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Walt Disney is the main antagionist of the Robot Chicken sketch "Walt Disney Attacks!". He is based on the real-life entertainment mogul of the same name.
He was voiced by Kurtwood Smith, who also played Clarence Boddicker in RoboCop, Thomas Perry in Dead Poets Society, Bill Patterson in The X-Files, Gene in Regular Show and General Nathan in Rick & Morty.
After his death in 1966, Walt Disney's head is placed onto a robotic spider body. He starts to eat Cuban children to sustain himself, until one day he watches the news and finds Elian Gonzalez who was rescued from sea. He gets angry and rushes to Cuba, attacking the Cuban military and destroying several houses in the process.
Elian appears and tries to sacrifice his life for his people, but Fidel Castro pushes him aside, and shoots Disney in the head, killing him instantly. Elian Gonzalez then gives a thank you to the American Embargo, but gets shot by Fidel Castro, who says, "I love doing that!".
- Walt Disney's appearance in Robot Chicken in the sketch is obviously a reference to the popular urban legend that Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen beneath Epcot center until a cure of cancer could be found to cure him. In reality, Walt Disney passed away in 1966 and cryonics weren't studied until 1967, one year after Disney's passing.