Walt Disney

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Animator • Director • Producer • Entrepreneur • Writer • Voice Actor

Birth Date: December 5, 1901

Death Date: December 15, 1966

Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois

Walt Disney was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor, and film producer who almost singlehandedly revolutionized the animation industry, creating a number of indelible characters and films that remain iconic to this day, while the Disney brand, with it's creator's mission statement of providing imaginative, feel-good entertainment for the entire family, is still going strong after nearly a century.

Not only is Walt Disney an icon of the entertainment business, he is an all-around American icon. Born Walter Elias Disney on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, IL, Disney was the fourth son born to Elias Disney and Flora Call Disney. He had three older brothers; Herbert, Raymond, and Roy. In 1903, the youngest child, Ruth, was born.

When Disney was four, his family moved to a farm in Marceline, Missouri. It was here that Disney developed his interest in drawing, starting when he was paid to draw the horse of the local doctor. He would practice by copying the front-page cartoons from his fathers' copies of Appeal to Reason magazine, and soon became proficient in watercolors and crayons.

The Disney family moved to Kansas City, Missouri in 1911. While attending Benton Grammar School, Disney met fellow student Walter Pfeiffer, who became his best friend, and introduced young Walt to vaudeville and motion pictures. Around this time, Disney also began to show his entrepreneurial spirit: he and his brother Roy each purchased a newspaper route from the Kansas City Star and the Kansas City Times. For more than six years, the brothers would wake up at 4:30am every morning to deliver the Times before school, and then repeat the route that evening for the Star.

Because of this, Disney often fell asleep during class, and his grades suffered. During this time, Disney also attended Saturday courses at the Kansas City Art Institute, and took a correspondence course in cartooning. In 1917, the Disney family moved back to Chicago, after Elias bought stock in a local jelly company. Disney attended high school at McKinley High, where he was the cartoonist for the school paper, and often drew patriotic scenes about the first World War.

He also continued his drawing education with night classes at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Disney wanted to enlist in the Army and fight the Germans, but he was too young. After forging the date on his birth certificate, Disney was able to join the Red Cross, where he worked as an ambulance driver (he was in the same company as future McDonalds founder Ray Kroc). However, when he was finally shipped off to France, he arrived after the armistice.

While in France, some of his cartoons were published in the army newspaper Stars and Stripes. Upon returning to Kansas City in October of 1919, Disney got a job as a commercial illustrator at the Pesmen-Rubin Commercial Art Studio.

It was there that he became friends with fellow artist Ub Iwerks, who would become Disney's most important early collaborator. Disney and Iwerks were both laid off from Pesmen-Rubin in January 1920, at which point they briefly tried to start their own business, Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists. When that didn't pan out, they both found employment at the Kansas City Film Ad Company, where both men first became interested in cel animation.

After parting ways with the Ad Company, Disney and a fellow artist, Fred Harman, began producing a series of short cartoons for the local Newman Theater, modernized takes on fairy tales which they dubbed "Laugh-O-Grams." In May of 1921, Disney, along with Iwerks, Rudolf Ising, and Fred Harman and brother Hugh, founded Laugh-O-Gram Studios.

Unfortunately, they were not able to churn out content fast enough to keep the company financially solvent, and shortly after finishing work on "Alice's Wonderland" (1923), a 12-and-a-half minute short based on Lewis Carroll's classic, the company filed for bankruptcy.

Disney then decided to move to Los Angeles, partially in order to be closer to his brother Roy, who was on the west coast convalescing from tuberculosis. The brothers founded the Walt Disney Company in late 1923, and signed a contract with film distributor Margaret J. Winkler to release "Alice's Wonderland" as well as six more shorts, with an option for two further series of six episodes each. Disney convinced Iwerks to come to Hollywood in July of 1924.

