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Awards

Academy Awards, USA

1969 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)

Walt Disney's nomination and award was posthumous, as he died two years prior to the film's release... More

Walt Disney's nomination and award was posthumous, as he died two years prior to the film's release. Wolfgang Reitherman, the film's director, accepted the award on his behalf.

1965 Nominee
Oscar
Best Picture
Mary Poppins (1964)
Shared with:
1963 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
A Symposium on Popular Songs (1962)
1962 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Aquamania (1961)
1961 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Goliath II (1960)
Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Islands of the Sea (1960)
1960 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Noah's Ark (1959)
Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Mysteries of the Deep (1959)
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
1959 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Grand Canyon (1958)
James Algar accepting this award.
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Paul Bunyan (1958)
1958 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Truth About Mother Goose (1957)
1957 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Samoa (1956)
1956 Winner
Oscar
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
Men Against the Arctic (1955)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
No Hunting (1955)
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Switzerland (1955)
1955 Winner
Oscar
Best Documentary, Features
The Vanishing Prairie (1954)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Pigs Is Pigs (1954)
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Siam (1954)
1954 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom (1953)
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Bear Country (1953)
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
The Alaskan Eskimo (1953)
Best Documentary, Features
The Living Desert (1953)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Rugged Bear (1953)
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Ben and Me (1953)
1953 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Water Birds (1952)
1952 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Nature's Half Acre (1951)
Paul J. Smith accepting the award.
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952)
1951 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Beaver Valley (1950)
1950 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Toy Tinkers (1949)
1949 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Seal Island (1948)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Mickey and the Seal (1948)
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Tea for Two Hundred (1948)
1948 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Chip an' Dale (1947)
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Pluto's Blue Note (1947)
1947 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Squatter's Rights (1946)
1946 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Donald's Crime (1945)
1945 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
How to Play Football (1944)
1944 Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Reason and Emotion (1943)
1943 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Der Fuehrer's Face (1942)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Documentary
The Grain That Built a Hemisphere (1943)
Best Documentary
The New Spirit (1942)
1942 Winner
Honorary Award
Fantasia (1940)
Shared with:

For their outstanding contribution to the advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures ... More

For their outstanding contribution to the advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures through the production of Fantasia (certificate).

Winner
Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Lend a Paw (1941)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Truant Officer Donald (1941)
1940 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Ugly Duckling (1939)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Pointer (1939)
1939 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Ferdinand the Bull (1938)
Winner
Honorary Award
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

For Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recognized as a significant screen innovation which has ... More

For Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recognized as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field (one statuette - seven miniature statuettes).

Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Brave Little Tailor (1938)
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938)
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Good Scouts (1938)
1938 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Old Mill (1937)
1937 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Country Cousin (1936)
1936 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Three Orphan Kittens (1935)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935)
1935 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Tortoise and the Hare (1935)
1934 Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Three Little Pigs (1933)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Building a Building (1933)
1932 Winner
Honorary Award
For the creation of Mickey Mouse.
Winner
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Flowers and Trees (1932)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Mickey's Orphans (1931)

Golden Globes, USA

1954 Winner
Special Award
The Living Desert (1953)
For artistic merit.
1953 Winner
Cecil B. DeMille Award
1948 Winner
Special Award
Bambi (1942)
For furthering the influence of the screen. For the Hindustani version of the movie.

Primetime Emmy Awards

1966 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Program
Disneyland (1954)
Shared with:

For episode "Further Adventures of Gallagher". For episode "The Adventures of Gallegher: Part 1 (... More

For episode "Further Adventures of Gallagher". For episode "The Adventures of Gallegher: Part 1 (#11.16)". For episode "The Adventures of Gallegher: Part 2 (#11.17)". For episode "The Adventures of Gallegher: Part 3 (#11.18)".

1965 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Program Achievements in Entertainment
Disneyland (1954)
1956 Winner
Primetime Emmy
Best Producer - Film Series
Disneyland (1954)
1955 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Most Outstanding New Personality

American Choreography Awards, USA

2004 Winner
Innovator Award

Annie Awards

1975 Winner
Winsor McCay Award

Berlin International Film Festival

1954 Winner
Special Prize of the Senate of Berlin
For the long-term support of the festival with the best films of his production.

Cannes Film Festival

1954 Nominee
Grand Prize of the Festival
The Living Desert (1953)
Shared with:
1953 Winner
Jury Special Prize
For his contributions to making the festival acknowledged.
1946 Nominee
Award
Short Films
Wet Paint (1946)

David di Donatello Awards

1956 Winner
David
Best Foreign Production (Migliore Produzione Straniera)
Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Tied with The Grand Maneuver (1955).

Directors Guild of America, USA

1955 Winner
DGA Honorary Life Member Award

Golden Screen, Germany

1967 Winner
Golden Screen - Special Achievement
The award was given posthumously.

Laurel Awards

1967 Winner
Golden Laurel
Special

Whose artistic genius and love of life brought joyful family entertainment to audiences around the ... More

Whose artistic genius and love of life brought joyful family entertainment to audiences around the world and continue to delight each new generation of filmgoers.

1966 Winner
Golden Laurel
Producer
1965 Winner
Golden Laurel
Producer
1964 Winner
Golden Laurel
Top Producer
1963 Winner
Golden Laurel
Top Producer
1962 Winner
Golden Laurel
Top Producer
1961 Winner
Golden Laurel
Top Producer
1960 Nominee
Golden Laurel
Top Producer
1959 Nominee
Golden Laurel
Top Producer
1958 Nominee
Golden Laurel
Top Producer

Montréal World Film Festival

1999 Winner
Grand Prix Special des Amériques

For exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art. The award was received by his daughter ... More

For exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art. The award was received by his daughter Diane Disney.


Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists Awards

1987 Winner
Special Award
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
To Walt Disney, in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the movie.

New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1940 Winner
Special Award
Fantasia (1940)
Shared with:
1939 Winner
Special Award
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Online Film & Television Association

1997 Winner
OFTA Film Hall of Fame
Creative

Venice Film Festival

1950 Winner
Special Jury Prize
Beaver Valley (1950)
Cinderella (1950)
1949 Nominee
Golden Lion
The Three Caballeros (1944)
1948 Winner
International Award - Animated Film
Melody Time (1948)
1938 Winner
Grand Biennale Art Trophy
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
1937 Winner
Best Animation
1936 Winner
Special Recommendation
Animated Film
Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935)
1935 Winner
Best Animation
The Band Concert (1935)
1934 Winner
Golden Medal
Best Animation
Funny Little Bunnies (1934)

Walk of Fame

1960 Winner
Star on the Walk of Fame
Motion Picture
On 8 February 1960. At 7021 Hollywood Blvd.
Television
On 8 February 1960. At 6747 Hollywood Blvd.

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