Signed Walt Disney Book
Copyright 1956 First Edition
Walt Disney is Without a doubt one of the most iconic figures of the 20th century, but it didn't start that way for him. At 22 years old Walt Disney was fired from one of his first animation jobs, at the Kansas City Star newspaper, for "lacking imagination and having no good ideas."
But Walt didn't let that stop him. He soon after started his own Animation Company and in 1928 created his most famous character, Mickey Mouse. In 1937 he did something unprecedented when he produced the world’s first animated feature film, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” which went on to win him an Academy award for “significant screen innovation, which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field for motion picture cartoons”.
Walt still holds the record for the most Oscars awarded to one person, now 26. Even after being turned down by over three hundred banks, his ultimate Dream to open a theme park, was realized in 1955, when he opened the world famous Disneyland in Anaheim, California. This ultimately became one of Walt Disney's biggest successes.
This unbelievable book is the incredible true story of the original dreamer himself Walt Disney by Walt’s very own daughter Diane Disney Miller. First edition, first printing from Dell Publishing Company, Copyright 1956. This vintage book is in wonderful condition for it's 59 years. This very special book has not only been personally signed by Walt Disney, in his own hand, on the third introduction page but has also been signed by his daughter Diane Disney Miller. This multi signed book would have been very hard to attain, even at the time of its release, and today these are virtually impossible to find.
Both signatures have been authenticated by third party experts from the top authenticators in the country. Notarized certificates of authenticity are included in a black leather portfolio with this item. Copies of the original authentications are kept on file with Billionaire Collectibles and can be retrieved by the original purchaser.
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