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> Disney Tesori & Ricordi, Il libro "Disney Treasures" in italiano
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CITAZIONE (scrooge4 @ 7/3/2006, 0:58)
Io me lo sono fatto regalare a Natale dalla mia ragazza. E' FAVOLOSO!!!
Per chi esita ancora, non fatevi abbattere dal prezzo. i 45 E li vale proprio tutti.

Ma qualcuno sa se e quando uscirà da noi il secondo volume (quello con la copertina rossa)?

w00t.gif w00t.gif w00t.gif nemmeno io sapevo dell'esistenza di un secondo volume, pero' pensandoci in effetti mancano le altre opere successive alla sua morte... cry.gif se qualcuno sa di piu' vi prego di postare qualcosina......se è cosi' non vedo l'ora che escaaaaa clapclap.gif clapclap.gif
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CITAZIONE (scrooge4 @ 7/3/2006, 0:58)
Io me lo sono fatto regalare a Natale dalla mia ragazza. E' FAVOLOSO!!!
Per chi esita ancora, non fatevi abbattere dal prezzo. i 45 E li vale proprio tutti.

Ma qualcuno sa se e quando uscirà da noi il secondo volume (quello con la copertina rossa)?

w00t.gif w00t.gif w00t.gif nemmeno io sapevo dell'esistenza di un secondo volume, pero' pensandoci in effetti mancano le altre opere successive alla sua morte... cry.gif se qualcuno sa di piu' vi prego di postare qualcosina......se è cosi' non vedo l'ora che escaaaaa clapclap.gif clapclap.gif
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e comunque sarei curiosa di vedere questo volume con la copertina rossa che dici tu clapclap.gif clapclap.gif
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sì io l'ho visto a londra, ma era sigillato...
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CITAZIONE (minmay @ 7/3/2006, 15:13)
sì io l'ho visto a londra, ma era sigillato...

ma se cerchiamo non si puo' trovare anche una fotina rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif
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è comunque visto che il 2° volume c'è, anche da noi magari in copie limitate lo faranno uscire biggrin.gif
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anche io sapevo dell'uscita del nuovo libro:

non so in italia però happy.gif



The Disney Keepsakes begins with a focus on the main characters in their earliest films—of course it all starts with a mouse. Mickey is featured on the first two pages with a brief history of the animated cartoon and how Walt eventually began producing Mickey Mouse cartoons. Mickey's popularity is then explored, leading into a discussion of the original Mickey Mouse Club in 1929 (not the TV show, but the club originated to coordinate with the showing of Mickey's cartoons in movie theaters). This brings you to the first enclosures: a reproduction of an issue of the original Official Bulletin of the Mickey Mouse Club from 1932. This little four-page newspaper puts the “you-are-there” feeling right into your hands, as does the facsimile membership card in the vellum envelope. Numerous rare collectibles, photographs, concept sketches, posters, and final art are printed throughout the book to accompany the text.

The next spread introduces Minnie and traces her evolution from Plane Crazy in 1928 through her various incarnations and designs. The Hinged Art is a Minnie greeting card made by Hall Brothers (later Hallmark).

Next up is “Mickey Minutiae—the 1930s.” Special and historical events relating to Mickey Mouse from 1930 through 1939 are listed year by year. A vellum envelope contains a facsimile 1931 Mickey newspaper comic strip and a cardboard standee from a promotion of “Mickey Mouse Hankies.”



A brief history of Donald Duck leads off the next spread, which then focuses mainly on the creation of a series of parodies of paintings of the great masters which substitute Donald for the main character in the original painting. Done during down time by three of Disney's animators, these paintings have become famous over the years and three of them are reproduced as die-cut 3-D objects. The other enclosure is a facsimile of the 1934 Sunday color newspaper cartoon strip “Silly Symphony,” which introduced Donald to print. Also included in the same strip is a “Mickey Mouse Movies” wheel to be cut out for use with the optical toy known as a phenakistoscope.

Other two-page spreads include:

• “Mickey Coast-to-Coast,” focusing on the 1938 radio series “Mickey Mouse Theater of the Air.”

