Charles Solomon: "The History of Animation. Enchanted Drawings". Completely revised and updated. Wings Books 1994)

Charles Solomon: The History of Animation. Enchanted Drawings. Completely revised and updated. Wings Books 1994)
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    Item No.: BL2250
    Author: Charles Solomon
    Editor: Wings Books / Random House
    Year: 1994
    ISBN: 0-517-11859-9
    Binding/Color: Hardcover, Dust Cover, color
    Pages: 356
    Format: WxH 27,5x31cm (10.8x12.2″)
    Language: English
    Shipping weight: 2,34kg (5.2pounds)
    EAN: 9780517118597
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Here is the most complete and lavishly illustrated history of animation ever published, now revised and brought up to date to cover the latest developments and the most recent releases.
The book is bursting at the seams with everyone's favorite cartoon characters: Gertie the Dinosaur, Betty Boop, Donald and Mickey, Popeye, Mighty Mouse, Woody Woodpecker, Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny, the Flintstones, the Simpsons, Belle and Beast, Genie and Aladdin, and many, many more.
It begins with the traveling magic lantern shows that thrilled audiences in the 1700s, continues through the birth of Felix the Cat and Mickey Mouse in the 1920s and goes right up to the modern marvels of Jurassic Park and The Lion King.
With its wonderfully authoritative and comprehensive text and its more than 400 drawings, photographs, cels and filmstrips, this book is a joy and a must-for everyone who has ever responded to the magic of cartoons.
    An internationally respected critic and historian of animation, Charles Solomon has written on the subject for the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, film Comment, Emmy, Modern Maturity, and the Hollywood Reporter. These articles have been reprinted in newspapers and professional journals in England, France, the Netherlands, Hungary, Russia, and Japan. His book En¬chanted Drawings: The History of Animation became the first film book to be nominated for a National Book Critics' Circle Award, was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and was chosen for the list of "One Hundred Books on Hollywood and the Movies" pre¬pared by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Book Collectors of Los Angeles.
    Condition: Excellent.

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