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Walter Elias Disney, commonly known as Walt Disney, was a famous American film director and producer, cartoonist, businessman, voice actor, as well as a film editor. A cultural icon, Walt Disney rose to prominence when he co-founded a multinational mass media corporation called “The Walt Disney Company”. Founded in 1923, by Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney, the company grew up to encompass online media, radio, publishing and music, and became known for its family-oriented brands. One of “The Walt Disney Company’s” divisions, namely “The Walt Disney Studios”, is perhaps the best known film studio in the world and one of the major film studios in Hollywood nowadays. With over 166,000 employees, “The Walt Disney Studios” has 3 subsidiaries, such as “Lucasfilm”, “Pixar Animation Studio” and “The Muppets Studio”. In addition to that, the company purchased the rights to distribute films created by “Marvel Studio”, since they bought out the “Marvel Entertainment” company in 2009. Since then, “The Walt Disney Studios” has released such films as “Iron Man 3” with Robert Downey Jr and Gwyneth Paltrow, which became one of Marvel’s highest-grossing films, and “The Avengers”. Currently, “The Walt Disney Studios” is operated under Alan Horn, who is the chairman of the company, while “The Walt Disney Company” is run by Bob Iger, who serves as the Chairman and CEO.

Walt Disney Net Worth $5 Billion

It is estimated that the annual revenue from “The Walt Disney Company” amounts to as much as $45 billion. A well-known cartoonist and the founder of “The Walt Disney Company”, how rich is Walt Disney? According to sources, Walt’s net worth is estimated to be $5 billion, most of it coming from the revenue collected by his company.

Walt Disney was born in 1901, in Chicago, Illinois, and later his family moved out to Kansas City. While in Kansas, Disney studied at the Kansas City Art Institute. As a teenager, Disney moved back to Chicago, where he purchased shares in “O-Zell” company, in hopes of working there. Aside from that, Walt Disney attended McKinley High School, and then enrolled in Pesmen-Rubin Art Studio, where he met Ubbe Iwerks. Iwerks specialized in drawing cartoons, something Disney was interested in. Hence, the two decided upon starting their own company. “Iwerks-Disney” was founded in 1920, but it met with financial issues, as a result of which Disney had to work at “Kansas City Film Ad Company”.

As time passed, Disney’s interests changed from cartoons to animations, and he decided to become an animator instead. Two years later, he co-founded “Laugh-O-Gram” studio, which soon went bankrupt. It was with “Disney’s Brothers Studio”, currently known as “The Walt Disney Company” that he finally rose to prominence. Nowadays, Walt Disney is known for creating such remarkable cartoons as “Oswald the Lucky Rabbit”, “Mickey Mouse”, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, “Bambi” and “Alice in Wonderland” to name a few.

A well-known cartoonist, as well as a film director and producer, Walt Disney has an estimated net worth of $5 billion.


