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When you hear of Disney on Ice, you may think of wildly popular Ice shows featuring Mickey and Minnie Mouse and others skating in hockey arenas across the nation. But there is also a disturbing urban legend that Walt Disneys corpse was frozen in a cryonic chamber containing liquid nitrogen to be revived at a later date. This week, 52 years ago, television and radio broadcasts shared news that Walter Elias Disney had die. The cartoon mogul who created Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck had produced some of Hollywood's greatest hits, built up Disneyland and Disney World, and was one of the world's most beloved storytellers. He was 65. It is hard to pin down exactly when rumors begin. In early 1967, few weeks after Disneys death on Dec. 15 1966, reporter for tabloid newspaper Call National Spotlite claimed he had snuck into. Josephs Hospital in Burbank, directly across street from Disney Studios and where he was treated during his final illness. As the story go, reporter disguised himself as orderly, break into the storage room, and sees decease Disney suspended in a cryogenic metal cylinder! In 1969, French magazine Ici Paris and, later still, National Tattler in the US advanced rumors by predicting Disney would be thaw out in 1975. Some go as far as to claim that his burial spot was freezer store underneath the Pirates of Caribbean ride at Disneyland. And then there were several former Disney employees who continued to spread false stories about Disneys suppose big freeze. During the 1990s, these now discredited legends were codified as expert quotes in a couple of less than reliable Disney biographies. To be sure, Disney was a science fiction fan who looked forward to future advances in science, technology and medicine. His creation of EPCOT, Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, was originally designed to demonstrate how Americans would live, work and survive in the future. And Disney couldnt help but raise some eyebrows with the last film he produce. Sensing his impending demise, he Order cameras to roll as he addrest his department head one last time. Seat at his famous desk, just like he does during his television show that airs each Sunday evening, smiling Walt appears to make laser-beam eye contact with each colleague as he tells them what he expects of their performance in the future and that he hops to see them soon. Some have speculated that he had read, or heard of, Robert CW Ettingers ' 1964 Book, Prospect of Immortality, which synthesize both believable and less likely ideas about cryonics. That book, and many others like it that appeared long after Disney's death, predict a day when medical science has advanced enough to repair damage to once disease-riddled person who was frozen, allowing cryonics experts to thaw them out and bring them back to life. For the record, there is no solid evidence to suggest that Disney was frozen.

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Early Years and Education

On December 5 1901, Walter Elias Disney was born in a small neighborhood in Chicago. He was one of five children of Irish, Canadian, German, and American descent. When Walt was four years old, his family moved to Marceline, Missouri, where his artistic talent was sparked by a neighborhood doctor who asked him to draw his horse. Young Walt instantly fell in love with Art and intently developed his skills by copying cartoons in his father's newspaper. At seven years old, Walt decided to help his struggling family by selling his drawings to neighbors and family friends. At school, Walt Disney was rather inattentive. His teachers would often catch him daydreaming or doodling pictures of animals and nature. As he grew older, he picked up a knack for storytelling and would tell his classmates outlandish tales while illustrating on chalkboard. At ten years old, Walt and his family moved to Kansas City where his uncle employed him to sell snacks and newspapers along railroad. Being amongst trains all summer induced Walt with fascination for them, passion which can still be seen in his theme parks today. During the rest of the year, Walt would wake up at 4: 30 every morning with his brother Roy to deliver newspaper before school. They would make another paper round after school as well. The job was exhausting and Walt would often fall asleep in class, but he continued his paper route for more than six years to help his family. Walt Disney attended McKinley High School back in Chicago, where he drew patriotic pictures of WWI for the school newspaper. At night, he takes illustration courses at Chicago Academy of Fine Arts to broaden his skills. At 16, shy yet determined Walt Disney drops out of High School and attempts to join the Army in their fight against Germans. But he was rejected since he was still under the minimum age of 17. Nevertheless, Walt was insistent on joining, and so he tried again-this time enlisting in the Red Cross with a forged birth certificate. He was accepted and soon shipped to France where he spent following year driving an ambulance. For all the blood and grisly injuries Walt would face on a daily basis, he found comfort in dreaming up new cartoon characters for his future career as an artist. In his downtime, Walt would give life to his unrelenting Imagination by drawing on the side of his ambulance, covering it with cartoons from stern to stern. Some of his work was even published in the Army newspaper. After his time in the Army had end, Walt Disney returned to Kansas City at 18 years old with the goal of becoming a newspaper artist. His brother, Roy, got him a job at Pesmen-Rubin Art Studio, where he met Ub Iwerks, fellow cartoonist there. Not even a year had passed when sharp decline in revenue pushed Walt Disney out of the job, justification being he lacked imagination.

