Disney's Winnie the Pooh: A Celebration of the Silly Old Bear

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Disney Editions, Jul 10, 2000 - Art - 176 pages
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A tribute to the wonder of Pooh, from his origins and literary success to his brilliantly animated career and popularity in a wide variety of forms. This is his story - but, moreover, it is his art. More than 200 illustrations cover his transformation - and that of his friends - from stuffed toys, to Shepard's original drawings to animated characters. Also includes early concept art, storyboards, rough animation, background art, and final cels. An exquisite collection of the old and the new. Illustrated in full-colour thoughout.

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Christopher Finch, as a young child, believed that he wasthe Christopher Robin of the wonderful stories his mother read to him at bedtime. It is only fitting that Finch adds this book to the list of more than twenty titles he has authored, including The Art of Walt Disney and The Art of the Lion King.

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