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DISNEY, Walt.

Published by New York: Random House, 1939 (1939)

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About this Item: New York: Random House, 1939, 1939. Quarto. Ringbound cloth boards with titles and illustration to label to upper board. Glue residue to front and back free endpapers, also to a lesser extent on the pastedowns, upper cover a little soiled, nonetheless an attractive, internally bright and clean copy of this scarce book First edition, first impression. No. 71 of 100 copies. Signed by Walt Disney on the title page and by the animators Fred Moore, Ward Kimball, Paul J. Smith, Al Parke, John Hurley, Ed Penner, Norm Ferguson and Ted Sears. Al Park has also inscribed on the front free endpaper "This book was produced to establish interstate traffic and use of the Disney characters in Pinocchio, then in production. Thus forestall and protect against infringement when picture did go on the market." This book records the development of characters and basic story of Disney's second feature-length animated movie. Seller Inventory # 36719

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DISNEY,Walt].

Published by Philadelphia David McKay Company, 1931-34 (1931)

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About this Item: Philadelphia David McKay Company, 1931-34, 1931. 2 volumes, octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spines gilt, image pasted down to front boards. With the dust jackets. Housed in a black cloth slipcase by the Chelsea Bindery with a pictorial block of Mickey Mouse to the side in gilt. Spine ends slightly bumped. Exceptionally bright copies in jackets; Volume 1 jacket with small chips to head of spine, Volume 2 with light chipping to spine ends, extremities creased and with several closed tears, rear flap lacking, and tape repair to verso of rear panel. Walt Disney Studio black and white cartoon illustrations throughout. First editions, first printings. Each volume contains several short story adaptations of Mickey Mouse cartoons of the time. Volume 1 has a small black and white drawing of Mickey (recto) or Minnie (verso) which appears to dance as the pages are flipped. An uncommon set in dust jackets. Seller Inventory # 95833

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The Ugly Duckling.: DISNEY, Walt.) BROWN,

DISNEY, Walt.) BROWN, Margaret Wise.

Published by Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1939 (1939)

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About this Item: Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1939, 1939. Folio 350 x 320 mm. 11 pages on artist board featuring page layout and the original celluloid illustrations for The Ugly Duckling Story which was in the D. C Heath title Little Pig's Picnic and Other Stories by Margaret Wise Brown. Housed in a blue cloth solander box. Page 5 without the celluloid illustrations, An excellent set. Walt Disney Studio illustrations throughout. First edition, first printing. A fantastic group of original Disney Studio celluloids. Due to accurate representations being distorted with some license holders, Disney decided that in-house illustrators were their best option in accurate representations of their characters, which resulted in stories such as this one having its illustrations as celluloid pieces. This item was featured in 1997 October issue of Walt Disney's Comics, the article states that very few of these original story board celluloids survived given their fragile nature, making this group a rare collection. Included with this is a copy of Brown's Little Pig's Picnic and Other Stories which featured this story. Seller Inventory # 98003

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Disney, Walt

Published by Collins (1938)

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About this Item: Collins, 1938. Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good Minus. First Edition. Flat signed 'Walt Disney' and dated '-38' in blue ink, on front endpaper prior to frontis. Jacket is price clipped, tanned, rubbed and chipped, with some unfortunate loss to spine (minor loss and tearing to spine ends, and a 2 inch portion of loss to the centre). Inscription by previous owner dated 1943, to verso of ffep. There is some darkening and foxing to the board edges and foxing also to endpapers and title pages, otherwise contents are clean and tidy, colour plates in good condition, with tissue guards. Size: 4to. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 64504

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DISNEY, Walt.

Published by Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Studios, 1937 (1937)

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About this Item: Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Studios, 1937, 1937. In excellent condition. Gouache on celluloid on Courvoisier airbrush background. Sheet size: 16.0 x 13.7 cm. Mounted, and presented in a manufactured gold leaf frame with conservation glass. An original production cel for Disney's first animated feature film, showing Sneezy, Happy, and Bashful playing instruments, as seen in the background of the Silly Song scene in the film. The cel has been trimmed and laid on top of an airbrushed background as prepared by the Disney Studio to be sold at the Courvoisier Galleries. Seller Inventory # 102863

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Director's Manual: Director's Relationship to the Picture: DISNEY, Walt.)

DISNEY, Walt.)

