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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)
Film and Radio Guide
Mickey as Professor
Walt Disney (author)
MousePlanet
The Original Disney Institute Story
Michael Eisner (subject)
Jim Korkis (author)
DaveBossert.com
The Winged Scourge (1943)
Dave Bossert (author)
DaveBossert.com
Saving Bacon Fat and Meat Drippings
The Disney Way
Dave Bossert (author)
DaveBossert.com
Food Will Win the War
The Disney Way
Dave Bossert (author)
DaveBossert.com
The Grain That Built A Hemisphere
Disney's Corny WWII Film
Dave Bossert (author)
Color Computer
Goto School
See and hear
Animation in Education
Carl Nater (author)
Educational Horizons
Educational Values in Factual Nature Pictures
Walt Disney (author)