• Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History

Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History

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  • Celebrate 90 years of Mickey Mouse with of one of the most expansive illustrated publications on the Disney universe: behind-the-scenes shots, rare animation art, and vintage comics trace Mickey’s 122 cartoons, his comic adventures, and the world of Mickey merchandise and memorabilia, as well as the legendary Mickey Mouse Club and unfinished projects
  • With unlimited access to Disney’s vast historical collections as well as public and private collections, the authors bring Mickey’s success story to life: concept art, story sketches, background paintings, and animation drawings as well as historical photographs trace the origins and evolution of such timeless favourites as Steamboat WillieThe Band Concert, and Brave Little Tailor. They also follow Mickey as he builds on this legendary library of short cartoons by appearing in two historic feature-length films, Fantasia and Fun and Fancy Free
  • Unfinished projects, many of them presented for the first time through original storyboard drawings, unveil a Mickey that might have been. Extensive archival research sheds new light on little-known chapters of Mickey’s career, such as his pioneering radio shows, the origins of the Mickey Mouse Club, and his use as a patriotic icon during World War II. Along the way, we encounter the work of all major Mickey artists in both film and comics, including such greats as Ub Iwerks, Win Smith, Ferdinand Horvath, Fred Moore, Floyd Gottfredson, Carl Barks, Manuel Gonzales, Paul Murry, Romano Scarpa, Giorgio Cavazzano, Byron Erickson, César Ferioli, and Noel Van Horn
  • Mickey Mouse has left an indelible mark on everyday culture as well as high art, becoming a favoured subject for Pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Roy Lichtenstein

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