Walt Disney and the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair Andrew kiste 2019-04 Disney's World's Fair For the 1964-65 New York World's Fair, the Disney company designed four paviliions, which later they reimagined for Disneyland. In this first volume of a definitive series, historian Andrew Kiste presents the story of the first of these pavilions: Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. Two score and fifteen years ago, Walt Disney took an opportunity to bring his unique style of entertainment to the 1964-65 New York World's Fair in Flushing Meadow. Initially using the fair as an opportunity to determine the level of interest in his theme-park attractions with the "more sophisticated tastes" of those east of the Mississippi River, he quickly realized the opportunity that partnering with the fair would give him in raising funds for new technology to be used at Disneyland in California. After visiting Walt in California, Robert Moses, the president of the New York World's Fair Corporation, was fascinated with WED Enterprises' new audio-animatronic figure of Abraham Lincoln, demanding it be included in his fair. WED quickly established a relationship with the State of Illinois to develop an attraction for its World's Fair pavilion. However, the use of an animatronic Lincoln, only one hundred years after his death, was fraught with controversy, technological setbacks, and procrastination by the Illinois Commission on the New York World's Fair. Andrew Kiste examines the never-before-told story of the relationship between Walt Disney, WED Enterprises, and the State of Illinois, as together they developed "Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln" for the Illinois Pavilion at the New York World's Fair of 1964-1965. Drawn extensively from archival documents discovered in the Illinois State Archives, as well as first-hand interviews with employees of the Illinois "Land of Lincoln" Pavilion at the Fair, Kiste brings the fascinating story of Disney's development of attractions for the Fair to life for the first time.
The Pearl Trilogy Arianne Richmonde 2013-04-22 Documentary producer Pearl Robinson has not had a date for over two years. When she hears about Alexandre Chevalier, a young French, Internet billionaire, she assumes he is a nerd. But when she bumps into him face to face, she's stunned by his charm, beauty and sophistication, and startled by her strong feelings and desire for a man fifteen years her junior. His looks, wealth and worldwide triumph with his social media site, HookedUp, means he can get any woman he chooses, but there is something about Pearl he finds irresistible.... The couple begins a passionate affair and Pearl's body is awakened in ways she never imagined possible. She is consumed by him and his magical touch. But secrets, jealous family members and other external forces are threatening to pull them apart.
The Sword of Cortes Rob Kidd 2008 Jack Sparrow has now gotten everything that he needs in order to use the all-powerful Sword of Cortâes, but he must still figure out how to master the Sword, get rid of the ghost of its former owner, and save his stranded crew.
A Historical Tour of Walt Disney World Andrew Kiste 2016 "In A Historical Tour of Walt Disney World, Andrew Kiste not only pulls back the pixie dust curtain on some of the most iconic rides in the Magic Kingdom, but also pulls back the next curtain, revealing the historical and cultural influences that inspired Walt Disney and his Imagineers. Did you ever wonder why Walt wanted a Jungle Cruise? Or how closely his pirates were based on real pirates? Or why the original conception for Tomorrowland didn't work out? