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DescriptionFantasia '99 (Fantasia 2000) Firebird Storyboard Workbook (Walt Disney, 1997). A sequel to Disney's landmark 1940 animated feature Fantasia was long in the works. It wasn't until after Walt's passing that the film began to take shape. Originally planned for a 1997 release, and then 1999, the project finally was completed and released in IMAX on January 1, 2000. Here is an amazing set of storyboards and notes concerning the final segment of the film, "Firebird Suite." In it, a volcano destroys the forest (inspired by the real-life eruption of Mount St. Helens), which is revived by a female "Sprite" though a number of sections: "The Calling," "The Coming of Spring," "The Warning," "The Eruption," "Desolation," "Return of Hope," and "Rebirth." There are 55 black and white photocopy pages in all (including section titles), printed on 11" x 17" paper; this was a working copy, with added hand-written notes. The pages are bound in a folder, marked as from David A. Zaboski, animator for this segment. A fascinating look "behind the scenes," in a very rare Disney Studio artifact. Very Good condition.
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