One Interest, Taken Far Every kid’s dream vacation: famous characters, famous parks, famous Disney. Walt Disney and the Disney Company had to go through many challenges to come where they are today. Ever since Walt Disney’s journey to come up with the Disney characters, rise to fame, and creation of the parks in Disney World, there is a lot more to Walt Disney and Disney World than just Mickey Mouse.
Walt Disney did not do everything on his own. Along the way Disney meets Ub Iwerks, a young artist that helps Disney tremendously (Schickel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 5). In 1922, Disney and Iwerks started their own studio (Schickel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 6). They then started doing cartoons and productions, which made them a lot of money. Their first animated cartoon sketch was called Laugh-O-Grams (Schickel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 6). They then made money off of a new cartoon they invented, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (Schickel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 7). The studio became very successful, with productions of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937. Iwerks and Disney were very successful together and Iwerks really helped out Disney.
Mickey Mouse is the main character in the Disney characters. Mickey came along with his girlfriend, Minnie Mouse (Schickel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 7). The invention of Mickey Mouse was the seed to all of the other characters, such as Donald Duck, Pluto, and Goofy (Schickel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 8). Walt Disney introduced Mickey and Minnie and they both became famous due to their human qualities (Schinkel, Maltin, Green and Greene 8). When Mickey was in the productions, Walt Disney was his voice until 1947 (Schinkel, Maltin, Green, and Greene 8). Mickey Mouse was a very important character in the making of all the other Disney characters. Walt Disney had many famous productions while he was alive. In 1940, Disney released...
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