A Man who created Mickey Mouse

05 Dec 2016  Mon

“If you can dream it, you can do it. Always remember that this whole thing was started by a mouse.”
- Walt Disney

Imagine the world without Mickey mouse or Donald Duck and the Disney Princesses. No one can imagine that because for a little girl and boy of 20th century Disney movies circulated around their little minds and without its magic their childhood would have been colourless and monotonous.

Today on 5th December 1901 the man behind the existence of the Mickey Mouse and Disney princess was born. Walt Disney had a unique ability to look at an entire picture. He was able to accept the past with the vision of tomorrow. He pioneered the field of animation and invented a new way to understand and teach it.

Walt Disney’s interest in history showed in this work. He did not give a piece of his vision to his viewer. But he believes in connecting those pieces and form a whole picture which made the life enjoyable in the coming years of sorrow in the hope of brighter future.

His first creation was ‘The Alice Comedies’ which later was renamed and presented as ‘Alice in Cartoon-land’. Further, he presented the world with full-length animated classics such as Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo and Bambi and musical of ‘Snow-white and the seven Dwarfs’.

On the 90th anniversary of Disney Company, the GUINEA-BISSAU issued the Souvenir Sheet to celebrate the creator of this new dimension which gave a platform to many new ideas and innovation, to honour this man who Gave us full-length animation movie with a theme park of Disney land and most important of all the Mickey Mouse.

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