Disney Movies Throughout American History

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Disney Movies Throughout American History

Presented to Mr.Hyatt

Presented by Seanita Caim
Disney has been involved in the lives of millions of Americans since the early 1920s and even now, continues to touch the hearts of each new generation. What started as a simple and humble cartoon studio grew into a world-wide known enterprise. Disney brought comfort to the United States post WWII and has been a staple in households across America for children everywhere. It is not uncommon for people to reminiscence about their childhood when thinking about Disney shows or movies. So, how did a little cartoon studio get so well known? The era of when the studio was created may be one of the advantages that led Disney from an uncle’s garage and into the huge studio that covers fifty-one acres that we all see now. Around the time of the creation of the official Walt Disney Studios, wars were breaking out across the world. Even after the terrible wars, Disney continued to strive throughout the era known as the Baby Boom and even now in the 21st century.

While the success with cartoons got the studio started, Walt Disney had bigger plans. He and his team were busy with plans to create an actual movie in 1934. With “A Smile and A Song,” the first full length animated film created by Disney, Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, was released by Christmas of 1937. It was also around this time that President Roosevelt found a loophole in the Neutrality Act of 1935 and indirectly…
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