Published by California: Walt Disney Studios, 1936 (1936)

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About this Item: California: Walt Disney Studios, 1936, 1936. Large quarto. Recent red leatherette binding, titles to spine and front cover gilt, single rule gilt frame to front cover, red marbled endpapers. Housed in a red cloth slipcase. Statement of authenticity laid-in. Short closed tear to first leaf of Mickey Mouse sketches, slight creasing to leaf edges, light browning to text; excellent condition. Typeset printed lectures, 30 leaves of black and white character sketches on paper of varying colours and sizes and 3 charts. A collection of 13 mimeographed manuscripts giving a fascinating insight into Disney's internal training program for the animators. The collection comprises: two lectures by Don Graham discussing general animation theory and practice; a bulletin discussing "How to Catch, Build and Maintain the Interest of the Spectator in the Picture"; character sketches for general character types such as "Mae West" and "Cute"; written character analyses by Ted Sears for Mickey Mouse ("Mickey is not a clown . he is neither silly nor dumb"), Pluto, Donald Duck, and Goofy, with accompanying sketches; lectures on the technicalities of drawing drapery and "Assistant Animator Qualifications and Procedure". The Mickey Mouse sketches have Harry Reeves's name to the head of the recto, who worked with Disney from 1931 to 1955. The studio's internal training and internship program was developed in the early 1930s for new animators to foster the studio's distinctive style, but as the script for Snow White was developed in 1935, Disney insisted that the entire art department attend weekly mandatory classes. These classes were taught by Don Graham, previously a professor at the Chouinard Institute. Art Babbit, the animator who developed the character of Goofy, said of Graham that he had "learned a hell of a lot from him!". Seller Inventory # 118414

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DISNEY, Walt.

Published by Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Productions, 24 August 1939 (1939)

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About this Item: Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Productions, 24 August 1939, 1939. In excellent condition. Watercolour over pencil on paper. Sheet size: 30.3 x 25.3 cm. Production label to verso. Mounted, and presented in a manufactured gold leaf frame with conservation glass. Original concept art for The Pastoral Symphony segment of Walt Disney's Fantasia (1940). It depicts a young faun picking grapes and is signed M. Schwartzman on the verso. Melvin Schwartzman (1914–2012), later known as Mel Shaw, joined Walt Disney Studios in 1937 and worked as a concept artist and designer on several productions, including Bambi (1942). However, he left the studio in 1941 to serve as a filmmaker with the U.S. Army Signal Corp. The post-war years saw Shaw starting a design business with Bob Allen, before returning to Disney in 1974, where he contributed to several of the major features of the modern era, including The Rescuers (1977), The Fox and the Hound (1981), The Great Mouse Detective (1986), Beauty and the Beast (1991), and The Lion King (1994). "Mel Shaw's influence as an animation design artist extended over many decades and many studios. He worked with Hugh Harman and Rudy Ising in the early days of both the Warner Bros. and MGM cartoon studios. At the beginning of World War II, he contributed designs to Orson Welles's never-realized film of Saint-Exupery s The Little Prince. His best known artwork is the series of dramatic pastels in the title sequence of The Rescuers (1977), showing the bottle containing Penny's call for help riding stormy seas. Shaw said the drawings were originally just preliminary studies for an animated sequence, but when director Woolie Reitherman saw them, he said they didn't need to be animated – they could carry the sequence as they were" (Charles Solomon, Variety, 27 November 2012). Seller Inventory # 102830

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ORIGINAL HAND PAINTED FILM ANIMATION CELL OF: DISNEY. WALT.

DISNEY. WALT.

Published by Walt Disney Enterprises. USA. 1937 (1937)

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About this Item: Walt Disney Enterprises. USA. 1937, 1937. No Binding. Condition: Fine. ORIGINAL HAND COLOURED IMAGE ON CELLULOID. Image is 6.6 x 4.5 inches. Mounted glazed and framed to give a full size of 13.1 x 10.8 inches. A rare original hand-painted sheet of Celluloid from Disney's first animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, showing Bashful. This cell was actually used in the filming process and is an original studio illustration. The image is mounted over a blue background with silver stars and with the character's name in black below the image. The black lettering is a little lost on the dark background but still readable. The colour image is in fine and bright condition, the colours still vibrant. The film was issued in 1937 but not many cells were released for commercial purposes over the following decades. This is one of a number that Disney released for sale during the 1970's. A label from the Disney offices states that this painting on celluloid was actually used in the filming and that only a very limited number have been placed on the market. The image is glazed using 99% UV protection Tru Vue Museum Glass. Fine condition. Seller Inventory # 9001

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Mickey Mouse Waddle Book.: DISNEY, Walt].

