In 1920, Walt Disney established his first own company specializing in animation production with his friend partner. However, his company later ran into financial difficulties, leading to bankruptcy. In 1923, from the little capital borrowed from relatives, Walt Disney founded Disney Brothers Studios. From here, Mickey Mouse, a friend of millions of children around the world was born. To make his character more complete, Walt hired a team of professional painters and rendering engineers, using state-of-the-art technology to create realistic character movements and sounds. At the age of 27, Walt Disney became the first person to produce animated cartoons with sound. Famous as an animator, director and producer. Since Mickey was born in 1928 until 1947, Walt Disney took over the voiceover for this mouse, before handing over the job to British actor Jimmy MacDonald. With this success he received an Academy Award in 1932. In 1937 “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” Walt Disney’s first feature-length animated feature film premiered and achieved external success. Imagine, Disney grossed up to 1,499 million dollars despite the recession taking place at this period. After the success of the film about Snow White, other long films such as Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo Flying Elephant, Bambi Deer … were born and captured the hearts of millions of world audiences.