Walt Disney Quote

Our most important aim is to develop definite personalities in our cartoon characters. We don't want them to be just shadows, for merely as moving figures they provoke no emotional response from the public. We invest them with life a caricature of life.


Walt Disney interview, New York Times, March 1938

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Our most important aim is to develop definite personalities in our cartoon characters. We don't want them to be just shadows, for merely as moving...

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Our most important aim is to develop definite personalities in our cartoon characters. We don't want them to be just shadows, for merely as moving...

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Our most important aim is to develop definite personalities in our cartoon characters. We don't want them to be just shadows, for merely as moving...

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Our most important aim is to develop definite personalities in our cartoon characters. We don't want them to be just shadows, for merely as moving...