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Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Symposium on Popular Songs1962Short producer - uncredited
Cured Duck1945Short producer
Mickey's Orphans1931Short producer
Almost Angels1962producer
Hockey Homicide1945Short producer
Mickey Cuts Up1931Short producer
Big Red1962producer
No Sail1945Short producer
The Beach Party1931Short producer
Bon Voyage!1962producer
The Legend of Coyote Rock1945Short producer
The Fox Hunt1931Short producer
Moon Pilot1962producer - uncredited
Duck Pimples1945Short producer
The Barnyard Broadcast1931Short producer
Aquamania1961Short producer
Tuberculosis1945Documentary short producer
The Spider and the Fly1931Short producer
Babes in Toyland1961producer
Canine Casanova1945Short producer
The Clock Store1931Short producer
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog1961executive producer - uncredited
Californy er Bust1945Short producer
Fishin' Around1931Short producer
Donald and the Wheel1961Short producer
Donald's Crime1945Short producer
Egyptian Melodies1931Short producer
The Litterbug1961Short producer
African Diary1945Short producer
Blue Rhythm1931Short producer
The Parent Trap1961producer
The Eyes Have It1945Short producer
The Cat's Out1931Short producer
The Absent Minded Professor1961producer - uncredited
Dog Watch1945Short producer
Mickey Steps Out1931Short producer
The Saga of Windwagon Smith1961Short producer
The Clock Watcher1945Short producer
The Busy Beavers1931Short producer
101 Dalmatians1961producer
Tiger Trouble1945Short producer
The Delivery Boy1931Short producer
Donald Duck and his Companions1960producer
The Three Caballeros1944producer - uncredited
The China Plate1931Short producer
The Horse with the Flying Tail1960Documentary executive producer - uncredited
Donald's Off Day1944Short producer
The Moose Hunt1931Short producer
Swiss Family Robinson1960producer - uncredited
First Aiders1944Short producer
Mother Goose Melodies1931Short producer
Ten Who Dared1960producer
How to Play Football1944Short producer
The Castaway1931Short producer
Pollyanna1960producer - uncredited
The Plastics Inventor1944Short producer
Traffic Troubles1931Short producer
Kidnapped1960producer - uncredited
Springtime for Pluto1944Short producer
Birds of a Feather1931Short producer
Goliath II1960Short producer
Commando Duck1944Short producer
The Birthday Party1931Short producer
Noah's Ark1959Short producer
Contrary Condor1944Short producer
Playful Pan1930Short producer
Third Man on the Mountain1959producer - uncredited
Donald Duck and the Gorilla1944Short producer
Pioneer Days1930Short producer
How to Have an Accident at Work1959Short producer
How to Play Golf1944Short producer
Winter1930Short producer
Donald in Mathmagic Land1959Short producer - uncredited
Trombone Trouble1944Short producer
The Picnic1930Short producer
Disneyland '591959TV Movie documentary producer: Disneyland
How to Be a Sailor1944Short producer
The Gorilla Mystery1930Short producer
Grand Canyon1958Short documentary producer - uncredited
The Pelican and the Snipe1944Short producer
The Chain Gang1930Short producer
The Sign of Zorro1958executive producer - uncredited
British Torpedo Plane Tactics1943Documentary short producer
Monkey Melodies1930Short producer
White Wilderness1958Documentary executive producer
Pedro1943Short producer
Night1930Short producer
Paul Bunyan1958Short producer
Chicken Little1943Short producer
The Shindig1930Short producer
Ama Girls1958Documentary short executive producer
Home Defense1943Short producer
Midnight in a Toy Shop1930Short producer
The Light in the Forest1958producer
The Old Army Game1943Short producer
Arctic Antics1930Short producer
Annette1958TV Series producer
The Winged Scourge1943Documentary short producer
The Fire Fighters1930Short producer
Old Yeller1957executive producer - uncredited
Figaro and Cleo1943Short producer
Frolicking Fish1930Short producer
The Truth About Mother Goose1957Documentary short producer
Reason and Emotion1943Short producer
The Cactus Kid1930Short producer
Johnny Tremain1957producer - uncredited
Victory Vehicles1943Short producer
Fiddling Around1930Short producer
The Story of Anyburg U.S.A.1957Short producer
Victory Through Air Power1943Documentary producer - uncredited
Cannibal Capers1930Short producer
The Wetback Hound1957Short executive producer
Fall Out-Fall in1943Short producer
The Barnyard Concert1930Short producer
I'm No Fool Having Fun1956Short producer
Private Pluto1943Short producer
Autumn1930Short producer
Samoa1956Documentary short producer
The Flying Jalopy1943Short producer
Summer1930Short producer
Disneyland, U.S.A.1956Documentary short producer
Pluto and the Armadillo1943Short producer
Minnie's Yoo Hoo1930Short producer
Westward Ho, the Wagons!1956producer - uncredited
El Gaucho Goofy1943Short producer
The Merry Dwarfs1929Short producer - uncredited
You and Your Senses of Smell and Taste1956Short producer
Donald's Tire Trouble1943Short producer
The Haunted House1929Short producer
I'm No Fool in Water1956Short producer
Education for Death: The Making of the Nazi1943Short producer
Hell's Bells1929Short producer
A Cowboy Needs a Horse1956Short producer
The Spirit of '431943Short documentary producer
Jungle Rhythm1929Short producer
I'm No Fool as a Pedestrian1956Short producer
The Grain That Built a Hemisphere1943Documentary short producer
Springtime1929Short producer
You and Your Ears1956Short producer
Aquarela do Brasil1942Short producer
El terrible toreador1929Short producer
In the Bag1956Short producer
Der Fuehrer's Face1942Short producer
The Skeleton Dance1929Short producer
Jack and Old Mac1956Short producer
Bellboy Donald1942Short producer
Wild Waves1929Short producer
How to Have an Accident in the Home1956Short producer
How to Fish1942Short producer
The Jazz Fool1929Short producer
The Great Locomotive Chase1956executive producer - uncredited
Pluto at the Zoo1942Short producer
The Plowboy1929Short producer
Hooked Bear1956Short producer
Sky Trooper1942Short producer
Mickey's Follies1929Short producer
I'm No Fool with a Bicycle1956Short producer
How to Swim1942Short producer
Mickey's Choo-Choo1929Short producer
Chips Ahoy1956Short producer
The Olympic Champ1942Short producer
The Karnival Kid1929Short producer
Corky and White Shadow1956TV Series producer - uncredited
The Vanishing Private1942Short producer
The Barnyard Battle1929Short producer
I'm No Fool with Fire1955Short producer
How to Play Baseball1942Short producer
When the Cat's Away1929Short producer
You and Your Five Senses1955Short producer
Donald Duck Visits Lake Titicaca1942Short producer
The Opry House1929/IShort producer
You and Your Food1955Short producer
T-Bone for Two1942Short producer
The Barn Dance1929Short producer
You and Your Sense of Touch1955Short producer
Bambi1942producer - uncredited
The Gallopin' Gaucho1928Short producer
You the Human Animal1955Short producer
Out of the Frying Pan Into the Firing Line1942Short producer
Steamboat Willie1928Short producer
Men Against the Arctic1955Documentary short producer
Donald's Gold Mine1942Short producer
Plane Crazy1928Short producer
Up a Tree1955Short producer
Food Will Win the War1942Documentary short producer
Alice in the Big League1927Short producer
Beezy Bear1955Short producer
The Sleepwalker1942Short producer
Alice the Beach Nut1927Short producer
Bearly Asleep1955Short producer
Donald's Garden1942Short producer
Alice's Medicine Show1927Short producer
Dateline: Disneyland1955TV Special documentary executive producer
The Army Mascot1942Short producer
Alice in the Klondike1927Short producer
Music Land1955producer
Donald Gets Drafted1942Short producer
Alice's Channel Swim1927Short producer
Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier1955producer
Donald's Snow Fight1942Short producer
Alice's Picnic1927Short producer
Contrast in Rhythm1955Short producer
Symphony Hour1942Short producer
Alice's Knaughty Knight1927Short producer
Switzerland1955Documentary short producer
Stop That Tank!1942Documentary short producer - uncredited
Alice's Three Bad Eggs1927Short producer
No Hunting1955Short producer
Pluto Junior1942Short producer
Alice's Circus Daze1927Short producer
Johnnie Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet1954Short producer
Mickey's Birthday Party1942Short producer
Alice's Auto Race1927Short producer
Siam1954Documentary short producer
The New Spirit1942Documentary short producer
Alice in the Alps1927Short producer
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea1954producer - uncredited
The Village Smithy1942Short producer
Alice the Collegiate1927Short producer
Grand Canyonscope1954Short producer
All Together1942Short producer
Alice at the Rodeo1927Short producer
The Flying Squirrel1954Short producer
Donald's Decision1942Short producer
Alice at the Carnival1927Short producer
Social Lion1954Short producer
The Art of Self Defense1941Short producer
Alice Foils the Pirates1927Short producer
The Vanishing Prairie1954Documentary producer
7 Wise Dwarfs1941Short producer
Alice the Golf Bug1927Short producer
Grin and Bear It1954Short producer
Chef Donald1941Short producer - uncredited
Clara Cleans Her Teeth1926Short producer
Dragon Around1954Short producer
The Thrifty Pig1941Short producer
Alice the Lumberjack1926Short producer
Casey Bats Again1954Short producer - uncredited
The Art of Skiing1941Short producer - uncredited
Alice's Brown Derby1926Short producer
Pigs Is Pigs1954Short producer
Donald's Camera1941Short producer
Alice's Spanish Guitar1926Short producer
Two for the Record1954Short producer
Dumbo1941producer - uncredited
Alice Helps the Romance1926Short producer
The Lone Chipmunks1954Short producer
Lend a Paw1941Short producer
Alice Cuts the Ice1926Short producer
Stormy, the Thoroughbred1954executive producer
Old MacDonald Duck1941Short producer
Alice the Fire Fighter1926Short producer
Donald's Diary1954Short producer
Orphans' Benefit1941Short producer
Alice in the Wooly West1926Short producer
Spare the Rod1954Short producer
Truant Officer Donald1941Short producer
Alice in Slumberland1926Short producer
Canvas Back Duck1953Short producer
Early to Bed1941Short producer
Alice's Monkey Business1926Short producer
How to Sleep1953Short producer
The Nifty Nineties1941Short producer
Alice Charms the Fish1926Short producer
Working for Peanuts1953Short producer
Canine Caddy1941Short producer
Alice's Orphan1926Short producer
Ben and Me1953Short producer
A Good Time for a Dime1941Short producer
Alice's Little Parade1926Short producer
The Living Desert1953Documentary producer
Baggage Buster1941Short producer
Alice's Balloon Race1926Short producer
Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom1953Short producer
A Gentleman's Gentleman1941Short producer
Alice on the Farm1926Short producer
Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue1953executive producer - uncredited
Golden Eggs1941Short producer
Alice Rattled by Rats1925Short producer
Rugged Bear1953Short producer
The Little Whirlwind1941Short producer - uncredited
Alice Plays Cupid1925Short producer
Football Now and Then1953Short producer
Pluto's Playmate1941Short producer
Alice Chops the Suey1925Short producer
The New Neighbor1953Short producer
Timber1941Short producer
Alice's Tin Pony1925Short producer
The Sword and the Rose1953executive producer - uncredited
The Reluctant Dragon1941/Iproducer - uncredited
Alice Picks the Champ1925Short producer
How to Dance1953Short producer
Pantry Pirate1940Short producer
Alice Wins the Derby1925Short producer
Father's Week-end1953Short producer
Fire Chief1940Short producer
Alice Is Stage Struck1925Short producer
Don's Fountain of Youth1953Short producer
Goofy's Glider1940Short producer
Alice Loses Out1925Short producer
Melody1953Short producer
Fantasia1940producer - uncredited
Alice Solves the Puzzle1925Short producer
For Whom the Bulls Toil1953Short producer
Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip1940Short producer
Alice Gets Stung1925Short producer
The Simple Things1953Short producer
Window Cleaners1940Short producer
Alice the Toreador1925Short producer
Father's Day Off1953Short producer
Pluto's Dream House1940Short producer - uncredited
Alice Cans the Cannibals1925Short producer
The Alaskan Eskimo1953Documentary short producer
Donald's Vacation1940Short producer
Alice the Piper1924Short producer
Bear Country1953Short documentary producer
Put-Put Troubles1940Short producer
Alice and the Three Bears1924Short producer
Peter Pan1953producer
Bone Trouble1940Short producer
Alice Hunting in Africa1924Short producer
How to Be a Detective1952Short producer
Mr. Duck Steps Out1940Short producer
Alice and the Dog Catcher1924Short producer
Pluto's Christmas Tree1952Short producer
Billposters1940Short producer
Alice's Fishy Story1924Short producer
Two Weeks Vacation1952Short producer
Tugboat Mickey1940Short producer
Alice's Spooky Adventure1924Short producer
Trick or Treat1952Short producer
Donald's Dog Laundry1940Short producer
Alice's Day at Sea1924Short producer
Pluto's Party1952Short producer
The Riveter1940Short producer
Alice's Wonderland1923Short producer
The Little House1952Short producer
Pinocchio1940producer - uncredited
Martha1923Short producer
Uncle Donald's Ants1952Short producer
Officer Duck1939Short producer
Cinderella1922Short producer
Teachers Are People1952Short producer
The Autograph Hound1939Short producer
Tommy Tucker's Tooth1922Short producer
Water Birds1952Documentary short producer
Donald's Penguin1939Short producer
Puss in Boots1922Short producer
Two Gun Goofy1952Short producer
The Pointer1939Short producer
Goldie Locks and the Three Bears1922Short producer
Let's Stick Together1952Short producer
Sea Scouts1939Short producer
Jack the Giant Killer1922Short producer
Man's Best Friend1952Short producer
Beach Picnic1939Short producer
Jack and the Beanstalk1922Short producer
Two Chips and a Miss1952Short producer
Donald's Cousin Gus1939Short producer
The Four Musicians of Bremen1922Short producer
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men1952executive producer - uncredited
The Hockey Champ1939Short producer
Little Red Riding Hood1922/IIShort producer
Hello Aloha1952Short producer
Ugly Duckling1939Short producer
Lambert the Sheepish Lion1952Short producer - uncredited
Goofy and Wilbur1939Short producer
Donald Applecore1952Short producer - uncredited
The Practical Pig1939Short producer - uncredited
Father's Lion1952Short producer
Mickey's Surprise Party1939Short producer
Bee on Guard1951Short producer
Society Dog Show1939Short producer
No Smoking1951Short producer
Donald's Lucky Day1939Short producer
Out of Scale1951Short producer
The Standard Parade1939Documentary short producer
Fathers Are People1951Short producer
Mother Goose Goes Hollywood1938Short producer
Cold Turkey1951Short producer - uncredited
Ferdinand the Bull1938Short producer - uncredited
Get Rich Quick1951Short producer
Donald's Golf Game1938Short producer
R'coon Dawg1951Short producer
Farmyard Symphony1938Short producer
How to Catch a Cold1951Short producer
Brave Little Tailor1938Short producer - uncredited
Nature's Half Acre1951Documentary short producer
Mickey's Parrot1938Short producer
Alice in Wonderland1951producer - uncredited
The Whalers1938Short producer
Lucky Number1951Short producer
The Fox Hunt1938Short producer
Tomorrow We Diet!1951Short producer
Good Scouts1938Short producer
Test Pilot Donald1951Short producer
Polar Trappers1938Short producer - uncredited
Susie the Little Blue Coupe1951Short producer
Wynken, Blynken & Nod1938Short producer
Plutopia1951Short producer
Mickey's Trailer1938Short producer
Cold War1951Short producer - uncredited
Donald's Nephews1938Short producer
Corn Chips1951Short producer
Moth and the Flame1938Short producer
Home Made Home1951Short producer
Donald's Better Self1938Short producer
Dude Duck1951Short producer
Boat Builders1938Short producer
Cold Storage1951Short producer - uncredited
Self Control1938Short producer
Chicken in the Rough1951Short producer
Lonesome Ghosts1937Short producer
Lion Down1951Short producer
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs1937producer - uncredited
Operation Wonderland1951Documentary short executive producer
Donald's Ostrich1937Short producer
Out on a Limb1950Short producer
Pluto's Quin-puplets1937Short producer
Morris the Midget Moose1950Short producer
The Old Mill1937Short producer
Hold That Pose1950Short producer
Clock Cleaners1937Short producer
Bee at the Beach1950Short producer - uncredited
Hawaiian Holiday1937Short producer - uncredited
Camp Dog1950Short producer
Modern Inventions1937Short producer
Food for Feudin'1950Short producer
Little Hiawatha1937Short producer
Pests of the West1950Short producer
Mickey's Amateurs1937Short producer
Beaver Valley1950Documentary short producer
Woodland Café1937Short producer
Motor Mania1950Short producer
Moose Hunters1937Short producer
Treasure Island1950executive producer - uncredited
Magician Mickey1937Short producer
Puss Cafe1950Short producer
Don Donald1937Short producer
Primitive Pluto1950Short producer
The Worm Turns1937Short producer
Trailer Horn1950Short producer
More Kittens1936Short producer
Wonder Dog1950Short producer
Mother Pluto1936Short producer
Crazy Over Daisy1950Short producer
The Country Cousin1936Short producer
The Brave Engineer1950Short producer
Mickey's Elephant1936Short producer
Cinderella1950producer - uncredited
Three Blind Mouseketeers1936Short producer
Pluto and the Gopher1950Short producer
Donald and Pluto1936Short producer
Pluto's Heart Throb1950Short producer
Toby Tortoise Returns1936Short producer
Toy Tinkers1949Short producer - uncredited
Mickey's Circus1936Short producer
Slide Donald Slide1949Short producer
Alpine Climbers1936Short producer
Sheep Dog1949Short producer
Mickey's Rival1936Short producer
The Greener Yard1949Short producer
Moving Day1936Short producer
The Wind in the Willows1949Short producer - uncredited
Thru the Mirror1936Short producer
Goofy Gymnastics1949Short producer
Three Little Wolves1936Short producer
All in a Nutshell1949Short producer
Elmer Elephant1936Short producer
Hook, Lion and Sinker1949Short producer
Mickey's Grand Opera1936Short producer
Tennis Racquet1949Short producer
Orphans' Picnic1936Short producer
Honey Harvester1949Short producer
Mickey's Polo Team1936Short producer
Bubble Bee1949Short producer
Broken Toys1935Short producer
Winter Storage1949Short producer
Cock o' the Walk1935Short producer
Pluto's Sweater1949Short producer
Three Orphan Kittens1935Short producer
Sea Salts1949Short producer
Music Land1935Short producer
Pluto's Surprise Package1949Short producer
On Ice1935Short producer
Donald's Happy Birthday1949Short producer
Pluto's Judgement Day1935Short producer
Lion Around1949Short producer
Mickey's Fire Brigade1935Short producer
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow1949Short producer
Mickey's Garden1935Short producer
Tea for Two Hundred1948Short producer - uncredited
Who Killed Cock Robin?1935Short producer
Seal Island1948Documentary short producer
The Cookie Carnival1935Short producer
Mickey and the Seal1948Short producer
Water Babies1935Short producer
So Dear to My Heart1948producer
Mickey's Kangaroo1935Short producer
Three for Breakfast1948Short producer
The Robber Kitten1935Short producer
Soup's On1948Short producer
The Golden Touch1935Short producer
Pluto's Fledgling1948Short producer
Mickey's Service Station1935Short producer
Inferior Decorator1948Short producer
The Band Concert1935Short producer
Cat Nap Pluto1948Short producer
Mickey's Man Friday1935Short producer
The Trial of Donald Duck1948Short producer - uncredited
The Tortoise and the Hare1935Short producer
Pluto's Purchase1948Short producer
Two-Gun Mickey1934Short producer
Blame It on the Samba1948Short producer
The Dognapper1934Short producer
Bumble Boogie1948Short producer
The Goddess of Spring1934Short producer
Little Toot1948Short producer
Mickey Plays Papa1934Short producer
Melody Time1948producer - uncredited
Peculiar Penguins1934Short producer
Once Upon a Wintertime1948Short producer
Orphan's Benefit1934Short producer
Pecos Bill1948Short producer
The Flying Mouse1934Short producer
The Legend of Johnny Appleseed1948Short producer
Mickey's Steam Roller1934Short producer
Trees1948Short producer
The Wise Little Hen1934Short producer
Donald's Dream Voice1948Short producer
The Hot Choc-late Soldiers1934Short producer
Bone Bandit1948Short producer
Gulliver Mickey1934Short producer
Daddy Duck1948Short producer
The Big Bad Wolf1934Short producer - uncredited
Mickey Down Under1948Short producer
Funny Little Bunnies1934Short producer
Drip Dippy Donald1948Short producer
Playful Pluto1934Short producer
The Big Wash1948Short producer
Camping Out1934Short producer
They're Off1948Short producer
The Grasshopper and the Ants1934Short producer
Pluto's Blue Note1947Short producer
Shanghaied1934Short producer
Chip an' Dale1947Short producer
The China Shop1934Short producer
Mail Dog1947Short producer
The Night Before Christmas1933Short producer
Foul Hunting1947Short producer
Giantland1933Short producer
Mickey's Delayed Date1947Short producer
The Pet Store1933Short producer
Bongo1947Short producer
The Steeplechase1933Short producer
Mickey and the Beanstalk1947Short producer
The Pied Piper1933Short producer
Wide Open Spaces1947Short producer
Puppy Love1933Short producer
Bootle Beetle1947Short producer
Lullaby Land1933Short producer
Crazy with the Heat1947Short producer
Old King Cole1933Short producer
Donald's Dilemma1947Short producer
Mickey's Gala Premier1933Short producer
Clown of the Jungle1947Short producer
Mickey's Mechanical Man1933Short producer
Figaro and Frankie1947Short producer
The Mail Pilot1933Short producer
Clair de Lune2000Short producer
Straight Shooters1947Short producer
Three Little Pigs1933Short producer - uncredited
It's Tough to Be a Bird1969Documentary short producer
Rescue Dog1947Short producer
Father Noah's Ark1933Short producer
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day1968Short producer
Pluto's Housewarming1947Short producer
Ye Olden Days1933Short producer
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of ColorTV Series producer - 27 episodes, 1954 - 1968 executive producer - 7 episodes, 1954 - 1966
Pueblo Pluto1947Short producer
Mickey's Mellerdrammer1933Short producer
The Happiest Millionaire1967producer - uncredited
After You've Gone1946Short producer
Birds in the Spring1933Short producer
The Jungle Book1967producer - uncredited
All the Cats Join In1946Short producer
Mickey's Pal Pluto1933Short producer
Scrooge McDuck and Money1967Short producer
Blue Bayou1946Short producer
The Mad Doctor1933Short producer
EPCOT1967producer - uncredited
Double Dribble1946Short producer
Building a Building1933Short producer
Monkeys, Go Home!1967producer - uncredited
Song of the South1946producer
Mickey's Good Deed1932Short producer
The Fighting Prince of Donegal1966producer
Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive1946Short producer
Santa's Workshop1932Short producer
Follow Me, Boys!1966producer - uncredited
Defense Against Invasion1946Short producer
Babes in the Woods1932Short producer
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.1966producer - uncredited
The Story of Menstruation1946Short documentary producer - uncredited
Parade of the Award Nominees1932Short producer - uncredited
The Ugly Dachshund1966producer - uncredited
Bath Day1946Short producer
The Klondike Kid1932Short producer - uncredited
Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree1966Short producer
Lighthouse Keeping1946Short producer
The Wayward Canary1932Short producer
That Darn Cat!1965producer - uncredited
Dumb Bell of the Yukon1946Short producer
Touchdown Mickey1932Short producer
Goofy's Freeway Troubles1965Short producer
Casey at the Bat1946Short producer
Bugs in Love1932Short producer
The Monkey's Uncle1965executive producer - uncredited
Johnnie Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet1946Short producer
The Whoopee Party1932Short producer
Freewayphobia #11965Short producer - uncredited
Peter and the Wolf1946Short producer
King Neptune1932Short producer
Emil and the Detectives1964producer
The Martins and the Coys1946Short producer
Trader Mickey1932Short producer
Mary Poppins1964producer - uncredited
The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met1946Short producer
Mickey's Nightmare1932Short producer
The Moon-Spinners1964producer - uncredited
Wet Paint1946Short producer
Flowers and Trees1932Short producer
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress1964TV Series producer
The Purloined Pup1946Short producer
Just Dogs1932Short producer
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones1964producer
Donald's Double Trouble1946Short producer
Mickey in Arabia1932Short producer
The Sword in the Stone1963producer - uncredited
Squatter's Rights1946Short producer
Musical Farmer1932Short producer
Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow1963producer
In Dutch1946Short producer
The Bears and Bees1932Short producer
The Three Lives of Thomasina1963producer - uncredited
Sleepy Time Donald1946Short producer
Mickey's Revue1932Short producer
The Incredible Journey1963producer - uncredited
Pluto's Kid Brother1946Short producer
Barnyard Olympics1932Short producer
Summer Magic1963producer
A Knight for a Day1946Short producer
The Mad Dog1932Short producer
Savage Sam1963producer
The Cold-Blooded Penguin1945Short producer
The Grocery Boy1932Short producer
Yellowstone Cubs1963producer
The Flying Gauchito1945Short producer
The Duck Hunt1932Short producer
Miracle of the White Stallions1963producer
Old Sequoia1945Short producer
The Bird Store1932Short producer
Son of Flubber1963producer - uncredited
Canine Patrol1945Short producer
The Ugly Duckling1931Short producer