• “A Trip through the Disney Studios,” which explains how the 1941 film The Reluctant Dragon came about. The Hinged Art is a reproduction of The Bulletin, “an in-house studio newsletter for employees.”

• “Dumbo—When I See an Elephant Fly” recounts the production history of Dumbo beginning in January 1940. Artwork of Dumbo that was to have appeared on the cover of Time in December 1941, but shelved when the attack on Pearl Harbor took place, is published for the first time.

• “Good Mousekeeping” gives background regarding the series of Disney art that appeared in 125 issues of Good Housekeeping from 1934 to 1944. Enclosed in a vellum envelope are two of the pages, reproduced in full color. (Originals can be found on eBay for $5 to $10 each.).

• “Bambi—Prince of the Forest” highlights the production history of Bambi beginning in 1937 when Walt Disney purchased the rights to the story. The spread features a Hinged Portfolio with a few of the photographs by Maurice Day which were used as inspiration for the forested settings of the film. A rear pocket holds concept art—four watercolors painted by Tyrus Wong which were inspired by the photographs.

• “A Chip (and a Dale) off the Old Block,” tells the story of those rascal chipmunks who've been popular cartoon characters for over 50 years. The Hinged Art is a facsimile of a Chip an' Dale Model Sheet from 1948—a tool animators use to achieve consistency in their drawings of featured characters.

• “Music and Melody” explains how Walt came to make the films Make Mine Music and Melody Time after World War II in order to try and financially stabilize the studio. Interestingly, a segment in Make Mine Music, “The Martins and the Coys,” is prominently mentioned by the author even though it has been censored by Disney and doesn't appear on Make Mine Music's DVD release. The enclosure here is “A Peek at Walt Disney's Make Mine Music” flipbook from 1946 featuring a sequence from “Casey at the Bat” where The Mighty Casey whiffs it.

• “Fun and Fancy Free,” while discussing the background of the film, focuses on the fact that it was the final film in which Walt voiced Mickey Mouse himself—portions of Mickey's voice in the film are also voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

• “So Dear to Walt's Heart” neatly skips over the masterpiece Song of the South (the author repeats a statement that denigrates it) and goes straight to So Dear to My Heart, the 1949 film that was Disney's first full-length live action feature (except for about 15 animated minutes, according to the author). I have heard that this was Walt's own favorite of all the films he produced, but unfortunately it has fallen out of print on VHS tape and has not been released in the United States on DVD (it is available on DVD overseas). While there are no enclosures on this page, three rare pieces of concept art for the film by Mary Blair are pictured.

• “Adventures with Mr. Toad” sets the reader off on the long and bumpy story of that madcap Thaddeus J. Toad's 1949 cinematic debut, only six years before appearing in the Mr. Toad's Wild Ride attraction at the newly opened Disneyland. The large vellum envelope on this page contains a full-color reproduction of what is known as a “fan card.” These were sent out by the studio to fans who wrote letters to Walt Disney.

• “Alice in Wonderland—Curiouser and Curiouser.” Curious, indeed (I'll get to why in a moment). The author explains some of the problems in translating the Lewis Carroll stories to the screen and some of Mary Blair's concept art is shown. The covers for two Alice-related books are reproduced on an enormous flap: a 1951 punch-out book published by Whitman and a later comic book. The enclosure is a promotional booklet, Alice's Magic Wonderbook, published in Great Britain for the 1969 re-release of the film. Now we get to the curious part. The enclosed Wonderbook is a self-performing gimmicked booklet that has eight pages, however only pages 1 to 4 are easily found. There is a trick to finding pages 5 and 6, and another trick to finding 7 and 8. While the publisher has reproduced the printed item exactly, and also die cut it, it has not been assembled! If you look at it now it makes no sense, with pieces of pages printed on other pages. At the end of this article I'll explain exactly how to assemble and use this fun artifact.

• “Off to Never Land” reflects on the failure of Alice in Wonderland and Walt's attempts to get back on track with Peter Pan in 1953. The enclosures in the vellum envelope on these pages are among the true treasures of the book: four different pre-production character sketches for Tinker Bell (possibly Marc Davis artwork, but he's not credited) and a facsimile of five pages of Walt's own handwritten notes on the film.



