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Disney, Walt

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As well as producing iconic cartoons and films, Walter E. Disney also published a significant number of his titles as books. Not surprisingly Mickey Mouse was the first character to make into book format. In 1931 The Adventures of Mickey Mouse was published and proved incredibly popular with American children. First editions of this early example of Disney’s animation style can now realize upwards of $5,000.

Throughout the 1930s and 40s the titles kept coming with regularity. Many of the more familiar animations were released as books to widen the potential audience of cartoon releases. This includes the Disney versions of other author’s works such as Bambi (1941)and Pinocchio (1939). One of the most sought after titles today is Fantasia from 1940: a first edition can fetch over $6,000.

There is an array of lesser known Disney works out there in book format too. The Golden Touch (1937); The Reluctant Dragon (1941) and the Wise Little Hen (1937) are all archetypal Disney. With the publication of The Gremlins in 2943, Disney also collaborated with the legendary Roald Dahl.

The Disney Corporation continued to publish books after the death of Walt Disney himself in 1966, often to accompany film releases like The Aristocats in 1970.

Other books were introduced to the market with The Art of Walt Disney from Mickey Mouse to The Magic Kingdoms released in 1973. The book documents the development of Walt Disney’s career, and incorporates hundreds of illustrations, staff interviews and explanations of the techniques involved in cartooning. A first edition can fetch $200 at auction.

Disney books were a key part of Walt’s early work and were a significant factor in helping the iconic name become what it is today.

Bibo, Bobette . Mickey Mouse Book. Bibo and Lang (1930). Illustrated By Disney Studios; Story Written By Bobette Bibo, 11 Year Old Daughter Of One Of The Publishers; Includes "The Story Of Mickey Mouse", "Mickey Mouse Game" Tear-Away Page, "Mickey Mouse March"; Full And Partial Page Illustrations; First Printing Distinguishable By: "Mickey Mouse (You Cute Little Feller)" Song Lyrics Including Words "Kill Him", Extra Comic Strips On The Bottom Panel Of The Rear Cover And On Page 8.

Disney, Walt . Adventures of Mickey Mouse, Book 1 . David McKay, Philadelphia (1931). Pictorial Boards; Color Illustrations On Every Page Of Text (32 Pages); Color Pictorial Endpapers.

Disney, Walt . Les aventures de Mickey. Hachette (1931). Color Illustrated Cover; Decorated Endpapers; Color Illustration On Title Page; Ten Color Narrative Illustrations In Boxes Resembling A Story Board On Each Page (32 Pages). Text In French.

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse Movie Stories . David McKay, Philadelphia (1931). Illustrated By Staff Of Walt Disney Studios; Introductory Dedicatory Note By Walt Disney; 11 Short Stories Illustrated In Black And White Including: "Traffic Troubles", "The Delivery Boy", "The Moose Hunt", "Fishin' Around", And "The Firefighters"; Includes "Mickey Mouse Miniature Movies", Small Illustrations In The Lower Right Hand Page Corners Of Mickey And Minnie Mouse Dancing Which Become Animated When The Pages Are Flipped.

Staff Of Walt Disney Studio . Mickey Mouse Stories, Book 2. David Mckay, Philadelphia (1931).

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse Story Book . David McKay, Philadelphia (1931). Illustrated By The Staff Of Walt Disney Studio; Halftone Black And White Illustrations; Small Illustrations In The Lower Right Hand Page Corners Of Mickey And Minnie Mouse Dancing Which Become Animated When The Pages Are Flipped.

Disney, Walt. The Adventures of Mickey Mouse. David McKay, Philadelphia (1931). Illustrated By Staff Of Walt Disney Studio; Full Color Pictorial Endpapers; Illustrated On The Front Board; Every Page Illustrated In Color (32 Total).

Disney, Walt. The Adventures of Mickey Mouse . George G. Harrap (1931). Colour Title Illustration Of Mickey Mouse; Colour Pictorial Boards; Colour Pictorial Endpapers Different In Front And Rear; 30 Coloured Illustrations, 1 Of Which Is Full-Page.

Staff of the Walt Disney Studios . The Adventures of Mickey Mous, Book 2 . David McKay, Philadelphia (1932). Illustrated By The Walt Disney Studios; Color Pictorial Boards And Endpapers; Color Illustrations On Every Page; More Adventures Of Mickey Mouse Is The Title Given On The Front Cover Whereas Title Page States The Adventures Of Mickey Mouse.

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse In King Arthur's Court . Dean & Son Ltd.. (1933). 4 Color Pop-Up Illustrations; 21 Black And White Illustrations

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse in King Arthur's Court. . Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1933). 4 Double-Page Pop-Up Illustrations; Black And White Illustrations, Some Full-Page.

Staff of the Walt Disney Studios . The "Pop-Up" Silly Symphonies Containing Babes in the Woods and King Neptune. Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1933). Illustrated By Walt Disney Studios; Cover Title: Mickey Mouse Presents His Silly Symphonies;4 Double-Page Pop-Ups Which Are Illustrated In Front And Back.

Staff Of The Walt Disney Studios . The Pop-up Mickey Mouse . Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1933). 3 Color Pop-Up Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . The Pop-Up Minnie Mouse . Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1933). Illustrated By The Staff Of Walt Disney Studios; 3 Double-Page Full-Color Pop-Ups; 25 Black And White Illustrations, 4 Full-Page.

Disney, Walt. The Pop-up Silly Symphonies. Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1933). Four Large, Color Pop-Up Illustrations Plus Black And White Illustrations.

Walt Disney Studios . Three Little Pigs. Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1933). Illustrated By The Staff Of Walt Disney Studios; 12 Full-Color, Full-Page Plates; 14 Full-Page Black And White Illustrations

Churchill, Frank. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf . Irving Berlin Inc. (1933). 6 Leaves Of Sheet Music From Walt Disney'S "Silly Symphony Of The Three Little Pigs"; Composed By Frank Churchill; Lyrics By Ann Ronell; Cover And Character Design By Walt Disney.

Disney, Walt. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf and Three Little Pigs. David McKay, Philadelphia (1933). Full Page Black And White Illustrations Opposite Each Page Of Text (31 Pages Total).

Disney, Walt . Drei kleine Schweine. Williams & Co., Berlin (1934). Translated By Edward Sanders; Color And Black And White Illustrations.

Walt Disney Studios. Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf . David McKay, Philadelphia (1934). Pictorial Boards.

Disney, Walt. Mickey Aviateur. Hachette (1934). First French Edition. Mickey Mouse As A Pilot.

Disney, Walt. Mickey Hop-La! Une Partie de Polo . Hachette (1934). Three Color Pop-Up Illustrations. Scarce Disney Pop-Up Featuring Mickey, Minnie And Pluto (Known As Tom, In The French Version).

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse in Giantland. David McKay, Philadelphia (1934). Full-Color Illustrations On Every Page (45 Pages).

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse in King Arthur's Court. Dean & Son Ltd. (1934). 4 Double-Page Pop-Up Illustrations Plus Black And White Illustrations.

Staff of Walt Disney Studio. Mickey Mouse Stories, Book 2. David McKay, Philadelphia (1934). Illustrated By The Staff Of Walt Disney Studio; Contains: "Pioneer Days," "The Delivery Boy," The Castaway," And "The Moose Hunt";Black And White Illustrations; Contains Small Illustrations In The Lower Right Page Corners Of Mickey And Minnie Mouse Dancing Which Become Animated When The Pages Are Flipped.

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse Waddle Book. Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1934). Illustrated By The Walt Disney Studios Staff; 12 Black And White And 12 Full-Color Illustrations; Four Leaves Of Die-Cut, Punch-Out "Waddle" Figures Of Disney Characters Which Can Be Moved; Instructions For Assembling "Waddle" Characters In Rear; Original Waddle Watervcolor Figures By Designer Fred Voges.