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Mickey Mouse Club1955-1958TV SeriesMickey Mouse
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1955TV SeriesMickey Mouse
Mickey's Delayed Date1947ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Fun & Fancy Free1947Mickey Mouse (voice)
Mickey and the Beanstalk1947ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
Squatter's Rights1946ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Pluto and the Armadillo1943ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Symphony Hour1942ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Birthday Party1942ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
All Together1942ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Lend a Paw1941ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Orphans' Benefit1941ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
The Nifty Nineties1941ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Canine Caddy1941ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
A Gentleman's Gentleman1941ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Little Whirlwind1941ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Reluctant Dragon1941/IWalt Disney (uncredited)
Fantasia1940Mickey Mouse (segment 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice') (voice, uncredited)
Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip1940ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Pluto's Dream House1940ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Tugboat Mickey1940ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Pointer1939ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Surprise Party1939ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Society Dog Show1939ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Brave Little Tailor1938ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Parrot1938ShortMickey Mouse / The Parrot (voice, uncredited)
The Whalers1938ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Fox Hunt1938ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Trailer1938ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Boat Builders1938ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Lonesome Ghosts1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Clock Cleaners1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Hawaiian Holiday1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Amateurs1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Moose Hunters1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Magician Mickey1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Worm Turns1937ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Elephant1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Circus1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Alpine Climbers1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Rival1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
Moving Day1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Thru the Mirror1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Grand Opera1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Orphans' Picnic1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Polo Team1936ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
On Ice1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Pluto's Judgement Day1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Fire Brigade1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Garden1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Kangaroo1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Service Station1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Man Friday1935ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
Two-Gun Mickey1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey Plays Papa1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Orphan's Benefit1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Steam Roller1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Hollywood Party1934Mickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Hot Choc-late Soldiers1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Gulliver Mickey1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Playful Pluto1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Camping Out1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Shanghaied1934ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Giantland1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Pet Store1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Steeplechase1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Puppy Love1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Gala Premier1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Mechanical Man1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
The Mail Pilot1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Ye Olden Days1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Mellerdrammer1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Pal Pluto1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Mad Doctor1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Building a Building1933ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Good Deed1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Santa's Workshop1932ShortElf (voice, uncredited)
The Klondike Kid1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Wayward Canary1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Touchdown Mickey1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Whoopee Party1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Trader Mickey1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Nightmare1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey in Arabia1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Musical Farmer1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Revue1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Barnyard Olympics1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Mad Dog1932ShortMickey Mouse / Dog-catcher (Peg-leg Pete) (voice, uncredited)
The Grocery Boy1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
The Duck Hunt1932ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Orphans1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey Cuts Up1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Beach Party1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice)
The Barnyard Broadcast1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Fishin' Around1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Blue Rhythm1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey Steps Out1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Delivery Boy1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Moose Hunt1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Castaway1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Traffic Troubles1931ShortMickey Mouse / Police officer / Dr. Pep (voice, uncredited)
The Birthday Party1931ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Pioneer Days1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Picnic1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Gorilla Mystery1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Chain Gang1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Shindig1930ShortMickey Mouse Horace Horsecollar (voice, uncredited)
The Fire Fighters1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Cactus Kid1930ShortMickey Mouse / Pegleg Pedro (voice, uncredited)
Fiddling Around1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Barnyard Concert1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Minnie's Yoo Hoo1930ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Haunted House1929ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Jungle Rhythm1929ShortMickey Mouse / Parrot (voice, uncredited)
Wild Waves1929ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Jazz Fool1929ShortMickey Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Plowboy1929ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse Horace Horsecollar (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Follies1929ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Choo-Choo1929ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Karnival Kid1929ShortMinnie Mouse (voice, uncredited)
The Barn Dance1929ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse Parrot ... (voice, uncredited)
The Gallopin' Gaucho1928ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse Pegleg Pete (voice, uncredited)
Steamboat Willie1928ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse Peg-Leg Pete ... (voice, uncredited)
Plane Crazy1928ShortMickey Mouse Minnie Mouse (voice, uncredited)
Alice's Fishy Story1924ShortAuto Driver
Alice's Wonderland1923Short

