November 18, 1928... The first successful sound-synchronized animated cartoon, Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie" starring Mickey Mouse, premiered in New York.

This Day In Disney History- 11/15 On this date in 2010, Walt Disney World Resort kicks off its annual toy collection drive for Toys for Tots with help from members of the United States Marine Corps, Duffy the Disney Bear and Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Disney VoluntEARS have created the “Cuddliest Christmas Tree,” a 20-foot-high, 10-foot-wide Christmas tree made of 1,200 stuffed Duffy bears, which will be donated to Central Florida Toys for Tots. From this day until December 10, Walt Disney...

On this date in 1928, Walt Disney released "Steamboat Willie" starring Mickey Mouse, the first commercially successful animated cartoon to use synchronized sound. Four years later on this date, Disney received an honorary Oscar at the Academy Awards at the Ambassador Hotel "for the creation of Mickey Mouse." Photo of Disney and Mickey from the L.A. Times files

Mickey Mouse Walt Disney 16"x20" Poster excellent condition. These were the days growing up at this time was wonderful. Own a piece of history and bring back those days every time you think back. Paper has brown tint from the years, stored with other fine sister posters which we will soon be offering.normal storage wear.

Treasure of Walt Disney Archives. Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum. Date: Tuesday, April 26 – Sunday, June 28, 2015 Time: 9:00-18:00 (9:00-20:00 on Fri & Sat) Admission: 1,000 adults, 800 yen for high school 500 yen for junior and elementary school students The long-awaited Walt Disney exhibition loved by people of all ages around the world has now come to Okinawa. From Mickey Mouse as preserved in the original Walt Disney Archives to the live-action film “Pirates of the Caribbean,”…

Today In History: January 8: 1936: Legion of Honor is conferred upon Walt Disney - The Legion of Honor is conferred upon Walt Disney, right, creator of Mickey Mouse, in a ceremony in Hollywood.

Photograph caption dated September 9, 1958 reads, "Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck issue from the ink wells of the artists who work in this Animation Building at the Walt Disney Studio in Burbank. The executive offices are also housed in the building. It is one of 67 buildings on the 51-acre lot."

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