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us: Disney, Walt, 1901-1966


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    • us: Disini, 1901-1966
    • us: Disneĭ, Uolt, 1901-1966
    • us: Disney, Walter Elias, 1901-1966
    • us: Ti-si-ñi, 1901-1966
    • us: Ti-ssu-ni, 1901-1966
    • us: W. ディズニー, 1901-1966
    • us: Yensid, Retlaw, 1901-1966
    • us: דיסני, וולט, 1901-1966
    • us: ウォルトディズニー, 1901-1966
  • Variants

    • us: Disini, 1901-1966
    • us: Disneĭ, Uolt, 1901-1966
    • us: Disney, Walter Elias, 1901-1966
    • us: Ti-si-ñi, 1901-1966
    • us: Ti-ssu-ni, 1901-1966
    • us: W. ディズニー, 1901-1966
    • us: Yensid, Retlaw, 1901-1966
    • us: דיסני, וולט, 1901-1966
    • us: ウォルトディズニー, 1901-1966
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        19011205
    • Death Date

        19661215
    • Birth Place

        Chicago, Ill.
    • Death Place

        Burbank, Calif.
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
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  • Sources

    • found: Villarnonda, G. Poemas a Walt Disney, 1943.
    • found: Ltr. from Wm. E. Jenkins, 8/17/83 (Office of the County Clerk, Cook County, Ill., has on file a certificate (return of a birth) #2853, filed 8 Jan. 1891, indicating the child, Walter Disney, was born 30 Dec. 1890)
    • found: Legs ʼgrub yoṅ ba ji ltar byed. Ri moʼi lam nas Ti-si-ñiʼi skor gleṅ ba, 1999: t.p. (Ti-si-ñi) t.p. verso (in Chinese: Disini)
    • found: Wikipedia, WWW, Feb. 8, 2011: (Walter Elias Disney; b. December 5, 1901, d. December 15, 1966; born in Chicago; in 1906 moved to Marceline, Missouri; in 1911 moved to Kansas City and took courses at the Kansas City Art Institute; in 1917 moved to Chicago, where he took night classes at the Chicago Art Institute; an American film producer, director, screenwriter, voice actor, animator, entrepreneur, entertainer, international icon, and philanthropist; died of lung cancer in Burbank, California)
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    • 1978-12-20: new
    • 2013-01-08: revised
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