Disney Insider Yearbook : 2005 Year in Review

Fiche technique
Auteur : CLINE Rebecca, SMITH Dave, SURRELL Jason, FISHER David J., KURTTI Jeff, IWERKS Leslie, LASSELL Michael, SOLOMON Charles, MALTIN Leonard Nombre de pages : 171
Editeur : Disney Editions Dimensions : 20,9 x 28,3 x 1,4 cm
Thème : The Walt Disney Company Poids : 0,86 kg
Date de publication : 01-04-2006
ISBN-10 : 1423101510
Edition : Première édition ISBN-13 : 978-1423101512
Couverture : Couverture cartonnée Prix d'origine : 49,95$
Langue : Anglais Prix d'occasion : 10-40€

Table des matières
  • Introduction
    Introducing this exciting new annual.

    Wonderful World
  • Transitions
    This year marked a significant milestone in Disney history : the retirement of Michael Eisner and the promotion of Robert Iger.
  • Red Carpet
    Celebrations and premieres, anniversaries and ceremonies - get an insider's view from Disney's red carpets around the world.
  • Happiest Places on Earth
    Here are the latest happenings and upcoming plans in the worldwide Disney parks and resorts, from California to Paris, Florida to Hong Kong.
  • Screening Room
    Big screen movies, the latest animation, television programs, the Disney Channel, and Walt Disney Home Entertainment - The Walt Disney Studios screening room is open for your viewing pleasure.
  • In Good Company
    A look at what's on press at Disney Publishing, on the shelves of Disney Consumer Products, on the Web at Disney Internet Group, and in the philanthropic hands of Disney Worldwide Outreach.

    Disneyland's Golden Celebration
  • The Roots of Disneyland Rebecca Cline
    Walt used to say that Disneyland was merely "an amusement enterprise built where the parents and the children could have fun together". The real origins are more lengthy and complex.
  • Fifty 50s Tim O'Day
    For Disneyland's 50th anniversary, nothing could be more appropriate in the world of "Hidden Mickeys" than "Hidden 50s" - fifty of 'em, to be exact.
  • Walt Disney Studios : Disneyland's Workshop Rebecca Cline
    Many of the familiar Disneyland attractions of yesterday and today were built by Studio shops or on Studio stages. Who, what, when, where, why, and how were these Disneyland attractions born in Burbank ?
  • Walt Disney's Fantasyland : From the Movies to the Magic Kingdom Jason Surrell
    Disney's famous animated features were the first to be turned into Disneyland attractions, by many of the artists who made the films.
  • The Gold Standard : Fifty Years of Show Quality at Disneyland David J. Fisher
    How do you keep the oldest Disney park looking new ? Imagineer Dave Fisher explains how a little bit of "sparkle" polished up Disneyland for the Happiest Celebration on Earth.
  • First Man on the Mountain : Walt Disney and the Imagineering of Matterhorn Bobsleds Jason Surrell
    With the upcoming premiere of Expedition Everest, we look back at the first "Disney Mountain" and the man who commanded its creation.
  • The Sun Never Sets on a Disney Park : Hong Kong Disneyland Grand Opening 2005 David J. Fisher
    This year's opening of Hong Kong Disneyland begins a new era in Disney parks, with a Magic Kingdom both familiar and exotic.

    Disney in Depth
  • Chicken Little Monique Peterson
    Disney animators look to cutting-edge moviemaking methods to continue a six-decade storytelling tradition.
  • C. S. Lewis Meets Walt Disney : Two Mythmakers Journey into Narnia Brian Sibley
    A comparison between the Chicago-born, Missouri-raised Walt Disney and the Irish-born, Oxford-educated C. S. Lewis seems somewhat unlikely, but not where worlds of wonder are involved.
  • Disney's Tarzan Soars onto Broadway Michael Lassell
    Disney Theatrical Productions takes Edgar Rice Burrough's mythical ape man from the page to the stage.
  • Captain Jack Is Back : The New Voyages of Pirates of the Caribbean Jason Surrell
    Shiver me timbers ! Jack Sparrow reunites with the crew of the Black Pearl, and Elizabeth and Will are both wanted for piracy by the British Crown !
  • The Walt Disney Family Library Paula Sigman Lowery
    Preview an exciting permanent exhibit on the life and influence of Walt Disney, scheduled to open in the historic San Francisco Presidio in 2008.
  • Cars Leslie Iwerks
    In June of 2006, Cars rolls out to theaters across the country, and for the filmmakers, the journey is the destination.
  • Animation Generation : Across the Decades with Bambi Charles Solomon
    The landmark animated feature, Bambi, influences two generations of animation artists and the creation of a sequel six decades later.

