Location: Near the Main Street Cone Shop, Center Street - Main Street USA, Disneyland.
William "Bill" Justice joined the Walt Disney Studios as an animator in 1937. Justice is known for creating some of Disney's most memorable characters, including Chip & Dale and Bambi's buddy, Thumper. He also designed characters for Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Peter Pan (1953).
In 1965, Justice joined Walt Disney Imagineering. He programmed and designed Audio-Animatronic figures for many Disneyland attractions, including Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion and the Country Bear Jamboree. In 1959, Justice designed floats and costumes for the Disneyland Christmas Parade and sketched concepts for what would become the Main Street Electrical Parade.
Bill Justice retired from the Walt Disney Company in 1979, after 42 years. In 1996, he became a Disney Legend in Animation & Imagineering.