The next year, Disney married Lillian Bond, an ink artist he had hired shortly after the New Year. Lillian proved to be a grounding presence in Disney's life, and the couple would go on to have a daughter, Diane, and adopt another child, Sharon. In 1927, Winkler handed over distribution of Disney's Alice series to her husband, Charles Mintz, who often butted heads with Disney. After the Alice series ended in July of 1927, Disney and Iwerks created a series of shorts based around their newest character, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, to be distributed by Mintz via Universal Pictures.

Despite the success of this new series, the deal fell apart when Mintz pulled a series of power moves, first reducing Disney's producer fee, then buying up the intellectual property rites to Oswald, then stealing away a number of Disney's best artists. When Mintz threatened to start his own studio and produce the Oswald series himself, Disney called his bluff, but lost most of his animation staff, except for Iwerks.

The pair soon began developing a successor to Oswald, with Iwerks suggesting a mouse. Disney came up with the name Mortimer Mouse, but his wife found the name to be pompous, and suggested that they go with Mickey instead. Iwerks drew Mickey, while Disney provided his voice. With the release of "The Jazz Singer" (1927) and the advent of talkies, Disney and Iwerks utilized sync sound to produce the first Mickey Mouse short, "Steamboat Willie" (1928).

Distributed by former Universal Pictures executive Pat Powers, founder of the "Powers Cinephone" system, the short was an instant success. With the help of composer and arranger Carl Stalling, Disney developed the Silly Symphony series. The first installment, "The Skeleton Dance" (1929) was drawn and animated entirely by Iwerks.

Disney then hired a number of local artists, who would eventually become known to animation aficionados as the Nine Old Men. In the wake of the runaway success of both Mickey Mouse and the Silly Symphonies, Disney felt that he was being denied the rightful share of profits from Powers. When Disney asked him for an increase in payment for his work, Powers balked, and to twist the knife deeper, hired Iwerks to work for him.

Soon after, Stalling resigned, believing that the Walt Disney Company didn't stand a chance without Iwerks. All of the stress of this period lead to Disney suffering a nervous breakdown in October of 1931, shortly thereafter he and Lillian took an extended holiday in Cuba and Panama to recover.

Before long, Disney came back stronger than ever, signing a distribution contract with Columbia Pictures, and releasing the very first Technicolor animated short, "Flowers and Trees" (1932).

The short would win Disney his first Academy Award the following year, plus an honorary Award "for the creation of Mickey Mouse." To this day, Disney holds the record for most Academy Award nominations and Academy Award wins for a single person: he won 22 Oscars, and was nominated a staggering 59 times.

However, despite this success, Disney was becoming bored with short films, and soon set his sights on making his first full-length cartoon, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937). Despite industry predictions that the film would bankrupt the company, it was an instant classic, beloved by critics and audiences alike upon its release in December of 1937.

Thus began what would become known as the Golden Age of Animation. The studio next began work on two new features, "Pinocchio" (1940) and "Fantasia" (1940). Though they are considered classics today, neither film was very successful when they first opened, largely due to a dropoff in revenues from Europe since World War II began in 1939.

The double box office bombs left the country deeply in debt by the end of February 1941. Luckily, the studio's next feature, "Dumbo" (1941), was a critical and box office success. Shortly after "Dumbo" hit theaters, America entered World War II. Disney, an avowed patriot, formed the Walt Disney Training Films Unit in order to make instructional films for the military, promotional films starring Donald Duck designed to sell war bonds, and a number of propaganda shorts, including the Oscar winning "Der Fuehrer's Face" (1943).

These films helped keep the Disney Company afloat financially during the early 1940s - they had lost $200,000 on "Bambi" (1942), and soon racked up a debt of $4 million with the Bank of America. After the war ended, Disney more or less phased out the production of shorts entirely, deciding that features were more lucrative in the long run.

In 1950, Disney released "Cinderella" (1950), the studio's first animated feature in eight years. The film was a smash hit, as were their first forays into live action features, "Treasure Island" (1950) and "The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men" (1952), both of which Disney were closely involved in.

