Celeste Marquez Crystal Leigh Honors History – 6 25 November 2012 Bibliography Primary Sources Video Clips Walt Disney

Alternate Sound Track. Disney Animations. Walt Disney Animation Company, 2010. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We chose this video mainly because it gave good information, and that it was coming from the man himself, Walt Disney. It went with our topic of Steamboat Willie and where glad to have found it due to the fact that it was rather difficult to find. Walt Disney Animations Steamboat Willie. Disney Animation. Walt Disney Animation Studios, 27 Aug. 2009. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. Because we did our project on "Steamboat Willie" we figured just having pictures of the scenes where not enough. So we found a video of "Steamboat Willie." Having the video on our website would give us the ability to show the audience what short cartoons where like back then and to have a taste of what Mickey's personality was like when he was first created. Photos "Classic Mickey Mouse Comic Strips." Drawn. Disqus, n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. Not only did Mickey Mouse appear in cartoons back in the 30's, but comic strips as well. Before the Mickey Mouse craze had gone to merchandise, we didn't see him everywhere like we do today. He was in newspapers though, and according to this comic, it is from around 1935. We chose to incorporate this picture onto our site to show that Mickey wasn't just in cartoons. Disney, Walt. "April 21, 1930 Just Mickey is Released." Go2TDR: This Day in Disney. Seesaa, n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. We found this picture on a blog including other pictures with dates of Walt

Disney cartoons and pictures being published.This picture is a part of one of our slideshows on the context page and used it, again, to show other cartoons Walt has made and how he has improved. - - -. "Closeup of the earliest known drawings of Mickey Mouse, circa 1928." Examiner. N.p., 18 Nov. 2009. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This drawing was incorporated into our dedication to Mickey page where we have early drawings of him to show what he looked like bacj then from how he has evolved today. - - -. "The Earliest Known Drawings of Mickey Mouse, 1928." San Francisco Sentinel. San Francisco Sentinel, 2009. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. Looking over this website we found a picture of one of the earliest drawing of Mickey Mouse that we incorporated into our website. - - -. "In Trouble." Laura's View. Blogger, 30 Jan. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. This picture shows both characters that where in "Steamboat Willie" and we added it to one of our slideshows. - - -. "Mickey Mouse Antagonizing Piglets." Laura's View. Blogger, 30 Jan. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. Back in the 20's when Mickey Mouse was first introduced he had a sneaky mischievous personality and we used pictures from "Steamboat Willie" to portray that. - -. "Mickey Mouse Classes, Mickey Mouse Old." Animation Pitstop. Blogger, 7 Feb. 2011. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. We found this image of Mickey Mouse on Animation Pitstop and decided to use it because it was the perfect image of Mickey when he was first created. This image gave us more of an understanding of certain details Mickey had back then from today. We found this image useful to our website because when talking about "Steamboat Willie" we are talking about Mickey back in the 20's and 30's rather than him today, and it makes the website homepage and others look more old-fashioned to agree with the topic. - -. Mickey Mouse in The Band Concert (1935). Blake Online. Blogger, n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2012.

This is a picture of Walt Disney's cartoon, "The Band Concert" that we put on our context page in the second slideshow. While reading the information given to us on this website we learned that this cartoon was the first made in color, like "Steamboat Willie" was the first to be made with sound. We found this picture on a blog that gave us really interesting information on "Steamboat Willie" as well, we learned one of the songs Walt used while making it, which was "Turkey In The Straw". - - -. "Mickey Mouse Pulling a Goose's Neck." Laura's View. Blogger, 30 Jan. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. Mickey Mouse shows his rude ways in the cartoon "Steamboat Willie" so to portray that, we made a slideshow of scenes from the cartoon. "Mickey Mouse with a Pig." Laura's View. Blogger, 30 Jan. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We added this picture as part of our slideshow in our "A New Creation" page to enlighten the audience on Mickey Mouse's personality. . "Mickey Mouse with a Pig." Laura's View. Blogger, 30 Jan. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We added this picture as part of our slideshow in our "A New Creation" page to enlighten the audience on Mickey Mouse's personality. - -. "Mickey Playing the Xylophone." Laura's View. Blogger, 30 Jan. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We added this picture as part of our slideshow in one of our pages to enlighten the audience on Mickey's personality. - -. "The Opry House (March 20, 1929)." Retro Junk. Retro Junk, n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. This picture is of Mickey Mouse playing the piano and is included in one of our slideshows on our context page. This cartoon was created about a year after "Steamboat Willie" and showed how Walt progressed quite a bit with his sound experimenting because the cartoon itself is about instruments being played, and Mickey playing the piano, which is what is portrayed in the picture. This cartoon also shows a bit of evolution in Mickey due to the fact that it was the first time he had worn his white gloves. In conclusion, adding this picture to our website gave us the curiosity in watching the short film and learning more about Walt's later creations.

