In his childhood young Walt spent a lot of time on a farm, where he learned to study nature and animals. He wasn't a good student at school because he always found things that interested him more than school such as movie house and drawing.
His family wasn't a rich one and Walt worked hard helping his father.
After the First World War he managed to set up his own film company. He rented an old camera and a garage. He became the owner of a small studio. He loved cartoons and was full of ideas.
Disney's cartoon films became popular all over the world.
The Disney studios continued producing movies after Walt's death in Wherever American films are shown, the name of "Disney" still draws the crowds.