From here on in, Disney would devote less and less attention to his studio's animated films, largely entrusting such projects as "Alice in Wonderland" (1951) and "Peter Pan" (1953) to the Nine Old Men.

In 1954, Disney broke ground on what would become his first major theme park, Disneyland, in Anaheim, California. The park opened in July of 1955, and despite early minor setbacks, Disneyland attracted 3.6 million guests in its opening year. The opening day of Disneyland had been broadcast on ABC, and this lead to Disney becoming interested in television production.

First up was "Walt Disney's Disneyland" (ABC, 1955-), an anthology of cartoons, live-action features, and other ephemera from Disney's library. Newsweek called the series "an American institution," and the positive ratings convinced ABC to green light "The Mickey Mouse Club" (ABC, 1955-1996), Disney's first daily TV program.

Disney was now increasingly focusing his efforts on projects that took him away from the studio. He created a short film, "America the Beautiful" (1959), as part of the 1959 American National Exhibition in Moscow, where he also acted as consultant. He also served as chairman of the Pageantry Committee for the 1960 Winter Olympics, designing the opening, closing, and medal ceremonies.

Meanwhile, the Disney Company continued churning out highly successful animated films, often with little input from Disney himself, including "Lady and the Tramp" (1955), "Sleeping Beauty" (1959), "101 Dalmatians" (1961), and "The Sword in the Stone" (1963).

Towards the end of his life, Disney wanted to create further theme park attractions to match the success of Disneyland. He briefly considered building a ski resort in Mineral King, a glacial valley in the Sierra Nevadas.

However, he soon decided on Orlando, Florida as the location for his next attraction, and in late 1965, he announced plans to begin developing "Disney World." This bigger and more elaborate counterpart to Disneyland would include "the Magic Kingdom," as well as Disney's pet project, the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow," commonly known as EPCOT.

Disney spent much of the second half of 1966 looking for businesses to sponsor EPCOT, while also increasing his involvement in the studio's latest films, the animated adventure tale "The Jungle Book" (1967), the live-action comedic musical "The Happiest Millionaire" (1967), and the animated short "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day" (1968), which would earn Disney his final Oscar, albeit posthumously.

In November of 1966, Disney was diagnosed with lung cancer, the byproduct of a life spent chain smoking cigarettes. On November 30th, Disney was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. He would never leave. Walt Disney died on December 15, 1966, of circulatory collapse caused by lung cancer. It was ten days after his 65th birthday.

Credits

The Jack Benny Show

Actor
Show
2020

Celebrating Mickey: The True Original (OV)

Actor
Movie
2018

Celebrating Mickey: The True Original (OV)

Director
Movie
2018

Mickey, 90 ans d'enthousiasme

Director
Movie
2018

Mickey, 90 ans d'enthousiasme

Producer
Movie
2018

Celebrating Mickey - sv.tal

Director
Movie
2018

Mickey's Rival: Extras

Actor
Show
2014

Extrait : Retour de flamme

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Show
2014

Get a Horse!

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Micky Mouse
Show
2014

zeit.geschichte

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Show
2014

Mickey Mouse

Actor
Show
2013

Get a Horse!

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
2013

Mickey Mouse and Friends

Actor
Show
2007

Alice in Cartoonland

Creator
Show
2007

Vintage Mickey

Director
Movie
2005

Steamboat Willie

Director
Show
2003

Fantasia 2000Stream

Voice
Mickey Mouse (segment "The Sorcerer's Apprentice")
Movie
1999
80%

Classic Cartoons

Producer
Show
1997

Once Upon a Dream: The Making of Walt Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty'

