50 REJECTIONS THAT SHAPED HISTORY. Famous people who by Steven Heggings

By Steven Heggings

Luck is feasible. even if there are capability abilities that fall via the wayside, not able to undergo the preliminary judgment, many extra persist until eventually they turn into worldwide icons. during this booklet, you will discover the superb tales of the stars that needed to conquer adversity to accomplish their desires.

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In 1921, he managed to start a production company, Laugh-O-Gram Films but he failed to raise enough money to keep it functioning. So he decided to try his luck in Hollywood. In 1926, Disney and his friend Don Iwerks, developed “Oswald the rabbit” for Universal Studios, which was an instant success. When Disney tried to improve his contract, he realized that Universal had underhandedly patented the character. His next creation, Mickey Mouse, allowed him to create a company that would gradually become the great company that leads today’s entertainment market.

Eisenstein, who survived his heart attack and lived for another two years, never managed to produce a third part. Eisenstein brought about a profound innovation in editing techniques, key to the development of the film industry thereafter, and he is also one of the most widely read scholars on film theory. The Battleship Potemkin is not only considered one of the world most important productions ever, but it also became the film most theorized about in the history of cinema. • - 15 - Buster Keaton This outstanding American filmmaker was, along with Chaplin, Harold Lloyd and Roscoe Arbuckle, a master of silent films.

23 - Ana Frank Annelies Marie Frank was a German jewish girl internationally famous for her diary, written whilst in hiding during the time of the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. She recorded, in detail, the events of the two and a half years she and her family and friends spent living in hiding during World War II. Nazi security police finally arrested them on 4 August, 1944, and sent them to various concentration camps. The only survivor of the eight refugees was Anne’s father, Otto Frank. Anne died of typhus fever in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945, just a few days before the war came to an end.

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