"We are going to participate in a living experience," and this promise, so often made in books concerned with creative arts, is actually fulfilled in this book by Professor Feild. Warning us to abandon all conventionally accepted notions that "the fine arts of music, painting, sculpture, and architecture were the last word in man's efforts to express himself with dignity," Feild plunges us into the esthetic and emotional problems peculiar to cartoon-sound-pictures. This is the most brilliant and satisfying analysis that any branch of the modem American film industry has enjoyed at the hands of its countrymen. […]
The Art of Walt Disney By Robert D. Feild New York: Macmillan Company 1942, 290 pp., illustrated