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Walt: The Man Behind the Myth 

Walt Disney was a great person and he created Disneyland and other things for people all over the world and they are so proud of his great work and Mickey Mouse and Mary Poppins.
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Marian Galanis ...
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Paul Anderson ...
Himself
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Himself
Sharon Baird ...
Herself
Buddy Baker ...
Himself
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Himself
Michael Broggie ...
Himself
Roger Broggie ...
Himself (archive footage)
Bob Broughton ...
Himself
Edmund G. Brown ...
Himself (archive footage)
Robert Brown ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Walt Disney was a great person and he created Disneyland and other things for people all over the world and they are so proud of his great work and Mickey Mouse and Mary Poppins.

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16 September 2001 (USA)  »

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Connections

Features Fantasia (1940) See more »

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Off to School
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Loved it
12 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I never really knew much about Walt Disney, so I bought this film. And I think it was a great place to start. It gave a lot of background information, and you really got to see things from the point of view of the time. Instead of looking at it from 2005, I was looking at the film from the early 1900s and into the future. Walt's early life really interested me. He was basically a regular guy (aka genius) following something that really interested him.

I recommend this to anyone who wants a nice base of information about Disney. It's got that warm fuzzy feeling to it as well, but without hiding much. I think most will enjoy it.


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