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Walt Disney Creator

Biography Born on the 5th of December 1901, in Chicago, Illinois, USA A pioneer and innovator and the possessor of one of the most fertile imaginations the world has ever known, Walt Disney, received more than 950 honors and citations from every nation in the world, Including 48 Academy Awards and seven Emmys in his lifetime.

Disney company

Disney company Started on the year 1923. Originally known as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. With Walt Disney and his brother Roy Disney as equal partners. Steamboat Willie (1928) was his first creation which was later modified as the famous MICKEY MOUSE

Steam Boat Willie Steamboat Willie (1928) his first creation

Early Works Very First Movie by Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Snow White became the highest grossing film of all time Dumbo in 1941 Bambi in 1942

Rough draft

Illustrations Snow white and the dwarves Dumbo

Bambi

Movies by Disney

TV series In 1954 launched the Disneyland anthology series, first television miniseries Davy Crockett. run on all three networks and got six title changes, but it remained on the air for 29 years, making it the longest-running prime-time television series in history

Disney Land Started on July 17, 1955 in California

Vision Walt Disney Attractions team, are dedicated to achieving Performance Excellence. This simply means that each of us will strive to excel each day in the fulfillment of our individual roles and responsibilities as well as the achievement our Vision.

Attractions of Disney

Various Theme Parks Walt Disney's Epcot Center by Richard R. Beard (Harry N. Abrams, 1982) Disneyland: Inside Story by Randy Bright (Abrams, 1987) Gardens of the Walt Disney World Resort by Dee Hansford (Walt Disney World, 1988) Disneyland: The Nickel Tour by Bruce Gordon and David Mumford (Camphor Tree, 1995; updated 2000) Building a Dream; The Art of Disney Architecture by Beth Dunlop (Abrams, 1996) Walt Disney Imagineering: A Behind the Dreams Look at Making the Magic (Hyperion, 1996) Since the World Began: Walt Disney World's First 25 Years by Jeff Kurtti (Hyperion, 1996) Designing Disney's Theme Parks, ed. by Karal Ann Marling (Flammarion, 1997) The Making of Disney's Animal Kingdom by Melody Malmberg (Hyperion, 1998) Riding the Black Ship Japan and Tokyo Disneyland by Aviad E. Raz (Harvard University, 1999) Walt Disney World Resort-A Souvenir for the Millennium (Disney Editions, 1999) Once Upon an American Dream: The Story of Euro Disneyland by Andrew Lainsbury (U. of Kansas Press, 2000) Disneyland Resort: Magical Memories for a Lifetime (Disney Editions, 2002) Disneyland Paris: From Sketch to Reality by Alain Littaye & Didier Ghez (Nouveau Millnaire, 2002) Hidden Mickeys: A Field Guide to Walt Disney World's Best Kept Secrets by Steven Barrett (Intrepid Traveller, 2003) Designing Disney: Imagineering and the Art of the Show by John Hench (Disney Editions, 2003) The Haunted Mansion: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies by Jason Surrell (Disney Editions, 2003) 101 Things You Never Knew About Disneyland by Kevin Yee & Jason Schultz (Zauberreigh Press, 2005) Around the World with Disney by Kevin Markey (Disney Editions, 2005) Disneyland: Then, Now and Forever by Bruce Gordon & Tim O'Day (Disney Editions, 2005) Disneyland Hotel: The Early Years (1954-1988) by Donald W. Ballard (Ape Pen Pub., 2005) The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World by Alex Wright (Disney Editions, 2005) Behind the Magic: 50 Years of Disneyland by Karal Ann Marling (The Henry Ford, 2005) Pirates of the Caribbean: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies by Jason Surrell (Disney Editions, 2005) Birnbaum's Walt Disney World and Birnbaum's Disneyland (Disney Editions, 2006)

Geography The Walt Disney World Resort is located on a 30,500 acre site (47 square miles) in the heart of Central Florida. A permanent wildlife conservation area has been set aside on 8,200 acres. The Magic Kingdom Park occupies 107 acres, Epcot covers 300 acres, The Disney-MGM Studios is 154 acres, Disney's Animal Kingdom spans more than 500 acres. There are approximately 7,600 acres developed

Financial Position The company's primary financial goals are to maximize earnings and cash flow, and to allocate capital profitability toward growth initiatives that will drive long-term shareholder value.

Stock History CLOSE HIGH LOW 29.4 29.52 28.81

DATE 10/16/2009 VOLUME 12,048,700 SPLIT ADJUSTMENT FACTOR 1

Stock Quote

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Personnel

Company Revenues

Earnings Results The Walt Disney Company recently reported earnings for its second fiscal quarter and six months ended March 28, 2009. Diluted earnings per share (EPS) for the second quarter were $0.33 including restructuring and impairment charges which had a $0.10 per share impact on EPS. Excluding these items, EPS decreased 26% to $0.43 from $0.58 in the prior-year quarter. For the six month period, diluted EPS was $0.78. In addition to the restructuring and impairment charges, EPS for the six month period included a gain on the sale of our investment in two pay television services in Latin America. Collectively, these items adversely affected EPS by $0.07 per share for the six months. Excluding these items, EPS decreased 30% to $0.85 from $1.21 in the prior year six months. We had a difficult second quarter due to the weak economy and other factors, said Robert A. Iger, president and CEO, The Walt Disney Company. At the same time, we remain focused on our core business strategy and believe our creativity, brands and businesses will serve us well as the economy recovers. For more information, including a reconciliation of non-GAAP measures to their GAAP equivalents

Disney Online The purchase price is approximately $18.4 million (based on approximate price of CAD 23.3 million), subject to certain adjustments. Disney Online reaches more than 27.6 million unique visitors per month, ranking as the No. 1 Community-Family & Parenting Web destination according to comScore Media Metrix (Feb. 2009). Its extensive line-up of kids and family Web properties include flagship site Disney.com as well as a network of parent-focused sites including Disney Family.com, FamilyFun.com and iParenting.com.

Further attractions

Charities Walt Disney World is the largest supporter of the Give Kids the World compassion program, providing over 50,000 tickets a year and special services for terminally ill children and their families. Disney's Celebration in the Park transforms Lake Eola Park in Downtown Orlando into a magical Disney experience as our annual thank-you to the community. All of the best Disney entertainment is provided at no charge to nearly 100,000 Central Floridians during one weekend in October. The Disney Crew is a puppet show targeted at elementary age students, and is designed to discourage drug experimentation. The show travels to Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, and Polk counties and has played to over 1.7 million students. The Disney Dreamers and Doers program recognizes students in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Polk, and Brevard counties. The positive response by educators and families led to the expansion of the program in 1986 to all public school districts in the State of Florida. To date, nearly 6,000 students have been recognized. Disney's Community Service Awards program honors those groups whose members dedicate their lives in service to others. Over the years, we've recognized more than 1,000 Central Florida organizations with cash awards totaling over $4 million. In 1998, a total of $500,000 was awarded to 73 organizations at the fall awards ceremony. Through the Ears to You program, VoluntEar Cast Members can recommend funding to local non-profit organiations for which they volunteer. Applications are reviewed once a year by the VoluntEar Board and funds are awarded at a May ceremony. Funding for this program comes from money collected from the many ponds, reflecting pools, and other bodies of water throughout Walt Disney World.

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