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    • koala

      Walt Disney with his 8mm camera, 1941. Young Walt was a stud.

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    • Terhi

      Walt Disney filming on a beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1941. | Photo: Hart Preston |

    • Carol Friese

      I love this photo of a young Walt Disney.

    • bryan c.

      dang, walt disney! #hotties #waltdisney

    • Jaime Z

      Walt Disney and his 8mm camera, 1941. inspiration

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