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Early Career in Kansas City

In 1908, Herbert and Raymond decided they had had enough of farming, and of their fathers insistence that they use any extra money they could earn to help support their family. Now 16 and 18 grow men by standards of time, they depart for better times in Chicago. In fall of 1909, Walt started at brand-New Park School in Marceline. But he wasnt to be there long. In the fall of 1910, Elias contracted typhoid and almost die. He recover, slowly, but knew he couldnt keep the farm afloat. So the farm was sold for 5 175, and the family moved to Kansas City in the summer of 1911. Paradise lose. In Kansas City, Eli in Kansas City, Elias buy newspaper route. Walt and Roy were his staff, and he imbued in them drive for perfectionism. Walt rise at 3: 30 am and was required to place every piece paper behind customers ' storm door not out on the lawn like other newsboys.$MERGE_SPACE In winter, crawling up icy steps with heavy bags of paper more than once drove Walt to cold tears. As a result, Walts schooling was characterized by intermittently successful efforts to stay awake. Occasionally, though, he surprised his teachers. In fifth grade, he memorized the Gettysburg Address, came to school dressed as Lincoln, and performed for every class in school. He loves theatrics and studies Charlie Chaplin movies for tips on performing. He and his buddy, Walt Pfeiffer, work up little skits to act out at amateur-night competitions. Talent for Art also clearly emerge, and Walt drew his own versions of Maggie and Jiggs, popular comic strip. Elias has often been described as a neer-do-well who bounces from job to job. In fact, his newspaper route was very successful, and he began investing money in a jelly firm in Chicago, OZell Company. OZell planned to produce bottled carbonate beverage, and Elias was convinced that such drinks had a big future. So he sold paper route, increased his investment in the factory to 16 000, and became head of companys plant construction and maintenance. This, of course, requires moving to Chicago. Unfortunately, executives in charge were less than honest, and OZell didnt last very long. When Walts folks leave for Chicago, they choose to stay behind for summer. He lived in the family house with Roy and his oldest brother, Herbert, who by now was married and had a two-year-old daughter, Dorothy. N = center > Walt Returns to Chicago Roy decided that it would be educational for Walt to have a summer job selling newspapers, candy, fruit, and soda on the Santa Fe Railroad. Walt loves uniform, trains, candy, and the chance to see the country. He pays scant attention to the business end of enterprise, however, and winds up losing money. Walt didnt mind. He never does anything for money. At summer end, he joined his family in Chicago, where he attends McKinley High School.

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The Walt Disney Studio

Disney and his brother Roy moved to Hollywood with cartoonist Ub Iwerks in 1923, and there Three begin Disney Brothers' Cartoon Studio. The company soon change its name to Walt Disney Studios, at Roys suggestion. Walt Disney Studios ' first deal was with New York distributor Margaret Winkler, to distribute their Alice cartoons. They also invented a character called Oswald Lucky Rabbit and contract shorts at 1 500 each. In the late 1920s, studios broke from their distributors and created cartoons featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends. In December 1939, new campus for Walt Disney Animation Studios was opened in Burbank. In 1941, a setback for the company occurred when Disney animators went on strike. Many of them resign. It will be years before the company fully recover. One of Disney Studios ' most popular cartoons, Flowers and Trees, was the first to be produced in color and to win an Oscar. In 1933, Three Little Pigs and its title song who's Afraid of Big Bad Wolf? Become theme for a country in the midst of the Great Depression.

