Walt's People: Vol. 25: Talking Disney with the Artists Who Knew Him

Product Code: 61602
Walt's People: Vol. 25: Talking Disney with the Artists Who Knew Him

Walt's People: Vol. 25: Talking Disney with the Artists Who Knew Him

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From the publisher:

Disney History from the Source

The Walt's People series is an oral history of all things Disney, as told by the artists, animators, designers, engineers, and executives who made it happen, from the 1920s through the present.

Walt's People: Volume features appearances by Wilfred Haughton, Basil Reynolds, William Norris Dakin, John Rose, Maurice Noble, John Lounsbery, Tim Considine, David Stollery, John Mansbridge, Roger Broggie, John Hence, Candace Lavin, Eddie Sotto, and Jim Tadevic.

Among the hundreds of stories in this volume:

WILLIAM NORRIS DAKIN gives us a sense of what life as an animation trainee was like at the Disney Studio in the late 1930s.
JOHN ROSE talks about his efforts to get Disney to produce Don Quixote as a full-length animated feature.
TIM CONSIDINE and DAVID STOLLERY reflect upon their careers as child actors and stars of The Mickey Mouse Club TV show Spin and Marty.
Imagineer CANDACE LAVIN reminisces about her work on EPCOT's World Showcase and explains what it takes to design a Canadian totem pole.
The entertaining, informative stories in every volume of Walt's People will please both Disney scholars and eager fans alike.


Walt's People - Talking Disney with the Artists Who Knew Him (Didier Ghez)
Letters to Dennis Gifford from Wilfred Haughton (1977, Wilfred Haughton)
Basil Reynolds (1975, Basil Reynolds)
The Disney Diaries of William Norris Dakin (1938,1939, William Norris Dakin)
John Rose (1978, Milton Gray)
Maurice Noble (1977-01-24,1989-05-31;1990-02-10,1990-12-03, Michael Barrier, Milton Gray)
Letter from John Lounsbery to Julius Svendsen (John Lounsbery)
Tim Considine (1990, Dave Smith)
David Stollery (1991, Dave Smith)
John Mansbridge (2011, Didier Ghez)
Roger Broggie (1983-11-18,1983-11-22, Jay Horan)
John Hench (1982, Jay Horan)
Candace Lavin (2019-09-26,2019-10-03, Didier Ghez)
Eddie Sotto (2018, Jim Korkis)
Eddie Sotto (2019-06, Jim Korkis)
Jim Tadevic (2011-03-17,2011-04-07,2011-04-14, Didier Ghez)

About the Author:

Didier Ghez has conducted Disney research since he was a teenager in the mid '80s. His articles about the parks, animation, and vintage international Disneyana, as well as his many interviews with Disney artists, have appeared in such magazines as Disney Twenty-Three, Persistence of Vision, Tomart's Disneyana Update, Animation Journal, Animation Magazine, StoryboarD, and Fantasyline. He is the author of the books They Drew As They Pleased - The Hidden Art of Disney's Golden Age, Disney's Grand Tour and Disneyland Paris - From Sketch to Reality, and editor of Life in the Mouse House: Memoir of a Disney Story Artist and Inside the Whimsy Works: My Life with Walt Disney Productions. He runs The Disney History blog (disneybooks.blogspot.com), The Disney Books Network website (www.didierghez.com), and serves as managing editor of the Walt's People book series.

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Very Fine

Publishing Information

Theme Park Press

Physical Description

9 inches
6 inches
x, 416 pages

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