The Disney That Never Was: The Stories and Art from Five Decades of Unproduced Animation
Disney artists worked on many projects, both shorts and feature-length films, and their rich and varied work - whether in the form of concept art, animation drawings, storyboards, or gags - is a testament to the quality and innovation the studio achieved, even on unfinished projects. After a brief Introduction examining how the studio operated during Walt Disney's day, Solomon surveys the many categories of uncompleted film, illustrating each with beautiful examples of work by the staff artists: Mickey, Donald, and Goofy shorts; Fairy Tale Projects like Hans Christian Andersen tales and the ambitious feature Chanticleer and Reynard; wartime propaganda films; early versions of Fantasia, and later efforts to expand elements of the film; and projects ranging from Hiawatha to Destino, a fantastic and unlikely collaboration between Disney and Salvador Dali.
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Review: The Disney That Never Was: The Stories and Art from Five Decades of Unproduced AnimationUser Review - Adrienne Savoldi - Goodreads
This book was a fascinating read for a Disney fan. I read a lot about the Disney that is, but I didn't know much about abandoned projects, which is where this book came in handy. The information was interesting, but I wish there could have been more pages of artwork, more pictures and less text. Read full review
Review: The Disney That Never Was: The Stories and Art from Five Decades of Unproduced AnimationUser Review - Melody - Goodreads
Although I didn't have time to fully read this book, the pictures themselves are enlightening for a Disney lover. Many ideas were dreamed up at Walt Disney Studios—characters developed, storyboards ... Read full review
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