DISNEY, Walt].

Published by New York: Blue Ribbon, 1934 (1934)

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About this Item: New York: Blue Ribbon, 1934, 1934. Quarto. Original printed illustrated boards, illustrated endpapers. With the dust jacket. Mild wear to ends of spine, waddles punched out, in the dust jacket with light chipping to ends of spine and corners, mild spotting to panels, dust jacket band with mild edge wear, the four waddles are bright and with all original parts. A very good copy of this toy book. Walt Disney Studio illustrations throughout. First editions, first printings. This title was the first of the "waddle" books in which die-cut figures were punched out and assembled to move. This copy has all four original waddles of Mickey, Minnie, Pluto and horse Tanglefoot with their original brass fasteners, though, they have been punched out from the book. This copy with the original dust jacket band which would have held the envelope containing the runaway for the waddles which is lacking as well as the envelope which held the fasteners. However, any copies with original waddles are scarce. Included with this copy is the 1992 facsimile edition. An obscure piece of Disneyana. Seller Inventory # 95969

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DISNEY, Walt.)

Published by New York: Random House, 1939 (1939)

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About this Item: New York: Random House, 1939, 1939. Large quarto. Original spiral bound cloth boards, label printed in red to front cover. Despite being a ludicrously flimsy piece of book construction (presumably in whimsical imitation of inhouse Disney ring-bound project books), this copy has survived in outstanding condition. Facsimile typescript and storyboard, printed on one side of the leaf. One of 100 copies only of the original American edition, this copy a presentation to William ("Tex") Henson on the occasion of his 20th birthday in 1944, shortly after he joined Disney as an assistant animator. The front pastedown has the gift inscription "Best wishes to Bill Henson from [William S. Henson] June 1944 [20 Birthday]", the words in square brackets being added in another hand, presumably the recipient's, the first over an erasure. The front free endpaper is inscribed "Bill Henson, Walt Disney Productions 1944" in the presenter's hand; the limitation notice is further inscribed by fellow animators Fred Kopletz and George Owen. Henson worked on Disney's first post-war feature, Song of the South, and made a name for himself campaigning for the animated chipmunk duo, Chip 'n' Dale, to become regulars in the Disney repertory. He later moved to Mexico, supervising the studio of the animator Jay Ward, their best-known creation being the bulbous-nosed, dim-witted Bullwinkle the Moose. Seller Inventory # 44640

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DISNEY, Walt.)

Published by Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1934 (1934)

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About this Item: Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1934, 1934. Oblong octavo. Original green cloth, title to spine gilt, image pasted down to front board. With the dust jacket. A couple of minor bumps to tips; an exceptionally bright copy in the jacket with some creases, chips and short closed tears to extremities, some tape repairs to verso, front panel split from spine and repaired with tape. Walt Disney Studio black and white cartoon illustrations throughout. First edition, first printing. The book contains several short story adaptations of Mickey Mouse cartoons of the time, and follows the first volume published in 1931. Uncommon in the dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 111428

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.: DISNEY, Walt.

DISNEY, Walt.

Published by New York: Harper and Brothers, 1937 (1937)

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About this Item: New York: Harper and Brothers, 1937, 1937. Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, titles to spine gilt, two raised bands, pictorial onlay of Snow White with the dwarfs to the front board, single rule to boards gilt, blue endpapers, twin rule to turn-ins, gilt edges. A fine copy. Walt Disney Studio colour and black and white illustrations throughout. First edition, first printing. Seller Inventory # 114291

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Little Pig's Picnic and Other Stories.: DISNEY, Walt.) BROWN,

DISNEY, Walt.) BROWN, Margaret Wise.

Published by Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1939 (1939)

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About this Item: Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1939, 1939. Octavo. Original pictorial cloth, illustrated endpapers. Spine slightly toned and bumped, mild white marks to front board, occasional light spotting to pages, page 89 with chip to lower edge. A very good copy. Walt Disney Studio illustrations throughout. First edition, first printing. Signed by Walt Disney on the half title page. A collection of short stories based on Disney's Silly Symphonies. Seller Inventory # 98004

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The Adventures of Mickey Mouse. Story and: DISNEY, Walt.

DISNEY, Walt.

Published by Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1931 (1931)

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About this Item: Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1931, 1931. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in grey morocco, titles to spine in silver, pictorial onlay of Mickey Mouse to front board, twin rule to turn-ins in silver, mickey mouse pictorial endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. 32 colour illustrations, one to each page including title recto and verso. First edition, first printing, of the first Mickey Mouse picture book. Seller Inventory # 118247

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Mickey Mouse Library. The Adventures of Mickey: DISNEY, Walt.

