Roy Edward Disney

Biography

Roy Edward Disney, KCSG, (born January 10, 1930) was a longtime senior executive for The Walt Disney Company, which his father Roy Oliver and his uncle Walt founded. He is still a major shareholder (over 16 million shares), and currently serves as a consultant for the company and Director Emeritus for the Board of Directors. He is perhaps best known for organizing the ousting of two top Disney executives: first, Ron Miller in 1984, and then Michael Eisner in 2005. He is looked at as the Walt Disney of today and known as the protector of the Disney legacy. He graduated from Pomona College in 1951.

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Disney's Animation Magic: Treasure Planet

Himself - Chairman, Walt Disney Feature Animation

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Adventures In Wild California (IMAX)

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Pacific High

Shamrock

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The Hand Behind The Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story

Himself

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The Sweatbox

Self (as Roy Disney)

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Howard

Self (archive footage)

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The Puppetoon Movie Volume 3

Self (archive footage)

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Любовь-Морковь

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The Brothers Warner

Self (as Roy Disney Jr.)

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Waking Sleeping Beauty

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Starring In
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The Puppetoon Movie Volume 3

Self (archive footage)

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Howard

Self (archive footage)

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Waking Sleeping Beauty

Himself (archive footage)

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The Brothers Warner

Self (as Roy Disney Jr.)

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Любовь-Морковь

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Disney's Animation Magic: Treasure Planet

Himself - Chairman, Walt Disney Feature Animation

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The Sweatbox

Self (as Roy Disney)

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Adventures In Wild California (IMAX)

Himself

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Walt - The Man Behind the Myth

Himself - Nephew (as Roy E. Disney)

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The Hand Behind The Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story

Himself

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Pacific High

Shamrock

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Meteor

Bradley's Yachting Colleague (uncredited)

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