- -. "Walt Disney Drawing Mickey Mouse Character." The Cartoonists. N.p., 30 Aug. 2012. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. This is a photo of Walt Disney drawing Mickey Mouse as "Steamboat Willie." We found this picture on a website along with information on Walt Disney and his past. On our website you will find this picture on the homepage as well as the other pages attached to two other pictures, one of Mickey himself and another of Walt drawing Mickey. This picture really portrays the connection Walt Disney had while drawing and how focused he could be as well. "Disneyland." www.panoramio.com. N.p., 11 Mar. 2010. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This is a preset day picture of a statue at Disneyland. Its Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse holding hands in front of the Cinderella castle. A remembrance of what he did for the world of animation. "Felix the Cat and Mickey Mouse." Harry-Go-Round. Harry-Go-Round, 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We chose to add this picture on our website to show that Mickey Mouse isn't just popular in America but other countries as well. "Gallopin' Gaucho." Fanpop. Fanpop Inc., 2010. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. This image is another black and white picture that was part of one of Walt Disney's cartoons "Gallopin Gaucho". We used this image in one of our slideshows on our context page. Malloy, Betsy. "Meeting Mickey Mouse." About.com. About.com, 2008. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We decided to use this picture because it showed that even today, no matter how old he is, Mickey Mouse can put a smile on children's faces. We used it on our page, "The Never Ending Mouse." - - -. "Walt and Mickey: Still Friends." About.com. About.com, 2008. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We used this picture because we felt that it showed a great connection between Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse and how they remain together, so we used it on our page called, "The Never Ending Mouse."

Mickey in Fantasia. Wild Mint. Wild Mint Productions, 13 May 2012. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. We added this picture to one of our slideshows to show the different characters Mickey has portrayed over the years, a steamboat captain, a wizard... etc. And again, how Walt's first cartoon "Steamboat Willie" has affected his later cartoons. "Mickey Mouse and Pluto (Lend A Paw, 1941)." Cartoon Scrapbook. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. <http://www.cartoonscrapbook.com/l-p/001/disney-animated-short_L129.htm>. This picture of Mickey and Pluto was used in the context page to show the evolution of Walt's cartoons past the creation of "Steamboat Willie." "Mickey Mouse, famous Disney icon, makes his film debut in 'Plane Crazy'." The Ideas of March. Blogger, 15 May 2012. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. This is an image from one of Walt Disney's early cartoons "Plane Crazy," which was created before "Steamboat Willie." This picture is in a slideshow on our context page in which we talk about Walt's past and other cartoons, and how none can compare to the importance of his sound cartoon "Steamboat Willie." We added this picture and others to also show how Mickey has evolved in other cartoons and how the cartoons themselves have changed and gotten more advanced because of "Steamboat Willie." NYC. "Roxy Theater Lobby." NYC AGO. NYC Chapter, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. We found this picture a page with pictures of the Roxy Theater in New York City. The perspective the photographer used gave an overview of the lobby and we decided to incorporate that in our page about the biography of Walt Disney to show where the first screening of "Steamboat Willie" took place to give an overall idea of what the theater looked like. - -. "Roxy Theatre Entrance." NYC AGO. NYC Chapter, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This photo takes place in New York City in front of the Roxy Theatre and we chose to incorporate this picture along with two others of the Roxy to show different places there to give the audience an overall look at where "Steamboat Willie" was screened. "Roxy Theatre Ext." NYC AGO. NYC Chapter, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. We chose this picture to

give an overview of the Roxy Theatre. "Process Evolution." Blogspot. Blogger, 1 Nov. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. When we found this picture we immediately wanted to add it to our website because it portrayed the evolution of Mickey Mouse throughout the years and figured it would be perfect for our page "The Never Ending Mouse." "Site of the First Official Walt Disney Studio." Big Orange Landmarks. N.p., 2008. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. We found a picture on this website of the first official Walt Disney Studio and decided to incorporate it into our timeline as part of one of their big steps to creating an industry. "Walt Disney Inspirational Quote." Book Marketing Bestsellers. John Kremer, 7 May 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. We added this picture mainly because of the quote, "Laughter is timeless. Imagination has no age. And dreams are forever" (Walt Disney). We applied to to Mickey; he's been making us laugh since 1928, hes played a part in many movies, and Walt Disney never stopped believing in Mickey Mouse, he always dreamed big for him. Walt Signing Photo of Mickey Mouse. Famous Quote. W3C, n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2012. We used this picture on the homepage next to the image of Mickey. Walt Disney is signing a picture of Mickey Mouse and we used it because it showed how important Mickey was in Walt life and we thought this picture portrayed Walt Disney's feelings nicely. Interviews Korkis, Jim. "Secrets of Steamboat Willie." Mouse Planet. Mouse Planet, 14 Nov. 2012. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. Jim Korkis talked about the secrets behind Steamboat Willie and how the cartoon has been carried on. He gave information on Walt's life before making "Steamboat Willie" and after as well. From his information we learned who was all a apart of making the film and the difficulties they faced during the process. He gave also gave information on the money issues

