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Robert Iger
Pres and CEO of The Walt Disney Co Since 2000
Brought back Roy Disney as Director Emeritus in 2004
Walt Disney
   was born on   
December 5, 1901
Academy award winning American film producer, director, screenwriter and animator
The Walt Disney Company
   was named after   
Walt Disney
Walt Disney
   is famous for being a   
Walt Disney then established his own studio, producing animated cartoons. His most famous character was Mickey Mouse, who was first seen in Plane Crazy and Steamboat Willy (1928). Disney also provided the original voice for Mickey.
Walt Disney
   has the middle name   
Film maker
Walt Disney Had a Job on a Railroad
Walt Disney took a job selling peanuts, popcorn and soda to train passengers.
Walt Disney Pictures
   is found at   
Burbank, CA
Walt Disney
   was born in   
Chicago, U.S.A.
1901-1966. Was one of the most famous motion-picture producers in history
Walt Disney Studios Park
   is situated in   
Marne la Vallée, Ile-de-France
Walt Disney World
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
Lake Buena Vista, Florida, U.S.A.
Fantasia (1940)
   had the voice actors   
Leopold Stokowski, Deems Taylor & Walt Disney
(Disney) First animated film to feature stereo sound as well as the first and only film recorded in Fantasound.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
   is in   
Los Angeles
Vineyard style, opened 2003
Walt Disney
   was a   
Film Producer
The Jungle Book (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Adapted from the Mowgali stories by Rudyard Kipling (No. 104-45)
Aladdin (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Adapted by Karen Kreider and Illustrated by Darrell Baker (No. 107-88)
Snow White Was Walt Disney's Favourite Animated Heroine
Cinderella was his favourite heroine because he could relate to her rags to riches story.
Lady and the Tramp (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Adapted by Teddy Slater and Illustrated by Bill Langley and Ron Dias (No. 105-72)
101 Dalmatians (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Adapted by Justine Korman and Illustrated by Bill Langley and Ron Dias (No. 105-84)
Pollyanna (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Based on the novel "Pollyanna" by Eleanor H. Porter, Adapted by Elizabeth Beecher and Pictures by Karen Hedstrom
Peter Pan (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Adapted by Eugene Bradley Coco and Illustrated by Ron Dias (No. 104-68)
Fantasia (1940)
   has the tagline   
Walt Disney's Technicolor Feature Triumph
Pocahontas (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
Adapted by Justine Korman and Illustrated by Don Williams

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