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Inside the Dream: The Personal Story of Walt Disney

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Publisher Comments:

Walt Disney's impact on American popular culture was, and continues to be, immeasurable. Told through the emotionally engaging words of those who knew, worked with, and studied him, Inside the Dream is by far the most revelatory portrait to date of this remarkable man. Contributions from a virtual Who's Who of more than seventy actors, writers, and historians are woven together in a frank and heartfelt text written by the authors of the ABC television documentary Walt: The Man Behind the Myth. Although he died in 1966, his legacy lives on in so many ways. We sometimes forget that behind the entertainment company and the theme parks that bear his name, there was indeed a man called Walt Disney.

Throughout Inside the Dream, personal stories from those who knew Walt best — his family — reveal a gentle man with extraordinary gifts. A creative genius and tireless innovator who worked long hours and never stopped thinking about his next endeavor. Walt was also a devoted family man who deeply loved his wife and daughters and carved out time for them each and every day. Filled with rarely seen historic photographs drawn from the Disney family's personal archives and found during exhaustive research. Inside the Dream offers readers a unique journey through time in search of a man who has become an icon of American culture.

Synopsis:

A stunning, elaborately illustrated biography of the man who had an immeasurable impact upon American culture. This timely biography, told through the captivating and vivid words of those who knew, and studied Walt Disney, provides the most revelatory protrait to date of the man who has become an icon of American culture. More than 70 men and women were interviewed, including friends, employees, and historians, adversaries and rivals, and, most especially, family members, who add a special "private" contest to a very public work.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 7
Foreword 9
Introduction 12
Time Line 14
Part 1 First Dreams 18
"A Good Hard Failure" 20
Flora and Elias 26
Before the Mouse 28
Lilly 34
Mickey and More 38
Polo 45
Part 2 Worlds to Conquer 46
Snow White 48
"He Was Daddy" 54
A New Art Form 59
Flora's Death 69
The Strike 71
World War II 76
"You Don't Pay to Bring Those Children Here" 80
Part 3 New Horizons 82
Entering Live Action: "Actors Are Great!" 84
Walt & Animals: "I Respect Nature" 92
"With Every Laugh ..." 94
Walt & Trains: "My Pride and Joy" 101
Dreaming of Disneyland 104
Television 111
A Growing Family 119
Disneyland — The Reality 122
WED: Walt's Sandbox 130
A Comfortable Man 134
"A Very Common Touch" 137
Part 4 Tomorrow Land 144
Mary Poppins 146
Walt and Roy 153
The World's Fair 155
"A Joy to Travel With" 161
The City of the Future 164
Love and Laughter 170
Still Dreaming 173
Walt's Death 177
Part 5 Walt's Legacy 184
Index 190

Product Details

ISBN:
9780786853502
Editor:
Lefkon, Wendy
Author:
Greene, Richard
Editor:
Lefkon, Wendy
Author:
Richard
Author:
Greene, Katherine
Author:
&
Author:
Barrett, Katherine
Publisher:
Disney Editions
Location:
New York, NY
Subject:
History
Subject:
Biography & Autobiography - General
Subject:
Motion pictures
Subject:
Children's 12-Up - Biography / Autobiography
Subject:
Actors
Subject:
Biography & Autobiography - Performing Arts
Subject:
Performing Arts - Film
Subject:
Animators
Subject:
Disney family
Subject:
General
Subject:
Disney, Walt
Subject:
Animators - United States
Subject:
Children s Young Adult-Biography
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
1485019
Series Volume:
01-K
Publication Date:
October 2001
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
12.5 x 11 in 60.96 oz
Age Level:
13-17

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Arts and Entertainment » Film and Television » Animation » Production Biographies
Biography » Rich and Famous
Children's » Art » General
Children's » Nonfiction » Biographies
Young Adult » Nonfiction » Biographies

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"Synopsis" by , A stunning, elaborately illustrated biography of the man who had an immeasurable impact upon American culture. This timely biography, told through the captivating and vivid words of those who knew, and studied Walt Disney, provides the most revelatory protrait to date of the man who has become an icon of American culture. More than 70 men and women were interviewed, including friends, employees, and historians, adversaries and rivals, and, most especially, family members, who add a special "private" contest to a very public work.
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