Walt Disney came up with Mickey Mouse after losing the rights to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit to Charles Mintz. He took a train back to California, where he and Ub Iwerks came up with a mouse character inspired by Walt's pet mouse. Walt originally decided to name him "Mortimer", but his wife, Lillian, suggested "Mickey". There, Mickey Mouse was born.
Mickey Mouse was created in 1928 by Walt Disney, Les Clark, and Ub Iwerks. Walt Disney's idea for Mickey Mouse came to him while riding a train from New York City to Los Angeles. Once back at his animation studio, Walt worked with Les Clark and Ub Iwerks to create the familiar character. The Walt Disney Company celebrates Mickey's birth on November 18, 1928, the release date of Steamboat Willie.After creating mickey mouse it get famous in the whole world as soon as the films realised.It 's not effect to the society in a bad way, it's really a enjoyable thimg for every one.
Walt Disney created Disney when he was bored. Scibbling on a piece of paper he first created Mickey mouse. Fact: The Disney theme parks address is 1313 people suppose this is because M is the thirteenth letter in the alphabet. 13 = M. Mickey Mouse 1313. Alright the fact is true but where the heck did you find that answer? Do you know anything? He wasn't bored oswald the lucky rabbit was taken away from him because of the contract and copyright issue so he was desperate and on a train with his wife he made up MORTIMER MOUSE from a pet mouse he named mortimer. His wife lilian thought it was a dumb name and thought mickey was better. He then renamed mortimer to mickey and made 4 cartoons with ub Iwerks, a soon-to-be disney animator. one of them, Steamboat willie was sent to the theater and was a hit. Mortimer was later used as a disney villian. Then began the legacy. Now that's the real answer.
No. Mice have ADHD and it is hard to keep their attention for more that a few minutes. If you want to teach a rodent to fetch you probably should consider a rat...not to mention you can potty train a rat and not a mouse... ..... The previous answer is completely false.... It is very possible to train your mouse to fetch as well as potty train it... You teach your mouse to fetch by giving your mouse something to pick up. When It picks it up put your hand under the object. when the object touches your hand give your mouse a snack. practice practice practice. As your mouse learns start moving your hand farther from the object and the mouse will bring it to your hand so it can have a treat.
Mortimer. After Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was stolen from him by Universal, on a train traveling back his studios in California, a Depressed Walt created Mortimer Mouse. His wife Lillian convinced him to change the name to Mickey, to keep it appropriate because Mortimer means depression, to keep it safe for Children.
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