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I am your fairy godmother.
Walt Disney made many animations like these, but none of them really were successful, and this was a reason for this. It was during the great depression but he pushed through it and never gave up. It wasn't until his animation in 1928 Steamboat Willie took off and the first "Disney Renaissance" began.
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As his popularaty grew Walt kept being humble and never bragged but never gave up as well and kept pushing out ideas.
Walt Disney died in 1966 in Burbank California. But the company continues to grow and develop to this day while inspiring other new animation companies.
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