The art of The Lion King

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Hyperion, Jun 17, 1994 - Art - 193 pages
9 Reviews
Imagine Shakespeare's Hamlet reborn as a lion cub, and you have the exciting lead character of Disney's breathtaking new animated film The Lion King. Filled with lush full-color artwork (plus gatefolds) and a text that retells the tale, this lavish book is a beautiful keepsake of an unforgettable film experience. Foreword by James Earl Jones (the voice of Mufasa, Simba's father in the film).

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Review: The Art of the Lion King (Miniature Series)

User Review  - Kelly K - Goodreads

This was cool but wasn't what I was expecting. The other "Art of..." books spoke of the animating and creative process to create the picture but this was just a short summary of the story with some artwork. Read full review

Review: The Art of the Lion King (Miniature Series)

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

This was cool but wasn't what I was expecting. The other "Art of..." books spoke of the animating and creative process to create the picture but this was just a short summary of the story with some artwork. Read full review

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