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He stared at the screen as the film was shown, not saying a word. Walt supposedly laughed along with everyone else, calmly asked who had put together the film, and fired the parties responsible for it.This appears to be another one of those anecdotes that plenty of former Disney employees have heard, told to them as a “true story” by other Disney employees, yet nobody seems to have been there when it happened, or to know anyone who was.I had no water so I bathed my eyes in toilet water to take away the pain of the spray,” she said.“I remember putting a plastic mattress up against the door because people were just coming by and looking in at me.(Considering Disney works at to Walt the offenders in question waited for the scene to appear; it did and Walt said nothing.When the film was over, Walt turned to them and said, “Whose idea was it to add the naked woman?Ms C had been deemed a suicide risk and officers claimed they asked her to remove her clothes so she could be put in a suicide suit, to mitigate the risk of her causing harm to herself.
One day a few of us studio staffers were arguing about how quick Walt’s eye really was.One director, who had seen Walt spot mistakes that no one else could see, even contended that Walt could catch a mistake on a single frame of film as it was run full speed in the projection room.Since a single frame of film is about one inch wide and runs at the rate of We finally decided that the best way to find out whether Walt could perform this incredible feat was to test him. ” And sure enough, right there on the screen was the single frame of the nakedest woman we’d ever seen. He asked what the hell a picture of a naked woman was doing in the middle of a Mickey Mouse cartoon.Police charged her with criminal damage and took her into custody.
In the initial claim, a lawyer for Ms C made six complaints against the police, including assault, discrimination, harassment and numerous breaches of the Human Rights Act.
(That former studio staffer Charles Shows recounted this tale in his book does little to establish its veracity: all throughout the book he presents first-person accounts of incidents he clearly did not witness, but only heard about from others.) It remains one of the many stories that can (for now) neither be proved nor definitively ruled out.