Hey MetalHeadFan2500, you had no right to judge walt, sorry if I sound mad even if the comment was 4 years ago, but still walt was an artist. And he could draw, but he knew that his artists could do better, in fact he trained his artists! Even though he didn't draw the pictures, he was the creative force behind it. And that is just as important.
Oh how I agree. A Disney park in New York would be great but I think it would ruin my life. I'd never leave! I hear so many people say that Walt would be upset with the way his company is being handled these days. But the man was always one step ahead of everyone else and embraced change and the future - I think he'd be perfectly happy with what his name has become.
Yeah, but what would happen if Walt was still alive? Besides, think. Would Walt actually appreciate his company abandon the very animation style and excellent entertainment Walt has used during his lifetime and trade it for more, unintelligent tweenaged crap?
Hmm, that's not entirely true. Walt did draw Mickey (or mice that resembled him) very early on, Ub Iwerks redesigned "Mickey" and pretty much developed the character into the classic 1930s style Mickey we all know. Eventually yes, it did get to a point where Walt had all but forgotten how to draw a Mickey.
Funnily enough whilst this cast member is obviously meant to pass for Walt, with the salt'n'epper moustache he could also possibily pass for being Ub Iwerks back then as well. Hehe.