23 July 2009

The Walt Disney Family Museum - Part II

The Walt Disney Family Museum has just released some more information about their soon-to-be-open exhibts. Here are the details and a few sneak peeks! Am I the only one blown away by the quality and quantity of family history guests are going to be able to take in? Enjoy!
Gallery 2 - Hollywood (1923-1928)Walt arrived in California in 1923 hoping to find work as a director. But when he received a contract for his own work, he launched Disney Bros. Studio with his brother Roy. By the end of 1924, Walt was focusing on story development and directing and was no longer working as an animator. After several business setbacks, Disney created Mickey Mouse, which established Disney Bros. Studio as the leading animation studio in the country. With the third Mickey Mouse film, Steamboat Willie, Walt joined the vanguard of the talking-picture revolution by creating an animated film with synchronized sound. Both Walt and Roy Disney married during this period, Walt to Lillian Bounds, a studio inker.Original artwork, including the earliest known drawings of Mickey Mouse, will illustrate Disney’s sensational success with his character. Other exhibit highlights include business correspondence between Walt and Roy, the move to the new Hyperion Studios, where Disney created four of its great animation features, and Walt’s meeting with and marriage to Lillian Bounds.

1 comment:

Princess Fee said...

I hope to visit this museum one day! Am so annoyed that my parents are visiting the San Francisco area just a few weeks early of the opening... Thank you for sharing the images, Ryan.