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Run, Appaloosa, Run1966presenter
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.1966presenter
The Ugly Dachshund1966presenter
That Darn Cat!1965presenter
The Monkey's Uncle1965presenter
Those Calloways1965presenter
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1954-1965TV Series presenter - 17 episodes
Emil and the Detectives1964presenter
Mary Poppins1964presenter
The Moon-Spinners1964presenter
The Tattooed Police Horse1964presenter
A Tiger Walks1964presenter
The Sword in the Stone1963presents
The Three Lives of Thomasina1963presenter
Summer Magic1963presenter
Son of Flubber1963presenter
A Symposium on Popular Songs1962Short presenter
In Search of the Castaways1962presenter
The Legend of Lobo1962presenter
Moon Pilot1962presenter
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog1961presenter
Nikki, Wild Dog of the North1961presenter
The Parent Trap1961presenter
The Absent Minded Professor1961presenter
The Horse with the Flying Tail1960Documentary presenter
Swiss Family Robinson1960presenter
Pollyanna1960presenter
Islands of the Sea1960Documentary short presenter
Kidnapped1960presenter
Toby Tyler, or Ten Weeks with a Circus1960presenter
Jungle Cat1959Documentary presenter
Mysteries of the Deep1959Documentary short presenter
Third Man on the Mountain1959presenter
Darby O'Gill and the Little People1959presenter
Eyes in Outer Space1959Documentary short presenter
The Shaggy Dog1959presenter
Sleeping Beauty1959presenter
Tonka1958presenter
Grand Canyon1958Short documentary presenter
The Sign of Zorro1958presenter
White Wilderness1958Documentary presenter
Old Yeller1957presenter
Niok1957Short presenter
Perri1957presenter
Johnny Tremain1957presenter
Westward Ho, the Wagons!1956presenter
Secrets of Life1956Documentary presenter
The Great Locomotive Chase1956presenter
The Littlest Outlaw1955presenter
The African Lion1955Documentary presenter
Lady and the Tramp1955presenter
Music Land1955presenter
Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier1955presenter
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea1954presenter
The Vanishing Prairie1954Documentary presenter
The Living Desert1953Documentary presenter
Prowlers of the Everglades1953Documentary short presenter
The Sword and the Rose1953presenter
Bear Country1953Short documentary presenter
Peter Pan1953presenter
Water Birds1952Documentary short presenter
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men1952presenter
The Olympic Elk1952Documentary short presenter
Nature's Half Acre1951Documentary short presenter
Alice in Wonderland1951presenter
Beaver Valley1950Documentary short presenter
Treasure Island1950presenter
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad1949presenter
The Window1949special arrangement: Bobby Driscoll role of "Tommy"
Seal Island1948Documentary short presenter
Melody Time1948presenter
Fun & Fancy Free1947presenter
Make Mine Music1946presenter
The Three Caballeros1944presenter
How to Play Football1944Short presenter
Victory Through Air Power1943Documentary presenter
Saludos Amigos1942Short presenter
Bambi1942presents
Chef Donald1941Short presenter
Sullivan's Travels1941producer: "Playful Pluto" - uncredited
The Art of Skiing1941Short presenter
Dumbo1941presenter
The Little Whirlwind1941Short presenter
The Reluctant Dragon1941/Ipresenter
Pinocchio1940presenter
The Pointer1939Short model: Mickey Mouse - uncredited
The Practical Pig1939Short presenter
Merbabies1938Short presenter
Ferdinand the Bull1938Short presenter
Polar Trappers1938Short presents
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs1937presenter
Michael O'Halloran1937cartoon sequence courtesy of
The Wise Little Hen1934Short presenter - as Mickey Mouse
The Big Bad Wolf1934Short presenter
Three Little Pigs1933Short presenter - as Mickey Mouse
Birds in the Spring1933Short presenter - as Mickey Mouse
Santa's Workshop1932Short presenter
The Merry Dwarfs1929Short presenter
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band1968presenter
Blackbeard's Ghost1968presenter
The Happiest Millionaire1967presenter
Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar1967presenter
The Jungle Book1967presenter
The Gnome-Mobile1967presenter
The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin1967presenter
Monkeys, Go Home!1967presenter
Follow Me, Boys!1966presenter

