Analysis Of Disney 's ' The Great Gatsby '

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You probably can’t find anyone on the seven continents in the civilized world who has not heard the word Disney. No other person in the world has played both to, and with so many people’s imagination. Both young and old admire what Walter Disney accomplished in his lifetime.
The dream started in 1923 with the creation of Disney’s first cartoon Alice’s Wonderland. Disney moved from Arkansas to California to create a series of cartoons about an adorable little girl Alice. The first cartoon, became a pilot for a series called Alice Comedies by M.J Winkle, a New York distributor on October 23, 1923. This day is a historic day in the film industry - when the Disney magic began. Disney’s amazing talent of drawing and the techniques he learned at the Chicago Art Institute, combined with his attention to detail caught the eye of the industry. Walt, with his brother Roy, created Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio to make a name for themselves.
Alice Comedies sparked the idea for Walt of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in 1927. Disney who enjoyed drawing immensely and created 26 episodes in the first year. Dreaming big and ready to sign the contract for a second year Disney found out that his distributor, unbeknownst to him, contracted his employees without his knowledge to work directly for the distributor company, not for Disney. It was a shocking lesson for him to find out that he did not own the right to his characters.
Disney who believed “All our dreams can come true, if we have the…
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