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One of the world’s most powerful animated film personalities, Walt Disney is arguably the most credited for popularizing cartoons.

In 1934, he began work on his first feature film. Despite Hollywood’s suspicions, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs won audiences and one Oscar (in addition, he won seven small Oscar statuettes, one for each dwarf), and launched a new wave in the film industry. Pinocchio, Dumbo, Cinderella, 101 Dalmatians, Sleeping Beauty, The Jungle Book and other feature-length animated films created in the increasingly famous and larger Disney studio have been gaining viewers around the world.

Disney cartoons, which fascinate us every time, are based on ancient fairy tales. Amazing places that leave us breathless are also in many cases based on real, realistic landscapes and castles.