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The Hurricane. Universal Pictures and Beacon Pictures ; International distribution. Spyglass Entertainment , Koch Co. Gone in 60 Seconds. Seven Arts Pictures and Beacon Pictures. The Emperor's New Groove. O Brother, Where Art Thou? Recess: School's Out.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire. The Princess Diaries. Hughes Entertainment. Max Keeble's Big Move. High Heels and Low Lifes. Spyglass Entertainment and The Donners' Company. The Royal Tenenbaums. The Count of Monte Cristo. Return to Never Land. Universal Pictures and Shady Acres Entertainment ; international distribution. Frank McKlusky, C. Ultimate X: The Movie.
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April 12, Thor: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Cars 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Muppets: The Green Album. August 23, Soon after arriving in California, he was successful. A distributor in New York, M. Walt Disney made his Alice Comedies for four years, but in , he decided to move instead to an all-cartoon series.
To star in this new series, he created a character named Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Within a year, Walt made 26 of these Oswald cartoons, but when he tried to get some additional money from his distributor for a second year of the cartoons, he found out that the distributor had gone behind his back and signed up almost all of his animators, hoping to make the Oswald cartoons in his own studio for less money without Walt Disney.
On rereading his contract, Walt realized that he did not own the rights to Oswald-the distributor did. It was a painful lesson for the young cartoon producer to learn. From then on, he saw to it that he owned everything that he made. The original Disney Studio had been in the back half of a real estate office on Kingswell Avenue in Hollywood, but soon Walt had enough money to move next door and rent a whole store for his studio.
That small studio was sufficient for a couple of years, but the company eventually outgrew it and Walt had to look elsewhere.
He found an ideal piece of property on Hyperion Avenue in Hollywood, built a studio, and in moved his staff to the new facility. It was at the Hyperion Studio, after the loss of Oswald, that Walt had to come up with a new character, and that character was Mickey Mouse. With his chief animator, Ub Iwerks, Walt designed the famous mouse and gave him a personality that endeared him to all.
Ub animated two Mickey Mouse cartoons, but Walt was unable to sell them because they were silent films, and sound was revolutionizing the movie industry. So, they made a third Mickey Mouse cartoon, this time with fully synchronized sound, and Steamboat Willie opened to rave reviews at the Colony Theater in New York November 18, A cartoon star, Mickey Mouse, was born.
The new character was immediately popular, and a lengthy series of Mickey Mouse cartoons followed. Not one to rest on his laurels, Walt Disney soon produced another series — the Silly Symphonies — to go with the Mickey series. It featured different casts of characters in each film and enabled the animators to experiment with stories that relied less on the gags and quick humor of the Mickey cartoons and more on mood, emotion, and musical themes.
Eventually the Silly Symphonies turned into the training ground for all Disney artists as they prepared for the advent of animated feature films. Apart from a name written discretely on the front, the sleeve shows just light shelfwear and the vinyl remains in exellent condition with few signs of play ST Custom picture sleeve and back tracklisting insert - this was the winner of the Academy Award!
Shop by Genre. All Auction Buy it now. Sort: Best Match. Best Match. View: Gallery view. List view. See similar items. Results pagination - page 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Sponsored listings.This is a list of albums released by Walt Disney Records, including studio albums, soundtrack albums, compilation albums, and remix albums released by the prinartetintiosab.fornahollharspirendvavantdetestmostthe.co licensed its music to other labels from to The company started publishing its own music under Disneyland Records in , eventually also adopting the Buena Vista label in for albums aimed at a slightly more.