Disney, Walt. Peculiar Penguins. David McKay, Philadelphia (1934). Illustrations Possibly By Ruth Plumley Thompson; Forty-Five Pages Of Text And Color Illustrations.

Disney, Walt. The Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood. Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1934). Color And Black And White Illustrations. From The Walt Disney Silly Symphony.

Staff of the Walt Disney Studios. The Pied Piper. The Bodley Head (1934). Illustrated By The Staff Of The Walt Disney Studios; 28 Color And Black-And-White Plates, Some Full-Page.

Disney, Walt. Three Little Pigs and The Big Bad Wolf. Blue Ribbon Books Inc. (1934). Illustrated By The Walt Disney Studios; Full-Page Color Illustrations; Black And White Illustrations. From The Walt Disney Silly Symphony.

Disney, Walt . Three Little Pigs. John Lane Bodley Head (1934). Illustrated By The Staff Of The Walt Disney Studios; 12 Full-Page Color Illustrations; Black And White Illustrations.

Disney, Walt. Donald Duck . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1935). Illustrated By The Staff Of The Walt Disney Studios; Color Pictorial Boards; 15 Full-Page Color Illustrations On Linen Leaves.

Disney, Walt. Mickey Mouse Movie Stories, Book 2. Dean & Son Ltd.. (1935). Full-Page Illustrations Opposite Almost Each Page Of Text.

Staff of the Walt Disney Studios . The Robber Kitten. Dean & Son Ltd.. (1935). Illustrated By The Staff Of The Walt Disney Studios; 6 Vibrant Full Page Color Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . The Wise Little Hen . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1935). Six Full-Page Color Illustrations; Black And White Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . Three Orphan Kittens . David McKay, Philadelphia (1935). Six Color Plates; 8 Black And White Plates

Disney, Walt . A Mickey Mouse ABC Story . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1936). Orange And Black Illustrations With A Musical Theme On Every Page; Mickey, Pluto, Donald, Silly Symphony Characters Playing Musical Instruments As Disney Works His Way Through The Alphabet. The Book Ends With The Words And Music To "Song Osix-And-Twenty" Played By The Mickey Mouse Abc Band.

Disney, Walt . Donald Duck. Grosset & Dunlap; New York (1936). Every Page Illustrated In Color Or Black And White; Pictorial Endpapers.

Disney, Walt . La Notte Di Natale . Edizioni Walt Disney, Mondadori, Verona (1936). Color And Black And White Plates.

Disney, Walt . Mickey Hop-l! Une partie de Polo. Hachette (1936). 3 Color Pop-Up Illustrations; Black And White Illustrations. Text In French.

Disney, Walt . Mickey Mouse and Pluto the Pup . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1936). Color And B&W Illustrations.

Disney Walt . Micky Maus in Afrika. Micky Maus Verlag-Bollmann, Zrich (1936). Translated By Josy Priems; Color Cover And Inside Cover Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . Micky-Maus im Zirkus. Micky Maus Verlag-Bollmann, Zrich (1936). Translated By Hans Schenk.

Disney, Walt . The Mickey Mouse Fire Brigade . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1936).

Disney, Walt . The Water Babies . Collins and Glasgow (1936). Color Frontispiece; Two-Tone Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse and His Friends. Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1936). 12 Full-Page Color Illustrations. Ten Pages, Each With A Full Color Illustration And A Few Lines Of Text; Story Of A Christmas Party At Mickeys House. In Addition To Mickey Mouse, We Have Donald Duck, Horace Horsecollar, Goofy, Clarabelle Cow, Pluto, Mickeys Orphans, Minnie Mouse And The Three Little Pigs.

Disney, Walt . Mickey Mouse Has a Busy Day . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1937).