“A New Dimension in Animation” investigates Walt Disney's early forays into 3-D in 1953 with the cartoons Adventures in Music: Melody and Working for Peanuts. While Walt abandoned the 3-D process for theatrical releases, he brought it to Disneyland only a few years later when the Mickey Mouse Club Theater 3-D Jamboree opened in Fantasyland (and recycled both 3-D cartoons with new footage added). A large flap on this page reproduces the original Disneyland poster for 3-D Jamboree on one side; the other side is an ad for the first cartoon produced in Cinemascope, Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (a “flat” cartoon which had originally been planned as 3-D). The enclosures are the covers of two 3-D comic books and a pair of red/blue 3-D glasses.



A Whale of a Tale” touches on the production of what many perceive as Walt Disney's greatest live action film alongside Mary Poppins, 1954's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The author explains the trouble Disney had in coming up with a workable design for the submarine Nautilus until Harper Goff created the classic design that satisfied Walt (all this while churning out concept sketches for the soon-to-open Disneyland). The vellum envelope on this page holds two enclosures that will please Nautilus lovers: a blueprint and a concept sketch showing the location of the interior rooms.

• “A Disney Menagerie” focuses on the feline star of Disney's That Darn Cat in 1965, the Siamese cat Syn. The Hinged Art on this page does not appear to be a reproduction of anything previously produced—it's a multiple-panel foldout of Disney's nine “PATSY” award-winning animal actors (chosen by the American Humane Association).

• “From All of Us, to All of You” is a brief history of the Walt Disney Studio in-house Christmas cards. The tradition started in 1931 with scenes of Disney characters in winter/Christmas settings. The Hinged Art is a full-size reproduction of a 1949 studio Christmas card with a lovely John Hench illustration of Cinderella's coach and her Fairy Godmother inside.



• “Disneyland – 1955-1959” gives a year-by-year synopsis of the expansion of the park. Greatly sought-after early ephemera is pictured. The pocketed enclosure is a facsimile of the page containing the text for the plaque (which resides above the entrance to the tunnel that runs under the train station) that was to be dedicated on opening day. Walt's handwritten corrections show how he changed the text and indicated exactly where the plaque was to be placed.

• “People and Places” is the title of a series of 17 films Disney made beginning in 1953 and running over the next eight years. Each film deals with a specific location, such as Alaska or Switzerland, and the people in it. Although several won Oscars, as the author notes, the films have been “unseen in decades.” It doesn't appear that there's much chance of anyone seeing them now or in the near future, so they are an odd choice for inclusion in the book. I suspect they're here because of the enclosure in the vellum envelope: a reproduction of the poster for Disneyland U.S.A., one of the films in the series.

And so the book continues, with additional pages on Noah's Ark, 101 Dalmatians, “Disneyland–1960-1965” (which has Walt's hand-drawn map for “Nature's Wonderland” as the Hinged Art), Sword in the Stone, and The Jungle Book. The book concludes with “After Walt,” detailing some of the projects which were started by Walt and completed after his death. One of these is Walt Disney World, and the final facsimile in the book is a removable snapshot, held in place by old-fashioned photo corners, of Walt Disney standing in a swampy area of Orlando, map in hand.



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bew sei grandiosoooooooo, che meraviglia ragazzi, io vorrei apsettare perchè è probabile un uscita in italia....grazie ancora per la descrizipne perfetta, ma questo è tuo no? biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
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CITAZIONE (belle @ 7/3/2006, 15:22)
bew sei grandiosoooooooo, che meraviglia ragazzi, io vorrei apsettare perchè è probabile un uscita in italia....grazie ancora per la descrizipne perfetta, ma questo è tuo no? biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

figurati! Comunque non è mio laugh.gif
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CITAZIONE (Bewitched @ 7/3/2006, 15:33)
CITAZIONE (belle @ 7/3/2006, 15:22)
bew sei grandiosoooooooo, che meraviglia ragazzi, io vorrei apsettare perchè è probabile un uscita in italia....grazie ancora per la descrizipne perfetta, ma questo è tuo no? biggrin.gif  biggrin.gif

