Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters from Mickey Mouse to Aladdin

Encyclopedia of Walt Disney s Animated Characters from Mickey Mouse to Aladdin This definitive reference book for Disney animation fans is jam packed with every detail about Disney s characters television series and short and feature length films From Mickey Mouse to the Genie

  • Title: Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters from Mickey Mouse to Aladdin
  • Author: John Grant Walt Disney Company
  • ISBN: 9781562829049
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This definitive reference book for Disney animation fans is jam packed with every detail about Disney s characters, television series, and short and feature length films From Mickey Mouse to the Genie, Roger Rabbit to Lumiere, Aladdin to Sebastian the book spotlights each of the hundreds of Disney characters in entertaining, informative profiles and vivid, full color pThis definitive reference book for Disney animation fans is jam packed with every detail about Disney s characters, television series, and short and feature length films From Mickey Mouse to the Genie, Roger Rabbit to Lumiere, Aladdin to Sebastian the book spotlights each of the hundreds of Disney characters in entertaining, informative profiles and vivid, full color pictures The book is divided into three parts, each arranged chronologically The first section on short films profiles the major characters, such as Mickey and Goofy, as well as the lesser known but no less important Disney members such as Figaro, the kitten This section is also filled with early black and white images Part two covers the television series such as The Wuzzles and Disney s Adventures of the Gummi Bears DuckTales The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, among others third section covers animated feature films from Snow White to Aladdin Each section covers in detail the credits of each film or series from voices to artists to directors , the story, and the characters An authoritative source no Disney fan should be without 9 1 2 x 12 3 4.

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    About "John Grant Walt Disney Company"

    1. John Grant Walt Disney Company

      John Grant is author of some seventy books, of which about twenty five are fiction, including novels like The World, The Hundredfold Problem, The Far Enough Window and most recently The Dragons of Manhattan and Leaving Fortusa His book length fiction Dragonhenge, illustrated by Bob Eggleton, was shortlisted for a Hugo Award in 2003 its successor was The Stardragons His first story collection, Take No Prisoners, appeared in 2004 He is editor of the anthology New Writings in the Fantastic, which was shortlisted for a British Fantasy Award His novellas The City in These Pages and The Lonely Hunter have appeared from PS Publishing.His latest fiction book is Tell No Lies, his second story collection it s published by Alchemy Press His most recent nonfiction is A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir Earlier, he coedited with John Clute The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and wrote in their entirety all three editions of The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney s Animated Characters both encyclopedias are standard reference works in their field Among other recent nonfictions have been Discarded Science, Corrupted Science a USA Today Book of the Year , Bogus Science and Denying Science.As John Grant he has to date received two Hugo Awards, the World Fantasy Award, the Locus Award, and a number of other international literary awards He has written books under other names, even including his real one as Paul Barnett, he has written a few books like the space operas Strider s Galaxy and Strider s Universe and for a number of years ran the world famous fantasy artbook imprint Paper Tiger, for this work earning a Chesley Award and a nomination for the World Fantasy Award.

    239 thoughts on “Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters from Mickey Mouse to Aladdin”

    1. Pros: an exhaustive and comprehensive guide to every Disney character in each feature film, short subjects, and television. This is valuable for finding out names of characters whose names aren't mentioned in the films the appear in.Cons: the information could have been better organized, I'm speaking more about the short subjects sectionSome of the images are of sub par quality, and there are several black and white stills of color films that appear.The writing leaves something to be desired.Des [...]


    2. The Internet makes irrelevant many of this book's reference features, but in my opinion the analysis makes up for it. There's a separate section for characters from the shorts, and then each of the features and TV shows are dealt with as their own entities. Depending on which of the incrementally updated editions you get, things get murky as movies and TV from other "satellite" studios in the 90s are included.The summaries are personal but balanced, with historical context for the particularly l [...]


    3. An amazingly comprehensive encyclopedia. Up until it's publication date, this book included so many varied animated characters. From little known, to widely recognized. An excellent range of characters, with detailed information about each.


    4. The book was very well organized and very throe. But at times it was very dry. I will probably keep going back to this just so that I can remember all of those fun little characters that have helped shape my childhood.





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