However, as luck would have it, as Walt Disney was as big a star as anybody in the early 1960s, he found himself at a Hollywood party with a number of other big stars.
Among them, Joan Crawford.
Crawford had been married to Alfred Steele, who had been CEO of the Pepsi Cola Company until his death in 1959 and afterward Crawford herself was named to the company’s Board of Directors.
She had been the one who had urged the company to use Disney for their World’s Fair project, so she mentioned to Walt at the party how disappointed she was that they wouldn’t be able to work together.
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