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21st Jun '16 11:41:23 PM Adept
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* Walt Fleishman in ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' (the episode "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?") is probably an amalgam of Disney and [[FleischerStudios one or two of his contemporaries.]]

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* Walt Fleishman in ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' (the episode "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?") is probably an amalgam of Disney and [[FleischerStudios [[Creator/FleischerStudios one or two of his contemporaries.]]
21st May '16 4:03:35 PM Doug86
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* Comics/XMen villain Bolivar Trask, creator of the Sentinals, was visually based on Walt Disney, and inhereted his interest in futuristic technology and his purported bigotry.

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* Comics/XMen ComicBook/XMen villain Bolivar Trask, creator of the Sentinals, was visually based on Walt Disney, and inhereted his interest in futuristic technology and his purported bigotry.
14th Apr '16 3:45:00 PM ThePocket
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* Bigweld from ''WesternAnimation/Robots'', according to the filmmakers. Even though he's in a completely different industry -- his company sells robotic gadgets as well as spare parts for the robotic inhabitants of his world -- he has the friendly demeanor, the big-dreamer mentality, and his own TV show. By the time the protagonist arrives at Bigweld HQ, where he'd dreamed of working someday, the company has been taken over by a sleazy executive who's only interested in making money and has no interest in offering jobs to small-timers like him. (As this was an animated film made by [[Creator/BlueSky a studio that is not Disney]], it's probably a bit autobiographical as well.)

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* Bigweld from ''WesternAnimation/Robots'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'', according to the filmmakers. Even though he's in a completely different industry -- his company sells robotic gadgets as well as spare parts for the robotic inhabitants of his world -- he has the friendly demeanor, the big-dreamer mentality, and his own TV show. By the time the protagonist arrives at Bigweld HQ, where he'd dreamed of working someday, the company has been taken over by a sleazy executive who's only interested in making money and has no interest in offering jobs to small-timers like him. (As this was an animated film made by [[Creator/BlueSky a studio that is not Disney]], it's probably a bit autobiographical as well.)



14th Apr '16 3:44:32 PM ThePocket
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* Bigweld from ''WesternAnimation/Robots'', according to the filmmakers. Even though he's in a completely different industry -- his company sells robotic gadgets as well as spare parts for the robotic inhabitants of his world -- he has the friendly demeanor, the big-dreamer mentality, and his own TV show. By the time the protagonist arrives at Bigweld HQ, where he'd dreamed of working someday, the company has been taken over by a sleazy executive who's only interested in making money and has no interest in offering jobs to small-timers like him. (As this was an animated film made by [[Creator/BlueSky a studio that is not Disney]], it's probably a bit autobiographical as well.)


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* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' gave us Wilson Wonder, founder of the theme park Wonder World. Serial con artist Al Swindler took over the park and had Wonder locked away inside one of his own attractions so he wouldn't cause trouble.
7th Feb '16 3:24:37 PM nombretomado
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* Lemuel Stewartson on the Atom.com cartoons about TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation; his creation was a raccoon called Mortimer Koon (in a universe of AnimatedActors). Alas, the ill-fated theme park Koonland was ruined by UnfortunateImplications.

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* Lemuel Stewartson on the Atom.com cartoons about TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation; UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation; his creation was a raccoon called Mortimer Koon (in a universe of AnimatedActors). Alas, the ill-fated theme park Koonland was ruined by UnfortunateImplications.
26th Jan '16 8:46:45 AM dsneybuf
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* Howard Stark in ''Film/IronMan2'' is very much based on the futurist side of Walt, though it's shown in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' that in his earlier days he was more of a pre-breakdown Creator/HowardHughes type. ''Series/AgentCarter'' reveals during its second season that Howard did open his own movie studio in between those periods.

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* Howard Stark in ''Film/IronMan2'' is very much based on the futurist side of Walt, though it's shown in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' that in his earlier days he was more of a pre-breakdown Creator/HowardHughes type. ''Series/AgentCarter'' reveals during its second season that Howard did open his own movie studio in between those periods.
26th Jan '16 8:43:21 AM dsneybuf
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* Howard Stark in ''Film/IronMan2'' is very much based on the futurist side of Walt, though it's shown in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' that in his earlier days he was more of a pre-breakdown HowardHughes type.

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* Howard Stark in ''Film/IronMan2'' is very much based on the futurist side of Walt, though it's shown in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' that in his earlier days he was more of a pre-breakdown HowardHughes type.Creator/HowardHughes type. ''Series/AgentCarter'' reveals during its second season that Howard did open his own movie studio in between those periods.
15th Jan '16 5:39:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://www.atomicthinktank.com/viewtopic.php?p=827769#p827769 Walter Rand]] in the ''HaltEvilDoer'' setting for ''MutantsAndMasterminds''. His "Rand Utopias" are parodies of Disney's "planned community" Celebration combined with the comicbook concept of the MadScientist having a hidden community as his own sociology experiment. (The real Disney also existed in the HED! setting, and got irritated at Rand constantly stealing his ideas. The last straw was when he started "poaching" Mouseketeers to join Sneckles the Snake's Young Pioneers.)

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* [[http://www.atomicthinktank.com/viewtopic.php?p=827769#p827769 Walter Rand]] in the ''HaltEvilDoer'' ''TabletopGame/HaltEvilDoer'' setting for ''MutantsAndMasterminds''. His "Rand Utopias" are parodies of Disney's "planned community" Celebration combined with the comicbook concept of the MadScientist having a hidden community as his own sociology experiment. (The real Disney also existed in the HED! setting, and got irritated at Rand constantly stealing his ideas. The last straw was when he started "poaching" Mouseketeers to join Sneckles the Snake's Young Pioneers.)
3rd Jan '16 4:36:32 PM binaroid
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* Grant Walker from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': The focus is less on him as a cartoon mogul and more on the animatronics part and his design of an underwater utopia with no crime ([[VideoGame/BioShock1 wa]][[Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe it ...]]). His attempt to work with Mr. Freeze to gain immortality results in a HumanPopsicle combined with AndIMustScream.

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* Grant Walker from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': The focus is less on him as a cartoon mogul and more on the animatronics part part, and his design of an [[UnderwaterCity underwater utopia utopia]] with no crime ([[VideoGame/BioShock1 wa]][[Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe it ...]]). His attempt to work with Mr. Freeze to gain immortality does succeed, but ultimately results in him becoming a HumanPopsicle combined (combined with AndIMustScream.AndIMustScream, since he's still conscious) when his city is brought down around him.
7th Nov '15 12:10:52 PM MJTR
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* Comics/XMen villain Bolivar Trask, creator of the Sentinals, was visually based on Walt Disney, and inhereted his interest in futuristic technology and his purported bigotry.
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