Hollywood Land's Hyperion Theater is a nod to the historic Disney Brothers Studios at 2719 Hyperion Avenue in the Silver Lake District of Los Angeles.
On July 6, 1925, the Disney Brothers put a $400 deposit on an empty lot on Hyperion Avenue. After moving in, the Disney Brothers Studio was renamed the Walt Disney Studios. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse were created at there, as was the feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937). Snow White's commercial success allowed the Disneys to build larger facilities in Burbank.