The Disney dream was born right here in Los Angeles, where Walt's animation studios brought Mickey, Snow White and myriad other memorable cartoons to life. Publisher Taschen's new tome, The Walt Disney Film Archives: The Animated Movies 1921–1968, reveals the fine art that goes into old-school animation, showcasing illustrations, sketches and insights into the creative spirit channeled by Disney and his crew. Featuring rarely seen concept art from Fantasia (1940), Cinderella (1950) and Peter Pan (1953), alongside photographs of the animators at work, these images provide a behind-the-scenes look at the crafting of these beloved cartoons.
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