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The Internet Archive
Walt Disney: Master of Laughter and Learning
Walt Disney (subject)
Advertising Requirements
Hollywood Films as a Sales Promotion Tool
Carl Nater (subject)
Cartoonist PROfiles
What's Doing at Disney?
Animation is Alive, Well – and Profitable – at Walt Disney Productions
Ken Anderson (reference)
Ted Berman (reference)
Les Clark (reference)
Larry Clemmons (reference)
Marc Davis (reference)
Elias Disney (reference)
Walt Disney (reference)
Milt Kahl (reference)
Ward Kimball (interviewee)
Angela Lansbury (reference)
Walter Lantz (reference)
Ron Miller (reference)
Woolie Reitherman (reference)
Frank Thomas (reference)
Card Walker (reference)
Ed Wynn (reference)
Film News
Mickey Is The Symbol
For Mickey Mouse in his 25th year, it's over the hill to the schoolhouse
Walt Disney (reference)
Film News
Walt Disney - As I Know Him
Walt Disney (subject)
Carl Nater (author)
The Walt Disney Family Museum
Behind the True-Life Cameras
James Algar (reference)
Jack Couffer (reference)
Robert H. Crandall (reference)
Herb Crisler (reference)
Lois Crisler (reference)
Walt Disney (reference)
Don Hahn (reference)
Winston Hibler (reference)
Paul Kenworthy (reference)
Jim Korkis (author)
Elma Milotte (reference)
Ben Sharpsteen (reference)
MousePlanet
The True Story of True Life Adventures
James Algar (reference)
Jack Couffer (reference)
Robert H. Crandall (reference)
Herb Crisler (reference)
Lois Crisler (reference)
Walt Disney (reference)
Winston Hibler (reference)
Paul Kenworthy (reference)
Jim Korkis (author)
Elma Milotte (reference)
Ben Sharpsteen (reference)
D23
D23 Presents: Disney Wild Kingdoms
Vanessa Berlowitz (interviewee)
Roy Conli (interviewee)
Kevin Kern (host)
Mark Linfield (interviewee)
Joe Rohde (interviewee)
Keith Scholey (interviewee)
IEEE Potentials
Earning your ears
The value of internships
LOOK magazine
WALT DISNEY introduces Donald Duck to the useful Mr. Electron and on amazing science — ELECTRONICS
American Cinematographer
Walt Disney's Naturalist-Cinematographers
The cameramen who gather the interesting footage for Walt Disney’s ‘‘True-Life Adventures” are essentially naturalists or scientists who made the motion picture camera a vital tool in their studies.
Lloyd Beebe (reference)
Jack Couffer (reference)
Robert H. Crandall (reference)
Lois Crisler (reference)
Walt Disney (reference)
Paul Kenworthy (reference)
Tom McHugh (reference)
Alfred Milotte (reference)
Elma Milotte (reference)
Vulcan
Education the Disney Way
Richard Holliss (author)