The first Disney film ever made was "Alice in Cartoonland" in the early 1920s by the Disney Brothers Studio. The first full-length feature film produced by Disney Studios was "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
Walt Disney started his career working in commercials. He moved on to an unsuccessful attempt at producing animated shorts along with his friend Ubbe Iwerks under the name Laugh-O-Gram Films. Disney later formed a partnership with his brother Roy, called Disney Brothers Studio, and once again attempted to sell his animated shorts. Disney successfully sold "Alice in Cartoonland," which debuted in theaters in June 1924. The studio, which later came to be called Disney Studios, released "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" in 1937.