The Success Story of Walt Disney

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Disney shows and movies resonate with people of all ages, races, and cultures. The stories and characters are created in such a way that anyone can relate them to. Therefore, Disney television series and films have become increasingly famous around the world.

Few individuals have had a greater impact on both the entertainment industry and the popular culture of the 20th century than Walter Elias Disney. His many innovations include the first cartoons with synchronized sound, the first full-length animated feature film, and, of course, the theme park.

Another reason Disney has found continued success over the decades is that they have found a way to appeal to all age ranges and demographics with their content. This is because they employ a multi-channel marketing strategy, in which they target content to certain audiences using channels that those audiences use.

Disney Founder

Walt Disney

Walt Disney made his Alice Comedies in the 1920s with Alice (little girl) and Julius (cat) as the live character, Disney achieved success in the animation business and created such famous characters as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse for four years, however in 1927, he decided to move instead to an all-cartoon

Walt’s Biggest Inspiration, Disney Successful at first?

Cartoonist Winsor McCay inspired artists from Walt Disney to Bill Watterson. His first comic strip was created for The Cincinnati Enquirer in 1903.

Cartoonist Winsor McCay inspired artists from Walt Disney to Bill Watterson. His first comic strip was created for The Cincinnati Enquirer in 1903.


After Disney’s first carton business failed in the early 1920s he packed his bags to try his hand at acting in Los Angeles. Disney failed at this too but did create Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, which was his first version of what eventually became Mickey Mouse.

“Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever.” – Walt Disney. This is one of the popular Walt Disney quotes inspiring people worldwide.