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Los comienzos de la animación1995Video documentary segment "Puss in Boots"
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress1964TV Series
The Golden Touch1935Short
The Hot Choc-late Soldiers1934Short
Night1930Short
The Cactus Kid1930Short uncredited
Fiddling Around1930Short uncredited
The Barnyard Concert1930Short uncredited
Minnie's Yoo Hoo1930Short uncredited
The Merry Dwarfs1929Short uncredited
The Haunted House1929Short uncredited
Jungle Rhythm1929Short uncredited
Springtime1929Short
El terrible toreador1929Short
The Skeleton Dance1929Short
The Jazz Fool1929Short
The Plowboy1929Short
The Karnival Kid1929Short
When the Cat's Away1929Short uncredited
The Opry House1929/IShort uncredited
The Barn Dance1929Short uncredited
Sky Scrappers1928Short
Hot Dog1928Short
Steamboat Willie1928Short uncredited
Sleigh Bells1928Short
Tall Timber1928Short
The Fox Chase1928Short
Poor Papa1928Short
Oh What a Knight1928Short
Plane Crazy1928Short
Hungry Hoboes1928Short
Ozzie of the Mounted1928Short
Ride 'Em Plowboy1928Short
Sagebrush Sadie1928Short
Bright Lights1928Short
Rival Romeos1928Short
Africa Before Dark1928Short
The Ol' Swimmin' Hole1928Short
Neck 'n' Neck1928Short
Harem Scarem1928Short
Rickety Gin1927Short
Empty Socks1927Short
The Banker's Daughter1927Short
The Ocean Hop1927Short
All Wet1927/IIShort
Great Guns1927/IShort
The Mechanical Cow1927Short
Oh Teacher1927Short
Trolley Troubles1927Short
Alice in the Big League1927Short
Alice the Beach Nut1927Short
Alice the Whaler1927Short
Alice's Medicine Show1927Short
Alice in the Klondike1927Short
Alice's Channel Swim1927Short
Alice's Picnic1927Short
Alice's Knaughty Knight1927Short
Alice's Three Bad Eggs1927Short
Alice's Circus Daze1927Short
Alice's Auto Race1927Short
Alice in the Alps1927Short
Alice the Collegiate1927Short
Alice at the Rodeo1927Short
Alice at the Carnival1927Short
Alice Foils the Pirates1927Short
Alice the Golf Bug1927Short
Alice the Lumberjack1926Short
Alice's Brown Derby1926Short
Alice's Spanish Guitar1926Short
Alice Helps the Romance1926Short
Alice Cuts the Ice1926Short
Alice the Fire Fighter1926Short
Alice in the Wooly West1926Short
Alice in Slumberland1926Short
Alice's Monkey Business1926Short
Alice Charms the Fish1926Short
Alice's Orphan1926Short
Alice's Mysterious Mystery1926Short
Alice's Little Parade1926Short
Alice's Balloon Race1926Short
Alice on the Farm1926Short
Alice in the Jungle1925Short
Alice Rattled by Rats1925Short
Alice Plays Cupid1925Short
Alice the Jail Bird1925Short
Alice Chops the Suey1925Short
Alice's Tin Pony1925Short
Alice Picks the Champ1925Short
Alice Wins the Derby1925Short
Alice Is Stage Struck1925Short
Alice Loses Out1925Short
Alice's Egg Plant1925Short
Alice Solves the Puzzle1925Short
Alice Gets Stung1925Short
Alice the Toreador1925Short
Alice Cans the Cannibals1925Short
Alice the Piper1924Short
Alice and the Three Bears1924Short
Alice Hunting in Africa1924Short
Alice Gets in Dutch1924Short
Alice the Peacemaker1924Short
Alice and the Dog Catcher1924Short
Alice's Fishy Story1924Short
Alice's Wild West Show1924Short
Alice's Spooky Adventure1924Short
Alice's Day at Sea1924Short
Alice's Wonderland1923Short
Martha1923Short
Cinderella1922Short
Tommy Tucker's Tooth1922Short
Puss in Boots1922Short
Goldie Locks and the Three Bears1922Short
Jack the Giant Killer1922Short
Jack and the Beanstalk1922Short
The Four Musicians of Bremen1922Short
Little Red Riding Hood1922/IIShort
Cleaning Up!!?1921Short
Did You Ever Take a Ride Over Kansas City Street 'In a Fliver'1921Short
Kansas City's Spring Clean-up1921Short
Kansas City Girls Are Rolling Their Own Now1921Short

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Disney Infinity 3.02015Video Game characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck
Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes2014Video Game characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck
Disney Princess Sing Along Songs: Enchanted Tea Party2005Video short
Land of Illusion1993Video Game characters
World of Illusion Starring Disney's Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck1992Video Game characters
QuackShot1991Video Game characters
Castle of Illusion1990Video Game characters
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.1966story - as Retlaw Yensid
The Mickey Mouse Club1955TV Series creator - 1 episode
Steamboat Willie1928Short uncredited
Sleigh Bells1928Short
Poor Papa1928Short
Trolley Troubles1927Short
Alice's Wonderland1923Short scenario
Jack the Giant Killer1922Short writer

Animation Department

Animation Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Servants' Entrance1934animation director: cartoon sequence
The Skeleton Dance1929Short animator - uncredited
Trolley Troubles1927Short animator
Alice Hunting in Africa1924Short animator
Alice and the Dog Catcher1924Short animator
Alice's Fishy Story1924Short animator
Alice's Wild West Show1924Short animator
Alice's Spooky Adventure1924Short animator
Alice's Day at Sea1924Short animator
Cinderella1922Short animator
Puss in Boots1922Short animator
Goldie Locks and the Three Bears1922Short animator
Jack and the Beanstalk1922Short animator
The Four Musicians of Bremen1922Short animator

Editor

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cleaning Up!!?1921Short animation
Did You Ever Take a Ride Over Kansas City Street 'In a Fliver'1921Short animation
Kansas City's Spring Clean-up1921Short animation
Kansas City Girls Are Rolling Their Own Now1921Short animation

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story2009Documentary performer: "There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow"
House of MouseTV Series lyrics - 1 episode, 2002 music - 1 episode, 2002

Camera Department

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Wonderful World of Disney2001TV Series camera operator - 1 episode
Saludos Amigos1942Short location photographer: 16 mm. - uncredited

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chi-Walt2016Short special thanks
Nanoman2015TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Kimbra's Wish: A Disney Tribute2015Video short dedicatee
Walt Before Mickey2015special thanks
Stripy2015Short in memory of
Variations on a High School Romance2010inspirational thanks
Animation Lookback2009TV Series documentary in memory of - 1 episode
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentary special thanks - as Walter Elias Disney
Artists of the Roundtable2008Video documentary special thanks
Shipwrecked Adventures of Donkey Ollie2007very special thanks
X-Men: Mutant Academy 22001Video Game thanks
Dieter & Andreas1989Short grateful acknowledgment
The Fred Waring Show1951TV Series our thanks to - 1 episode
If You Knew Susie1948acknowledgement: the part of Junior played by Bobby Driscoll courtesy of
Sabotage1936thanks: Cartoon sequence by arrangement with
Bird of Steel!special thanks filming

