The Disney Treasures (Robert Tieman)

The Disney Treasures (Robert Tieman)
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The Disney Treasures (Robert Tieman)
The Disney Treasures (Robert Tieman)
The Disney Treasures (Robert Tieman)
    Item No.: BD491
    Author: Robert Tieman
    Editor: Ehapa
    Year: 2003
    ISBN: 3-7704-1850-6
    Binding/Color: Hardcover, slipcase, incl. CD, color
    Pages: 64
    Format: WxH 31x27,6cm (12.2x10.9″)
    Language: English / German
    Original title: The Disney Treasures
    Shipping weight: 1,59kg (3.5pounds)
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»A precious treasure from Disney memories awaits readers and collectors in Disney Treasures.

Disney Treasures is an interactive stroll through the streets of memories. Selected from the Walt Disney Company's vast archives, this nostalgic collection contains Walt Disney's handwritten letters and notes, original sketches of popular characters and other treasures printed as facsimiles.

Many of these special features can be taken out, so that the reader can 'comprehend' these masterfully reproduced historical pieces in two senses of the word. The book also comes with a 60-minute CD with previously unheard recordings of Walt Disney, radio commercials from the 1950s, and never before released sound documents on the opening of Disneyland's most popular attractions.

Author Robert Tieman, director of the Walt Disney Archives in Burbank, California, has unearthed some never-before-seen treasures and brought out treasures that bring back beautiful memories. Highlights include reproductions of the first Disney tickets, Walt Disney's first notes about his idea of a Mickey Mouse Club on TV, and rare sketches by animators from the 1930s and 1940s.

Disney Treasures is the perfect book for Disney lovers all over the world. Whether you are a beginner or a passionate collector, Disney Treasures offers everyone a unique view of one of the world's most popular institutions.«

[German language]
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    Condition: As new.

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