Silly Symphonies Volume 2: The Complete Disney Classics 1935-1939 by Ted OsborneSilly Symphonies Volume 2: The Complete Disney Classics 1935-1939 by Ted Osborne

Silly Symphonies Volume 2: The Complete Disney Classics 1935-1939

byTed Osborne, Merrill DemarisIllustratorAl Taliaferro

Hardcover | January 10, 2017

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This second of four volumes presents the spectacular Sunday pages from 1935 to 1939, featuring the first comic strip adaptation of a feature-length film—Snow White…the original Donald Duck series, plus the Three Little Pigs (and the Big Bad Wolf, of course), Elmer the Elephant, Pluto, Goofy, and the Three Little Kittens. The artwork for these rare strips has come straight from the Disney vaults, each page meticulously colored using as a guide the original file copies that belonged to Walt Disney himself!
Merrill De Maris was born in New Jersey in 1898 and in addition to Silly Symphonies, wrote for the Mickey Mouse strip, and contributed gags for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and other animated films.Charles Alfred Taliaferro was born in Montrose, Colorado on August 29, 1905 and moved with his family to Glendale, California in 1918. "...
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Title:Silly Symphonies Volume 2: The Complete Disney Classics 1935-1939Format:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 12.5 × 8.88 × 0.84 inPublished:January 10, 2017Publisher:IDW PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1631408046

ISBN - 13:9781631408045

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"This is a handsome book with lots of extras to enhance the wonderful comic strips… In his informative introduction, J.B. Kaufman uses the phrase 'collected and preserved' when he describes the strips in this book and I can't think of a better way of putting it. This series, along with IDW's entire Library of American Comics line, has found lost, forgotten treasures of comic strip art, restored and collected them in beautiful hardcover books, to preserve them for future generations to read and enjoy. We're gonna need a bigger book shelf!” —Rich Clabaugh, Christian Science Monitor