Steamboat Willie (1928) was a Animation - Family Film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks and produced by Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney.
Steamboat Willie was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1998.
Steamboat WillieBy samcooper on Apr 13, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
There are many reasons why Walt Disney’s Steamboat Willie cartoon has remained a staple in American animation. Sure, there were cartoons that featured sound in the early 1920′s – Fleishcher’s Inkwell Studios did it with Song Car-Tunes. This also isn’t the “first... Read full article
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On its release, this cartoon was paired with the movie Gang War, but it was this cartoon, not the main movie, that movie patrons walked away talking about.
According to Roy O. Disney, Walt Disney came up with the idea of putting a soundtrack into his next Mickey Mouse cartoon after watching The Jazz Singer.
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