Based on the book "Walt Before Mickey" covers the early years of Walt Disney's career.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG for period smoking throughout, mild thematic elements and language
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Did You Know?
Walt and his Mouse knock on the back door of a restaurant asking "Joe" for something small to eat. In Disney's Lady and the Tramp, the two dogs are fed behind a restaurant by characters "Tony" and "Joe". See more
Walt's Laugh O Gram studio was located in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City is mentioned several times in the film, however Walt (actor Thomas Ian Nicholas) and other characters refer to Kansas several times later in the film. Wrong state. See more
Let me tell you something about life... always finish what you start, and anything worth doing is worth doing well.
In the opening credits, we are told that the story is "based on the book by Timothy Susanin, forward by Diane Disney Miller." It's supposed to be "foreword," not "forward." This error is one of the most common in English and does not speak highly of the technical team's literacy level. See more
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