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By now,Walt was becoming increasingly preoccupied with Disneyland which opened the same year. Much of the production responsibilities were handed to the studio’s veterans, especially the ‘Nine Old Men’ (Milton Kahl, Marc Davis, Eric Larson, Wolfgang Reitherman, Les Clark, Ward Kimball, John Lounsbery, Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston). Despite its critics, Disneyland’s profits probably saved the studio which had taken another beating with the poor box-office reception of Sleeping Beauty (1959), which many considered as Snow White reheated.
He also hired more animators. When Carl Stalling, now Disney’s musical director, suggested an animated series that told their stories through music and visuals (thus avoiding still complex lip-synching), Walt took the chance. The series, Silly Symphonies, began with the Iwerks-animated Skeleton Dance (1929), a rare turn for the macabre. It was just after Skeleton Dance that Iwerks left Disney, having become increasingly dissatisfied with Walt’s habit of altering animators’ work after close of shop.
In January 1930, the brothers paid Powers $100,000 to buy back Mickey’s rights and exit the contract. Powers had embezzled over $150,000 royalties and took the deal. These amounts show just how successful Mickey was becoming. The next month, through Frank Capra, a new contract was arranged with Columbia. This arrangement lasted only two years, when Walt went to United Artists who doubled Columbia’s amount. Two months after Steamboat Willie’s success, bigger studios were producing their own sound cartoons.