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The Disney Treasures Hardcover – September 2, 2003
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From Publishers Weekly
This lavishly produced volume offers a nostalgic, five decades-long chronicle of the Walt Disney Company, from the birth of the Disney Bros. Studio in 1923 to Walt Disney's death in 1966. Disney devotees will delight in poring over the book's vivid pages, as each highlight from the company's history is illustrated with a collage of photos, sketches, finished full-color drawings, brochures and posters, plus pull-out reproductions of memorabilia including Walt Disney's correspondence, tickets to Disneyland from 1955, even paper masks of Pinocchio characters issued by Gillette in 1940. Walt Disney Archives manager Tieman captures key episodes in meticulous but brisk chapters, from the birth of Mickey Mouse in 1928, to Disney's first feature film (Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, 1933), to Walt Disney's proposal for Disney World in Florida. Throughout, readers learn of the process behind Disney's groundbreaking accomplishments: the first cartoon synchronized with sound, the first cartoon in full Technicolor, the first feature-length animated film, the studio's entrance into live-action films and television and its revolution in character-merchandising. The volume includes a 60-minute CD with tracks of radio commercials plus selections from Walt Disney's interviews and speeches.
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
Robert Tieman is the manager of the Walt Disney Archives, where he has worked for the past thirteen years. He currently oversees Disney's offsite warehouse of historical materials - the source of the treasures in this book. Since joining Disney in 1988, he has written numerous articles on Disney history for Disneyana Convention magazines, and has been a featured speaker for Disneyana Conventions and Disney Cruise Line, as well as historical societies. Robert is also the author of Disney's Photomosaics, a collection of computer-generated collages from classic animated films. He lives in Los Angeles. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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