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While working on the rest of the "Oswald the Lucky Rabbit" films, which were under contract to Winkler Films, Walt, angry that many of his employees wanted to leave him and move to Winkler's new studio to continue working on the Oswald series, worked hard with his most reliable and brilliant animator, Ub lwerks, to develop a new cartoon character and begin production on a new animated series starring it. This was Mickey Mouse. After a sales effort, a one-year contract was signed with a distributor to distribute the Mickey Mouse films. (See page X.) The series was more popular than Walt had hoped. When the one-year contract expired, instead of extending the contract with Disney Studios, the distributor offered Iwerks favorable terms to take him away from Walt and provide him with a new studio. Iwerks developed a new character that could compete with Mickey Mouse and made a series of films starring it, but after several years of financial difficulties, his studio ceased operations. Walt lost Iwerks, but he had many animators trained. In addition to the Mickey Mouse series, he pursued his artistic ambitions by making a series of animated musicals called Silly Symphonies and became one of the most prominent figures in Hollywood animation. In particular, in 1933, five years after Mickey's debut, he was awarded the honorary award for "creation of Mickey Mouse" at the fifth Academy Awards. This award was a guarantee that Mickey belonged to Walt, although I don't know if the members of the Academy at the time thought so.

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この表現は自然ですか?

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