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HIST 113; Study Guide #3

by: Payton Nemeth

HIST 113; Study Guide #3 HIST 113-007

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Date Created: 09/10/16
Study Guide #3 1. Disney got the attention of many newspapers because he wasn’t obsessed with the  money. He lived humbly even though he was making a lot of money. He viewed profit as a way to enhance creativity.  2. Because of Herman Karmen, Disney started to merchandise its movie production. Snow  White was the first film Disney had completely merchandised.  3. Paul Hollister gave the new Disney studio a negative review. He said it was “severely gay as a World’s Fair model, as immaculate as a hospital, and as functional as a research  scientist’s dream laboratory.” 4. “Disneylan Democracy” allowed there to be a spirit of production. The workers were all  treated equally, Disney said they are all equally as important.  5. The manager, George Drake, encouraged the new employees not to see themselves as  better than other employees. Everyone working there was extremely talented and their  success in the company was determined by the money they could bring in.  6. Disney described animation to be “much as an automobile goes through an assembly  plant.” 7. Disney was not mean to the artists. When he was disgusted with the production process,  he would hire a professional for advice. Normally he would disregard the advice  completely.  8. Disney employees were committed and loyal to the company and to Walt.  9. Mike Myers described a Donald Duck storyboard with profanity thrown everywhere.  10. Don Graham was admired for his amazing skills as an artist and helping his colleagues. 


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