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Disney Editions, Sep 22, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 640 pages
This first-ever history of Disney television is perfectly timed to coincide with the return of "The Wonderful World of Disney" to Sunday night prime time on ABC.

From the much-beloved Disneyland and That Darn Cat to recent hits like Ellen and Home Improvement, Disney televisions a cultural institution that has added joy and laughter to the lives of millions of Americans from the 1950s to today. The Wonderful World of Disney Television is a fascinating, comprehensive history of all the Disney television shows ever produced, from the ones we loved to watch as children to today's top-rated programming. Rich with photographs, little-known details, anecdotes, and vital statistics, this fascinating collection fully describes each of the Walt Disney television shows, including complete schedules of aired episodes, seasonal highlights, production details, behind-the-scenes stories, full cast and crew listings, and plot synopses -- and shares important moments in Disney's television history such as how Walt got into television in the first place!

A treasure trove of nostalgia, coinciding perfectly with the primetime return of The Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights, now on ABC. The Wonderful World of Disney Television is the first book of its kind and exactly what fans have been clamoring for.

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About the author (1997)

Bill Cotter and Bill Young are well-known experts on the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair and are the authors of two previous books on the subject for Arcadia. Both have also contributed to numerous books, magazine articles, and documentaries on this and other world's fairs. Parts of their extensive collections of world's fair photographs and other memorabilia have been displayed at prestigious museums throughout the United States.

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