• Donald Duck Super Disney Crooke
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    Who is Donald Duck? Full Name: Donald Fauntleroy Duck Birthdate: Egg hatched June 9, 1934 (Egg laid Friday, March 13, 1934) Besides in my opinion, being the greatest cartoon character ever, Donald is the one in the little blue suit that is more often in a rage than not. His personality shows through actions. He gives new meaning to the phrase: 'Actions speak louder than words.' His lines are few and almost indecipherable, forcing his actions to speak the volume of his parts. His personality make...
  • Walt Disney Culture Family Values
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    The Mouse Trap // It seems that's everyone's angry with Mickey, from the left and right. But the anger is really centered on the way the Walt Disney Co. reflects our culture and the values we all say we uphold. Star Tribune; Minneapolis, Minn. ; Jan 10, 1998; Martha Sawyer Allen; Staff Writer; Sub Title: [METRO Edition] Column Name: Faith & Values Start Page: 05 B ISSN: 08952825 Abstract: Religious conservatives decry what they say is the Walt Disney Co.'s move away from 'family values and famil...
  • Innovation In Animation Walt Disney
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    Innovation in Animation In the early 1900 s, people from across the globe migrated toward a common land, that land being the newly established United States of America. The U. S. offered these immigrants freedom and a chance at success that was unthinkable anywhere else. Everyone who entered America was on the same boat, and each had their own contributions to make toward bettering the country. The sudden explosion of residents however, left America lacking certain necessities to hold on to the...
  • Mulan Anthropology 32 2 1999
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    Traditional Western and Disney Ideals as Seen in Mulan Fairy tales have been a long tradition in almost all cultures, starting as oral traditions to and gradually evolving into written texts intended for future generations to enjoy. Today, a common medium for relaying these ancient stories is through animation. The Walt Disney Company is probably the most well known for its animated portrayals of many classic fairy tales. These fairy tales are considered, by fairy tale researcher Justyna Deszcz ...
  • Euro Disney Park French One
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    Only one year after the grand opening of Euro Disneyland, Robert Fitzpatrick left his position asEuroDisney's chairperson, citing a desire to start his own consulting firm. In April 1993, PhilippeBourguignon took over the helm of Euro Disney, thought by some to be a sinking ship. EuroDisneypublicly reported a net loss of FFr 188 million for the fiscal year ending September 1992, though cumulative losses through April 1993 approached half a billion dollars. 1 The European park also fell one milli...
  • Sweatshops Workers Work
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    How do Sweatshops tie into our Nation s Products Many companies and schools in the United States buy their products from factories that have their workers working in horrible conditions. That is employing over 50, 000 workers to work in these conditions. They have the workers work from 5 A. M. until nighttime inhaling dangerous chemicals and working in temperatures that get as high as 130 degrees. These high temperatures cause heat stress, burns, and injuries to workers. Many of the factories t...
  • Disney In France Theme Park
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    Maria Hoffman Week Four Written Assignment Disney in France Instructor Matt Hurley Abstract In 1992, the Walt Disney Company opened its fourth theme park in Paris, France. The grand opening did not go without problems, and park operations were disorganized. In this paper, I will attempt to explain the assumptions that the Walt Disney Company made and the results of those assumptions. How Disney could have made a more favorable opening and acceptance in France. Was this choice of locations for t...
  • Disney's Affect On Culture
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    In the words of Walt Disney, "If you can dream it, you can do it." This is the foundation he based his magical empire on. With an imagination and the funds from an insurance policy, he took his dream and made the Disney name one of the most well known names worldwide. Disney, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and other popular characters are as much of our culture in the entertainment industry as McDonalds and Burger King are for the restaurant industry. The presence of the Disney Corporation has affect...