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Legacy

On December 15 1966, Animation legend Walt Disney died from complications of lung cancer, for which he had undergone surgery just over a month earlier. A private funeral was held the next day, and on December 17, his body was cremated and inter at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. But while Disney undoubtedly live on through the legacy of beloved feature films and Theme Parks that comprise much of his life work, shortly after his death, rumor began to circulate that he might be living on in a more literal sense as well, with his body suspended in a frozen state and bury deep beneath Pirates of Caribbean ride at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, awaiting day when medical technology would be advance enough to reanimate animator.


Who Was Walt Disney?

Disney produces more than 100 feature films. His first full-length animated film was Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, which premiered in Los Angeles on December 21 1937. It produces unimaginable 1. 499 million, in spite of the Great Depression, and won eight Oscars. This lead Walt Disney Studios to complete another string of full-length animated films over the next five years. During the mid-1940s, Disney created packaged features, groups of shorts strung together to run at feature length. By 1950, he was once again focusing on animated features. Disney's last major success that he produced himself was the motion picture Mary Poppins, which came out in 1964 and mixed live action and animation. Pinocchio Fantasia Dumbo Bambi, Cinderella Treasure Island, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady and Tramp, Sleeping Beauty 101 Dalmatians

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Early life

Over years, proponents of this seemingly absurd rumor have cited secrecy surrounding Disneys ' death and burial as evidence of its veracity. They claim that news of his passing was intentionally delayed in order to give his handlers time to place his body in cryonic suspension and that both his funeral and the actual location of his burial plot have been kept secret as a means of further concealing the truth of his interment. Disneys lifelong interest in the future, projects such as his EPCOT Center and technical innovations for which he was known throughout his career would no doubt have lent rumor certain air of truth, while Time magazine article about cryonic freezing of 73-year-old psychology professor also lends its weight. Assertions of two separate biographies of Disney, Leonard Moselys Disneys World and Marc Eliots Walt Disney: Hollywoods Dark Prince, which claim that obsession with death led Disney to interest in cryonics, surely do their part to perpetuate it through years as well.

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First animated cartoons

Walt Disney arrived in California in the summer of 1923 with a lot of hopes but little else. He had Make Cartoon in Kansas City about Little Girl in Cartoon World, Call Alices Wonderland, and he decided that he could use it as his pilot Film to sell series of these Alice Comedies to distributor. Soon after arriving in California, he was successful. The Distributor in New York, M. J. Winkler, contracted to distribute Alice Comedies on October 16 1923, and this date become start of the Disney Company. Originally known as Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, with Walt Disney and his brother, Roy, as equal partners, company soon changed its name, at the Roys ' suggestion, to Walt Disney Studio. Walt Disney Make his Alice Comedies for Four Years, but in 1927, he decided to move instead to All-Cartoon series. To star in this new series, he created a character named Oswald Lucky Rabbit. Within a year, Walt Make 26 of these Oswald cartoons, but when he tried to get some additional money from his distributor for the second year of cartoons, he found out that the distributor had gone behind his back and signed up almost all of his animators, hoping to make Oswald cartoons in his own Studio for less money without Walt Disney. On rereading his contract, Walt realized that he did not own rights to Oswaldthe distributor. It was a painful lesson for a young cartoon producer to learn. From then on, he saw to it that he owned everything that he Make. The original Disney Studio had been in the back half of a real estate office on Kingswell Avenue in Hollywood, but soon Walt had enough money to move next door and rent the whole store for his Studio. That small studio was sufficient for a couple of years, but the company eventually outgrown it, and Walt had to look elsewhere. He found the ideal piece of property on Hyperion Avenue in Hollywood, built Studio, and in 1926, moved his staff to a new facility. It was at Hyperion Studio, after the loss of Oswald, that Walt had to come up with a new character, and that character was Mickey Mouse. With his chief animator, Ub Iwerks, Walt designed the famous Mouse and gave him a personality that endears him to all. Ub animated two Mickey Mouse cartoons, but Walt was unable to sell them because they were silent films, and sound was revolutionizing the movie industry. So, they Make third Mickey Mouse Cartoon, this time with fully synchronized sound, and Steamboat Willie opened to rave reviews at the Colony Theater in New York on November 18 1928. The cartoon star, Mickey Mouse, was born. The new characters were immediately popular, and, lengthy series of Mickey Mouse cartoons follow. Not one to rest on his laurels, Walt Disney soon produced another seriesthe Silly Symphoniesto go With Mickey series.


