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(1940 - )

Walt Disney Studio

The Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California serves as the corporate headquarters for The Walt Disney Company media conglomerate.



Bibliography

Little Pig’s Picnic, and Other Stories (1939)

Ten stories based on Disney cartoons, including The Old Mill, the first to be shot on the multiplane camera.

Author(s): Margaret Wise Brown
Illustrator(s): Walt Disney Studio

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Three Orphan Kittens (1949)

Three mischievous kittens get into trouble in a house where they do not belong.

Author(s): Margaret Wise Brown
Illustrator(s): Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Bambi Plays Follow the Leader (1950)

Bambi and his friends put out an unattended campfire.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Bongo Stars Again (1950)

Bongo uses his circus acrobat skills to rescue a little chipmunk.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Bootle Beetle’s Adventures (1950)

Grandpa Bootle Beetle has an exciting encounter with giants.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Brer Rabbit Plays a Trick (1950)

Brer Fox and Brer Bear think they have Brer Rabbilt where they want him - in the pot a boiling- but they’re the ones who end up all wet.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Cinderella’s Ball Gown (1950)

The mice make Cinderella a gown for the Prince’s ball.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Donald Duck’s Wild Goose Chase (1950)

Huey, Dewey and Louie try to put one over on Unca Donald, but for once he comes out on top.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Dopey and the Wicked Witch (1950)

The six dwarves are worried when they hear that Dopey has been kidnapped by the Wicked Witch, but silence proves golden and he returns triumphant.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Dumbo’s Magic Feather (1950)

The crows give Dumbo a ‘magic’ feather to help him learn to fly - but he doesn’t really need it.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Mickey’s New Car (1950)

When Mickey’s new car won’t start, Pluto comes to the rescue.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Pablo the Penguin Takes a Trip (1950)

When Pablo and his friend the turtle take a cruise they wind up right back where they started.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Pinocchio’s Surprise (1950)

Pinocchio gets up early to prepare a birthday surprise for Geppetto.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Three Little Pigs Fool a Wolf (1950)

When a Big, Bad Wolf comes calling, the Three Little Pigs make a plan to scare him out of the woods, if not his skin.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Tiny Movie Library (1950)

Twelve tiny storybooks based on Walt Disney characters.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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