The Making of Walt Disney's Fun and Fancy Free - Pre-Order


 

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This product will be available on 09/18/2019

Description

The behind-the-scenes story of Walt Disney's Fun and Fancy Free, a 1947 "package feature" composed of two different stories, Bongo and Mickey and the Beanstalk. Both were originally planned as separate feature-length films in the early 1940s; both were shelved during the war and resumed production in 1946, then combined in a single colorful package with animation by some of the all-time great Disney animators. Here is the full story of the film, profusely illustrated with sketches, paintings, and photos, many never previously published.

The Making of Walt Disney's Fun and Fancy Free is the first volume in the Hyperion Historical Alliance Monograph SeriesFor more information about the Hyperion Historical Alliance publications, visit: www.hhapress.org/"

J.B. Kaufman is an author and film historian who has published and lectured extensively on Disney animation, American silent film history, and related topics. His books include "Pinocchio: The Making of the Disney Epic", "The Fairest One of All", and "South of the Border with Disney"; he is also coauthor, with Russell Merritt, of "Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies: A Companion to the Classic Cartoon Series" and the award-winning "Walt in Wonderland: The Silent Films of Walt Disney".

This title is scheduled to arrive at our warehouse September 18th. Pre-orders will begin shipping as soon as the books arrive. If you do not want to delay the shipping of other items in your order, please order this item separately.

Features

J.B. Kaufman

Condition & Attributes

Very Fine, issued without dustjacket

Creators

J.B.
Kaufman

Publishing Information

Orcutt, CA
Hyperion Historical Alliance Press
2019
1st
978-0-578-52744-4

Physical Description

8.75 inches
11.25 inches
148 pages
over 150 color and black & white illustrations
Hardcover
pictorial boards
English