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Ray Kroc first opened a McDonald's franchise in 1955, from the McDonald brothers, then purchased the remaining McDonald's chain in 1961 and built it into the most successful fast food operation in the world.

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Ray Kroc actually stole it from the McDonald Brothers, as shown in the movie "The Founder", which is how the McDonalds Restaurants went from one building to a global franchise chain. 

An opportunist, and a thief.

And modern day McDonalds has never made it right.

 

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Yes.... Ray should not get the credit for McDonald's

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In 1937, Patrick McDonald opened the Autodrome, in Monrovia, California. 

 

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Look what I found:

The McDonald brothers in front of the not yet opened McDonald in 1948.

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