Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's animated characters

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Hyperion, Feb 12, 1993 - Architecture - 384 pages
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From Mickey Mouse to Monstro the whale to Tinkerbell, every character on the Disney honor roll of animated creations is accounted for in this one-of-a-kind volume that spotlights each of literally hundreds of delightful Disney denizens. Previously out of print, this revised edition encompasses every recent addition to the spectacular Disney clan, including the cast of Beauty and the Beast and the upcoming Aladdin. Four color throughout.

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Ten years after the first edition and six years since the second, Grant has again updated his mammoth illustrated guide to beloved Disney creations. Where the previous revision brought a new section ... Read full review

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Very informative, but heavy going. Not suitable at all for kids. I had this as a kid for the pictures Read full review

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John Grant is the executive producer of the "Window to the Sea" television program seen on PBS. His company, Driftwood Productions, produces travel and history programs for public and cable television, including "Legendary Lighthouses" and "West Point: The First 200 Years," This is his fifth book. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania.
Ray Jones is the author or coauthor of numerous books on travel and history, including the bestselling companion to the PBS series "Legendary Lighthouses." He was formerly a writing coach at "Southern Living" magazine and founding editor of "Albuquerque Living "magazine. He lives in Pebble Beach, California.

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