Walt Disney: Hollywood's dark prince

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HarperPaperbacks, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 372 pages
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Here at last is the entire story behind the mythical Disney image that has been closely guarded by those who control the studio. This shocking unauthorized biography reveals the real Walt Disney--the eccentric power-monger who was haunted by his abusive childhood, who ruled his empire with an iron fist, and who was reported to be a Hollywood informant for Hoover's FBI.

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Contents

Fathers and Sons
1
Kansas City Film Ad Infinitum
14
Of Men and Mice
24
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Marc Eliot is the "New York Times" bestselling author of more than a dozen books on popular culture, among them the highly acclaimed biography "Cary Grant," the award-winning "Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince," "Down 42nd Street," "Take It from Me" (with Erin Brockovich), "Down Thunder Road: The Making of Bruce Springsteen," "To the Limit: The Untold Story of the Eagles," and "Death of a Rebel," He has been featured in many documentaries about film and music and has written on the media and popular culture for numerous publications, including "Penthouse," "L.A. Weekly," and "California" magazine. He divides his time among New York City; Woodstock, New York; and Los Angeles. Visit him at marceliot.net.

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