The Disney films

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Disney Editions, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 422 pages
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In the fourth edition of his successful book The Disney Films, author Leonard maltin updates his classic tribute to the genius of the man who brought Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Dumbo, Davy Crockett, Cruella DeVil and Mary Poppins to movie and television screens all over the world. After examining Walt Disneys career from his early days as an entrepreneurial commercial artist up to his triumphant years as the head of an entertainment kingdom, The Disney Films presents a fascinating overview of every Disney film, both animated and live-action. Included are plot summaries, production credits, and insightful critical commentaries, as well as interviews with notable Disney staff members.

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User Review  - Cole Millions - Goodreads

Excellent. A extremely thorough overview of the films that Walt Disney made himself. Although I hoped it would go into the films after he passed away a little more, this book is excellent! Read full review

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User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

A must have for those who have any interest in Disney films. Unfortunately, this book is long overdue for an update. The most recent edition was published in 2000. Read full review

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nexus Central
The Disney Films is a "comprehensive look at all of Disney's classic films, ... The Disney Films is decidedly a book for anyone who loves movies. ...
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laughingplace.com: An Interview with Leonard Maltin, (The #1 Site ...
Leonard Maltin is best known to Disney fans as the author of The Disney Films, the premiere reference work on all Disney live-action and animated films. ...
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Walt Disney: A Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Libraries
The Disney Films / by Leonard Maltin; research associate, Jerry Beck. New, updated ed. New York: Crown, c1984. UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 D529 1984 ...
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The Disney Weird Years : The Forgotten Animated Features Of The ...
Lastly, I want to acknowledge my friend Del, who provided me with a copy of Leonard Maltin's excellent book "The Disney Films" (the 1974 edition), ...
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About Leonard
THE DISNEY FILMS (Crown, 1973; revised edition, 1985; 3rd edition, 1995 from Hyperion; 4th ed., 2000, Disney Editions) CAROLE LOMBARD (Pyramid, 1976) ...
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Author of The Disney Films and Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons. THE YOUNGEST MAN I EVER MET The quality that always struck me ...
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The Rescuers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In his book, The Disney Films, film historian Leonard Maltin refers to The ..... The Disney Films, p.256. jessiefilm Ltd., New York. ISBN 0786885270. ...
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Chronology of Walt Disney References
[370] The Disney Films, by Leonard Maltin, 2000. [371] Celebration, usa - Living in Disney's Brave New Town, by Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins, 2000. ...
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Leonard Maltin Interview - ultimatedisney.com
Your book, The Disney Films, basically laid a blueprint for our site and is endlessly .... His answer to the "Disney films are just for kids" argument ...
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About the author (2000)

Leonard Maltin is a respected film critic and historian, perhaps best known for his annual paperback reference "Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide", which was first published in 1969. He lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles and teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.