Disney Corporate Office

Disney Corporate Office Address

Walt Disney Company
500 S Buena Vista St
Burbank, CA 91521

Contact Disney

Phone Number: (818) 560-1000
Fax Number: (818) 560-1930
Website: http://www.disney.com
Email: Email Disney

Executives

CEO: Robert A. Iger
CFO: James A. Rasulo
COO: Alan N. Braverman

Disney History

The Walt Disney Company, usually just referred to as Disney, was founded in Los Angeles in 1923 by Walt and Roy Disney.  Originally a cartoon studio, the company got started by producing silent cartoons.

In 1928, Walt created Mickey Mouse.  Steamboat Willie, their first cartoon with sound, was a huge success.

In 1934, Disney began work on its first feature length film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.  The film went on to become the highest grossing film of its era.

In 1955, the company opened Disneyland, a cartoon themed theme park.

Walt Disney died in 1966 and Roy took over as CEO.  Walt Disney World in Florida opened in 1971 and Roy Disney died 2 months later.

In 1984, Michael Eisner was brought on as company CEO.  Current CEO, Robert Iger, replaced Eisner in 2005.

The Walt Disney Company is current the world’s largest media conglomerate when measured by annual revenue.  The Disney corporate office is located in Burbank, CA.

 

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Cheri Chandler April 22, 2016 at 7:32 pm

As the parent company to ABC I want you to know that I will no longer watch Live with Kelly and Michael. Shame on you for breaking up the Emmy winning team. Kelly Ripa deserved better from you. I can’t blame her for taking a few day’s off. I realize that Michael was obligated to release the information as you wanted but to blindside Kelly as you did shows you have no heart. For a company that purports ‘family values’ you really failed in this situation. Shame on you. I enjoyed Kelly and Michael as a team. There are many rumor’s floating around about what will happen with Live. I watched GMA faithfully daily and that stops now.
If you want to get rid of anyone it should be Robin Robert’s. Maybe then your rating’s will improve. There are far too many people that would rather see her go.
I hope you do the right thing and correct this issue.

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Christine Aguilar April 15, 2016 at 11:53 am

To whom it may concern
I recently visited Disney World & Hollywood Studios in Orlando. My family and I enjoy the parks and ALWAYS have a magical time. However, on this last visit when purchasing park tickets, I requested the 4day hopper for military personnel (veteran ) and showed my id along with my husbands DD214. I was told because he was not present at the time Being his spouse I could NOT purchase tickets at the discounted military rate . Furthermore, after speaking to Management I was left with the only option of purchasing tickets at full price. This was very upsetting and disappointing . Not only did I pay full price for tickets each day I had waited in an hour long line , I spent another hour disputing the fact that I was the wife of a veteran and no one seemed to be able to help me.

Please advise as my family does want to re visit Disney in July but the treatment was unprofessional.

Thanks

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isabel marmolejo April 12, 2016 at 10:23 pm

To Whom it may Concern,
I am emailing you because I have tried everything in my power to try resolve my current situation. I believe that overtime I call Disneyland and speak to one of their cast members they seem to be no help or treat me with no respect. I am really annoyed on how it is very easy to purchase a passport but when I have a problem so one seems to care. Just today, April 12, 2016, I called once again, I spoke to a cast member who had be waiting over the phone for hours and tell me that she was not able to help. Furthermore, I asked for speak to some else that would be able to help. I spoke to Miss Liana, Supervisor in the Passport Department in California, which told me she was not able to give me her ID number for security purposes. She was very rude, spoke like everything I said was unintelligent and basically belittled me. I bought two passports in California, never in my mind did it cross me that I was moving to Georgia because my close Uncle would be having Cancer. It is unbelievable how you guys say that you guys take pride in making Disneyland Magical, when you guys do not even understand certain stressful situations. I understand I have to pay for the Passports and I am not wanting to stop paying for them but If I You guys have the mean to change the names in the passport to my sister so they can enjoy disneyland, than why pride in calling Disney Magical, where Dreams come true. I believe I would be Respected And I want my Voice to be heard. After all, being in the Army and Almost being killed to protect the lives of these country was not just because it was for you freedom and be able to own your dream.

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John summer April 19, 2016 at 5:26 pm

Apparently you didn’t read every thing cause it clearly states

“The passes and their benefits are nontransferable”

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Sid April 3, 2016 at 9:06 am

I really do not understand why you have joined the war against Christians. The GA should have been passed!

I am so disappointed that you do not stand with the Christians and their family values.

Walt and Roy just rolled over in their graves!

Dr. Stewart
Trinity, NC

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Scott Stayton April 1, 2016 at 2:51 am

On your website you say you are committed to the privacy of children, yet you threaten to boycott states who are also committed to that privacy in restrooms and showers?? This is ludicrous. Urinals are not discriminatory. Having Mens and Womens restrooms, which your theme parks had the last time I was there, is not discriminatory. What happened to common sense, to common decency, and to actually working to protect children instead of trying to force them to have to share restrooms/showers(private places) with members of the opposite sex? Walt Disney would roll over in his grave. There is a reason Men’s and Women’s restrooms have this wording and even pictures on them. Please remember your largest supporters–families, parents, and their children. If you can’t provide common sense safety for our families, then you are not worthy of the support of America’s families. Don’t be surprised to see attendance and income drop at your theme parks if you can’t even provide private, safe places for children and families to use the restroom.

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