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Disney: The Story Of Our Friend From Cradle To The Giant Of Today

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We all know about Disneyland, the tourist destination we wish to go and we all have at least heard the name of Walt Disney at least once. This is the story about how the vision of one man panned into a giant empire.
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The story of Disney

Walt and his brother Roy started the company with the name Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio on October 16, 1923, which is even before India got its independence. They began by producing films and distributing them and later also launched their famous characters.

The friend of every 90s kid, the Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck. Leading with these, they founded many more branches as the company grew. These included Marvel Entertainment, Lucasfilm, ABC, Pixar Animation Studios, and ESPN to name a few.

It won its first Academy Award for Best Cartoon and the lead was followed with many successes in the fictional category. The company also holds the rights of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves which was the then highest-grossing film of its time.

Walt and his vision for the company proved right in today’s time with the empire expanding through every nook and corner of the globe. He was an animator, writer, voice actor, and film producer all at once. Some of the inspiring quotes he famously said-

All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.
It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
The company further on has also purchased big-tech groups like the YouTube content producer Maker Studios. This studio became the Disney Digital Network. In 2019, they had plans to launch their own digital streaming network. And now we have the OTT streaming platform called Disney+.
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