted to the Hollywood Walk of Fame with two stars, one for motion pictures and the other for his television work;  Mickey Mouse was given his own star for motion pictures in The Walt Disney Family Museum records that he "along with members of his staff, received more than honors and citations from throughout the world".
Disney's public persona was very different from his actual personality. Sherwood described him as "almost painfully shy I do a lot of things Walt Disney would not do.
Walt Disney does not smoke. I smoke. Walt Disney does not drink. I drink. Just Disney. Norman recalls that when Disney said "That'll work", it was an indication of high praise.
Views of Disney and his work have changed over the decades, and there have been polarized opinions. More recently, Disney has been regarded as a paradigm of American imperialism and intolerance, as well as a debaser of culture.
Caroline Lejeune comments in The Observer that Snow White "has more faults than any earlier Disney cartoon. It is vulnerable again and again to the barbed criticisms of the experts.
Sometimes it is, frankly, badly drawn. The reviewer opined that Disney "has slaughtered good Barrie and has only second-rate Disney to put in its place".
Disney has been accused of anti-Semitism ,  [x] although none of his employees—including the animator Art Babbitt , who disliked Disney intensely—ever accused him of making anti-Semitic slurs or taunts.
Gabler concludes that "though Walt himself, in my estimation, was not anti-Semitic, nevertheless, he willingly allied himself with people who were anti-Semitic [meaning some members of the MPAPAI ], and that reputation stuck.
He was never really able to expunge it throughout his life". Disney has also been accused of other forms of racism because some of his productions released between the s and s contain racially insensitive material.
He never, either publicly or privately, made disparaging remarks about blacks or asserted white superiority. Like most white Americans of his generation, however, he was racially insensitive.
Watts argues that many of Disney's post-World War II films "legislated a kind of cultural Marshall Plan. They nourished a genial cultural imperialism that magically overran the rest of the globe with the values, expectations, and goods of a prosperous middle-class United States.
Telotte acknowledges that many see Disney's studio as an "agent of manipulation and repression", although he observes that it has "labored throughout its history to link its name with notions of fun, family, and fantasy".
Several commentators have described Disney as a cultural icon. Izard comments that the values in Disney's films are those "considered valuable in American Christian society", which include "individualism, decency, Disney remains the central figure in the history of animation.
Through technological innovations and alliances with governments and corporations, he transformed a minor studio in a marginal form of communication into a multinational leisure industry giant.
Despite his critics, his vision of a modern, corporate utopia as an extension of traditional American values has possibly gained greater currency in the years after his death.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American entrepreneur, animator and producer. This article is about the man.
For the company he co-founded, see The Walt Disney Company. For other uses, see Walt Disney disambiguation.
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Ein Leben, das dem feingeistigen Walt nicht entspricht, denn schon früh zeigen sich sein Talent und seine Liebe zum Künstlerischen.
Seine Leidenschaft ist das Zeichnen und er nimmt bereits ersten Unterricht in Kansas. Es ist nicht nur eine Zeit des Umbruchs in der Welt, sondern auch für Walt persönlich.
Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Frankreich erhält er ein Stipendium für das Kansas City Art Institute, wo er auf den Künstler Ub Iwerks trifft.
Hier arbeitet er weiter mit Ub Iwerks zusammen. Walts Bruder Roy steigt in die Firma mit ein und verantwortet die Finanzen.
Sie starten bei Null, Walts einzigen finanziellen Rückhalt bilden sein Bruder und sein Geschäftspartner Ub. So wird am Oktober im kalifornischen Burbank die legendäre Walt Disney Company gegründet.
Die erste Zeichentrickserie, die sie kreieren und produzieren, ist "Alice Comedies". Im Privatleben findet Walt Disney sein Glück mit Lillian Marie Bounds, die er im Juli heiratet.
Das Paar bekommt Tochter Diane Marie und adoptiert Tochter Sharon Mae. Ab entstehen Walt Disneys berühmte Charaktere und Zeichentrickfiguren, die bis heute auf der ganzen Welt bekannt und beliebt sind.
Es beginnt mit "Oswald der lustige Hase". Ein Jahr später kritzelt Walt Disney auf dem Heimweg in der Bahn eine Maus auf ein Blatt Papier — die Zeichentrickfigur Mickey Mouse ist geboren.
Als der erhoffte Erfolg zunächst ausbleibt, hat Visionär Walt Disney die Idee, den Cartoon mit Musik und Ton zu unterlegen, eine kleine Sensation.
Dieser setzt sich auch in den Folgejahren fort, denn es kommen noch Charaktere wie Kater Karlo, Minnie Maus, Donald Duck und Goofy hinzu.
Walt Disney ruht sich auf dem Erfolg nicht aus, sein kreativer Geist ist ständig in Bewegung. So hat er die Idee, Cartoons auch in Spielfilmlänge zu produzieren.
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