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Walt Disney

An American entertainer and businessman. In 1923, he co-founded an animation studio with his brother, Roy. The company expanded to other media, including film, television and theme parks. Disney created Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and other iconic fictional characters. The Walt Disney Company (as the studio was renamed) became a hugely successful corporation. Disney lived from 1901 to 1966.
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18, 1928: Just five years after Walt Disney establised Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio in Hollywood, Mickey Mouse makes his debut in the cartoon short, ``Steamboat Willie'' at New York City's Colony Theatre.
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The depth and vivid detail of Walt Disney World Resort in 3D project makes this a unique, truly immersive experience within Google Earth.
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Michael Eisner, chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Co.
As the decades wore on, the Disney empire grew and Walt Disney continued to look for new ways to entertain people and to challenge himself.
The food & beverage teams at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts want to use our creativity and innovation to partner with parents in making well-balanced meals appealing, accessible, great tasting and fun," said Mary Niven, vice president, Disneyland Resort Food and Beverage.
Walt Disney Feature Animation will continue to report to Roy Disney, vice chairman of The Walt Disney Company since 1984.
In just 10 weeks, "The Lion King" soundtrack has become the single fastest and best selling title in the history of Walt Disney Records, outstripping the sales performances of past company hits such as "Aladdin," "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Little Mermaid.
Walt Disney Home Entertainment proudly opens the vault to debut a spectacular new two-disc Special Edition of the most requested Disney DVD title ever, the Academy Award(R) winning (1990 Best Song and Best Original Score) The Little Mermaid.
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Joe Schott -- an operations executive at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and a 25-year Disney (NYSE:DIS) veteran -- has been named Vice President and Executive Managing Director, Walt Disney Attractions Japan and Disneyland International, it was announced today by Jay Rasulo, Chairman, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.