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Walt Disney2016TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1954-1967TV SeriesHimself - Host / Himself / Himself - Narrator
EPCOT1967Himself
The Jack Benny Hour1965TV SpecialWalt Disney
Donald's Fire Survival Plan1965ShortHimself
L'ami public numéro un1962TV SeriesHimself
Cinq colonnes à la une1962TV SeriesHimself
Cinépanorama1961TV Series documentaryHimself
Gala Day at Disneyland1960ShortHimself
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood1960TV Movie documentaryHimself
Alan Melville Takes You from A-Z1959TV SeriesHimself - representing the USA
Disneyland '591959TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
4 Artists Paint 1 Tree: A Walt Disney 'Adventure in Art'1958Documentary shortHimself - Narrator
The Ed Sullivan Show1953-1956TV SeriesHimself
Disneyland, U.S.A.1956Documentary shortHimself
What's My Line?1956TV SeriesHimself - Mystery Guest
Adventure in Dairyland1956TV SeriesHimself (1956) (uncredited)
The Colgate Comedy Hour1955TV SeriesHimself
Dateline: Disneyland1955TV Special documentaryHimself
The 27th Annual Academy Awards1955TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature and Accepting Best Special Effects Award
The Red Skelton Hour1955TV SeriesHimself / Award for Best Producer
The 26th Annual Academy Awards1954TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Documentary Short / Best Documentary Feature / Best Animated Short Film and Best Two-reel Short Film
What's My Line1953TV SeriesHimself - Celebrity Challenger
The 25th Annual Academy Awards1953TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Short Subject, Two-reel / Presenter: Best Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture / Best Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Original Song
A Sporting Oasis1952Documentary shortHimself
The Walt Disney Christmas Show1951TV MovieHimself - Host
Ridin' the Rails1951ShortHimself - Hobbyist / Model Train Builder
The James Melton Show1951TV SeriesHimself
The Fred Waring Show1951TV SeriesHimself
Operation Wonderland1951Documentary shortHimself
One Hour in Wonderland1950TV SpecialHost
Screen Snapshots: Famous Cartoonists1950Documentary shortHimself - 'Mickey Mouse' creator
Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 1: 25th Anniversary1945Documentary shortHimself
Show-Business at War1943Documentary shortHimself
South of the Border with Disney1942Short documentaryHimself
Saludos Amigos1942ShortHimself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 7: Wardrobe Designers1940Documentary shortHimself
How Walt Disney Cartoons Are Made1939Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 91938Short documentaryHimself - Oscar Winner
Screen Snapshots Series 15, No. 71936Documentary shortHimself
Los Angeles: 'Wonder City of the West'1935Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Hollywood: City of Celluloid1932Documentary shortHimself
Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 181930ShortHimself
Newman Laugh-O-Grams1921ShortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
les aventures d'archives2016post-productionHimself
The Imagineering StoryDocumentary filmingHimself
Disney: Beyond the Parks2016TV MovieHimself
Walt Disney2016TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Stupéfiant!2016TV SeriesHimself
The Marvellous World of Roald Dahl2016TV Movie documentaryHimself
Nostalgia Critic2016TV SeriesMickey Mouse
The Nation's Favourite Disney Song2015TV Movie documentaryHimself
Behind the Magic: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs2015TV Movie documentaryHimself
American Experience2015TV Series documentaryHimself
Spazz in General2015TV SeriesHimself
The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Walt Disney World Resort Hotels2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Walt Disney e l'Italia - Una storia d'amore2014DocumentaryHimself
The Culture Show2013TV Series documentaryHimself
Get a Horse!2013ShortMickey Mouse
Walt Disney and the Road to Oz2013Documentary shortHimself
Disney Cruise Line: Behind the Magic2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
Our Grandpa, Walt Disney2011ShortHimself
Aquile senza corona2011
Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood2010TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Dali & Disney: A Date with Destino2010Video documentaryHimself
Animation Lookback2009-2010TV Series documentaryHimself
Christmas with Walt Disney2009DocumentaryHimself
CBS News Sunday Morning2009TV Series documentaryHimself
To Oz! The Making of a Classic2009Video documentary shortHimself
Waking Sleeping Beauty2009DocumentaryHimself
1939: Hollywood's Greatest Year2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
Mary Pickford: The Muse of the Movies2008DocumentaryHimself
Walt & El Grupo2008DocumentaryHimself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History2008Video documentaryHimself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic2007Video documentaryHimself
The Bare Necessities: The Making of 'The Jungle Book'2007Video documentary shortHimself
Trumbo2007DocumentaryHimself
The Pixar Story2007DocumentaryHimself
Sputnik Fever2007DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Cracker Crazy: Invisible Histories of the Sunshine State2007DocumentaryHimself
The Hardy Boys: From Dixon to Disney2006Documentary shortHimself
Working with Walt2006Video shortHimself
Video on Trial2006TV SeriesHimself
Il était une fois... Walt Disney2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Lady's Pedigree: The Making of 'Lady and the Tramp'2006Video documentaryHimself
A Perfect Little Lady: The Story of Lady and the Tramp2006Video documentary shortHimself
Pretty as a Picture Art and Design2006Video documentary shortHimself
Ruff Animation2006Video documentary shortHimself
Alice's Cartoon World: An Interview with Virginia Davis2005Video documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
From Kansas City to Hollywood2005Video documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years2005Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Cinderella: Of Mice and Nine Old Men2005Documentary shortHimself
Cinderella That Almost Was2005Documentary shortHimself
From Rags to Riches: The Making of Cinderella2005Documentary shortHimself
Musically Ever After2005Documentary shortHimself
The Art of Mary Blair2005DocumentaryHimself
The Making of '20000 Leagues Under the Sea'2003Video documentaryHimself
Making of the Sherman Brothers2003Video documentary shortHimself
Walt Disney World Resort: Behind the Scenes2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
House of Mouse2002TV SeriesMickey Mouse
Redefining the Line: The Making of One Hundred and One Dalmatians2001Video documentary shortHimself
Temalørdag: Walt Disney 100 år2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Magic Kingdom and the Magic of Television2001Video documentary shortHimself
Mickey's House of Villains2001VideoMickey Mouse (segment "Lonesome Ghosts") (uncredited)
Disney's 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs': Still the Fairest of Them All2001Video documentary shortHimself
The Wonderful World of Disney2001TV SeriesHimself
It Conquered Hollywood! The Story of American International Pictures2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Music Magic: The Sherman Brothers - Bedknobs and Broomsticks2001Video documentary shortHimself
Sir John Mills' Moving Memories2000Video documentaryHimself
The Fantasia Legacy: The Concert Feature2000Video documentaryHimself
Biography of the Millennium: 100 People - 1000 Years1999TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - #62
Once Upon a Dream: The Making of Walt Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty'1997Video documentary shortHimself
Sports on the Silver Screen1997TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The Story Behind Walt Disney's 'Fun and Fancy Free'1997Video documentary shortHimself
You Can Fly!: The Making of Walt Disney's Masterpiece 'Peter Pan'1997Video documentary shortHimself
Walt Disney World Explorer1996Video GameHimself (uncredited)
Biography1994-1995TV Series documentaryHimself
The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Great Performances1993TV SeriesMickey Mouse
The Best of Disney Music: A Legacy in Song - Part I1993TV MovieHimself
Troldspejlet1993TV SeriesHimself
The Making of 'Beauty and the Beast'1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
Goofy's Guide to Success1990TV MovieMickey Mouse
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic1990TV Movie documentaryHimself
Celebrating Walt Disney's 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs': The One That Started It All1990TV Movie documentaryHimself
Disney's Cartoon Arcade1990Video GameMickey Mouse (uncredited)
Rootin' Tootin' Roundup1990TV MovieMickey Mouse
It All Started with a Mouse: The Disney Story1989TV MovieHimself
The South Bank Show1988TV Series documentaryHimself
Roger Rabbit and the Secrets of Toon Town1988TV Special documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Mickey's Magical World1988Video shortMickey Mouse (uncredited)
The Art of Disney Animation1988TV Movie documentaryHimself
Down and Out with Donald Duck1987TV MovieMickey Mouse
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1956-1986TV SeriesMickey Mouse / Himself
Walt Disney World: A Dream Come True1986TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 3rd Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame Awards1986TV SpecialHimself - Honoree
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue1985Video shortMickey Mouse
Walt Disney World EPCOT Center: A Souvenir Program1984Video documentaryHimself
Donald Duck's 50th Birthday1984TV Special shortHimself (uncredited)
Disney's Halloween Treat1982VideoMickey Mouse
A Walt Disney Christmas1982VideoMickey Mouse
A Dream Called Walt Disney World1981Video shortHimself (uncredited)
Red Skelton: A Comedy Scrapbook1981Video documentaryHimself
Once Upon a Mouse1981Short documentaryHimself / Mickey Mouse
Hollywood on Trial1976DocumentaryHimself
Brother Can You Spare a Dime1975DocumentaryHimself (as Mr. Disney)
The Walt Disney Story1973Documentary shortHimself / Mickey Mouse
The Ed Sullivan Show1958-1963TV SeriesHimself
Hollywood Without Make-Up1963DocumentaryHimself
L'ami public numéro un1961TV SeriesHimself - Host
Cavalcade of the Academy Awards1940Documentary shortHimself
The Movies March On1939Short documentaryHimself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2004Innovator AwardAmerican Choreography Awards, USA
1999Grand Prix Special des AmériquesMontréal World Film Festival

For exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art. The award was received by his daughter

1997OFTA Film Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationCreative
1987Special AwardMotion Picture Screen Cartoonists AwardsSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
1975Winsor McCay AwardAnnie Awards
1969OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsWinnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)
1967Golden Screen - Special AchievementGolden Screen, GermanyThe award was given posthumously.
1967Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsSpecial

Whose artistic genius and love of life brought joyful family entertainment to audiences around the ... More

1966Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsProducer
1965Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsProducer
1964Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer
1963Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer
1962Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer
1961Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 7021 Hollywood Blvd.
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6747 Hollywood Blvd.
1959OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Live Action SubjectsGrand Canyon (1958)
1956OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Documentary, Short SubjectsMen Against the Arctic (1955)
1956Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Producer - Film SeriesDisneyland (1954)
1956DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Production (Migliore Produzione Straniera)Lady and the Tramp (1955)
1955OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Documentary, FeaturesThe Vanishing Prairie (1954)
1955DGA Honorary Life Member AwardDirectors Guild of America, USA
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsToot Whistle Plunk and Boom (1953)
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelBear Country (1953)
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Documentary, Short SubjectsThe Alaskan Eskimo (1953)
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Documentary, FeaturesThe Living Desert (1953)
1954Special AwardGolden Globes, USAThe Living Desert (1953)
1954Special Prize of the Senate of BerlinBerlin International Film FestivalFor the long-term support of the festival with the best films of his production.
1953OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelWater Birds (1952)
1953Cecil B. DeMille AwardGolden Globes, USA
1953Jury Special PrizeCannes Film FestivalFor his contributions to making the festival acknowledged.
1952OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelNature's Half Acre (1951)
1951OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelBeaver Valley (1950)
1950Special Jury PrizeVenice Film FestivalBeaver Valley (1950)
1949OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelSeal Island (1948)
1948Special AwardGolden Globes, USABambi (1942)
1948International Award - Animated FilmVenice Film FestivalMelody Time (1948)
1943OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsDer Fuehrer's Face (1942)
1942Honorary AwardAcademy Awards, USAFantasia (1940)· William E. Garity
· J.N.A. Hawkins
1942Irving G. Thalberg Memorial AwardAcademy Awards, USA
1942OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsLend a Paw (1941)
1940OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsUgly Duckling (1939)
1940Special AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsFantasia (1940)· Leopold Stokowski
1939OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsFerdinand the Bull (1938)
1939Honorary AwardAcademy Awards, USASnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
1939Special AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
1938OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThe Old Mill (1937)
1938Grand Biennale Art TrophyVenice Film FestivalSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
1937OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThe Country Cousin (1936)
1937Best AnimationVenice Film Festival
1936OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThree Orphan Kittens (1935)
1936Special RecommendationVenice Film FestivalAnimated FilmWho Killed Cock Robin? (1935)
1935OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThe Tortoise and the Hare (1935)
1935Best AnimationVenice Film FestivalThe Band Concert (1935)
1934OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThree Little Pigs (1933)
1934Golden MedalVenice Film FestivalBest AnimationFunny Little Bunnies (1934)
1932Honorary AwardAcademy Awards, USAFor the creation of Mickey Mouse.
1932OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsFlowers and Trees (1932)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1966Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Children's ProgramDisneyland (1954)· Ron Miller (producer)
1965OscarAcademy Awards, USABest PictureMary Poppins (1964)· Bill Walsh
1965Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Program Achievements in EntertainmentDisneyland (1954)
1963OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsA Symposium on Popular Songs (1962)
1962OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsAquamania (1961)
1961OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsGoliath II (1960)
1961OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Live Action SubjectsIslands of the Sea (1960)
1960OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsNoah's Ark (1959)
1960OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Live Action SubjectsMysteries of the Deep (1959)
1960OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Documentary, Short SubjectsDonald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
1959OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsPaul Bunyan (1958)
1958OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThe Truth About Mother Goose (1957)
1957OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelSamoa (1956)
1956OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsNo Hunting (1955)
1956OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelSwitzerland (1955)
1955OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsPigs Is Pigs (1954)
1955OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelSiam (1954)
1955Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsMost Outstanding New Personality
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsRugged Bear (1953)
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, Two-reelBen and Me (1953)
1954Grand Prize of the FestivalCannes Film FestivalThe Living Desert (1953)· James Algar
1952OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsLambert the Sheepish Lion (1952)
1950OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsToy Tinkers (1949)
1949OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsMickey and the Seal (1948)
1949OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsTea for Two Hundred (1948)
1949Golden LionVenice Film FestivalThe Three Caballeros (1944)
1948OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsChip an' Dale (1947)
1948OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsPluto's Blue Note (1947)
1947OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsSquatter's Rights (1946)
1946OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsDonald's Crime (1945)
1946AwardCannes Film FestivalShort FilmsWet Paint (1946)
1945OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsHow to Play Football (1944)
1944OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsReason and Emotion (1943)
1943OscarAcademy Awards, USABest DocumentaryThe Grain That Built a Hemisphere (1943)
1943OscarAcademy Awards, USABest DocumentaryThe New Spirit (1942)
1942OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsTruant Officer Donald (1941)
1940OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsThe Pointer (1939)
1939OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsBrave Little Tailor (1938)
1939OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsMother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938)
1939OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsGood Scouts (1938)
1936OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsWho Killed Cock Robin? (1935)
1934OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsBuilding a Building (1933)
1932OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, CartoonsMickey's Orphans (1931)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1960Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer
1958Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1959Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Producer

