Do you think you’re the ultimate Disney fan? Or that you could win any Disney trivia night without a hesitation? There is a lot more to the life and times of Walt Disney, his movies and even to Mickey Mouse than any of us knew.
If you’re a Disney fan, it’s time to learn more about Disney with Top Disney, the book filled lists of top 10 movies, facts about how they were made, processes and more. The collection is interesting, entertaining and will not only make the perfect gift for fans of Disney but will be a book that you want to reference all the time.
Have a Disney trivia night coming? This is the perfect book to study from, to learn more information about your favorite characters, movies and a lot more. Top Disney is a book that will make your heart fill with pixie dust and happiness as you expand your Disney knowledge.
About Top Disney:
Long before David Letterman made it a nightly ritual, groupings of ten seemed to be the most common form of list making (commandments, amendments, FBI most wanted, etc.) Top 10 lists abound for everything today, from movies and music to sports and politics.
There is so much Disney history to cover, however, that it can’t be contained in one simple list, thus “The Top 100 Top Ten of Disney.”
There is not a person on Earth who hasn’t come into contact with Disney in some way. Whether seeing a Disney film, hearing a Disney song, recognizing a Disney character or visiting a Disney park, the company’s reach is global.
The Top 100 Top Ten of Disney will collect the best of the best of Disney in a book of lists.
From Walt himself and the beginning of his company, to his successors who have broadened the reach of the Disney brand well beyond where even Walt could have imagined it, this book will cover every aspect of the 93 years of history that Disney has to offer. In it you will find information on everything from Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Queen Elsa, to the billion dollar acquisitions of Marvel and Lucasfilm.
Written for casual and die-hard fans alike, The Top 100 Top Ten of Disney will revisit some familiar characters, films, songs, rides, and personalities associated with Disney but will also uncover some forgotten, obscure and overlooked parts of the company as well, such as the unlikely Disney films Victory Through Air Power (1943) and The Story of Menstruation (1946).
The book will be laid out in easy to read “bite size” pieces. It will be one of those books that the whole family can enjoy and can be picked up and referred to again and again.
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