Resources 9

Mechanix Illustrated
He Makes Flowers Dance
John Ott (subject)
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)
Destination D
A Look Back at Walt Disney’s True-Life Adventures
Destination D
Becky Cline (host)
Walt Disney (subject)
Don Hahn (host)
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)
Starburst Magazine
When you wish upon star
The Walt Disney Story
James Algar (reference)
Julie Andrews (reference)
Ken Annakin (reference)
Art Babbitt (reference)
James Baskett (reference)
Kathryn Beaumont (reference)
Ray Bradbury (reference)
Adriana Caselotti (reference)
Frank Churchill (reference)
Les Clark (reference)
Pinto Colvig (reference)
Bill Cottrell (reference)
Roald Dahl (reference)
Salvador Dali (reference)
Marc Davis (reference)
Elias Disney (reference)
Walt Disney (subject)
Bobby Driscoll (reference)
Cliff Edwards (reference)
Richard Fleischer (reference)
Annette Funicello (reference)
Gerry Geronimi (reference)
Billy Gilbert (reference)
Don Graham (reference)
David Hand (reference)
Otis Harlan (reference)
Hugh Harman (reference)
Sterling Holloway (reference)
Ub Iwerks (reference)
Wilfred Jaxon (reference)
Glynis Johns (reference)
Ollie Johnston (reference)
Dean Jones (reference)
Milt Kahl (reference)
Ward Kimball (reference)
Jack Kinney (reference)
Tommy Kirk (reference)
Eric Larson (reference)
Peggy Lee (reference)
John Lounsbery (reference)
Ham Luske (reference)
Fred MacMurray (reference)
Ron Miller (reference)
Hayley Mills (reference)
Elma Milotte (reference)
Charles Mintz (reference)
Fred Moore (reference)
Clarence Nash (reference)
Grim Natwick (reference)
Fess Parker (reference)
Luana Patten (reference)
Perce Pearce (reference)
Ted Sears (reference)
Ben Sharpsteen (reference)
Carl Stalling (reference)
Robert Stevenson (reference)
Harry Stockwell (reference)
Leopold Stokowski (reference)
Deems Taylor (reference)
Frank Thomas (reference)
Richard Todd (reference)
Bill Tytla (reference)
Dick Van Dyke (reference)
Werner von Braun (reference)
Oliver Wallace (reference)
Guy Williams (reference)
Reader's Digest India
Walt Disney – The Wizard of Wonderland
A visit to the creator of Mickey Mouse
Robert H. Crandall (subject)
Herb Crisler (subject)
Lois Crisler (subject)
Walt Disney (interviewee)
Tom McHugh (subject)
Alfred Milotte (subject)
Elma Milotte (subject)
Ben Sharpsteen (subject)
American Cinematographer
Time-lapse And Telephotos Probe Nature's Secrets
Walt Disney’s “Secrets of Life.”
My ivory cellar; [the story of time-lapse photography]
Double Trouble
Filming for Disney's The Secrets of Life
by John Ott