they had and what they did to resolve it, and the story behind the music as well. Secondary Sources Websites Colman, Dan. "Disney Cartoon That Introduced Mickey Mouse and Animation with Sound." Open Culture. Open Culture, 19 Jan. 2012. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. The webpage we found about "Steamboat Willie" also came with the video and we used some of the information and embedded it into our website. The webpage also had quotes Walt Disney said about the cartoon as well as Mickey Mouse, and the amount of money it took to make the cartoon. Disney, Walt. "Walt Disney Quotes." Brainy Quote. Brainy Quote, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This website gave us very useful quotes to incorporate into our website, and about all the quotes actually used in our website are from Brainy Quote. We used these quotes to set up the foundation of what we where going to talk about next or the point we where going to make. Gibson, Chris. "The Biography of a Mouse." The Main Mouse Is in the House. Walt Disney Company, 1998. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. The Main Mouse is in the House includes information talking about the creation of Mickey, and goes into his background of where, why, and how he was created. This information helped us on our page talking about a short biography of the mouse. The Museam of Modern Art. "Steamboat Willie." The Collection. Rev. 2004. MoMA, 1999. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This webpage was one of the most helpful due to the fact that there was very useful information on the creation of "Steamboat Willie" and the effects the cartoon had on the audiences. It gave us the lead that we incorporated onto our website on the Roxy Theatre in New York City. From that we learned that it is one of the most famous and largest theatres in the world, and that because of the major popularity of "Steamboat Willie" is one of the many reasons the cartoon

had the chance to air there. Polsson, Ken. "Walt Disney Timeline." Just Disney. Just Disney, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This site's timeline helped up make our own and gave great information from the birth of Walt Disney, to his career take off. It gave us information on the obstacle he faced throughout the years to the creation of every cartoon he made, including "Steamboat Willie." We also read about information about the companies he has created over the years and the partnerships he attained and lost. Stefani, Eric. "Animation History and Research." Animation Artwork. Blogger, 22 Feb. 2011. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://animationartwork.blogspot.com/2011/02/walt-disney-had-idea-of-mickeymouse.html>. This website enlightened us on some of the background information on Mickey Mouse and animation when we first started off this project. "The Test Screening of Steamboat Willie." Film Sound. Film Sound, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. <http://www.filmsound.org/animation/steamboatwilly/>. Film Sound gave us information on what it was like making "Steamboat Willie" and even had some quotes of Walt Disney in which he talked about how to make the cartoon. We used that information on the page "Steamboat Willie" in our website. T.S. "Steamboat Willie (1928)." Screen Savour. Screen Savour, 2008. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This website came in handy when we where looking for additional information on "Steamboat Willie" and learned that it was also the first cartoon to have a post-produced soundtrack of dialogue. "Walt Disney Short Biography." Just Disney. Just Disney, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This short biography gave us enough background information to let us create one of our own biography's for our page dedicated to Walt Disney and some of his accomplishments throughout the years.

WcP Humor. "Mickey Mouse Turns 80." WcP Blog. D'Moon, 2008. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. Rather than getting information off this page we found an interesting picture of how Mickey has evolved over the years from "Steamboat Willie" to a wizard in "Fantasia" and to him today. Wessels, Dave. "More on 'Steamboat Willie'." Dave Wessels ComiX. Blogger, 30 Aug. 2012. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. This blog coming from a website gave us very useful information on the pictures he posted that we used in our "Steamboat Willie" page. He had some information under his pictures that we used when quoting him. Books Maltin, Leonard. The Disney Films. New York: Crown Inc., 1973. Print. We used this book to get a general of the kind of animation Walt Disney created along with how he created it. Richardson, Adele. The Story of Disney. North Mankato: Smart Apple Media, 2004. Print. This book was useful when getting background information on Walt Disney and his career, and we used a section of it in our website when we where writing about the different languages Mickey's nae has been in.