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Disney Animation Auction coming up at Christie’s

Hanging out in London? Then make plans for attending a November 24th Christie’s London film memorabilia auction where 25 rare Disney animation items including Mary Blair and Bill Peet artwork, a 1927 typed synopsis for “Alice the beach nut”, and … Continue reading

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Disney Animation Rarities coming to Newport Beach Film Festival

On Wednesday, April 29, audiences at the 2009 Newport Beach Film Festival (April 23 – 30) will again enjoy a “Behind-The-Magic” peek at the art of Disney animation. Disney fans won’t want to miss this chance to see some of … Continue reading

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Animation History: Collection of Sketches from Walt Disney’s South American Trip

There’s a bit of animation history up for bid over on eBay right now. It’s a collection of character drawings and autographs from Walt Disney and a few of the artists who accompanied him on his famous South American tour … Continue reading

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Rare Recorded Interview with Disney Animator Bill Tytla

Disney Animation Fans rejoice, Didier Ghez has unearthed an unreleased recording of one of Walt Disney’s most famous, but unheralded animators Bill Tytla A few weeks after that meeting I realized that the person who had conducted the interview was … Continue reading

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