    From the Vault
  • Disney Goes Wide : Lady and the Tramp Paula Sigman Lowery
    Disney cartoons go from square to rectangular as Lady and the Tramp introduces CinemaScope to animation.
  • Lost Disney : Adventure Thru Inner Space Jeff Kurtti
    Adventure Thru Inner Space may be gone, but it is certainly not forgotten, Clim aboard your "automobile" for a unique and exciting journey into the mysterious realm of the atom.
  • The Disney that Never Was : Liberty Square at Disneyland Jeff Kurtti
    Within Disneyland, Walt Disney's idealization of the American spirit is omnipresent, yet one of his longest-planned and most ambitious venerations to the Republic was never built : Disneyland's Liberty Street.
  • Walt Disney Rarities : An Inside Look Leonard Maltin
    Every Disney fan knows the animated features, the classic Mickey, Donald, and Goofy shorts, and the Silly Symphonies - but there were dozens of other animated treasures created by Disney, just collected and released on DVD.
  • Ask Dave Dave Smith
    Dave Smith, Chief Archivist at The Walt Disney Archives, answers reader's questions.

    Fond Farewells
  • A Couple of Joes Brenda Chapman and Mike Gabriel
    Their combination of humility and genius made Joe Grant and Joe Ranft more than a "couple of Joes", and two of their most grateful colleagues reflect on the loss of these animation legends.
  • Silenced Voices Jim Fanning
    Some of Disney's most beloved and legendary voice talents - Thurl Ravenscroft, John Fiedler, and Paul Winchell - left us this year, as well as important people who gave voice to Walt Disney's dreams - Fred Joerger, Bob Schiffer, Cardon Walker, and Irving Ludwig.
  • Contributors
    A roster of the world's greatest team of Disney historians, experts, and authorities, delivering the insider's perspective to all things Disney.
  • Index

Résumé de l'éditeur

This has been another exciting, entertaining, innovative, and record-breaking landmark year in the history of The Walt Disney Company - and Disney Insider Yearbook : 2005 Year in Review takes readers behind the scenes for a one-of-a-kind view of all things Disney.

In addition, the Yearbook offers exclusive previews of plans for the months to come, creating an unparalleled annual overview of Disney's entertainment universe.

From Burbank to Broadway, from the television to the bookshelf, from Disney past to Disney yet to come, to eleven Disney parks around the world - Disney Insider Yearbook : 2005 Year in Review travels all around the wonderful worlds of Disney, bringing exclusive interviews, insights, information, and illustrations in one indispensable volume created especially for the Disney fan.

A stellar assortment of Disney experts has been assembled to give readers an exclusive behind-the-scenes view of one of the most amazing years in the history of The Walt Disney Company. Film and animation experts Charles Solomon, Leonard Maltin, and Brian Sibley; Disney archivist Dave Smith; Imagineers Jason Surrell and David J. Fisher; and renowned Disney experts Rebecca Cline, Anthony Drag, Jim Fanning, Tim O'Day, Monique Peterson, and Paula Sigman have all contributed their unique and informed viewpoints to the reporting of Disney's annual activities of 2005.

Lavishly illustrated in full color with many never-before-published photos and drawings, Disney Insider Yearbook : 2005 Year in Review is an indispensable reference for Disney fans of all ages.

An entertaining, informative, and authoritative review of a remarkable year with The Walt Disney Company, a preview of the exciting months to come, and an indispensable keepsake for Disney fans of all ages !

Capture the Disney magic from this past year in a collectible 170-page yearbook. This first-edition, annual publication commemorates 2005 with beautiful full-color photos, behind-the-scenes scoop, and coverage of major events and milestones.


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