290pp. Produced by Adprint. Numerous black and white and colour illustrations. A near fine copy minus its dust wapper. 4to. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: THE ART OF WALT DISNEY.
Editorial: London: Collins,
Año de publicación: 1944
Edición: 1st UK edition..
Descripción Collins, 1947. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Acceptable Jacket. 25 to 30 cm tall, Quarto, (4to). Ink inscription. Illustrated in colour and in monochrome. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide. Robust packaging. Nº de ref. de la librería 130916
Descripción HarperCollins, 1947. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Like New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Good. 290pp. 8 x 11 inches. Cream cloth hardcover with title on the front and spine. Minor age toning on spine. Interior is bright and clean. Dust jacket has chips and tears. Illustrated. Shows stages of preparing the cartoons for filming. Nº de ref. de la librería 116314
Descripción London: Collins, 1944. 1st UK edition.. 290pp. Produced by Adprint. Numerous black and white and colour illustrations. A near fine copy minus its dust wapper. 4to. Nº de ref. de la librería 3674
Descripción 2nd. Collins - London., 1944. Large book containing many colour & b&w sketches, illustrations, ideas etc. 290pp. Lacks FEP otherwise generally VG. Original cloth. No d/w. Nº de ref. de la librería 132
Descripción Collins, 1944. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Internally very nice, clean copy. Some marks on cover. Heavy book, additional postage may apply. Please see uploaded photos. For more information, please contact us. We are sending all orders by trackable signed for registered post. Nº de ref. de la librería 096151
Descripción Macmillan Publishing Co., New York City, NY, USA, 1942. Cloth Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good+. No Jacket. First Edition. A very clean and bright cloth cover despite the lack of a dust jacket. The front endpaper hinge is split but the hinge remains solid, the front pastedown has the original owner's decorative bookplate, and the pages are lightly but evenly age toned (wartime paper). Otherwise very clean and undamaged. Not ex-library (exlib), not book club (BCE/BOMC, no remainder mark, no dedication/presentation, no annotations or highlighting, no etc. Photos available by e-mail. Domestic shipping includes delivery confirmation/tracking. Overseas delivery requires trackable and insurable shipping. Over standard size/weight, this book may require extra postage, particularly to non-U.S. destinations. Nº de ref. de la librería 002627
Descripción Macmillan Company, New York, 1942. Hard Cover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. No Jacket. Illustrated Ilustrador. 1st. The hard cover has light shelf wear and some yellowing.The pages has light yellowing.Heavy book. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Hard Back. Nº de ref. de la librería AR 00581
Descripción (DISNEY,WALT). THE ART OF WALT DISNEY by Robert Field. NY: Macmillan 1942. 4to, tan cloth, 290p., index, Fine in DUST WRAPPER (dw frayed at spine extrems with a few mends but really clean and VG). 1st ed. of the first great work on Disney, profusely illustrated in color and black & white. Rare in the dw. Nº de ref. de la librería 16391
Descripción The Macmillan Company, 1942. 1st Edition. Near-fine with slight soiling to spine and one bumped corner; interior clean and tight. In a near-fine dust jacket ($3.50 price intact) with a touch of soiling to the rear panel. BOLDLY INSCRIBED BY WALT DISNEY on the dedication page to Carl Nater, who was the head of Disney’s Educational Division. Includes many color and black & white photographs and illustrations from the early Disney years. A beautiful signed copy. Signed. Nº de ref. de la librería 6108
Descripción New York: The Macmillan Company, 1942, 1942. "It's A Small World?"Inscribed by Walt Disney to Bobby Hammack[DISNEY, Walt]. FIELD, Robert D. The Art of Walt Disney. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1942. First edition. Inscribed by Walt Disney on the half-title "To Mr. Hammack / With Best / Wishes / Walt Disney". Large quarto (11 1/16 x 8 3/16 inches; 280 x 206 mm.). xviii, 290 pp. Monotone frontispiece portrait of Walt Disney, eleven color plates and forty-eight monotone plates within the text. Publisher's fawn linen over boards, front cover and spine decoratively titled in red and black. All edges stained yellow. Original cream dust jacket printed in red and black. Minimal repair to lower two inches of front inner hinge, light abrasion to top right hand corner of front free-endpaper, otherwise A near fine copy with the pictorial bookplate of Edwin S. Hammack on front paste-down. The 1964 New York World's Fair is remembered as the venue that Walt Disney used to design and perfect his system of "Audio-Animatronics", in which a combination of electromechanical actuators and computers controls the movement of lifelike robots to act out scenes. WED Enterprises designed and created "Pepsi Presents Walt Disney's 'It's a Small World' - a Salute to UNICEF and the World's Children at the Pepsi pavilion, animated dolls and animals frolicked in a spirit of international unity accompanying a boat ride round the world. The song 'It's a Small World' was written by the Sherman Brothers. Each of the animated dolls had an identical face, originally designed by New York (Valley Stream) artist Gregory S. Marinello in partnership with Walt Disney himself.Bobby Hammack (1922-1990) was an American musician, originally from Texas, whose principal instrument was jazz piano. He led a prolific career in Los Angeles as a pianist, organist, conductor, arranger and composer in radio, television and film. "Because he had to repeat the title song for the duration of the ride, [conductor and arranger Bobby] Hammack worked hard to find ways harmonically and orchestrally to distinctly identify a country or region. Some countries were easy. Scotland for example, could be instantly identified by the drone of the bagpipe. Japan, by the use of pentatonic scales. Other musical distinctions, such as Spain from Mexico, or India from Bali, required more thought - particularly if they were to be perceived by the mostly untrained ears of fairgoers. Although the original idea had been to include music from each nation represented in the ride, Bobby Hammack managed to avoid interpolation of national tunes in the ride proper, with one exception. The Ireland section of "It's A Small World" makes use of the Renaissance dance tune "Dargason," more familiarly known as "The Irish Washerwoman." The arrangement for each country lasted 48 seconds. They included one statement of the verse and one statement of the chorus of "It's A Small World" as well as an additional 16 bars which repeated either the verse or the chorus, or overlapped verse and chorus, or mixed elements of both verse and chorus. By purposefully obfuscating the last third, or 16 seconds, of each regional arrangement, Bobby Hammack added unpredictability and coruscation to the overlapping elements of "It's A Small World.". Nº de ref. de la librería 03124