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Can you identify this image?
How about this one?
The first one is Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, Walt Disney's first hit character. After some initial success with Oswald, Universal Studios (who owned Oswald's copyright) severed its relationship with Walt Disney, hired the majority of his creative team and began creating Oswald cartoons. Although an additional 140 Oswald episodes were produced over the next 14 years, none of them was nearly as successful as the first 26 installments, which were developed under Walt Disney’s tutelage.
As shown in the second picture, Walt dusted himself off, shortened Oswald's ears so he looked like a mouse, and went on to kick Oswald's ass.
Universal thought the key was Oswald (the idea), whereas Disney knew the key was in the execution of the cartoon.
- John Greathouse, Quora Answer
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