Location: Disneyana, Main Street USA, Disneyland
Marc Fraser Davis, was one of Disney's famous Nine Old Men. Davis joined Disney as an Assistant Animator in 1935. During his career, he famously created many of Disney's most memorable women; including Alice (Alice in Wonderland), Cinderella, Cruella de Vil, Maleficent, Tinker Bell, Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) and Wendy (Peter Pan). After working on 101 Dalmations, Walt changed Davis' focus from animation to Disneyland. Davis was asked to create stories, themes & character concepts for The Enchanted Tiki Room, It's A Small World, Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise and Pirates of the Caribbean.
His wife, Alice Davis, was the original costume designer for Disneyland's "it's a small world" and the Pirates of the Caribbean. Disney Legend, Marc Davis died January 12, 2000, in Glendale, California.