Walt Disney’s plans for Disneyland's 160-acre building site in Anaheim, California called for 5,000 cubic yards of concrete, a million square feet of asphalt pathways and acres of flowers and greenery.
For a young Walt Disney, Marceline, Missouri provided the setting for an idyllic childhood.
Walt Disney insisted the staff call him "Walt," and brought in experts from prestigious art schools to teach classes to his animators.
He was almost named Mortimer Mouse. How did Walt Disney and his team dream up the new animated star?