From Library Journal
- Sherle Abramson, Williamsburg Regional Lib., Va.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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My ☆Star★ Rating Explained: If you don’t wish to read how my rating works there is a summary near the bottom of this review called “The ☆Star★ Results: “, that sums up all found... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Syberfinder
Well worth the read.
Eliot does provide a truer image of "Uncle Walt" than other books. Read more
Great read. My only complaint is the high number of misspelled words. Looks like it was transferred to Kindle format by robot.Published 3 months ago by Kate M. Londagin
So much ego, so much anger, but such wonderful Art., but he did shape how America adopted more than one animated icon and sugar coated it all. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JPSF
Excellent book. I didn't know that Disney had faults - extremely informative book. Thanks from David L.Published 10 months ago by David Lamphere
"The reality of what Mr. Eliot uses to attack Mr. Disney is simply false, and even in speaking directly to the author, he can not come up with these realities. Read morePublished 15 months ago by K. stovall
I'm still reading this book about Walt Disney and it is very good and holds my interest.Published 17 months ago by Barbara A. Russell
Marc Eliot was offered a deal - he could have access to the Disney archives, on the condition that the company would be able to edit or redact his final product. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Larry Benjamin