Sunday, April 8, 2012


Mickey Mouse
Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse is a cartoon character-shaped animals
characterized by the man who became a symbol terulung The Walt Disney Company. He was made in 1928 (and originally voiced) by Walt Disney. Disney celebrates the birth of Mickey Mouse on 18 November 1928 with the launch of the animated film Steamboat Willie. The rat has evolved from mere character animation and comic strips to become one of the most recognized symbols in the world.

Walt Disney provided the voice of Mickey Mouse since 1928 until 1946.

Now, the voice of Mickey Mouse is Wayne Allwine. Disney said he got the idea to create a Mickey Mouse from a mouse that he saw in the studio Laugh-O-Gram is located in Kansas City, Missouri which he called Mortimer Mouse.

Mickey Mouse, originally an animated theater, appearing on the big screen for the first time on 18 November 1928. You must own the image, attractiveness, not only of the cartoon characters are fun, but also a major player in the first sound cartoon ever, at the time of silent movies still playing in theaters. This is all brand new and innovative, and Steamboat Willie to take the public by storm. He was the first international personality animation, which laid the groundwork for the entire Disney empire. He symbolizes everything that Disney stood in a positive and optimistic philosophy. When other cartoonists to experiment with innuendo and sexuality, or steal ideas from one another, Walt Disney creations into original, fun, and something for the whole family, regardless of age to enjoy together.

The birth of Mickey Mouse occurred on a train trip cross-country (four-day trip) beginning in 1928. Walt returned from a business meeting with his wife. At age 26, and with an active cartoon studio in Hollywood, Walt had set out to look for a new contract for his creation, Oswald Rabbit, but his supporters refused. When they own the copyright, they took over, leaving Walt with nothing. To prepare to announce unpleasant news for the workers to return home, Walt gave birth to a mouse sympathetic that he was first named, "Mortimer".

Mickey Mouse Happy

At the end of the trip, which concludes in Los Angeles, Lillian Disney suggested to him that the first name is too stuffy. He was replaced, "Mickey." Walt and his head animator, Ub Iwerks, about to finish their first Mickey Mouse cartoon, "Plane Crazy." But the distributors will not buy the film. Not one to quit, Walt produced two silent Mickey Mouse cartoon, called "Gallopin Gaucho '." It's less than a year since Warner Brothers has introduced Al Jolson talkie with the "Jazz Singer" (late 1927). In 1928, Walt Disney began working on his third Mickey Mouse cartoon, this time a talkie, titled, "Steamboat Willie." To add sound to film, Walt had to take the animation to New York from the West Coast study did not have the equipment. Youth invested everything he had into the film, and when completed, Walt screened for New York exhibitors.

A manager at the Colony Theater and Walt liked to think he would take the opportunity to demonstrate innovative cartoon talk. "Steamboat Willie" rousing success. Walt immediately add sound to the first two cartoons and offers all its exhibitors talkie package of three short cartoons. it's creator, himself, is given a voice to all the Mickey Mouse cartoons up through World War II. In 1946, when Walt became too busy to continue the work, an experienced human Disney sound and vocal effects with the name of Jim McDonald, inherited the task. McDonald was destined to continue its work high pitched until his retirement in 1974, and passed on to the work of Wayne Allwine.

Immediately after introduction into the local market, Mickey Mouse became famous beyond all expectations, to the point where people come to the theater that first asked if they would "run a Mickey" before they would consider buying a ticket. Remember that this is just months before the catastrophic 1929 stock market crash and subsequent economic downturn in America. Mickey continued strong popularity over the past three decades Kotor. Theater managers had a more intelligent and should be the title of a charming little mouse with big signs stating, "Mickey Mouse playing today!" The coach did what a lot of movie goers able to complete, until they begin to clean the theater at the end of each feature, as they do today, to sit through some of these features show just to see Mickey again. Remember that cartoon is as popular for adults as they are for children, and there is no other way to see it. It was only later when television arrived, that the beginning of the first cartoon to be shown to the viewers at home on the small screen.

Walt Disney produced 87 short cartoons during the 1930s, in which Mickey Mouse worked as everything from a giant killer, to cowboy, to a detective for the inventor. Another cartoon that time again and again, boring musical with dancing flowers and silly pictures that do not have a plot and individual personalities and can be identified from the mouse and his friends. An entire family of characters created for the Disney stable, including, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, Donald Duck, and some lesser knowns, and Peg-Leg Klarabela rough Pete. In 1932, nearly four years after the world was introduced to the fun rodents, Walt Disney received an Oscar for creating Mickey Mouse.

Young children from 1955-1959 will remember the children are introduced to the most popular television show, "The" Mickey Mouse Club, (premiere October 3, 1955) with a cast that changes the character of real children, all sporting the trademark ear them, and their first names on their t-shirt. There are more popular than others (especially as the years pass and t-shirts began to fill). lifelong career began to figures such as Annette Funicello and Bobby Burgess, later became a popular dancer for the Lawrence Welk Show. The event is being born again successfully in 1977 and 1989, with a new generation of stars and fans. It was in 1929 that established the first Mickey Mouse Club, which consists of a meeting of several million members at the local cinema for the Saturday afternoon games and cartoons. They have a special member greeting, secret handshakes, and codes of correct behavior. But it's not the first song popular in the 1950s, but the club song called "Minnie's Yoo Hoo." High point in the early 1940's is re-emerging artistic achievement in the cinema into the modern period is known as "Fantasia." (1940) In a film sequence that occurs during play Mickey Mouse Sorcerer's Apprentice. He borrowed equipment and the employer's magical run into trouble when things get out of hand. He animates a broomstick to do his job, but can not control them. Disruption leads that are not repaired until the bulging Sorcerer reappears to punish his wayward apprentice, and improve the situation. Years before his time, "Fantasia" to introduce young audiences to classical music with animation to match, all presented in an innovative stereophonic sound. Theater subscribers and gawk at that time still amazed at what they see, many of them will see the movie dozens of times.

World War Two broke Mickey's career, as the Disney studio halted commercial production for the war effort as a project to produce training films, posters, design of the emblem of the armed forces, and the goodwill tour. Mickey Mouse appeared in many of the posters as part of a War Bond drive. On D-Day, June 6, 1944, the allies adopted a password on the beach and the trenches: the password is "Mickey Mouse." After the war, Mickey appeared in two films, "Fun and Fancy Free" in 1947. He stars with Donald Duck and Goofy in a new version of "Jack and the Beanstalk." At that Mickey and his friends, stole into the castle high in the sky, trying not to be found by a hungry giant and a little fun. When it's titled, "Mickey and the Beanstalk."

During the forties and fifties, Mickey continues to make a cartoon, but it does not appear in as many as Donald, Goofy, and Pluto. Because Mickey is a symbol of the main Disney, with a personality typecast, it is difficult to create a new story for him. Fans do not appreciate to see Mickey angry or doing anything sneaky. This is better left to the Donald Duck agitated and unwittingly silly and emotional Goofy. In 1955, Mickey Mouse moved to Disneyland to host your own garden, the sequence of events are often advertised on the Club Mickey. There, larger than the life of mouse greet visitors, pose for pictures, and leading the big parades on national holidays. In 1971, he opened the Walt Disney World Resort. 1983 saw the opening of Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Paris in 1992 has been created where Mickey wearing a beret.

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