DISNEY, Walt.

Published by Philadelphia: David McKay Co., 1931-34 (1931)

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About this Item: Philadelphia: David McKay Co., 1931-34, 1931. 3 volumes, octavo. Original pictorial printed wraps, cloth spines. Housed in the original pictorial box. Third volume with mild crease to rear top corner, box with wear to corners and edges, an excellent set. illustrations throughout by the Walt Disney Studio. First editions, first printings. Issued concurrently with the 1934 movie The Big Bad Wolf as a promotional item. This copy has a label bearing the words "3 Books" pasted onto the upper lid. This may account for the presence of the earlier, 1931 "Adventures of Mickey Mouse" in the set, certainly a welcome addition. The only set we have handled in the original publisher's box. Seller Inventory # 97988

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About this Item: n.p. Walt Disney n.d. [1937], 1937. An animation cel (short for celluloid) on a Courvoisier background (135x140mm), mounted on cream card and set in a wooden frame (327x380mm). The bottom right corner of the mount has " W.D.E." stamped in blind. This was "Walt Disney Enterprises", the Disney company entity which handled the licensing of character merchandise during the 1930s. Aitken Dott (The Scottish Gallery) label on the back of the frame reads "Walt Disney Exhibition. Dopey. Drawing on Celluloid. No. 35". The Aitken Dott booklet accompanied this exhibition which showed 75 Disney cels. The booklet explains that these were the "original water-colours on celluloid that were actually used in the filming of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". These were the first Disney cels to be placed on the market, earlier ones for Mickey Mouse and the Silly Symphony films having been destroyed. This water-colour of "Dopey" has been cut out from its original background and placed on a new wood veneer ground. This technique was developed by Guthrie Courvoisier in collaboration with Disney specifically for these Snow White images. As the Aitken Dott booklet says: "These water-colours for Disney's first full-length film are perhaps the first works of really creative art to come out of the cinema, and are a new a distinct artistic expression". They are certainly highly distinctive and beautifully realised with all the vivacity one would expect from the Disney studio. This is a particularly fine example with one of the most charming of Disney's earliest characters. Seller Inventory # 3049

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PINUS, Natalia. Ptushko, Alexsandr.

Published by GIKhL., Moscow. (1931)

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About this Item: GIKhL., Moscow., 1931. Small 8vo. (178 x 128 mm). pp. 62, (ii)]. Leaf with title recto and publication details verso, leaf with Ptushko's introduction and his text illustrated with 22 monochrome illustrations of animated scenes, puppets, apparatus and related material, final leaf with contents verso. Original publisher's printed wrappers stapled as issued by Pinus, front cover with titles and monochrome photomontage illustration against a yellow background, rear cover with monochrome photomontage illustration. An excellent copy of Ptushko's illustrated study of stop-motion animation. Often described as 'the Soviet Walt Disney', Aleksandr Ptushko (1900 - 1973) was a pioneer of Soviet film but most particularly of animated and stop-motion film. After initial work animating others' films and projects, Ptushko's talent was recognised and he began directing and making his own films in the late 1920s. Noted for his bold experiments with technique, Ptushko enjoyed considerable success after his ground-breaking Soviet version of Swift's 'Gulliver's Travels', 'The New Gulliver' of 1935. Natalia Pinus, the designer of the cover of the present work, was a student of Gustav Klutsis, and, like her tutor, an early adopter of photomontage. Seller Inventory # 46947

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DISNEY, Walt.

Published by Racine, Wis: Whitman Publishing Co., 1938 (1938)

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About this Item: Racine, Wis: Whitman Publishing Co., 1938, 1938. 8 volumes, quarto. Pictorial paper wraps, side staple bound. Mild toning to pages, light wear to extremities, an excellent set. Walt Disney Studio illustrations throughout. First editions, first printings. A wonderful group of picture books each featuring one of the title characters. Seller Inventory # 97992

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BAUM, L. Frank.) Ruth Plumly Thompson

Published by 1938 (1938)

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About this Item: 1938, 1938. Typed letter from Ruth Plumy Thompson on The Office of The Royal Historian of Oz letterhead, with notes in Thompson's hand to the margins. A very warm and chatty letter from the then current writer of the Oz stories, Ruth Plumly Thompson, who was the next writer of the series after L. Frank Baum. The letter discusses all things current in Oz, including the new titles. Thompson shares her thoughts on the plays and films: "The Wizard of Oz is being made into a musical and while I suppose they'll spoil and change everything – it may turn out better then we think. After that the Oz books will probably be used in animated cartoons – and that WILL be fun. I'm sorry Walt Disney could not get Mrs. Baum to let him have her husband's books as he was interested in doing the whole set. But as she has sold her (i.e. L.F.B's. Mr. B has been dead as you know for quite awhile) books to another studio – mine will probably have to be sold to the same people." Thompson also talks about a role she played in a play as Ozma making her a "Princess of Oz.". Seller Inventory # 106424

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Donald Duck.: DISNEY, Walt.

