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Mouse Under Glass:  Secrets of Disney Animation & Theme ParksMouse Under Glass : Secrets of Disney Animation & Theme Parks
by David Koenig

David Koenig's Secrets Of Disney Animation And Theme Parks is an unauthorized examination of Disney animated classics and the origins of characters, songs and theme park attractions provides a light and intriguing coverage of the evolution of Disney themes - and some proposed themes which didn't quite make it. Any studying Disney animation and history will find this a fun and informative expose.
 
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The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney`s Animated CharactersThe Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters
by John Grant

From Mickey Mouse to Timon, Roger Rabbit to Hades, and Aladdin to Sebastian--the famous, the infamous, and the obscure--every character of the Disney honor roll is present and accounted for in this comprehensive volume that every true Disney fan and animation enthusiast will treasure.

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From Mouse to Mermaid:  The Politics of Film, Gender, and CultureFrom Mouse to Mermaid : The Politics of Film, Gender, and Culture
by Elizabeth Bell ( Editor ), Lynda Haas ( Editor ), Laura Sells ( Editor )

In this collection of essays, the editors have managed to compile a broad range of materials that critique Disney in the spirit of critique, meaning a thoughtful and serious investigation. As the title suggests, much of the work here is interested in gender, but questions of race and ethnicity are also asked, as well as issues of power and identity. Although these are fairly heady topics, many of the essays are lively and engaging. For those just beginning to study Disney seriously, the works of Jack Zipes and Henry Girous are recommended. For work on the animated films, the contributions of the editors (Bell, Haas, and Sells) are thought-provoking as well. All the essays, in fact, offer food for thought, whether one is in agreement with the authors or not.

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The Disney Version:  The Life, Times, Art and Commerce of Walt DisneyThe Disney Version : The Life, Times, Art and Commerce of Walt Disney
by Richard Schickel

This classic history of Walt Disney's life and works asks penetrating questions about Disney's achievements and shortcomings, and the enormous popularity of the "Disney version." "One of the best studies ever done on American popular culture...unfailingly, consistently intelligent, and eminently readable

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 Walt Disney and Europe : European Influences on the Animated Feature Films of Walt Disney
by John Canemaker

Robin Allan's Walt Disney And Europe: European Influences On The Animated Feature Films Of Walt Disney is carefully based on archival research and extensive interviews with those who worked closely with Walt Disney. Concentrating on the classic animated feature films produced under Walt Disney's personal supervision, Walt Disney And Europe examines the European influences on some of the most beloved Disney classics from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to "The Jungle Book". With its painstaking attention to detail and meticulous research, Walt Disney And Europe will prove to be of immense interest to students of cinematic history in general, and the work of the Disney Studios in particular.

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Paper Dreams:  The Art And Artists Of Disney StoryboardsPaper Dreams: The Art And Artists Of Disney Storyboards
by John Canemaker

This book shows off the unsung heros of the Disney Animation Department, the Story Artists.

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Disney:  The First 100 Years Disney: The First 100 Years
by Dave Smith, Steven Clark

Follow the fabulous story of Walt Disney and his magic empire year by year, from its humble beginnings in the American Midwest up to its present ever-expanding days.


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Hidden Disney World, Orlando and Beyond Hidden Disney World, Orlando and Beyond
by Stacy Ritz, Lisa Oppenheimer

Hidden Disney World, Orlando and Beyond reveals a wealth of new insider information. The authors share with readers the timesaving and money-saving tricks they have discovered by investigating the area for themselves.


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The Art of Walt Disney:  Concise EditionThe Art of Walt Disney: Concise Edition
by Christopher Finch, Roy Disney

The Art of Walt Disney is an enduring classic-a book that has sold nearly 600,000 copies in two lavish hardcover editions. Now, for the first time, Abrams is proud to announce an affordable condensed paperback version of this remarkable book. Drawing on unfettered access to Disney artists and archives, Christopher Finch chronicles every facet of Disney art-animation, live-action, and theme parks-from Mickey's 1928 debut in Steamboat Willie to the forthcoming Fantasia 2000.

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The Art of Walt Disney:  Concise EditionRemembering Walt : Favorite Memories of Walt Disney
by Amy Boothe Green, Howar E. Green

Published: July 1999 - More than 100 people recall the ways their lives were touched by this complex, remarkable man. Photos throughout, including rare pictures.

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The Illusion Of LifeThe Disney Way
by Bill Capodagli & Lynn Jackson

This practical, hands-on book reveals Disney's business philosophy and the principles behind it, demonstrating how today's managers can successfully apply it and bring a little Disney magic to their own business--no matter what it is.


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Disney`s Animation Magic:  A Behind-The-Scenes Look at How an Animated Film Is MadeDisney's Animation Magic : A Behind-The-Scenes Look at How an Animated Film Is Made
by Don Hahn

Highlighting Disney's animated classics, Hahn describes why the story is the bottom line of the filmmaking process and the significance of each creative element used to form the finished film. Captivating facts--how computers assisted animators in The Lion King, why a Beauty and the Beast animator asked to get in
a cage with a gorilla--add color and detail to this comprehensive, full-color book.

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