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The "E" Ticket | No. 36, Fall 2001

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: Author Ray Bradbury recalls meetings with Walt, and Imagineer Bob Gurr on optimizing Disneyland’s Monorail.

The "E" Ticket | No. 37, Spring 2002

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: Bob Jones and 1940s Disneyland, a trip to Tom Sawyer’s Island, and Santa Monica’s Pacific Ocean Park.

The "E" Ticket | No. 38, Fall 2002

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: Imagineer Rolly Crump’s memories, the colorful Mary Blair, and it’s a small world.

The "E" Ticket | No. 39, Spring 2003

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: A complete history of Adventureland and Michael Broggie discusses one of Walt Disney’s favorite hobbies.

The "E" Ticket | No. 40, Fall 2003

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: Adventure Thru Inner Space, a tour of Disneyana seeker Richard Kraft’s home, and a look back at a previous meeting with Bob Linkletter,

The "E" Ticket | No. 41, Fall 2004

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: An interview with Diane Disney Miller, remembering Leon Janzen, Ken Anderson’s “Ghost House” becomes The Haunted Mansion.

The "E" Ticket | No. 42, Spring 2005

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: A celebration of Disneyland’s 50th anniversary, an interview with ride operator Bob Penfield, changing of attractions and land themes, and a feature on the Matterhorn bobsleds, submarine ride, and Monorail.

The "E" Ticket | No. 43, Fall 2005

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: Former Executive Vice President Ron Dominguez recalls his time at Disneyland, and Frontierland’s Pack Mules Through Nature’s Wonderland.

The "E" Ticket | No. 44, Summer 2006

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: A tribute to model-making Imagineer Fred Joerger and a look inside WED Enterprises’ model shop with Imagineer Harriet Burns.

The "E" Ticket | No. 45, Summer 2007

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: Costume design with Alice Davis, Tomorrowland’s Clock of the World, and treasure hunt for the art of the Pirates of the Caribbean.

An Animator's Gallery: Eric Goldberg Draws the Disney Characters

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Written by David A. Bossert and illustrated by Disney Supervising Animator and Director Eric Goldberg, this art book features drawings of classic and contemporary Walt Disney characters, bringing together a collection of pieces originally displayed within the Roy E. Disney Animation Building in Burbank, California. Take home this collection of Eric’s caricature illustrations featuring timeless characters from Oswald the Luck Rabbit to Olaf from Frozen.

The "E" Ticket | No. 46, Summer 2009

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Revisit your favorite rides and relive the magic of Disneyland through The “E” Ticket magazine: a publication devoted to collecting theme park memories and providing detailed histories of attractions at Walt’s Magic Kingdom. Named after the coveted “E ticket” at the park, this magazine ran for 17 years before the last issue, number 46, was published in the summer of 2009.

In addition to CD-ROMs containing coveted back issues of the magazines, select single, mint-condition issues of The “E” Ticket magazine are now available for purchase and are exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

In this issue: An in-depth interview with Imagineer Tony Baxter and a detailed exploration of Disneyland’s Indiana Jones Adventure.

The Fairest One of All

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By JB Kaufman, The Fairest One of All is an in depth documentation of the making of Walt Disney's first feature-length animated film: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This book—which includes never-before-published facts and art—won the award for Best Animation Book at the 2012 A113 Animation Awards

The Lost Notebook: Herman Schultheis and the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic

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By John Canemaker, this compelling book provides a behind-the-scenes look into the technological and artistic ingenuity of early Disney films. The actual notebook compiled by studio technician Herman Schultheis remains on display at The Walt Disney Family Museum behind glass for preservation. However, The Lost Notebook serves as part annotated facsimile, part biography of Schultheis and gives insight into this fascinating man. Foreword by Pete Docter.

The Great Locomotive Chase Commemorative Set By Lowell Smith

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The Great Locomotive Chase Commemorative Set includes: Working N scale models of, "The Texas and The General" engines, art image and collectors pin along with a Certificate of Authenticity. This limited edition set was produced exclusively for The Walt Disney Family Museum by Lowell Smith.

The Nine Old Men: Lessons, Techniques, and Inspiration from Disney’s Great Animators

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Master animator and Disney Legend Andreas Deja provides an in-depth look into the work of Walt Disney’s “Nine Old Men.” As an apprentice to these legendary animators, Andreas imparts an analysis on each of their individual skills and techniques. This book includes rare drawings pulled from the Disney archives—some never seen before by the public—and provides first-hand commentary on the history of Disney animation through some of its most acclaimed animators.

Tyrus Wong Moleskine Notebook

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Tyrus Wong's Boy Flying Kite (watercolor, ca. 1968). 

This pocket, plain paper, Moleskine notebook is flexible and sturdy, making it the perfect travel companion. Thread bound with a soft cover with rounded corners, acid-free paper, bookmark ribbon, elastic closure, and an expandable inner pocket. This product is exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

Walt Disney Boxed Notecards

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Black and white vintage photographic images of Walt Disney

Blank inside; Walt Disney quotation on the back. 4 images (4 of each); 16 envelopes. Boxed 5.75 x 7.75

This product is exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum

Walt: The Man Behind the Myth DVD (Blu-ray)

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Walt: The Man Behind the Myth
Remastered in High-Definition and Now Available on Blu-ray

From Mickey Mouse to Mary Poppins to Disneyland and beyond, Walt Disney touched the hearts of millions with his special brand of magic. Inspired by daughter Diane Disney Miller and hosted by Disney Legend Dick Van Dyke, the film features interviews with friends, family, collaborators, and experts, plus home movies. Through good times and bad, including deep financial problems during World War II, Walt remained a driven innovator and perfectionist at the Studios and a devoted family man at home. Walt: The Man Behind the Myth offers an intimate look at a man whose legacy continues to inspire the world.

See Walt: The Man Behind the Myth now remastered in high-definition and available as standard and Blu-ray DVD.

Awaking Beauty: The Art of Eyvind Earle

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Awaking Beauty: The Art of Eyvind Earle is the companion catalog to The Walt Disney Family Museum's special exhibition celebrating the life and work of artist Eyvind Earle. Earle is best known for his bold use of color, unique style of painting, and artistic contributions to several Walt Disney productions.

Explore Earle’s prolific career, ranging from intricate thumbnail concept paintings for Lady and the Tramp to evocative large-scale background concept artworks for Sleeping Beauty. Beyond his work at The Walt Disney Studios, Earle’s distinctive style and interpretation of iconic American landscapes as a fine artist and printmaker have inspired generations of artists and designers. This comprehensive catalog features original artworks from the full spectrum of Earle’s dynamic career, including unique scratchboards, rare examples of his sculpture, companion poetry, and commercial illustrations.