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  1. Virginia Davis (December 31, 1918 – August 15, 2009) was an American child actress in films. She is best known for working with Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks on the animated short series Alice Comedies, in which she portrayed the protagonist Alice.

  2. 6 de ago. de 2022 · Virginia Davis was Walt Disney’s first human star to ever appear on the big screen. Her role as Alice in The Alice Comedies shot Disney to stardom, giving Disney inspiration for Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Learn more about how Virginia got involved with Disney and what she did with her life post-Disney.

  3. › walt-disney-legend › virginia-davisVirginia Davis - D23

    Legends Award Category: Animation. Year Inducted: 1998. Walt Disney once said, “. . . it was all started by a mouse.” The Walt Disney Studios, however, actually began five years before the birth of Mickey Mouse, with a four-year-old girl from Kansas City, Missouri, named Virginia Davis.

  4. Virginia Davis (1918 - 2009) fue una actriz de Estados Unidos conocida por: Pinocho, Tres vidas de mujer, Alice the Peacemaker (C), Alice Gets Stung (C), Alice's Fishy Story (C), Alice and the Three Bears (C), Alice the Piper (C), Alice Cans the Cannibals (C), Alice the Toreador (C) y Alice Hunting in Africa (C)

  5. 22 de ago. de 2009 · Virginia Davis McGhee, Early Disney Star, Dies at 90. By Douglas Martin. Aug. 21, 2009. Virginia Davis McGhee, who as a curly-haired 4-year-old child star easily beat Mickey Mouse to the...

  6. 15 de ago. de 2013 · With the death of Rudolf Ising in 1992, Virginia Davis joins Walt’s widow as the sole surviving veterans of Walt Disney’s first successful studio in Los Angeles in 1924. She may very rightfully claim the distinction of being Disney Studio’s very first star as well as the oldest surviving employee.

  7. Fantasy. Disney. Virginia Davis was an American child actress in films. She was the first actress to play Alice in the Alice Comedies. Virginia Davis began working for Walt Disney's Laugh-O-Gram Films in the summer of 1924. She was hired to act in a film called Alice's Wonderland, which combined live-action with...