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Cartoon Brew
"Walt": The Disney Biopic That Never Was
Roy E. Disney (reference)
Walt Disney (subject)
Michael Eisner (reference)
Peter Ellenshaw (reference)
Hazel George (reference)
Ub Iwerks (reference)
Milt Kahl (reference)
Jeffrey Katzenberg (reference)
Jack Lindquist (reference)
George Lucas (reference)
Sam McKim (reference)
Ron Miller (reference)
Woolie Reitherman (reference)
Dave Smith (reference)
Donn Tatum (reference)
Bob Thomas (reference)
Card Walker (reference)
Cartoon Brew
The Secret History of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”
Tony Anselmo (subject)
Brad Bird (subject)
Tim Burton (subject)
Randy Cartwright (subject)
Ron Clements (subject)
Andreas Deja (subject)
Mike Gabriel (subject)
Don Hahn (subject)
Bob Hoskins (subject)
Max Howard (subject)
Glen Keane (subject)
Bill Kroyer (subject)
John Lasseter (subject)
Rich Moore (subject)
John Musker (subject)
Nik Ranieri (subject)
Jerry Rees (subject)
Henry Selick (subject)
Darrell Van Citters (subject)
Tom Wilhite (subject)
Richard Williams (subject)
Gary K. Wolf (subject)
Cartoon Brew
Never-Before-Seen Footage of John Culhane, John Lasseter, Woolie Reitherman and Friends
John Culhane (subject)
John Lasseter (subject)
Woolie Reitherman (subject)
Tom Wilhite (subject)
Flying and Popular Aviation
Insignia Industry
Walt Disney's artists work tirelessly as requests for aviation caricatures swamp special department.
Hank Porter (subject)
Cartoon Brew
John Canemaker on Discovering Disney’s Moviemaking Secrets
John Canemaker (interviewee)
Herman Schultheis (subject)
Misc documents
Roy Disney's telegram to notify worldwide Disney offices the day after Walt’s death
Roy O. Disney (author)
Walt Disney (subject)
TV Guide
Walt Disney - The Latter-Day Aesop
Part 3 - Can he keep his promise: 'A million-dollar color special every week'?
Walt Disney (interviewee)
TV Guide
Walt Disney - The Latter-Day Aesop
Part 2 - His enthusiasm bubbles over again as he switches networks for new season
Walt Disney (interviewee)
Misc documents
Walt Disney’s letter to Ub Iwerks
Walt Disney (author)
Ub Iwerks (subject)
Films In Review
Disney is still creative
As His Imitators and Other Detractors Yap, Disney Continues to Innovate
Films In Review
Cartooning in Cinemascope
It Entails Procedural Changes that Are More Ramifying than Radical
Ward Kimball (author)