- Jeff Pepper from 2719 Hyperion shares another great Lost Imagineering item. Read Jeff’s review of Melody Time. You will want to get a copy of this film!.
- Hans Perk at A Film L.A. posts a great shot of The Commissary from the 1940’s–and a menu!
- Josh at The Disney Frontier Blog links to a home made video of One Man’s Dream at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
- Jason at Disneyland Nomenclature shares his experience meeting Bruce Gordon and Dave Mumford, authors of The Nickel Tour.
- The Ghost Relations Dept. posts concept art of the Bride from Marc Davis.
- Major Pepperidge shares two photos of the treehouse on Tom Sawyer’s Island. He also takes us on a trip to the 1094 NY World’s Fair. Progressland, anyone?
- Kevin Kidney shares a cut-out project that he and Jody Daily worked on. Makes sure to check out the photo of Bill Justice and X. Atencio.
- Matterhorn at Stuff From the Park has a great picture of the Walt Disney Studio in Burbank.
- Acme Girl at Toons ‘n’ Tunes posts a fairly comprehensive link collection about Goofy!
- Vintage Disneyland Tickets shares a scan of a 1963 Kodak Guide to Disneyland. With picture spots!
- Bob Cowan presents some great squatch and stretch sketches from Mickey’s Rival.
- Chris Jepsen at OC History Roundup shares some shots from the dedication of Ollie Johnston’s Stationhouse at the Carolwood-Pacific Society in Griffith Park.
- FoxxFur from Passport to Dreams presents another park mystery.
- Rob from Animation Backgrounds posts several images from Mulan.
- Andy from the Backside of Water shares a detail he spotted in the World Plaza Showcase store.
- Ed from the Blog Wore Tennis Shoes takes a look at Bill Peet’s autobiography.
- Michael Sporn posts some amazing drawings and sketches by Bill Peet during the development of The Sword In the Stone.
- Jack Spence from The World According to Jack spent some time at Hong Kong Disneyland. He shares a lot of amazing pictures.
Strange (but amazing) link of the week:
- Animators Can’t Jump! Jenny Lerew from Black Wing Diaries posts a video from 1980. Ron Miller (and The Producers) vs Tim Burton (and the Animators). You won’t believe your eyes!
Book of the Week: Dream Worlds: Production Design for Animation by Hans Bacher
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