"Walt Disney's Ultimate Inventor has a total of 224 pages which are papers from writer 'Don Iwerks'. Beginning with the creation of the Mickey Mouse cartoons, the Walt Disney Studio established an early reputation as being a technical leader in Hollywood. While Walt Disney originated Mickey's voice and personality, it was Ub Iwerks who designed his form and movements and first animated the now-iconic character. Ub spent ten years animating with Walt, then set out on his own to start a separate animation studio, and ultimately returned to again work closely with Walt and invent cutting-edge special effects and reach new and better technical achievements for Disney films and park attractions. Throughout their lives, both men insisted on quality in everything they created. Two geniuses, working together to make some of the most recognizable aspects of Disney; this is their story. 2017-11-14 time of publication of the book, [-Disney Editions-]"