Walt Disney has changed the lives of billions of people around the world. He
turned his dreams into reality with the help of his many followers, this showed his true leadership. Walt had the ability to share his visions and dreams with others and persuade them to believe in him and his ideas. To open up his own business and start making cartoons Walt had to take many risks. He had to take an even bigger risk borrowing millions of dollars to open Disneyland. It took great leadership skill to build up the Disney Empire and make it such a success.
Walt Disney was a film making pioneer. The first synchronized sound cartoon,
Steamboat Willie (1928) was his creation, as was the first full-color cartoon, Flowers and carees (1932). He was also responsible for the first animated film that gave the illusion of depth through the use of the multiplane camera, The Old Mill (1937). The cartoon, as realized by Disney, gained even greater stature in 1937 when Walt released his first full-length animated feature, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He went on to introduce many more innovations to movie making, including stereophonic sound (Fantasia, 1940) and 360-degree projection (Disneyland's circle-Vision 360, 1955). This remarkable man's many achievements also include the longest-running prime time television series (1954-1983), the Academy Award-winning true-life adventure nature films. Walt had many great ideas that he needed to share with others. The was a great persuading leader, he had to make others believe in him and accept his ideas. Walt knew how to tell his ideas to other and get them excited about his new idea and want to help him.
In 1953 Walt's vision of an amusement park began. He visited fairs, carnivals,
circuses and parks to study the attractions and the people. Anaheim, California is selected as the place where Disneyland will be built. Other amusement park owners don't believe that Walt will fail. Walt worked very hard for the next two...
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