Disney, Walt . Mountaineering Mickey. Collins Clear-Type Press (1937). Illustrated By Walt Disney; Almost Each Page Has A Line Drawing (Many In Two Colours) And Many Of Them Full Page.

Disney, Walt . Nursery Stories From Walt Disney's Silly Symphony . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1937). Six Color Plates

Disney, Walt . Pluto the Pup. Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1937). Full-Page Color Illustrations On Each Page (12 Pages).

Disney, Walt . Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. David McKay, Philadelphia (1937). Illustrated By The Walt Disney Studios; Black And White And Full-Color Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . The Golden Touch. Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1937). 6 Full-Color Plates; Black And White Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . Walt Disney Annual . Whitman Publishing CO, Racine, WI (1937). Pages Of Color Inserts In Four Colors, Numerous Line Drawings In Text. "A Collection Of Stories And Pictures Of The Best Silly Symphonies Which Have Been Produced During The Past Year".

Disney, Walt . The Wise Little Hen. Walt Disney Enterprises (1937).

Disney, Walt . Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse. Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1937). 10 Pages With Small Color Illustrations; Includes Stories: "Robber Kitten," "Three Little Wolves," "Donald And Pluto," "Who Killed Cock Robin," "Moving Day," "Mickey'S Fire Brigade," "The Band Concert," "On Ice," "Mickey'S Elephant," "Cock Of The Walk", And "Mickey'S Garden".

Disney, Walt . Walt Disney's Silly Symphony Annual. Collins Clear-Type Press and Glasgow (1937). Sketches Of Many Of The Disney Characters, Some In Duotone Others Black & White.

Disney, Walt . Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. . Harper & Brothers (1937). 32 Color Illustrations; 47 Black And White Illustrations

Disney, Walt . The Wise Little Hen. (1937). The Wise Little Hen, Her 9 Little Chicks, Peter Pig & Donald Duck.

Disney, Walt . Blanche-neige et ses amies les btes. Hachette (1938). 12 Full-Page Color Illustrations; Three Color Pop-Up Illustrations. Text In French.

Disney, Walt . Donald Duck Annual . Collins Clear-Type Press and Glasgow (1938). First Donald Duck Annual.

Disney, Walt . Masks of the Seven Dwarfs and Snow White. Whitman Publishing Co, Racine (1938). Eight Full-Color Punch-Out Masks Of All Seven Dwarfs And Snow White.

Disney, Walt . Mickey Mouse The Boat-Builder. Grosset & Dunlap (1938). 18 Duotone Illustrations, 13 Of Them Full-Page.

Disney, Walt . Sketch Book For Snow White & Seven Dwarfs. Collins & Glasgow (1938). 12 Full-Color Plates Mounted On Brown Art Card With Tissue Guards

Disney, Walt . Mirro Toy Catalogue. 1938. (1938). Catalogue Of Toy Manufacturer Mirro Aluminum Located In Manitowoc, Wi; Features Aluminum Toy Sets Of Disney Characters, Including Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

Disney, Walt . Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs . Grosset & Dunlap (1938). Color And Black And White Illustrations Attributed To Gustaf Tenggren.

White, T.H. . The Sword in the Stone. Collins Clear-Type Press and Glasgow (1938). Line Drawings By The Author.

Disney, Walt . Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Cut-Out Book . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1938). Full-Color Pictorial Covers; Four Pages Of Full-Color, Die-Cut, Punch-Out Figures Of Snow White Characters With Accessories.

Disney, Walt . Walt Disneys Snow White Annual . Dean & Son Ltd. (1938).

Disney, Walt . Donald and Pluto. Collins Clear-Type Press and Glasgow (1939). Five Double-Sided Black And White "Flip Books" Housed Between Pictorial Covers, Together Containing 2,000 Images (1,000 On Each Side); Flip Books Animate A Story Consisting Of 20 Scenes (10 On Each Side) When The Pages Are Flipped; Printed Instructions Inside The Covers.

