History Creator / Disney

11th Mar '17 3:31:12 PM nombretomado
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Eventually, Disney gambled for a true feature with one story like in its prime and created the hit ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}''. This success began one of the company's busiest era's releasing five or six pieces every year - many eventually becoming classics. [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks The first Disneyland]] was opened in 1955 and the studio moved into all live action dramatic films like ''Film/{{Treasure Island|1950}}'' and ''Film/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea''. The studio also moved into television with ''Disneyland'' that would become in various incarnations a long running television showcase for Disney's productions such as the "Davy Crockett" series while the syndicated ''TheMickeyMouseClub'' secured the youth audience.

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Eventually, Disney gambled for a true feature with one story like in its prime and created the hit ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}''. This success began one of the company's busiest era's releasing five or six pieces every year - many eventually becoming classics. [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks The first Disneyland]] was opened in 1955 and the studio moved into all live action dramatic films like ''Film/{{Treasure Island|1950}}'' and ''Film/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea''. The studio also moved into television with ''Disneyland'' that would become in various incarnations a long running television showcase for Disney's productions such as the "Davy Crockett" series while the syndicated ''TheMickeyMouseClub'' ''Series/TheMickeyMouseClub'' secured the youth audience.
5th Mar '17 10:54:33 PM Phoenixion
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* Creator/MarvelTelevision
** Creator/MarvelAnimation
5th Mar '17 10:48:43 PM Phoenixion
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* [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel Studios]] (2012-present)

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* [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel Studios]] Creator/MarvelStudios (2012-present)
4th Mar '17 12:57:38 AM C2
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* Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation

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* Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation
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3rd Mar '17 10:45:04 PM Phoenixion
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* [[Franchise/StarWars Lucas]][[Franchise/IndianaJones film]] (2012-present)

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* [[Franchise/StarWars Lucas]][[Franchise/IndianaJones film]] Creator/{{Lucasfilm}} (2012-present)
23rd Feb '17 7:02:21 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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The Walt Disney Company (commonly referred to as Disney, so much so that in recent years it has begun crediting itself as such too) is the largest media group in the world (Comcast and Sony are technically larger, but their figures also include revenue from non-media products). Chances are that this company has had some sort of impact to your life. You may have very likely heard the name "Disney" at least once, have at least watched one of its cartoons, or have seen a movie under their name. They're ''that'' influential to the field of entertainment.

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The Walt Disney Company (commonly referred to as Disney, so much so that in recent years it has begun crediting itself as such too) is the largest media group in the world (Comcast and Sony are technically larger, but their figures also include revenue from non-media products).assets). Chances are that this company has had some sort of impact to your life. You may have very likely heard the name "Disney" at least once, have at least watched one of its cartoons, or have seen a movie under their name. They're ''that'' influential to the field of entertainment.



Eventually, Disney gambled for a true feature with one story like in its prime and created the hit, ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}''. This success began one of the company's busiest era's releasing five or six pieces every year - many eventually becoming classics. [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks The first Disneyland]] was opened in 1955 and the studio moved into all live action dramatic films like ''Film/{{Treasure Island|1950}}'' and ''Film/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea''. The studio also moved into television with ''Disneyland'' that would become in various incarnations a long running television showcase for Disney's productions such as the "Davy Crockett" series while the syndicated ''TheMickeyMouseClub'' secured the youth audience.

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Eventually, Disney gambled for a true feature with one story like in its prime and created the hit, hit ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}''. This success began one of the company's busiest era's releasing five or six pieces every year - many eventually becoming classics. [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks The first Disneyland]] was opened in 1955 and the studio moved into all live action dramatic films like ''Film/{{Treasure Island|1950}}'' and ''Film/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea''. The studio also moved into television with ''Disneyland'' that would become in various incarnations a long running television showcase for Disney's productions such as the "Davy Crockett" series while the syndicated ''TheMickeyMouseClub'' secured the youth audience.
23rd Feb '17 6:41:34 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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The Walt Disney Company (commonly referred to as Disney, so much so that in recent years it has begun crediting itself as such too) is the largest media group in the world. Chances are that this company has had some sort of impact to your life. You may have very likely heard the name "Disney" at least once, have at least watched one of its cartoons, or have seen a movie under their name. They're ''that'' influential to the field of entertainment.

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The Walt Disney Company (commonly referred to as Disney, so much so that in recent years it has begun crediting itself as such too) is the largest media group in the world.world (Comcast and Sony are technically larger, but their figures also include revenue from non-media products). Chances are that this company has had some sort of impact to your life. You may have very likely heard the name "Disney" at least once, have at least watched one of its cartoons, or have seen a movie under their name. They're ''that'' influential to the field of entertainment.
18th Feb '17 10:42:36 AM Mario1995
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* Creator/DreamWorks (2009-2016; contract will conclude in 2016 and [=DreamWorks=]/Amblin moved to Comcast/Universal; shortly after this was announced, Universal was successful in convincing Katzenberg to sell [=DreamWorks=] Animation to them minus him)

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* Creator/DreamWorks (2009-2016; contract will conclude in 2016 and [=DreamWorks=]/Amblin moved to Comcast/Universal; shortly after this was announced, Universal was successful in convincing Katzenberg to sell [=DreamWorks=] Animation to them minus him)(via distribution agreement; 2009-2016; now with Creator/{{Universal}}[[note]]Universal also owns [=DreamWorks=]' former animation division, Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, as of August 2016[[/note]])
26th Jan '17 8:37:55 PM bwburke94
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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}}, A&E, Creator/{{The History Channel}}, Creator/{{Lifetime}}, and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.

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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}}, A&E, Creator/{{The History Channel}}, Creator/TheHistoryChannel, Creator/{{Lifetime}}, and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily [[Creator/{{Freeform}} The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.



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25th Jan '17 12:59:50 AM StFan
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* Disney/DisneyOnIce

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* Disney/DisneyOnIce''Theatre/DisneyOnIce''
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