Written by Janet Martin in 1941 for Your Charm (August 1941).
HOLLYWOOD—the magic town of movie studios. There are many studios, but only one unique enough to be in a class by itself. That, of course, is the Disney Studio. For the Disney Studio is the only “film factory” which is distinguished by a quality that is as personal as it is creative.
One cannot create a Garbo, a Muni, a Durbin. But a Donald Duck and a Mickey Mouse are another matter. To the people of this studio, these “stars” are the figments of their own imagination, products of their own sketching pencils. The very character of this ardently interested group of people behind the scenes at the studio is, in fact, reflected in their screen stars.
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- 1 - Dick Grills - [Multiplane camera operator] (Dave Smith)
- 2 - Jack Kinney (Michael Barrier,Milton Gray)
- 3 - Jack and Jane Kinney (Michael Barrier,Milton Gray)
- 4 - Jack Kinney (Michael Barrier)
- 5 - Don W. Graham: A Short Autobiography (Don W. Graham)
- 6 - Librarian to Walt Disney (Jane Martin)
- 7 - Disney Character
- 8 - Bringing Bambi to the Screen (Jane Martin)
- 9 - The Janet Martin Letters (Janet Martin)
- 10 - Remembering the Milottes (Alan Coats)
- 11 - Lloyd Beebe (MICA Productions)
- 12 - Roy E. Disney (Michael Broggie)
- 13 - Susan (Musfelt) Hoose (Jim Korkis)
- 14 - Terry Jo Steinberger (Jim Korkis)
- 15 - Carol Farris (Jim Korkis)
- 16 - Art Stevens (Bob Thomas)
- 17 - Frank Thomas (Bob Thomas)
- 18 - Alan Coats (Didier Ghez,Jim Korkis)