TitleSalary
One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)$5,166 /week
Swiss Family Robinson (1960)$3,000 /week

#Fact
1Walt Disney smoked three packs of unfiltered cigarettes a day throughout his adult life, a habit he never tried to quit. His favorite brands were the now-defunct Sweet Caporal, Camels, and Lucky Strikes. He also acquired a fondness for Gitanes (a French import) following a visit to Europe. When the U.S. Surgeon General issued the landmark 1964 report that first linked tobacco-use with ill health, Walt's daughter Diane Disney bought him cartons of filtered cigarettes and made him promise to smoke them. He did - but only after tearing off the filters. His rationale was, "I promised her I'd use them, but I didn't tell her how I would use them." Walt died from lung cancer two years later.
2When Walt Disney picked up his honorary Oscar statuettes for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), he told the Academy Award audience about _Pinocchio_ which was still in production, holding their attention for a full 25 minutes.
3Greatly disliked being called ''Mr Disney'' and would insist on being referred to by his first name by employees. Occasionally when he was referred to as ''Mr Disney'', he'd say something along the lines of "Please, call me Walt. The only Mr. at the Disney Studios is our lawyer, Mr. Lessing.".
4Exotic Animal Trainer Ralph Helfer supplied many of the animals for Walt Disney's films.
5When Walt Disney was on the set of The Monkey's Uncle (1965), Judy the Chimpanzee who played "Stanley" liked to come over to his Director's Chair and sit in his lap.
6Disney's last words before dying of lung cancer were Kurt Russell written on a piece of paper.
7Inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame in 2015.
8Voice of 'Mickey Mouse' from 1928-1947.
9Dropped out of high school to join the Army.
10Tom Hanks is a distant relative of Walt Disney. Hanks portrayed Walt Disney in the 2013 film Saving Mr. Banks (2013).
11Even though Walt himself never knew it, Merlin in The Sword in the Stone (1963) was modeled after him. Story writer Bill Peet saw them both as ill-tempered, mischievous, and completely brilliant.
12His favorite song was "Feed the Birds" from Mary Poppins (1964). When he was depressed Walt would call Richard M. Sherman to his office and have him play the song. According to Sherman, the song held special meaning for Disney; he considered it to be a perfect summation of the spirit of his company, and why he created Walt Disney Pictures in the first place.
13Died at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center of circulatory collapse brought on by lung cancer. He was pronounced dead at 9:30 on the morning of December 15th, 1966, just ten days after his 65th birthday. Despite the urban legend that he was cryogenically frozen, Disney was in fact cremated on December 17th, 1966 and had his ashes were interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
14Despite the fact that he hosted his television show for more than 12 years and was one of the most recognizable figures in the world, Disney appeared on-camera in only one of his films, The Reluctant Dragon (1941).
15Met Ray Kroc while both were training to drive ambulances for the Red Cross during World War I; the War ended before they could be sent overseas. Years later, Kroc, now CEO of McDonald's, approached Disney about opening a McDonald's at Disneyland, which Disney was in the process of building. But the deal fell through when Kroc refused Disney's demand to increase the price of McDonald's French fries from 10 to 15 cents.
16Disney was long rumored to be anti-Semitic during his lifetime, and such rumors have persisted after his death. Disney's 2006 biographer Neal Gabler, the first writer to gain unrestricted access to the Disney archives, concluded that available evidence does not support such accusations. "That's one of the questions everybody asks me," Gabler said in a CBS interview. "My answer to that is, not in the conventional sense that we think of someone as being an anti-Semite. But he got the reputation because, in the 1940s, he got himself allied with a group called the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, which was an anti-Communist and anti-Semitic organization. And though Walt himself, in my estimation, was not anti-Semitic, nevertheless, he willingly allied himself with people who were anti-Semitic, and that reputation stuck. He was never really able to expunge it throughout his life." Disney ultimately distanced himself from the Motion Picture Alliance in the 1950s. The Walt Disney Family Museum acknowledges that Disney did have "difficult relationships" with some Jewish men, and that ethnic stereotypes common to films of the 1930s were included in some early cartoons, such as Three Little Pigs; but points out that he employed Jews throughout his career, and was named "Man Of The Year" in 1955 by the B'nai B'rith chapter in Beverly Hills.
17His favorite films he produced were Bambi (1942) and Dumbo (1941). He also held Fantasia (1940) and Mary Poppins (1964) in very high regard.
18Built a life-size train set surrounding his house in Holmby Hills, CA.
19Very opposed to Hollywood's monopolistic film production market in the 1930s. He became one of the founding members of the Society for Independent Motion Picture Producers.
20Fourteen of the seventeen animated films produced during Disney's lifetime, were drawn from European legends and fables.
21Served as a "friendly witness" before the House Committee for Unamerican Activities (HUAC) in 1947.
22The day that he opened Disneyland in Anaheim, a plumber's strike broke out and water pressure was restricted to avoid plumbing problems. Disney had to choose between either water fountains or toilets, there wasn't enough water for both. He chose toilets, causing one reporter to half-jokingly quip, "Walt's trying to force us to buy Coca-Cola.".
23Before his 35th birthday, his brother Roy encouraged employees to throw the boss a surprise party. Two of the animators thought it would be hilarious to make a short movie of Mickey and Minnie Mouse "consummating their relationship." When Disney saw the animation at the party, he feigned laughter and playfully asked who made the film. As soon as the two animators came forward, he fired them on the spot and left.
24Although he wore a mustache all his life, he forbade his employees to wear them, not wanting to compromise on the "clean-cut image" that the Disney company had. In the early 1940s he made exceptions for two favored staff members, Ub Iwerks and animator Bill Tytla.
25Survived the 1918 flu.
26Among his favorite desserts were lemon meringue pie and chocolate ice cream soda.
27Personally disliked Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Peter Pan (1953) because of the lack of "heart" and "warmth" in their main characters. Was very sad about the unfavorable reception of Fantasia (1940) as he was proud of the film. Ironically, the first re-issue of Fantasia (1940) after his death was the first time it turned a profit.
28Became friends with Charles Chaplin during their respective days at United Arists in the 1930s; Disney credited Chaplin for helping him correctly pace his feature films.
29Good friend of Art Linkletter.
30Walt's ancestors were named d'Isigny, and came from Isigny-sur-Mer in Normandy, France. In 1066, two soldiers, Hughes d'Isigny and his son Robert, fought with William the Conqueror during the conquest of England. After the conquest, Hughes d'Isigny and his son decided to stay in England. Their name was, over the generations, transformed into "Disney". In the XVII century, a branch of the Disney family emigrated to Ireland. In 1834, Arundel Elias Disney and his brother Robert emigrated from Kilkenny County, Ireland, to Northern America with their families. They left Liverpool and arrived to New York on October 3rd. Once in America, the two brothers parted. Robert established himself in a farm in the Midwest, whereas Arundel decided to reach Goderich Township, Ontario.
31Has a record of 59 Oscar-nominations.
32Disney's record-breaking streaks of consecutive Oscar wins include: 1934-1940 (7) and 1951-1956 (6).
33Theme parks Disneyland and Disneyworld are respectively located in Orange County (Anaheim, California) and Orange County (Orlando, Florida).
34Disney is credited as Retlaw Yensid for Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (1966)'s original story. The pseudonym is Walter Disney reversed. The Disney family's company was named Retlaw Enterprises, Disney's first full name reversed.
35Served in a Red Cross unit with Ray Kroc, future founder of the McDonald's fast food chain.
36He refused to allow Alfred Hitchcock to film at Disneyland in the early 1960s, because Hitchcock had made "that disgusting movie Psycho (1960).".
37Disney had been in bad health for a few months, before he finally entered St. Joseph Hospital in Burbank, California, on 2 November 1966, complaining of pain in his neck and back. An X-ray revealed a tumor on his left lung and surgery was advised. Disney, however, checked out to finish some studio business and re-entered the hospital on 6 November. Surgery was performed the next day and his left lung was found to be entirely cancerous and was removed.
38The last animated movie he ever put his personal touch on was The Jungle Book (1967).
39Supported Ronald Reagan's run for governor of California in 1966.
40Was first nominated for an Oscar (as producer) in 1932, the year he also got the honorary award for creating Mickey Mouse. From that year until 1965 (the year before his death), Disney received one or more Academy Award nominations every year except 1933 and 1941.
41Wanted to name Mickey Mouse "Mortimer Mouse" when he drew him. He showed the picture to his wife and his wife did not like the idea and told him to name him "Mickey Mouse". Some historians believe that Mickey's name was inspired from a toy mouse by Performo Toy Company named "Micky" (spelled without an "e"), which was extremely popular and had already been selling at the time when Disney was developing his Mickey Mouse.
42He was one of the founding members of the right-wing Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals in February 1944, along with Robert Taylor, Adolphe Menjou, Sam Wood, Norman Taurog, Gary Cooper, Clarence Brown and Clark Gable.
43In 1964, Disney was one of several Americans chosen by President Lyndon Johnson to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. The award ceremony was held at the White House on 14 September 1964. The urban myth that Disney wore a "Vote for Goldwater" button during the ceremony to endorse Johnson's opponent in the upcoming election, Republican Barry Goldwater, is completely false and has been debunked many times.
44Although he has been called politically conservative, actually voted mainly for Democrats until the 1940 presidential election. This was a main reason why he was asked by HUAC to testify, and was always particularly anti-communist, because his worst nightmare was being called one.
45Profiled in in J.A. Aberdeen's "Hollywood Renegades: The Society of Independent Motion Picture Producers.".
46Uncle of Marjorie Sewell.
47Brother-in-law of Hazel Sewell.
48According to former Disney animators, the whispered code that Walt Disney was nearby was "Man is in the forest," a sly reference to the film Bambi (1942).
49He also founded the motion picture distribution company Buena Vista Pictures Entertainment, a subsidiary of his empire. His empire now includes Hollywood Pictures Company and its specialty films unit; Caravan Pictures; Touchstone Pictures; Miramax Films Corporation and its specialty films unit, Dimension Films; American Broadcasting Company (ABC), ABC Family Channel, and ESPN.
50Was awarded an honorary Oscar "For the creation of Mickey Mouse" by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences at the fifth Awards ceremony held on November 10, 1932, at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. It was only the second honorary Oscar yet awarded by the Academy. The recipient of the first honorary Oscar, Charles Chaplin, was supposed to present the award to Disney, but he stayed home that night.
51His father, Elias Disney, was a professional carpenter by trade who, among other things, worked on the construction of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, the prototype for all World's Fairs to follow. When Walt and his brother Roy O. Disney were boys, their father would tell them of the many wonders of the Fair, such as the first ferris wheel, thus inspiring the dreams that would make them both successful as adults.
52On November 13, 1986, he was a member of the first group to be inducted into the DeMolay Hall of Fame.
53Received the DeMolay Legion of Honor in 1931.
54Was initiated into DeMolay at the Mother Chapter in Kansas City Missouri, in 1920.
55He got his idea and inspiration for Disneyland, when he visited the "Tivoli"-park in Denmark.
56He often called composer Richard M. Sherman into his office to play the piano for him. His favorite song was Feed the Birds from Mary Poppins (1964).
57In his autobiography, one-time Disney storyboard artist Bill Peet essentially described Walt Disney as a chain-smoking "work-a-holic" who was prone to strong mood swings.
58He was a chain smoker. He avoided smoking when he was in public view, especially where he might be seen by children. His smokers' cough often heralded his arrival in a particular wing of the studio, allowing off-task employees time to get on task.
59It is Hollywood legend that, lying on his deathbed at St. Jospeh's Hospital in Burbank (across the street from the Disney Studios) his last words were about how shabby the studio's water tower looked. Visible from a nearby freeway, towering above the backlot, it is adorned with the image of his most beloved creation, Mickey Mouse. In adherance with what they believed were their founder's last wishes, studio executives have made sure the water tower was regularly repainted since he died in 1966.
60Was a major contributor to the success of the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair, primarily via his creative use of audio-animatronics (lifelike, internally animated figures). Among other things, he designed the Carousel of Progress for the General Electric exhibit, Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln for the State of Illinois exhibit, and, most enduringly, It's a Small World for Pepsi Cola. One of the most popular attractions at the Fair, featuring animated figures of children from all over the world, the latter has since successfully established itself as a perennial crowd-pleaser at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. All three exhibits were transformed into attractions at Disneyland. Only the Carousel of Progress is not still open. It was closed to be turned into America Sings in Tomorrowland.
61His grandfather lived in Ontario, Canada. From there he moved to the United States.
62In 1981, Walt Disney Productions (now The Walt Disney Company) purchased the rights to the Disney name from Retlaw Enterprises, the Disney family's company. Retlaw is Walter spelled backwards.
63Pictured on a 6¢ US commemorative postage stamp issued in his honor, 11 September 1968.
64After adapting Ludwig van Beethoven's 6th Symphony for the soundtrack of Fantasia (1940), he exclaimed, "Gee! This'll make Beethoven!".
65Was dyslexic.
66Son of Elias Disney and Flora Disney.
67Brother of Herbert Disney, Raymond Disney, Roy O. Disney and Ruth Disney.
68Nephew of Robert Disney.
69Grandfather of Christopher Disney Miller, Joanna Miller, Tamara Scheer, Jennifer Miller-Goff, Walter Elias Disney Miller, Ronald Miller, Victoria Brown.
70Daughter Sharon Disney was adopted.
71Walt's father was born in Bluevale, Ontario, Canada, to Irish parents; he also had distant English ancestry. Walt's mother was born in Ohio, of German, English, and distant Scottish, descent. The Disney family came from Kilkenny, Ireland. They settled in County Kilkenny to escape religious persecution and later traveled to America.
72Tribute in the Memory of Film section at the Flanders International Film Festival in Ghent, Belgium. [2001]
73Shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, an Army draft notice, addressed to Mr. Donald Duck, was delivered to the Disney studios.
74Inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians in 1993.
75The name Donald Duck is frequently written in on voting ballots in Scandinavian countries as a protest vote.
76Donald Duck's birthday is June 9, 1934, the date when The Wise Little Hen (1934) was released.
77Mickey Mouse's birthday is November 18, 1928, the date when Steamboat Willie (1928) was released.
78Reports surfaced that shortly after his death, Disney Company executive board members were shown a short film that Disney had made before his death, where he addressed the board members by name, telling each of them what was expected of them. The film ended with Disney saying, "I'll be seeing you."
79Was a frequent target of satire by animator Jay Ward.
80Reportedly, his famous trademark signature was designed for him by one of his animators.
81Chose Anaheim, California for the location of Disneyland after demographics experts convinced him it would become a major population center within 10 years. They were right.
82In the animated short Mickey's Rival (1936), a character named Mortimer Mouse was modeled after him.
83Worked as a paperboy as a youth.
84Inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2000 for the multiplane camera.
85Father of Diane Disney (born December 18, 1933).
86Became interested in personalizing animals' characters after carelessly killing a small owl as a young boy. He felt deeply remorseful and guilty and vowed never again to kill a living creature.
87Identified as the founder of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority in film clips shown in the queue area of Rocket Rods (formerly, the CircleVision 360 Theater) at Disneyland.
88Holds the record of winning the most Academy Awards with 22 wins in competitive categories. Additionally, he won three honorary Oscars and an Irving Thalberg Memorial Award.
89Interred at Forest Lawn, Glendale, California, USA. Facing the Freedom Mausoleum, to your left hand side are two small private gardens. His is the one farthest back. Plaque is on the wall behind the trees (to your left standing at the gate).
90As a teenager, Walt Disney was a member of the Order of DeMolay, a youth organization affiliated with Free Masons.
91Father-in-law of Ron Miller (married to his daughter Diane Disney).
92Active anti-communist.
93Disney's death spawned two rumors that became urban legends. The first is that he had his body cryogenically frozen. The second held that he was buried somewhere on the grounds of Disneyland. Both rumors are completely untrue. Disney was cremated and his ashes interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
94Death caused by circulatory failure due to complications from lung cancer.
95Born at 12:30am-CST.
96Wife Lillian Disney passed away. [December 1997]

