Fun facts about walt disney
Walt Disney World by Laurie Flanneryhmm. not impressed with this one. while i appreciate the fact that laurie flannery clearly loves disney and did her best to pick some interesting facts about the World, i found myself a little bored by reading this.
most probably this is due to the fact that most of these facts i already knew and had heard multiple times over. but then some of the facts were just kind of...lacking in oomph i guess. as in, not interesting.
for example, im not super into measurements and she spent a great deal of time on how tall this thing is and what the diameter of that thing is and im just like ??.
i definitely learned like one or two cool things though, for example, to deter birds from coming into future world at epcot and being a nuisance with their nest building etc etc, disney plays a bird in distress call so that nearby birds will be less likely to want to make a home there. (side note: once i rescued a poor hurt bird that was on the line outside for spaceship earth. people were actually kicking at him and he couldnt really fly well. so i came in like a bat out of hell and he hopped onto my legs and i scooped him up, and with the help of a cast member, brought him backstage to a nice group of trees/bushes.)
all in all, not a bad read per se, but for me it was boring and repetitive since i knew most of this stuff already. so for this reason i wouldnt recommend this book to a disney aficionado, but then again i wouldnt recommend it to a newbie either because its kind of boring...idk. ????
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Walter Elias Disney was an American Businessman, animator, voice actor and producer who was a pioneer of the American Animation Industry. He is best-known as the creator of the beloved animated character Mickey Mouse, and as the founder of the Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks. At age 16, Walt Disney dropped out of school in hopes of joining the army. He was rejected for being too young, but did find work as an ambulance driver with the French Red Cross. The venture quickly went bankrupt.
2. Walt Disney’s animation studio was first called “Disney Brothers Studio”
Walt Disney began developing his skills as a cartoonist as a young kid. Stuck on a farm in Missouri, he didn't have many subjects, but delighted in drawing cartoon pictures of his neighbor's horses. - Walt Disney is probably one of the most influential Americans who ever lived.
Artist, producer, entrepreneur, and all-around game-changer Walt Disney was born on December 5, In honor of the man, not the corporation, here are 15 facts about his life. Walt later recalled that his brother Roy was in charge of the rope used to hoist him over the stage to simulate flying; it was just one of their many creative collaborations. But because he was just shy of the minimum age requirement of 17, he forged a different date on his birth certificate. He was sent to France in late , not long after the armistice was signed that ended the fighting. He still helped where he could, driving Red Cross officials and performing other tasks, before he was discharged in
Walt Disney at the age of 1, in Born in Chicago on December 5, , Walt Disney , the fourth of five children, moved with his family to a farm in Marceline, Missouri, when he was four. It was in Marceline—a small-town community Disney remembered as an adult as having been idylli—that he first received encouragement for his burgeoning interest in drawing, from both an aunt as well as a neighbor who was a retired doctor. In , his father sold the paper route and moved the family back to Chicago, where he was employed at a jelly and fruit juice company. He was sent to France in late , shortly after the signing of the armistice that ended the fighting.