Disney, Walt . Pinocchio . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1939). Text And Outline Pictures From The Movie Piocchio To Be Colored In.

Disney, Walt . Donald's Lucky Day . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1939). Color Illustrations On Every Page.

Disney, Walt . Pinocchio Cut-Out Book . Whitman Publishing Co., Racine (1939). Full-Color Pictorial Covers; Four Interior Pages; Both Covers And Interior Pages Contain Full-Color Character Cut-Outs Of Characters From The Production Pinocchio, With Accessory Pieces.

Collodi, Carlo . Pinocchio. Dell Publishing Co. (1939). Illustrated Jacket; Full-Color Illustrations.

Disney, Walt . Pinocchio. Random House (1939). 100 Numbered Copies; Ringbound Facsimile Typescript And Storyboard.

Disney, Walt . Biancaneve e i Sette Nani. Milano, Edizioni Walt Disney-Mondadori, 1940 (1940). Black And White And Color Illustrations By Walt Disney.

Disney, Walt . Dance of the Hours. Harper & Brothers (1940).

Disney, Walt . Pinocho . Ediciones Modernas, Mexico (1940). Ten Color Plates

Taylor, Deems . Fantasia. Simon & Schuster (1940). Introduction By Walt Disney; Foreword By Leopold Stokowski; Some Illustrations By Kay Nielsen; Black, White And Color Illustrations; Pictorial Endpapers And Dust Jacket; Sixteen Tipped-In Color Plates. John Hench, Ethel Kulsar, Sylvia Holland, Curt Perkins, Bob Cormack, J. Gordon Legg, Martin Provensen, And Kay Nielsen.

Disney, Walt . Fantasia. Walt Disney Productions (1940). Program From The Production Of Fantasia At Broadway Theatre In New York City, November 13, 1940; 2,000 Copies.

Browne, Georgiana. Water Babies Circus and Other Stories. D.C. Heath and Co., Boston (1940). Illustrated By The Walt Disney Studio; Includes "Snow White"

Walt Disney Studios. Bambi. Simon & Schuster (1941). Four Color Lithographs; Color Pictorial Boards.

Disney, Walt. Story of The Reluctant Dragon . Garden City Publishing (1941).

Disney, Walt . Bambi Hankies. (1942). Color-Illustrated Eight-Page Narrative On Stiff Paper Folded Accordion-Style, Sewn With Red Yarn; Four Pages Each Contain One Folded, White Cotton Handkerchief With A Bambi Character Printed In One Corner.

Feild, Robert D. . The Art of Walt Disney. The Macmillan Company New York (1942). Color And Monochrome Illustrations Including Animation Storyboards And Stills.

Dahl, Roald . The Gremlins. Random House (1943). Illustrated By The Staff Of The Walt Disney Studios; Pictorial Boards; One Double-Page And Twelve Full-Page Color Illustrations; Monochrome Illustrations.

Dahl, Roald . The Gremlins. Ayres & James, Sydney (1943). One Double-Page And 12 Full-Page Color Illustrations.

Dahl, Roald. The Gremlins. Oxford University Press (1944). Thirteen Full-Page Color Plates; Monochrome Illustrations.

Dahl, Roald. The Gremlins. Collins Clear-Type Press and Glasgow (1944). Twelve Full-Page Color Illustrations; One Double-Page Color Illustration; 2000 Copies.

Palmer, H. Marion . The Three Caballeros. Random House (1944). Illustrated By The Walt Disney Studio; 14 Full-Page Color Plates.

Disney, Walt . Walt Disney's Circus. Simon & Schuster (1944). Illustrated By The Disney Studios; 12 Color Illustrations Made With "Touch-Me" Materials (Felt Appliques); Front Cover And Dustjacket Also Incorporating Felt Material In Illustration.

