Disney: The First 100 Years

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Hyperion, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 197 pages
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Brimming with full-colour art, this comprehensive year-by-year celebration of the birth, development, and success of Walt Disney and The Walt Disney Company offers a guided tour through twentieth century popular culture. Beginning in 1901 with the birth of Walt, the book details the creation of Mickey, Donald and the rest of the gang and the development of the first animated features. Also covered are the live-action feature films, the TV programmes, theme parks, books, retail stores and internet websites - in fact everything that has made Disney a household name.

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If you are a Disney Fan, this is a nice chronology for Disney works. Read full review

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David Smith is Economics Editor of the Sunday Times and a contributing editor to Management Today. He is author of The Rise and Fall of Monetarism, North and South and From Boom to Bust (1992, 2nd edn 1993. Penguin)

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