DISNEY, Walt.

Published by New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1936 (1936)

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About this Item: New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1936, 1936. Quarto. Original printed pictorial boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Internally nice and clean, spine and boards bright, top corners bumped. A very good copy in the jacket with small tear to the top of the front panel, mild spotting to back panel and inner flaps, overall a very good copy. Colour illustrations throughout by the Walt Disney Studio. First edition, first printing. Seller Inventory # 125664

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DISNEY WALT

Published by Collins, London (1939)

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About this Item: Collins, London, 1939. First Edition. First UK Edition. Publisher's stiff card wrappers (issued without a D/W). A lovely VG+ copy. Includes the separate "Instructions for using the Movie Book" and the VERY RARE WRAP-AROUND BAND announcing "CINEMA SHOW FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.CLEVER.EXCITING.FULL INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE". Rare with these attributes and in such outstanding condition. Scarce. Seller Inventory # 355490716544

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DONALD & PLUTO MOVIE BOOK IN 10: Disney, Walt

Disney, Walt

Published by Collins (1939)

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About this Item: Collins, 1939. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Disney, Walt (illustrator). Circa 1939. Almost very good condition. 10 flip books, all contained in one! 2000 pictures. A complete Film of Donald's adventures. Flip books are all contained in 1 card-cover, with story to two pages on inside, with flip books beneath. Spine is a little faded. Some wear to edges. A few light marks to covers. Lower cover edges creased. Small inscription in pencil to top of front cover. Tears to a couple of pages of flick books. Where first five books have been bound, underneath has now started to come unglued and two of the pages are now detached from flick book, but still glued to backing (cover). Some browning to pages. Couple of creases to internal story pages. A rare item, especially with 10 flick books, which actually tell 20 parts of the story (are double-sided). A great Disney item! [S]. Seller Inventory # 594940

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Walt Disney's Sketch-Book of Snow White and: WALT DISNEY].

WALT DISNEY].

Published by London Collins (1938)

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About this Item: London Collins, 1938. First edition, 4to., (292 x 233mm), 12 tipped-in colour plates, tissue-guards, numerous illustration, publisher's printed cloth, pictorial dust-jacket, neatly price-clipped, a little rubbed on extremities, a few minor marks and dust-soiling, otherwise remarkably good and internally fine. A gorgeous collection of colour prints and facsimiles of original drawings from the eponymous film, which was released in 1937 and instantly established Walt Disney as one of the world's most innovative and creative film-makers. Along with Pinocchio (1940), it is widely considered to be Disney's greatest film achievement. 'Walt Disney was already a respected name in the film business when he undertook his biggest gamble to date: to produce the first full-length animated feature film from an American studio. Disney had been determined to bring the legend of Snow White to the screen ever since he saw a silent-film version of the famed fable in 1917. Literally hundreds of technicians laboured on the expensive production to the extent that it became known as "Disney's Folly." Upon its release, however, the film was an immediate box-office sensation and earned praise from no less than the groundbreaking Russian director Sergey Eisenstein, who called it the greatest movie ever made. In 1939 the film was honoured with a special Academy Award, recognizing it as a "significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field for the motion picture." Indeed, the superb animation, voiceover work, and production values set the standard for all future Disney animated films. Furthermore, this version of the classic tale—which provided names for the dwarfs and introduced other key components to the story—has now virtually superseded all others in the popular imagination.' Encyclopaedia Britannica. Seller Inventory # 98093

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DISNEY, Walt

Published by New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1938 (1938)

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From: Peter Harrington. ABA member (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1938, 1938. Oblong octavo. Original pictorial illustrated boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Corners with light rubbing in the dust jacket with light spotting to panels, shallow chipping to lower front edge, a very bright copy. Walt disney studio illustrations throughout done in red and blue. First edition, first printing. Picture book featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy. Seller Inventory # 96586

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Three Little Pigs.: WALT DISNEY].