figurati! Comunque non è mio laugh.gif

ecco ma mi hai fatto venir voglia di prenderlo subito laugh.gif comunque io aspetto magari qualcuno tipo nunval ci dice che arriverà presto anche da noi rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif grazie ancora bew wub.gif Saluto.gif
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che meravigliaaaaaaaaa w00t.gif w00t.gif w00t.gif parla di tutti i classici sul quae il primo volume non si era soffermato w00t.gif ha un nome diverso....keepsakes rolleyes.gif

cmq pochè l'uscita non è in mano alla bv ma alla white star allora l'uscita in italia è sicura wub.gif

ma sapete se è previsto anche un terzo volume? wub.gif

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CITAZIONE (belle @ 7/3/2006, 15:36)
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CITAZIONE (belle @ 7/3/2006, 15:22)
bew sei grandiosoooooooo, che meraviglia ragazzi, io vorrei apsettare perchè è probabile un uscita in italia....grazie ancora per la descrizipne perfetta, ma questo è tuo no? biggrin.gif  biggrin.gif

figurati! Comunque non è mio laugh.gif

ecco ma mi hai fatto venir voglia di prenderlo subito laugh.gif comunque io aspetto magari qualcuno tipo nunval ci dice che arriverà presto anche da noi rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif grazie ancora bew wub.gif Saluto.gif

w00t.gif w00t.gif w00t.gif ma che meraviglia!!! speriamo esca anche in Italia, già il primo volume è meraviglioso e pure questo... wub.gif wub.gif wub.gif

rolleyes.gif speriamo...
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Davvero bellissimo!!! wub.gif

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rolleyes.gif speriamo...

Sì secondo me uscirà... della White star mi fido... happy.gif


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rolleyes.gif speriamo...

Sì secondo me uscirà... della White star mi fido... happy.gif

idem wink.gif
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CITAZIONE (GasGas @ 7/3/2006, 17:08)
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rolleyes.gif speriamo...

Sì secondo me uscirà... della White star mi fido... happy.gif

idem wink.gif

Hanno curato una splendida edizione italiana del primo, proseguiranno anche con il secondo. laugh.gif

Ma perchè non è la White Star a distribuire i DVD Disney?!? cry.gif


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bhe se vi fidate voi, io vi seguo... wub.gif wub.gif clapclap.gif clapclap.gif
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CITAZIONE (Franz @ 7/3/2006, 17:38)
Ma perchè non è la White Star a distribuire i DVD Disney?!? cry.gif

quello che mi chiedo anche io cry.gif
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Bello cavolo! Io ancora devo prendere il primo ma credo che lo farò molto presto.
Visto gli argomenti trattati nel secondo volume non pensate che ci sarà anche un terzo? (Sbaglio o non copre ancora tutta la storia Disney?). rolleyes.gif
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CITAZIONE (DAN @ 8/3/2006, 20:26)
Bello cavolo! Io ancora devo prendere il primo ma credo che lo farò molto presto.
Visto gli argomenti trattati nel secondo volume non pensate che ci sarà anche un terzo? (Sbaglio o non copre ancora tutta la storia Disney?). rolleyes.gif

Beh finisce con il capitolo "After Walt"... praticamente ha trattato tutti i Classici fino a "Il libro della giungla"... happy.gif

Forse ci sarà un terzo volume con i successivi Classici e altre chicche... rolleyes.gif


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CITAZIONE (Bewitched @ 7/3/2006, 15:18)

Chissà come lo tradurranno da noi? "Keepsakes" significa oggetti ricordo, pegni... rolleyes.gif

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CITAZIONE (Albe @ 8/3/2006, 20:36)
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Chissà come lo tradurranno da noi? "Keepsakes" significa oggetti ricordo, pegni... rolleyes.gif

allora ho sbagliato io tongue.gif il titolo è lo stesso del primo volume e in italia è gia tradotto in tesori e ricordi wink.gif
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