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West Germany

) and RKO Radio Pictures (1937–1954). However, a dispute over the value of Disney's ''True-Life Adventures'' series of live-action documentary featurettes in 1953 led to Walt and his older brother Roy Oliver Disney to form its wholly owned subsidiary the '''Buena Vista Film Distribution Company, Inc.''' to handle the U.S. distribution of their own product. Buena Vista's first release was the Academy Award (Academy Awards) winning live-action feature ''The Living Desert'' (1953


Toronto

Television's ''Take 30''. She hosted her own program, ''Finlay and Company'', in 1976 and 1977 and developed a loyal following. In 1978 she moved to CTV (CTV television network) to co-host and produce the award-winning ''Live It Up! (Live It Up! (TV series))''. ref


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