le 5 juillet 2005
Long before Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Bambi there was Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. "Walt In Wonderland" chronicles Disney's years as a director and producer of silent films.
More than 90 silent cartoons were made by Disney and his associates during the 1920's. With some 170 illustrations and a scholarly, well researched text, "Walt In Wonderland" is a superb addition to filmdom's archives and a boon for early film buffs.
In this volume that we learn how many of Disney's ongoing themes made their first appearances in these cartoons, and also find out more about the remarkably talented people that Disney brought together and nurtured.
- Gail Cooke