WALT DISNEY].

Published by John Lane Bodley Head (1934)

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From: Shapero Rare Books (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: John Lane Bodley Head, 1934. First English edition. Small 4to (26 x 20 cm), 62pp, 12 colour full-page illustrations, black & white illustrations, colour pictorial endpapers, original pictorial boards, dust-jacket, rubbed and occasionally chipped, splitting slightly at spine; overall a very good copy. "Story and Illustrations by the staff of the Walt Disney Studios". Seller Inventory # 63771

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MICKEY MOUSE IN GIANTLAND. *** with scarce: WALT DISNEY

WALT DISNEY

Published by UK. Collins (1934)

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From: Cobweb Books (THORNTON-LE-DALE. N.YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: UK. Collins, 1934. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. Hardback, a lovely copy, Mickey Mouse in Giantland, from the Waly Disney Silly Symphony. with coloured frontispiece and 44 full page black and white illustrations, 3 of which have been coloured in or partly coloured in. slight rubs to spine ends, no inscriptions, bit of spotting to endpapers, still has the DUST JACKET which has some torn edges, creases, small loss, ( see pictures ), the best copy I have ever seen. VG / VG condition. Seller Inventory # 35402

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Disney, Walt.

Published by Collins., London. (1939)

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From: Gresham Books (Ilminster, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Collins., London., 1939. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Each flicker book illustrated with hundreds of illustrations (illustrator). 1st Edition. No dustwrapper required. Printed coloured card covers generally creased and lightly rubbed in places. Creasing due to use of the flicker books. Some light staining and marking. Top and bottom of spine rubbed. Generally in very good condition, especially for this ephemeral item. The flicker books are mounted in vertical row of five and when the book is reversed another five are available. A rare survival of this pre war Disney book. Seller Inventory # 001018

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MICKEY MOUSE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT with: DISNEY [POP UP]

DISNEY [POP UP]

Published by New York Blue Ribbon Books (1933)

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From: Jonkers Rare Books (Henley on Thames, OXON, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: New York Blue Ribbon Books, 1933. First edition. 4to. Pictorial paper covered boards in matching dustwrapper. Both book and dustwrapper in very good condition indeed, with just slight looseness between sections. Pictorial endpapers, four double page pop ups and lots of black and white drawings all tell the tale of King Arthur's court. Stories and illustrations by the Walt Disney Studios. Seller Inventory # 37246

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Disney, Walt

Published by William Collins Sons & Co Ltd (1938)

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From: Elaine Beardsell (PBFA ) (HOLMFIRTH, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: William Collins Sons & Co Ltd, 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Disney, Walt. (illustrator). 1st Edition. Pages un numbered. Complete with12 tipped in, tissue guarded cold plates and accompanying black and white ( pencil ) sketches, plans and text. Very light foxing to eps and a small number of text plates. Cold plates fine. Very narrow strip, at bottom of front board and at tail of spine, darkened ( presumably where the dust wrapper has 'ridden up' ). Near fine hardback in publishers original light brown buckrum with dark brown lettering. The ,very good, price clipped dust wrapper is slightly chipped and darkened at edges but is now protected. Seller Inventory # 10505

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SKETCH BOOK of Snow White and the: DISNEY, Walt.

DISNEY, Walt.

Published by London Collins (1938)

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From: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. (Oxford, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: London Collins, 1938. FIRST EDITION (1938), 4to, 300 x 235 mm, 12 x 9 inches, buff cloth lettered brown, illustrated endpapers, no pagination. 12 wonderful colour plates for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, mounted on brown art paper, each with captioned guard, many illustrations in the text. Lower corner of upper cover very slightly bumped, small faint discoloured patch at top edge of upper cover, neat ink name and date (1939) at top of front endpaper. Occasional slight very pale foxing, mainly in upper margin, not affecting colour plates, slight crease to lower corner of 1 colour plate. Otherwise near Fine in good DUSTWRAPPER (dw: spine slightly darkened, slight pink stain at foot of upper hinge, 15 mm (¾") pale grey stain at lower edge of upper panel, small chips to head of spine and corners, 15 mm chip at lower corner of upper panel, tail of spine very slightly worn, flap folds slightly eroded, with a few tiny holes on lower fold, a couple on upper fold which also has a 30 mm (1½") split at foot, a few slight soil marks to lower panel which is also slightly dusty). This title was never published in the U.S.A. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. A heavy book which may require extra postage. Seller Inventory # 23581

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