Walt was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor, and film producer. He was also a pioneer of the American animation industry. He introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer he received 22 Academy Awards from 59 nominations and won many more individual Oscars than anyone else. He was presented with 2 Golden Globe, Special Achievement Awards, and one Emmy Award, among other honors. Walt moved to Hollywood in the early 1920's and set up the Disney Brothers Studio (The Walt Disney company) with his brother Roy. With Ub Iwerks, Walt developed the character Mickey Mouse, in 1928, his first highly popular success, Cinderella (1950) and Marry Poppins (1964), the second of which received the Academy Award for best picture. In 1933, Disney produced "The Three Little Pigs," a film described by the media historian Adrian Danks, as "the most successful short animations of all time." Snow White premiered in December 1937, to high praise from critics and audiences, the film became the most successful motion picture of 1938 and by May 1939, its total gross of 6.5 million made it the most successful sound film made to that date. Disney won another Honorary Academy Award, which consisted of one full-sized and seven miniature Oscar statuettes. The studio made a loss on both pictures and was deeply in debt by the end of February 1941. Disney was nominated for three Golden Globe Awards, but didn't win, but he was presented with two special Achievement Awards. Bambi had been in production since 1937 - underpreformed on its release in April 1942, and lost $200,000 at the box office.