Who Was Walt Disney?

In 1925, Disney hired an ink-and-paint artist named Lillian Bounds. After brief courtship, couple marry. Disney and Lillian Bounds had two children. Diane Disney Miller, born in 1933, was the couple's only biological daughter. They adopt Sharon Disney Lund shortly after her birth in 1936. Diane and her husband, Ronald Miller, had seven children: Christopher, Joanna, Tamara, Walter, Jennifer, Patrick, and Ronald Miller Jr. Sharon and her first husband, Robert Brown, adopted a daughter, Victoria Disney. Sharon's second husband, Bill Lund, was a real estate developer who scouted 27 000 acres in Orlando that become Disney World. Their twins, Brad and Michelle, were born in 1970. Sharon's side of the family became embroiled in controversy after her death in 1993, when her trust became available to her three children. The Trust includes a caveat that allowed her ex-husband Bill Lund and sister Diane to withhold funds if they could show that Sharon's children couldnt properly manage money. This led to accusations of conspiracy and mental incompetence, insinuations of incest, and an ugly two-week-long battle of trial in December 2013.

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Major films and television productions

Walt Disney signs a contract to produce a series of Alice Comedies for MJ Winkler, beginning Disney Bros. With His Brother, Roy, in 1923. Disney Bros. Cartoon Studio changed its name to Walt Disney Studio in 1926 when it moved to Hyperion Avenue. A year later, Oswald Lucky Rabbit debuts. In 1928, Walt lost the Oswald Lucky Rabbit series contract to Universal Pictures. That same year, having experienced the loss of character he didn't own, Walt, His Brother Roy, and Ub Iwerks created Mickey and Minnie Mouse characters. Mickey Mouse debuted that same year in Plane Crazy, and Steamboat Willy became the first synchronized Sound Cartoon. 16 1929, Walt Disney Studio is changed to Walt Disney Productions Ltd., And Three other Disney companies are form: Walt Disney Enterprises, Disney Film Recording Company, and Liled Realty and Investment Company. The same year, Skeleton Dance, first of the Silly Symphonies series, debuts. In 1930, Disney Productions' Distribution moved to Columbia Pictures. In 1932, Disney Productions' Distribution moved from Columbia Pictures to United Artists. The same year, Walt Disney won an Academy Honorary Award for his creation of Mickey Mouse at 5 Academy Awards. Piece from the Silly Symphonies series, Flowers and Trees, won the Academy Award for Best animated Short Film. It was also the first Technicolor Cartoon. Mickey's Revue was released that same year as well. In 1933, Three Little Pigs won an Academy Award for Best animated Short Film. A year later, in 1934, Donald Duck is introduced as a character in the Film Wise Little Hen. And Tortoise and Hare won an Academy Award for Best animated Short Film. In 1936, Disney Distribution moved once again, from United Artists to RKO Radio Pictures. Walt Disney's first full-length Animated Feature Film, Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, was released in 1937. It won an Academy Honorary Award in 1938. In 1938, Walt Disney Enterprises, Disney Film Recording Company, Liled Realty and Investment Company and Walt Disney Productions, Ltd., All merged to form Walt Disney Productions. Two years later, in 1940, Studio moved officially to Burbank, Calif., And became a publicly traded company. Also, Pinocchio won Academy Awards for Best Original Song and Best Original Score. In 1941, Fantasia won two Academy Honorary Awards. But also that year, bitter animators' strike occur. Dumbo wins Academy Award for Best Scoring in a Musical Picture. Studio began making propaganda films to boost US morale during World War II. But by 1944, company found itself short on funds, and re-releases Snow White, which not only generated much-need revenue but also began pattern of re-releasing of Animated Feature Films. In 1945, Three Caballeros was released as the first live action combined with Disney cartoons. In 1946, Song of South and Make Mine Music were release. Song of the South won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and an Academy Honorary Award in 1947.


