Wednesday, August 31, 2016

A fascinating look into The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember.

Ever wonder what the Disney Studios looks like, and its history? Well I have a great new book from Disney Publishing, The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember. This book showcases the life on the lot, how it came to be and how it changed animation history forever. I have been very fortunate and I have visited the Walt Disney Studio lot a handful of times. 
It is one amazing place that is for sure. You can just feel the history, of all of the amazing films that were made there. Imaging waking where Walt Disney walked, were he worked, where dreamed up the classics. It is quite a spectacular place. And this new book coming out on September 6, 2016, does a great job detailing the history with wonderful pictures and stories.

The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember  By: Rebecca Cline, Steven B Clark  In 1923, two enterprising brothers named Walt and Roy Disney decided to go into the movie business together, establishing the Disney Brothers Studio in Los Angeles, California. Since then, Walt Disney Studios has released hundreds of groundbreaking and entertaining shorts and full-length feature films in both animation and live-action, garnering countless awards, accolades, and aficionados the world over. But just as Walt was never a man to rest on his laurels, the Disney Studio continues to surpass itself, innovating new technology, pioneering new techniques, and gleaning higher box-office returns with every passing decade. 


Abundantly illustrated with behind-the-scenes photographs and artwork from the studio’s ninety-plus years of productions, The Walt Disney Studios celebrates Walt Disney’s dream factory, which has always been and continues to be the heart of the Walt Disney Company. From Pinocchio and Fantasia, World War II propaganda films to the Disneyland TV show, Bedknobs and Broomsticksto Pirates of the Caribbean, some of the company’s most monumental and iconic creations have been brought to life at the Studio. So park your car in the Zorro lot, take a stroll down Mickey Avenue, and get ready for an insider tour . . . this is the Walt Disney Studios like it’s never been seen before. Ages Adult 

Did you know, there are sometimes tours of the lot for D23 members? Yes, it is true, every once in a while they offer the opportunity to purchase tour tickets for the studios, it you ever wanted to visit the lot be sure to stay on the lookout, to see if any of the D23 tours come up again, but for now be sure to check out the new book The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember. 


Buy it:  You can purchase this great book in stores and online on 9/6/16

Are you excited to read about The Walt Disney Studios lot?










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2 comments:

  1. What a fun tour! Love the 7 dwarfs gargoyles.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  2. I would love to visit Disney Studios with my family. I am sure it is so very interesting to see.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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