Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince

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Andre Deutsch, 1995 - Animators - 305 pages
18 Reviews
This biography of the man behind the magic reconciles the private 'monster' with the artistic genius of popular culture by showing that the disturbing problems of his own life provided the rich, dark side of the animated movies.

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Review: Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince : a Biography

User Review  - John - Goodreads

This was the first time I have ever read anything on Walt Disney so I would definitely like to read another opinion. I loved the fact that both Walt and Roy never gave up on the studio when faced with tough times. Looking forward to reading more on the Legend of Walt. Read full review

Review: Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince : a Biography

User Review  - Thomas Wictor - Goodreads

I wasn't surprised to learn of Walt's unsavory side. He had that Midwestern male's defecacentric mindset. Everything always led back to toilets and rear ends. Look at Disney cartoons. They're a ... Read full review

Contents

ONE Fathers and Sons
3
THREE Of Men and Mice
24
FOUR The Sound of Fame
37
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Marc Eliot is a New York Times bestselling author and American biographer. He has written over a dozen books on the media and popular culture including the biographies of Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, Walt Disney and Bruce Springsteen, and Clint Eastwood. His writing has also appeared in several publications including L.A. Weekly and California Magazine. Eliot lives in New York and Los Angeles.

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