As Walt Disney entered a New York recording studio in September of 1928, he believed he had everything ready to successfully record the synchronized soundtrack to his newest Mickey Mouse cartoon ‘Steamboat Willie’. However as the recording session played out, the success Walt had hoped for would slip through his fingers. He refused to leave the east coast empty handed though and set up a second recording session. This time, he had is studio staff devise a clever way of ensuring the recording session would successfully capture the synchronicity he was hoping for. Hear this story and more, on this episode of The Uncle Walt Podcast.