How Does Walt Disneyland Impact On Society

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History of the famous theme park, Disneyland is a place known for creating a safe and fun environment to its visitors. The wonderful place for your imagination to go free has a lot of hidden secrets and many things that most don't know about. It is most well known for the many cartoon characters and it's kid friendly movies with funny jokes to keep adults entertained. Then again the creator is not as well known. Disneyland has had a tremendous impact on society by advertising in mass to children, it changed the face of animation, and showed with hardworking and dedication your dreams can come true. “Walt Disney’s” real name is Walter Elias. He was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago. His parents were Elias and Flora Call Disney. Elias and Flora married January 1, 1888. Walter is of Irish, English and German …show more content…

A step into the future, with predictions of constructing things to come. Tomorrow offers new frontiers in science, adventure and ideals. The Atomic Age, the challenge of Outer Space and the hope for a peaceful, unified world.— Walter E. Disney, July 17, 1955”. Tomorrowland showcased what the future was supposed to be like or Walters impression of what the future would be like. This was the original “tomorrowland” which became a reality when creating the movie Tomorrowland directed by Brad Bird. Tomorrowland therefore envisioned the future and a portal to the unknown. It is also still functional and is still continuously operating. This specific part of Disneyland is the opposite of Tomorrowland and rather displays the old more country style of life. “Frontierland. It is here that we experience the story of our country's past. The color, romance and drama of frontier America as it developed from wilderness trails to roads, riverboats, railroads and civilization. A tribute to the faith, courage and ingenuity of our hearty pioneers who blazed the trails and made this progress

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