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    The Art of Walt Disney Book with Multiple Signatures (Walt Disney, 1975). In 1975, author Christopher Finch released the first revised, expanded edition of his 1973 book The Art of Walt Disney which chronicles the creative process at Disney Studios and theme parks. This copy contains a plethora of autographs and sketches by some of Disney Studio's legendary artists, voice actors, Mouseketeers and executives including Ken Anderson, Bill Justice, Clarence Nash, Dave Smith, and Richard Sherman to name a few. The great Claude Coats signed the book no fewer than three times and two of his business cards are placed within the pages. It is a fascinating and rare archive of autographs of Disney studio talent. The Book shows light wear and the dust jacket is missing. The condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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