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The Tarzan Chronicles [INSCRIBED & SIGNED]

Green, Howard E. (text by); Phil Collins (foreword by)

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ISBN 10: 0786864036 / ISBN 13: 9780786864034
Published by Hyperion, New York, 1999
Condition: vg to near fine Hardcover
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Folio. 191 (1)pp. Half blue leatherette over illustrated boards. Gilt lettering on front cover and spine. This is a beautifully produced illustrated and textual accompaniment to the acclaimed animated feature film from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The book features sketches, drawings and paintings from the development, pre-production and design phases of the project. These are paired with corresponding images from the finished film to provide insight into the the production process and the progress of the animation team. Signed and inscribed by Howard Green to "Marvin of the Movies & Elaine" in green marker, at the front free endpaper. Binding with light age wear including some minor bumping and scratching to front cover, back, spine and along bottom edge. Binding in overall very good, interior in near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 40508

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Title: The Tarzan Chronicles [INSCRIBED & SIGNED]

Publisher: Hyperion, New York

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg to near fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First edition.

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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Disney's animated film "Tarzan" chronicles the life and times of a young man raised by apes in the African jungle and discusses the actors lending their voices to the feature, the animation process, and the musicby Phil Collins

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For its latest animated feature, instead of adapting a fairy tale, legend, or myth, Disney has chosen the relatively modern story of Tarzan. As it did with the heroes of its other recent movies, the studio focuses on the alienation of adolescence in its Tarzan, who no longer belongs with the apes who raised him but doesn't fit in with the humans who invade his jungle home. The book tie-in to the movie recounts how the filmmakers faced the challenge of developing a new version of the character strong enough to overcome the vivid adult image of Tarzan made pervasive by Johnny Weissmuller and his live-action-movie successors. Besides hundreds of color and black-and-white illustrations, from early conceptual drawings through production stills, the volume features excerpts from diaries kept by the movie's creators, including sketches from a safari the animators went on to research the film's African setting. This handsome coffee-table book should join its fellow Disney tie-ins (e.g., The Art of Mulan ) on library shelves. Gordon Flagg

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