Disney, Walt . Walt Disney's Surprise Package. Simon & Schuster (1944). 12 Stories Including "Alice In Wonderland," "Peter Pan," "Wind In The Willows," "Uncle Remus," "Lady," "Breer Rabbit," "The Little Fir Tree," "The Square World," And Others.

Disney, Walt . Uncle Remus Stories. Simon & Schuster (1947). Contains 23 Srories From Disneys "Song Of The South" & Other Adaptations From Joel Chandler Harris Original Tales. Color And Monochrome Illustrations On Every Page (92 Pages).

Hurter, Albert . He Drew As He Pleased. Simon & Schuster (1948). A Sketchbook By Albert Hurter; Illustrated With 700 Of Hurter'S Drawings Created For Disney Studios.

Disney, Walt . Cinderella Puppet Show . Simon & Schuster (1949). Color Illustrations By The Disney Studios; 10 Paper Puppets Which Fit Into Slots.

Disney, Walt . Famous Artists & Writers of King Features Syndicate . King Features Syndicate (1949). Contains Portraits And Biographies Of Artists, Writers, And Cartoonists, Alongside Illustrations Of Their Work; Includes: Walt Disney, Hal Foster, Mel Graff, Jimmy Hatlo, Mel Heimer, Syd Hoff, George Mcmanus, Otto Messmer, Mac Raboy, Bob Ripley, Otto Soglow, Walter Winchell, Chic Young, Bill Zaboly, And Others.

Disney, Walt . Cinderella . Dean & Son Ltd.. (1950). Chromolithographed Plates.

Disney, Walt . Tiny Movie Stories . Simon & Schuster (1950). Illustrated In Color By Disney Studios; 12 Miniature Books: "Dopey And The Wicked Witch," "Three Little Pigs Fool A Wolf," "Pinocchio'S Surprise," "Bongo Stars Again," "Cinderella'S Ball Gown," "Bambi Plays Follow The Leader," "Donald Duck'S Wild Goose Chase," "Mickey'S New Car," "Dumbo'S Magic Feather," "Pablo The Penguin Takes A Trip," "Brer Rabbit Plays A Trick," And "Bootle Beetle'S Adventure"; Color Pictorial Slipcase In The Shape Of A Room Of A House.

Greene, Ward . The Lady and the Tramp. Simon & Schuster (1953). Full Title: The Lady And The Tramp: The Story Of Two Dogs; Foreword By Walt Disney; Illustrated By Joe G. Rinaldi.

Miller, Diane Disney. The Story of Walt Disney. Henry Holt & Company New York (1957). 49 Illustrations Including 16 Pages Of Photographs.

Thomas, Bob . The Art of Animation. Simon & Schuster (1958). Full Title: The Art Of Animation: The Story Of The Disney Studio Contribution To A New Art; Color Illustrations.

Miller, Diane Disney . Walt Disney: An Intimate Biography by His Daughter. Odhams (1958). Published In The United States As "The Story Of Walt Disney"

Thomas, Bob . The Art of Animation . Golden Press (1958).

Watson, Jane Werner. People & Places. Golden Press (1959).

Kunhardt, Dorothy. The Tiny Golden Library. Golden Press (1965). Thirty-Six 24-Page Books In Cardboard Illustrated Box; Housed Within A Handled Carrying Case With A Cellophane Window; 12 Books Of Walt Disney Disneyland Stories; 12 Books In The Dorothy Kunhardt Series Tiny Animal Stories; 12 In The Dorothy Kunhardt Series Tiny Nonsense Stories; Disney Books Illustrated By Disney Studios; Kunhardt Books Illustrated By Garth Williams.

Finch, Christopher. The Art of Walt Disney. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (1973). Full Title: The Art Of Walt Disney: From Mickey Mouse To The Magic Kingdom; Essay By Peter Blake; Die-Cut Color Relief Of Mickey Mouse On Front Cover; 763 Illustrations, Including 351 Color Plates.

