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Walt Disney was on top of the world. At 26 the fiercely determined, relentlessly optimistic movie director, who still  looked so young he wore a mustache and carried a pipe to appear sophisticated, had come to New York to celebrate his new movie series featuring the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He even brought along his wife, Lillian.

Walt was finally ready to cash in on the success he had been seeking his entire life, but unbeknownst to him, he was about to receive the biggest blow of his career.

The way he responded led to a defining moment in American popular culture and created a signature lesson for entrepreneurs: How you handle defeat is even more important than how you handle success.

Walter Elias Disney ( / ˈ d ɪ z n i / ; [1] December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry , he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons . As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award , among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress .

In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland . To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club ; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair , the 1960 Winter Olympics , and the 1964 New York World's Fair . In 1965, he began development of another theme park, Disney World , the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the " Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow " (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before either the park or the EPCOT project were completed.

In May 1921, the success of the "Laugh-O-Grams" led to the establishment of Laugh-O-Gram Studio , for which he hired more animators, including Fred Harman's brother Hugh , Rudolf Ising and Iwerks. [32] The Laugh-O-Grams cartoons did not provide enough income to keep the company solvent, so Disney started production of Alice's Wonderland ‍—‌based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ‍—‌which combined live action with animation; he cast Virginia Davis in the title role . [33] The result, a 12-and-a-half-minute, one-reel film, was completed too late to save Laugh-O-Gram Studio, which went into bankruptcy in 1923. [34]

Walt Disney was on top of the world. At 26 the fiercely determined, relentlessly optimistic movie director, who still  looked so young he wore a mustache and carried a pipe to appear sophisticated, had come to New York to celebrate his new movie series featuring the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He even brought along his wife, Lillian.

Walt was finally ready to cash in on the success he had been seeking his entire life, but unbeknownst to him, he was about to receive the biggest blow of his career.

The way he responded led to a defining moment in American popular culture and created a signature lesson for entrepreneurs: How you handle defeat is even more important than how you handle success.

Walter Elias Disney ( / ˈ d ɪ z n i / ; [1] December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry , he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons . As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award , among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress .

In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland . To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club ; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair , the 1960 Winter Olympics , and the 1964 New York World's Fair . In 1965, he began development of another theme park, Disney World , the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the " Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow " (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before either the park or the EPCOT project were completed.

In May 1921, the success of the "Laugh-O-Grams" led to the establishment of Laugh-O-Gram Studio , for which he hired more animators, including Fred Harman's brother Hugh , Rudolf Ising and Iwerks. [32] The Laugh-O-Grams cartoons did not provide enough income to keep the company solvent, so Disney started production of Alice's Wonderland ‍—‌based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ‍—‌which combined live action with animation; he cast Virginia Davis in the title role . [33] The result, a 12-and-a-half-minute, one-reel film, was completed too late to save Laugh-O-Gram Studio, which went into bankruptcy in 1923. [34]

Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse (also The Floyd Gottfredson Library ) is a series of books collecting the span of work by Floyd Gottfredson on the daily Mickey Mouse comic strip . [2] The strips are reproduced from Disney proof sheets and artwork from private collections. [ citation needed ]

Gottfredson's run on Mickey Mouse lasted until 1975. In the earlier years, which are the focus of this series, it was a humorous adventure strip—as was common at the time—but in the later years became gag-focused, [6] as most strips did as comic strips continued to shrink in size throughout the latter half of the 20th century. [ citation needed ]

These books are the first time Gottfredson's work has been collected in North America, although they've previously been collected in the 1980s in Germany as The Complete Daily Strip Adventures of Mickey Mouse 1930–1955 [7] and more recently in Italy as Gli anni d'oro di Topolino . [8] [9]

Walt Disney was on top of the world. At 26 the fiercely determined, relentlessly optimistic movie director, who still  looked so young he wore a mustache and carried a pipe to appear sophisticated, had come to New York to celebrate his new movie series featuring the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He even brought along his wife, Lillian.

Walt was finally ready to cash in on the success he had been seeking his entire life, but unbeknownst to him, he was about to receive the biggest blow of his career.

The way he responded led to a defining moment in American popular culture and created a signature lesson for entrepreneurs: How you handle defeat is even more important than how you handle success.

Walter Elias Disney ( / ˈ d ɪ z n i / ; [1] December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry , he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons . As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award , among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress .

In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland . To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club ; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair , the 1960 Winter Olympics , and the 1964 New York World's Fair . In 1965, he began development of another theme park, Disney World , the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the " Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow " (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before either the park or the EPCOT project were completed.

In May 1921, the success of the "Laugh-O-Grams" led to the establishment of Laugh-O-Gram Studio , for which he hired more animators, including Fred Harman's brother Hugh , Rudolf Ising and Iwerks. [32] The Laugh-O-Grams cartoons did not provide enough income to keep the company solvent, so Disney started production of Alice's Wonderland ‍—‌based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ‍—‌which combined live action with animation; he cast Virginia Davis in the title role . [33] The result, a 12-and-a-half-minute, one-reel film, was completed too late to save Laugh-O-Gram Studio, which went into bankruptcy in 1923. [34]

Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse (also The Floyd Gottfredson Library ) is a series of books collecting the span of work by Floyd Gottfredson on the daily Mickey Mouse comic strip . [2] The strips are reproduced from Disney proof sheets and artwork from private collections. [ citation needed ]

Gottfredson's run on Mickey Mouse lasted until 1975. In the earlier years, which are the focus of this series, it was a humorous adventure strip—as was common at the time—but in the later years became gag-focused, [6] as most strips did as comic strips continued to shrink in size throughout the latter half of the 20th century. [ citation needed ]

These books are the first time Gottfredson's work has been collected in North America, although they've previously been collected in the 1980s in Germany as The Complete Daily Strip Adventures of Mickey Mouse 1930–1955 [7] and more recently in Italy as Gli anni d'oro di Topolino . [8] [9]

Walter Elias "Walt" Disney was born on December 5, 1901, in Hermosa, Illinois. He and his brother Roy co-founded Walt Disney Productions, which became one of the best-known motion-picture production companies in the world. Disney was an innovative animator and created the cartoon character Mickey Mouse. He won 22 Academy Awards during his lifetime, and was the founder of theme parks Disneyland and Walt Disney World.

Walt Disney was one of five children, four boys and a girl. His father was Elias Disney, an Irish-Canadian, and his mother, Flora Call Disney, was German-American.

Disney lived most of his childhood in Marceline, Missouri, where he began drawing, painting and selling pictures to neighbors and family friends. In 1911, his family moved to Kansas City, where Disney developed a love for trains. His uncle, Mike Martin, was a train engineer who worked the route between Fort Madison, Iowa and Marceline. Later, Disney would work a summer job with the railroad, selling snacks and newspapers to travelers.

Walt Disney was on top of the world. At 26 the fiercely determined, relentlessly optimistic movie director, who still  looked so young he wore a mustache and carried a pipe to appear sophisticated, had come to New York to celebrate his new movie series featuring the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He even brought along his wife, Lillian.

Walt was finally ready to cash in on the success he had been seeking his entire life, but unbeknownst to him, he was about to receive the biggest blow of his career.

The way he responded led to a defining moment in American popular culture and created a signature lesson for entrepreneurs: How you handle defeat is even more important than how you handle success.