Self
Movie
1997

Disney's Rootin' Tootin' Roundup

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1990

The Magical World of Disney

Host
Show
1988

Walt Disney

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Show
1981

Disney's Wonderful World

Host
Show
1979

The Wonderful World of Disney

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Series
1969

The Gnome-Mobile

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Movie
1967

Das Dschungelbuch

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Movie
1967

Jungelboken

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Movie
1967

Le livre de la jungle

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Movie
1967

Το Βιβλίο της Ζούγκλας

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1967

정글북

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1967

The Jungle BookStream

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1967
88%

The Fighting Prince of Donegal

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Movie
1966

The Ugly DachshundStream

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Movie
1966

The Jack Benny Hour

Guest
Show
1965

The Monkey's UncleStream

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1965

Mary Poppins

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1964

Mary PoppinsStream

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1964
96%

Emilio y los Detectives

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1964

Those Calloways

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1964

The Misadventures of Merlin Jones

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1964

Emil and the Detectives

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1964

A Tiger Walks

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1964

Merlin l'enchanteur

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1963

Die Hexe und der Zauberer

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1963

Summer MagicStream

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1963

The Incredible Journey

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1963

Son of Flubber

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1963

The Sword in the StoneStream

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1963
68%

The Prince and the Pauper

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1962

Big Red

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1962

In Search of the Castaways

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1962

Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color

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Show
1961

The Great Cat Family

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1961

101 Dalmatiner

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1961

101 DalmatiansStream

Producer
Movie
1961
98%

Les 101 dalmatiens

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1961

One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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1961