#Quote
1We don't actually make films for children, but we make films that children can enjoy along with the parents.
2I believe in the family unit. I believe in the family having fun together, enjoying things together, which is what Disneyland is.
3[observation, 1940] 'Fantasia' merely makes our other pictures look immature and suggests for the first time what the future of this medium may well turn out to be. What I see way off there is too nebulous to describe. But it looks big and glittering. That's what I like about this business, the certainty that there is something bigger and more exciting just around the bend - and the uncertainty of everything else.
4[Being a celebrity] doesn't even seem to keep the fleas off our dogs - and if being a celebrity won't give me an advantage over a couple of fleas, then I guess there can't be much in being a celebrity after all.
5We don't make movies to make money, we make money to make more movies.
6As long as there is imagination left in the world, Disneyland will never be complete.
7I think the picture would have done better with a different title. Girls and women went to it, but men tended to stay away because it sounded sweet and sticky. - On Pollyanna (1960)
8Every time they make a pornographic film, I make money.
9The proper comedy for the screen is visual. Films try to get too many laughs out of the dialogue. We use pantomime not wisecracks. Portrayal of human sensations by inanimate objects such as steam shovels and rocking-chairs never fail to provoke laughter. Human distress exemplified by animals is sure-fire. A bird that jumps after swallowing a grasshopper is a natural. Surprise is always provocative.
10Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious... and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.
11[to director Richard Fleischer, who made 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) for Disney, on how to be successful] Well, then, why don't you do as I do? Let somebody else do all the work and you take all the credit.
12You know, every once in a while I just fire everybody, then I hire them back in a couple of weeks. That way they don't get too complacent. It keeps them on their toes.
13I sell corn, and I love corn.
14People like to think their world is somehow more grown up than Papa's was.
15[on the Order of DeMolay, a Masonic youth organization] I feel a great sense of obligation and gratitude toward the Order of DeMolay for the important part it played in my life. Its precepts have been invaluable in making decisions, facing dilemmas and crises. DeMolay stands for all that is good for the family and for our country. I feel privileged to have enjoyed membership in DeMolay.
16in the book "The Humour of Sex" by Robert Hale] I love Mickey Mouse more than any woman I've ever known.
17It's kind of fun to do the impossible.
18I happen to be an inquisitive guy and when I see things I don't like, I start thinking why do they have to be like this and how can I improve them.
19I hope we'll never lose sight of one thing--that it was all started by a mouse.
20I'm not interested in pleasing the critics. I'll take my chances pleasing the audiences.
21I'd rather entertain and hope that people learn, than teach and hope that people are entertained.
22I don't make pictures just to make money. I make money to make more pictures.

#Trademark
1Films often begin with an opening storybook.
2Distinctive, deep voice
3Animated Films
4His moustache
5Main characters using big white gloves (Example: Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Peter Pete, Jiminy Cricket, etc.)
6Happy endings on all pictures produced by himself (also posthumous and actual works).

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