Disney, Walt. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Circle Fine Art Press (1978). Four Color Serigraphs, Over 400 Illustrations; 9500 Numbered Copies.

Thomas, Frank. Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life. Abbeville Press (1981). Co-Authored With Ollie Johnston; Gilt Illustration On Front Cover; Full Color Pictorial Dustjacket; Full-Color Pictorial Die-Cut Slipcase; 489 Full-Color Plates And Thousands Of Monochrome Illustrations.

Barks, Carl . The Fine Art of Walt Disney's Donald Duck. Another Rainbow Publishing, Scottsdale, Arizona (1981). 1875 Numbered Copies; Gilt Illustration On Front Cover; Signed By Carl Barks On The Limitation Page; Illustrated Gilt Slipcase; Color Illustrations, Including Double-Page Fold-Outs; Monochrome Illustrations; Contains All 122 Of Barks' Disney Paintings; Even Numbered Copies Have A Burgundy Cover And Slipcase While Odd Numbers Have Deep Blue.

Barks, Carl . Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge McDuck: His Life and Times . Celestial Arts Publishing CompaBerkeley (1981). Includes An Appreciation By George Lucas; Afterword By Gary Kurtz; Includes An Interview With Barks' Wife, Gare; Includes "Uncle Scrooge Checklist"; 13 Uncle Scrooge Stories Including: "Back To The Klondike", "Island In The Sky", "The Seven Cities Of Cibola", And "Land Of The Pygmy Indians", All Re-Colored By Peter Ledger; Lithograph Of Barks' Painting "Wanderers Of Wonderlands" Signed By Barks; 5000 Numbered Copies.

Barks, Carl . The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney's Donald Duck. Another Rainbow Publishing, Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona (1984). (1948-1954) Introduction By Geoffrey Blum; 3 Volume Boxed Sets.

Nash, Clarence. Donald Duck: 50 Years of Happy Frustration . Another Rainbow Publishing, Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona (1984). By Clarence "Ducky" Nash, Carl Barks, And Jack Hannah; Print Run Of 5000 Numbered Copies, 700 Of Which Contain A Bookplate Signed By Carl Barks And Jack Hannah, With A Facsimile Signature Of Clarence "Ducky" Nash; Contains Facsimile Letters By Barks, Hannah And Nash.

Barks, Carl . The Carl Barks Library Of Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge. Another Rainbow Publishing, Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona (1984). Three Volumes; 10 Boxed Sets.

Bright, Randy . Disneyland: Inside Story . Harry N. Abrams Inc., Boston (1987). Foreword By Michael Eisner; 151 Colour Plates.

Barks, Carl . Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge In Color. Gladstone Publishing, Ltd. (1987). Pictorial Tipped-In Bookplate Inside Front Board Signed By Barks; Includes: "Donald Duck'S Christmas On Bear Mountain", "Dickens Redone" (Two-Pages Of Illustrated Commentary), "The Storybook Scrooge" (One-Page Commentary), "Uncle Scrooge", "Uncle Scrooge'S Christmas Carol", "The Triumph Of Scrooge Mcduck" (Ten-Page Colour Illustrated Commentary), And "Uncle Scrooge The Lemonade King"; 750 Numbered Copies.

Barks, Carl. Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge McDuck: His Life and Times . Celestial Arts, Berkeley (1987). Includes An Appreciation By George Lucas; Afterword By Gary Kurtz; Includes An Interview With Barks' Wife, Gare; Bibliography; Includes "Uncle Scrooge Checklist"; 13 Uncle Scrooge Stories Including: "Back To The Klondike", "Island In The Sky", "The Seven Cities Of Cibola", And "Land Of The Pygmy Indians", Re-Colored By Peter Ledger; Lithograph Of Barks' Painting "Wanderers Of Wonderlands" Signed By Barks; 5000 Numbered Copies.