Pongo och de 101 dalmatinerna - sv.tal

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1961

Aquamania

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Movie
1961

101 dalmatinere - En sjarmør i pels

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1961

Greyfriars Bobby

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1961

The Absent Minded ProfessorStream

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Movie
1961
83%

Babes in ToylandStream

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Movie
1961
36%

Ten Who Dared

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1960

Swiss Family RobinsonStream

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1960
83%

PollyannaStream

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1960
86%

Kidnapped

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1960

The Sign of Zorro

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1960

The Horse With the Flying Tail

Executive Producer
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1960

I Captured the King of the Leprechauns

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1959

Sleeping BeautyStream

Producer
Movie
1959
89%

Darby O'Gill and the Little PeopleStream

Producer
Movie
1959
100%

Donald in Mathmagic Land

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Movie
1959

Dornröschen

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1959

La belle au bois dormant

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1959

Sleeping Beauty

Producer
Movie
1959

Doornroosje

Producer
Movie
1959

잠자는 숲속의 공주

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1959

The Shaggy DogStream

Producer
Movie
1959
70%

Walt Disney Presents

Host
Show
1958

Annette

Producer
Show
1958

4 Artists Paint 1 Tree: A Walt Disney "Adventure in Art"

Actor
Movie
1958

ZorroStream

Executive Producer
Series
1957

Liberty Story

Host
Show
1957

The Wetback Hound

Executive Producer
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1957

Johnny Tremain

Producer
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1957

Old YellerStream

Producer
Movie
1957
100%

Pluto's Day

Narrator
Show
1956

Chips Ahoy

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1956

Hooked Bear

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1956

The Secrets of Life

Producer
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1956

Mickey Mouse ClubStream

Creator
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1955

Lady and the TrampStream

Producer
Movie
1955
93%

Susi und Strolch

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1955

La Belle et le Clochard

Producer
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1955

Lady and the Tramp

Producer
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1955

Lady and the Tramp

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1955

Men Against the Arctic

Producer
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1955

Lady och Lufsen

Producer
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1955

Disneyland: Operation Undersea

Actor
Show
1954

Walt Disney's Disneyland

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1954

20,000 Leagues Under the SeaStream

Producer
Movie
1954
91%

Peter Pan

Producer
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1953

Peter Pan

Producer
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1953

Peter Pan

Producer
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1953

Peter Pan - sv.tal

Producer
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1953

Peter PanStream

Producer
Movie
1953
77%

Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue

Executive Producer
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1953

Bear Country

Producer
Movie
1953

Pluto's Party

Producer
Movie
1952

Pluto's Christmas Tree

Producer
Movie
1952

The Walt Disney Christmas Show

Host
Show
1951

Bee on Guard

Producer
Movie
1951

Out of Scale

Producer
Movie
1951

Alice im Wunderland

Producer
Movie
1951

Corn Chips

Producer
Movie
1951

Alice au pays des merveilles

Producer
Movie
1951

Alice in Wonderland

Producer
Movie
1951

Alice in WonderlandStream

Producer
Movie
1951
84%

What's My Line?Stream

Guest
Game Show
1950

Pests of the West

Producer
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1950

Cinderella

Producer
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1950

Cendrillon

Producer
Movie
1950

Cinderella

Producer
Movie
1950

Cinderella

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1950

Cinderella

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1950

Out on a Limb

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1950

CinderellaStream

Producer
Movie
1950
98%

Morris the Midget Moose

Producer
Movie
1950

Askungen

Producer
Movie
1950

Goofy Gymnastics

Producer
Movie
1949

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad

Producer
Movie
1949

Mickey Down Under

Producer
Movie
1948

Mickey and the Seal

Producer
Movie
1948

Seal Island

Producer
Movie
1948

Tea for Two Hundred

Producer
Movie
1948

Rescue Dog

Producer
Movie
1947

Mickey's Delayed Date

Producer
Movie
1947

Mickey's Delayed Date

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1947

Chip 'n' Dale

Producer
Movie
1947

Squatter's Rights

Producer
Movie
1946

Squatter's Rights

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1946

Donald's Crime

Producer
Movie
1945

Victory Through Air Power

Producer
Movie
1943

Reason and Emotion

Producer
Movie
1943

Chicken Little

Producer
Movie
1943

Mickey's Birthday Party

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Show
1942

Donald's Garden

Producer
Movie
1942

Saludos Amigos

Self
Movie
1942

BambiStream

Producer
Movie
1942
91%

All Together

Producer
Movie
1942

All Together

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1942

