Walt Disney and the Facsimile of Reality

Walt Disney and the Facsimile of Reality

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by J. Richard Singleton
     
 

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An essay detailing the benefits and drawbacks of Walt Disney's affect on animation, and childrens' fiction and cinema. The author outlines how Disney the man and the corporation revolutionalized childrens' entertainment and animation, with the unexpected drawback of wounding traditional folk tales and mass-marketing childhood to create a shared

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An essay detailing the benefits and drawbacks of Walt Disney's affect on animation, and childrens' fiction and cinema. The author outlines how Disney the man and the corporation revolutionalized childrens' entertainment and animation, with the unexpected drawback of wounding traditional folk tales and mass-marketing childhood to create a shared experience as consumers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044999114
Publisher:
J. Richard Singleton
Publication date:
02/27/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
87 KB

Meet the Author

Author, photographer, filmmaker, typer of biographies, J. Richard Singleton has established himself as one of the great thinkers of his but none other's time. In high school, he wrote a little screenplay (okay, it's 134 pages), "Thugs," which was recently declared a finalist in the WriteAmerica.com screenwriting contest. And, of course, he's had numerous irate letters published in The Los Angeles Times. When he isn't writing screenplays, novels and essays, he enjoys drinking whisky and shooting at stray dogs that come onto his property.


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Walt Disney and the Facsimile of Reality 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walt Disney truly bridged the gap between art and commerce, for better and worse. What's amazing is how much childhood has changed over the years. JRS does an interesting job that's fair and balanced, offering Disney's credits while also mentioning his faults.