Kinney, Jack. Walt Disney and Assorted Other Characters. Harmony Books (1988). Full Title: Walt Disney And Assorted Other Characters. An Unauthorized Account Of The Early Years At Disney; Foreword By Leonard Maltin; Smany Igned By Jack Kinney.

Gottfredson, Floyd. Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse in Color. Another Rainbow Publishing, Prescott AZ (1988). : The Art Of Floyd Gottfredson And Carl Banks; Co-Authored With Carl Banks; Signed By Floyd Gottfredson And Carl Barks; 3,000 Numbered Copies; Illustrations; Vinyl Interview Record In Rear

Johnston, Ollie. Walt Disney's Bambi . Stewart, Tabori & Chang (1990). Co-Authored With Frank Thomas; Certain Copies Signed By Ollie Johnston And Frank Thomas On The Half-Title Page; Includes A Copy Of Walt Disney'S Bambi: The Flip Book.

Thomas, Bob . Disneys Art of Animation. Hyperion Books (1991). From Mickey Mouse To Beauty And The Beast; Pictorial "Motion" Cover; Monochrome And Color Illustrations; Certain Copies Signed By: Gil Keane, Chris Wahl, Andreas Deja, Will Finn, Ruben Aquino, Dave Pruiksma And Nik Ranieri.

Johnston, Ollie. The Disney Villain . Hyperion Books (1993). Co-Authored With Frank Thomas; Designed By Dan A Levy; Signed By Both Ollie Johnston And Frank Thomas; Front Of Slipcase Contains A Hologram Picture; Publisher'S Description: "Two Supervising Animators For The Disney Studios Offer An Inside Look At The Great Disney Cartoon Villains, From The Evil Queen Maleficent To Jafar, Featuring Full-Color Portraits, Scenes From The Films, And Discussions On How These Characters Were Created."

Disney, Walter Elias . Walt Disney's Sketchbook of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs . Applewood Books, Bedford (1993). Reproduction Of The Original Sketchbook Published In England By William Collins In 1938; 2000 Numbered Copies; 12 Color Plates.

Krause, Martin. Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Hyperion Books (1994). Full Title: Walt Disney'S Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs: An Art In Its Making Featuring The Collection Of Stephen H. Ison; Co-Authored With Linda Witkowski; Illustrated In Color And Monochrome; Copies Signed By: Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Marc Davis, Ward Kimball, Bill Justice, Joe Grant, Maurice Noble, Ken O'Connor And Clair Weeks.

Rebello, Stephen . The Art of Pocahontas. Hyperion Books (1995). 5000 Copies; Signed By Peter Schneider, James Pentecost, Eric Goldberg And Mike Gabriel; Portrait Of Pocahontas In A Custom Envelope.

Davis, Marc. Walt Disney Imagineering. Hyperion Books (1996). Full Title: Walt Disney Imagineering: A Behind The Dreams Look At Making The Magic Real; Authored By Marc Davis, Sam Mckim, Bill Justice, Tony Baxter, Bob Gurr, And Rolly Crump; Foreword By Michael D. Eisner; Cover Illustration; Certain Copies Signed By Authors.

Broggie, Michael . Walt Disney's Railroad Story. Pentrex Media Group, Pasadena (1997). The Small-Scale Fascination That Led To A Full-Scale Kingdom; Designed By Katie Danneman; Contains Interviews With Mrs. Walt Disney, Diane Disney Miller, Ward Kimball, Ollie Johnston, Bob Harpur, Bill Cottrell, Roger Broggie, Bill Evans, And Others; 1000 Numbered Copies Signed By Michael Broggie On The Title Pages; Hundreds Of Full-Color And Monochrome Illustrations Of Which Hundreds Are Photographs.

Thomas, Frank. Peter Pan Sketchbook. Applewood Books (1998). Illustrated With Color, And Black And White Plates; 2,500 Numbered Copies.