Der Fuehrer's Face

Producer
Movie
1942

Bambi

Producer
Movie
1942

Bambi

Producer
Movie
1942

Bambi

Producer
Movie
1942

Lend a Paw

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Show
1941

The Nifty Nineties

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Show
1941

Canine Caddy

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Show
1941

Baggage Buster

Producer
Movie
1941

Early to Bed

Producer
Movie
1941

Dumbo, l'éléphant volant

Producer
Movie
1941

Dumbo

Producer
Movie
1941

Dumbo - sv.tal

Producer
Movie
1941

Dombo

Producer
Movie
1941

DumboStream

Producer
Movie
1941

Tugboat Mickey

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Show
1940

Fire Chief

Producer
Movie
1940

Goofy's Glider

Producer
Movie
1940

Donald's Dog Laundry

Producer
Movie
1940

Pinocchio

Producer
Movie
1940

Mr. Duck Steps Out

Producer
Movie
1940

Pinocchio

Producer
Movie
1940

Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1940

Pinocchio

Producer
Movie
1940

Fantasia

Producer
Movie
1940

Fantasia

Voice
Mickey Mouse (voix)
Movie
1940

Fantasia

Producer
Movie
1940

Pinocchio

Producer
Movie
1940

Fantasia

Producer
Movie
1940

Fantasia - sv.tal

Producer
Movie
1940

Bone Trouble

Producer
Movie
1940

Pinocchio

Producer
Movie
1940

FantasiaStream

Producer
Movie
1940
95%

FantasiaStream

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1940
95%

PinocchioStream

Producer
Movie
1940

Society Dog Show

Producer
Movie
1939

Society Dog Show

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1939

Sea Scouts

Producer
Movie
1939

The Pointer

Actor
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1939

The Pointer

Producer
Movie
1939

Ugly Duckling

Producer
Movie
1939

The Hockey Champ

Producer
Movie
1939

Goofy and Wilbur

Producer
Movie
1939

The Fox Hunt

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1938

Donald's Golf Game

Producer
Movie
1938

The Whalers

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1938

Mickey's Parrot

Actor
Mickey Mouse; The Parrot
Movie
1938

Mickey's Parrot

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Movie
1938

Boat Builders

Producer
Movie
1938

Boat Builders

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1938

Brave Little Tailor

Producer
Movie
1938

Brave Little Tailor

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1938

Ferdinand the Bull

Producer
Movie
1938

Moth and the Flame

Producer
Movie
1938

Mother Goose Goes Hollywood

Producer
Movie
1938

Magician Mickey

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1937

Clock Cleaners

Producer
Movie
1937

Clock Cleaners

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1937

Hawaiian Holiday

Producer
Movie
1937

Hawaiian Holiday

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1937

Lonesome Ghosts

Producer
Movie
1937

Lonesome Ghosts

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1937

Moose Hunters

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1937

Snow White and the Seven DwarfsStream

Producer
Movie
1937
97%

Blanche-Neige et les sept nains

Producer
Movie
1937

Madionicar Mickey

Actor
Movie
1937

Sneeuwwitje en de zeven dwergen

Producer
Movie
1937

백설공주와 일곱 난쟁이

Producer
Movie
1937

Little Hiawatha

Producer
Movie
1937

Mickey's Rival

Voice
Show
1936

Three Little Wolves

Producer
Movie
1936

More Kittens

Producer
Movie
1936

The Cookie Carnival

Producer
Movie
1935

Three Orphan Kittens

Producer
Movie
1935

Who Killed Cock Robin?

Producer
Movie
1935

On Ice

Producer
Movie
1935

On Ice

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1935

Music Land

Producer
Movie
1935

Mickey's Kangaroo

Producer
Movie
1935

Mickey's Kangaroo

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1935

The Band Concert

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1935

Disney Classic Collections

Voice
Show
1934

The China Shop

Producer
Movie
1934

Peculiar Penguins

Producer
Movie
1934

Funny Little Bunnies

Producer
Movie
1934

The Grasshopper and the Ants

Producer
Movie
1934

Mickey's Gala Premier

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1933

The Steeplechase

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1933

Three Little Pigs

Producer
Movie
1933

Building a Building

Producer
Movie
1933

Building a Building

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1933

Touchdown Mickey

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1932

Santa's Workshop

Producer
Movie
1932

Babes in the Woods

Producer
Movie
1932

The Bears and Bees

Producer
Movie
1932

Flowers and Trees

Producer
Movie
1932

King Neptune

Producer
Movie
1932

The Castaway

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1931

Birds of a Feather

Producer
Movie
1931

Mickey's Orphans

Producer
Movie
1931

The Barnyard Concert

Director
Movie
1930

The Barnyard Concert

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1930

Arctic Antics

Producer
Movie
1930

Monkey Melodies

Producer
Movie
1930

Night

Director
Movie
1930

Pioneer Days

Producer
Movie
1930

Pioneer Days

Voice
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1930

Fiddling Around

Director
Movie
1930

The Skeleton Dance

Director
Movie
1929

The Skeleton Dance

Producer
Movie
1929

Wild Waves

Producer
Movie
1929

The Haunted House

Actor
Mickey Mouse
Movie
1929

The Haunted House

Director
Movie
1929

The Haunted House

Producer
Movie
1929

When the Cat's Away

Director
Movie
1929

Steamboat Willie

Director
Movie
1928

Steamboat Willie

Voice
Movie
1928

Steamboat Willie

Writer
Movie
1928

All Wet

Director
Movie
1927

Trolley Troubles

Director
Movie
1927

Trolley Troubles

Writer
Movie
1927

Alice on the Farm

Director
Movie
1926

Alice on the Farm

Producer
Movie
1926

Alice's Tin Pony

Director
Movie
1925

Alice's Tin Pony

Producer
Movie
1925

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