Who Was Walt Disney?

Disney's 17 million Disneyland theme park opened on July 17 1955, in Anaheim, California, in what was once an orange grove. Actor Ronald Reagan presided over activities. After a tumultuous opening day involving several mishaps, site became known as a place where children and their families could explore, enjoy rides and meet Disney characters. In very short time, park had increased its investment tenfold, and was entertaining tourists from around the world. The original site had attendance ups and downs over years. Disneyland has expanded its rides over time and branched out globally with Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida, and parks in Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Sister property California Adventure opened in Los Angeles in 2001.

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1901-1919: Childhood

Walt Disney was born on December 5 1901, in Chicago, Illinois to Elias Disney and Flora Call. He was named after his father's close friend, Walter Parr, minister. Paul Congregational Church. In 1906, his family moved to a farm near Marceline, Missouri. The family sold the farm in 1909 and lived in a rented house until 1910 when they moved to Kansas City. Disney was nine years old at the time. According to Kansas City Public School District Records, Disney began attending Benton Grammar School in 1911, and graduated on June 8, 1917. During this time, Disney also enrol in classes at Chicago Art Institute. He left school at the age of sixteen and became a volunteer Ambulance driver in World War I after he changed his birth certificate to show his year of birth as 1900 in order to be able to enlist in service. He served as a member of the American Red Cross Ambulance Force in France until 1919.


Who Was Walt Disney?

Walt Disney's name has not always been synonymous with childhood. In the 1930s, his work was seen as populist and avant-garde. It was considered populist because, three decades earlier, he had been born into poverty, and his cartoons had simple outlines of folk art. Disney's cartoons were considered avant-garde because cinema was a new art form, and at this time when photography still had only dubious claims to artistry and live-action motion pictures could be seen merely as moving photographs, animated cartoons could make greater claim to artistry. The preeminent name in the art of animation-thanks To Mickey Mouse, Silly Symphonies, and Three Little Pigs-was Walt Disney. Early in his career, Disney was both a popular success and a darling of intellectuals. Between 1932 and 1941, his work won thirteen Academy Awards, and he was granted honorary degrees by Yale and Harvard. Philosopher Mortimer adler rhapsodizes about Disney's greatness, as does Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein; French filmmaker Ren e Clair Call his artistry sublime; artist David Low Call him the most significant graphic artist since Leonardo. FILM historian Lewis Jacobs refers to Disney as most acclaim of current directors: Disney's willingness to plow profits into new technology and to take financial risks to achieve desired effects was, for Jacobs, sign of artistic integrity-not, as it would later be construe, entrepreneurial savvy. Disney's audience includes both young and old. Critics often praise his films for addressing young, old, indeed artists, intellectuals, children, workers, and everyday people all world over, To quote Atlantic Monthly in 1940. Consider Disney merchandise of the 1930s, which includes not just Mickey Mouse dolls but also ashtrays, beer trays, negligees, and Donald Duck Coffee. The name Disney is synonymous with children's entertainment. Disney movies, television shows, and animated characters help create some of the happiest and most magical childhood memories. Disney is Also name of the founder of the movie picture empire: Walt Disney, visionary who in 1923 formed Walt Disney Productions and began producing experimental animated short films. Little do he imagine that this modest beginning would evolve into an entertainment INDUSTRY giant that would create classic animated short subjects and features, live-action films and television seriesand even spawn fantasy-oriented theme parks. The first Disney series was Call Alice in Cartoonland and mixed live-action and animation. Among individual titles in the series were Alice's Wild West Show, Alice's Egg Plant, and Alice Chops Suey. In 1927, Disney and Ub Iwerks, fellow animator and special-effects wizard, created a series of short films based on the character name Oswald Rabbit. Following year, they conjure up Mickey Mouse, character who is most closely associated with Disneyand creation that put Disney on the HOLLYWOOD map. Plane Crazy and Gallopin' Gaucho, first two Mickey Mouse cartoons, were silent. Next, Steamboat Willie, was a talkie, with Disney himself providing Mickey's trademark squeaky voice.

