• Zoetrope

    Early animation did not have any sound, and was simple.
  • The film

    • H.W. Goodwin invents nitrate celluloid film, which is a chemical combination of gun cotton and gum camphor.
  • Walt Disney Studios

    Walt Disney Studios
    The Walt Disney Company started in 1923 in the rear of a small office occupied by Holly-Vermont Realty in Los Angeles. It was there that Walt Disney, and his brother Roy, produced a series of short live-action/animated films collectively called the ALICE COMEDIES. The rent was a mere $10 a month. Within four months, the ever-growing staff moved next door to larger facilities, where the sign on the window read "Disney Bros. Studio." A year later, in 1925, the Disneys made a deposit on a Hyperion
  • Walt Disney +/- Oswald the lucky rabbit

    Walt Disney +/- Oswald the lucky rabbit
    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (also known as Oswald the Rabbit or Oswald Rabbit) is an anthropomorphic rabbit and animated cartoon character created by Ub Iwerks and Walt Disney for funny animal films distributed by Universal Pictures in the 1920s and 1930s. As Oswald grew in popularity, Oswald was taken away from Walt Disney, along with most of his animators, which forced him to eventually create Mickey Mouse. Charles Mintz, and later Walter Lantz, took over production, creating new Oswald cartoons u
  • Steam boat Whillie

    Steam boat Whillie
    After the loss of Oswald, Walt descided to create a mouse, named Mickey Mouse. His dabue was in a short film called steam boat whillie.
  • Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse
    He has changed over time but is still in the Disney family today.