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Disney and The Lion King

Roy Oliver Disney

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The Lion King VI Human Encounter Ver. 1.4 (Story)
Scar's Revenge (Story)
The Best On Broadway (Story)
Redemption (Story)
How Shenzi and Banzai Met (Story)
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The Scarring of Taka (Story)
Zira and Timon (Story)
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Roy Oliver Disney (June 24, 1893December 20, 1971) was, with his younger brother Walt Disney, co-founder of what is now The Walt Disney Company. Disney served as the company's chief executive officer (1929–1971) and president (1945–1971).

Disney was born to Elias Disney and the former Flora Call in Chicago, Illinois. He married Edna Francis in April 1925, and from this marriage he is the father of Roy Edward Disney, who was born on January 10, 1930.

While Walt was the creative genius, Roy was the one who made sure the company was financially stable. After Walt's death, Roy made sure that Disney World would be completed and renamed it Walt Disney World in order to make sure that no one would forget his brother. After Walt Disney World opened in October 1971, Roy Disney finally retired. He died from a brain hemorrhage two months later.

A statue of Roy O. Disney, seated on a park bench beside Minnie Mouse, is located in Town Square at the Magic Kingdom.



Preceded by:
First CEO
Disney CEOs
1968–1971
Succeeded by:
Donn Tatum
Preceded by:
Walt Disney
Disney Presidents
1945–1968
Succeeded by:
Donn Tatum
Preceded by:
Walt Disney
Disney Chairmen
1964–1971
Succeeded by:
Donn Tatum

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