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1920-1936: Early years in animation

Date of Birth: December 5 1901 Place of Birth: Hermosa, Chicago Claim to Fame: founder, Laugh-OGram Films, Inc.; Founder, Walt Disney Co. Spouse: Lillian Disney Date of Death: December 15 1966 Place of Death: Burbank, California Cause of Death: lung cancer Final Resting Place: Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles When strolling through Disneyland or Walt Disney World, few visitors would remember that Walt Disney first started his Animation career in Kansas City, Missouri. On May 23 1922, Disney pursued that dream as he opened his First Studio at 1127 East 31 Street. The business, name Laugh-OGram Films, Inc., Fail dismally. Nonetheless, many enthusiasts fondly recall the story of Disney's inglorious first corporate venture in Kansas City. Born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1901, Walter Elias Disney moved with his family to Marceline, Missouri, at the age of five. In 1910 or 1911, Disney family moved to Kansas City, where Walt helped his father and brother deliver Kansas City Star newspapers at 3: 30. Am During these years, Walt attended Benton School and occasionally took classes at Kansas City Art Institute. After returning to Chicago and stint serving in the Red Cross in Europe immediately following World War I, Disney came back to Kansas City, where he was hired by an advertising agency named Kansas City Film Ad Company. Using movie camera borrowed from Ad agency, Disney and a few friends, experiment with animations in the family garage. Disney and his friends created Laugh-OGrams, which were very short silent Animation clips that complement feature films at Newman Theater in Kansas City. The target audience for First Laugh-OGram was local, as it parody recent scandal in the Kansas City police department. The modest success of Laugh-OGrams made Disney a locally-recognize entertainer. He uses his new-find influence to bring together small groups of employees, to make an animated version of little Red Riding Hood. When they completed this longer cartoon, Disney boldly decided to open their own studio at the age of 20. Several locals who were encouraged by his early success invested 15 000 in Laugh-OGram Films, Inc., Which gained legal status on May 23 1922. Studio opened on the second floor of the small McConahy Building on 31 Street. It employs Walt Disney and four other regularly-pay employees. Laugh-OGram Films quickly attained 11 100 contract from a company named Pictorial Clubs to produce a cartoon series. Unfortunately, Pictorial Clubs failed to pay more than 100 down payment, and Disney's Company quickly became insolvent. In July 1923, after just more than a year of existence, Laugh-OGram Films went bankrupt. Walt Disney depart for Los Angeles in hopes of greener pastures. Despite the failure of Disney's first venture, Laugh-OGram Films was the starting point for his future success. Just before the company went bankrupt, Disney began a Cartoon Call Alice's Wonderland, based on Lewis Carroll's children's story, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Disney completed and uses this cartoon to establish a reputation in Los Angeles.

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