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Walt's People : Volume 13: Talking Disney with the Artists Who Knew Him Paperback – August 5, 2013
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Walt's People Vol. 13 is an exceptional book. As someone who is an avid reader of everything he can get his hands on about Walt Disney, I look forward to every volume in the Walt's People series.
Volume 13 does not disappoint. It is filled with nugget after nugget of information which is new to me. It also dovetails seamlessly into the previous 12 volumes, shedding new light on old interviews and helping me form an evermore detailed picture of Walt Disney. Interviews from the previous volumes take on new light with Volume 13. New connections are made. The I's are dotted and the T's are crossed. This book is a treasure, as are the previous 12. Good job Mr. Ghez. Keep up the good work.
Walt’s People is the 13th volume of interviews with those who were there. The interviews were conducted by some of the most notable names in Disney history circles like Jim Korkis, Paul Anderson, Dave Smith, and many more. To borrow from Disney Legend Rolly Crump, the book is like a wonderful salad and there is something there for everyone. Twenty-nine interviews covering all aspects of the company. For theme park buffs, might I suggest the I interviews with Blaine Gibson, X. Atencio, and Tony Baxter?
Each interview is set up with a few of paragraphs of context. Interview questions are marked in bold so the give and take of the transcripts is easily followed. No photos. A must for those doing research. A fine, fun read for the uber fan.
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