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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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For a vacation to Walt Disney World Resort in perfect balance, guests can enjoy the Disney parks along with the many on-site recreational activities at Four Seasons.
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Walt Disney dreamed of a place where children and parents could have fun together.
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Walt Disney and his brother, Roy, were born in an upstairs bedroom, historians say.
Onward to forty-seven square miles in swampy central Florida called Walt Disney World.
Miller, the eldest and only biological daughter of Lillian and Walt Disney, helped shepherd the development of Los Angeles' Walt Disney Concert Hall, which was designed by architect Frank Gehry and opened in 2004.
Walter Elias Disney, known as Walt Disney, was more than an American magnate.