Walt Disney is the most decorated artist in Academy Awards history, having won a total of 26 Oscars over the course of his career. He was nominated for a grand total of 59 Oscars, making him the most nominated artist in the Academy’s history as well.

Disney’s first Oscar win came in 1932 for the animated short film “Flowers and Trees.” He went on to win Oscars for such classics as “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Fantasia,” “Dumbo,” “Bambi,” and “Mary Poppins.” He also won Oscars for the live-action films “The Living Desert” and “The Vanishing Prairie.”

Disney was also awarded a special Oscar in 1939 for the creation of Mickey Mouse. This award was presented to him by Shirley Temple, who was the youngest person to ever receive an Oscar.

Disney was also honored with two honorary Oscars. The first was in 1932 for the creation of Mickey Mouse, and the second was in 1939 for his contribution to the film industry.

Disney’s last Oscar win came in 1969 for the animated short film “It’s Tough to Be a Bird.” This was his 26th and final Oscar win.

Disney’s influence on the film industry is undeniable. His legacy continues to live on through his timeless films and the many awards he has won. He is an inspiration to filmmakers everywhere and his record of 26 Oscars will likely never be broken.

Emily Blunt

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