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Inside the Dream (Disney Editions Deluxe) (edition 2001)

by Katherine & Richard Greene (Author)

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Title:Inside the Dream (Disney Editions Deluxe)
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Info:Disney Editions (2001), Edition: 1st, 192 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786853506, Hardcover)

A stunning, elaborately illustrated biography of the man who had an immeasurable impact upon American culture. This timely biography, told through the captivating and vivid words of those who knew, and studied Walt Disney, provides the most revelatory protrait to date of the man who has become an icon of American culture. More than 70 men and women were interviewed, including friends, employees, and historians, adversaries and rivals, and, most especially, family members, who add a special "private" contest to a very public work.

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Personal stories from those who knew Walt Disney best reveal a gentle man with extraordinary gifts.

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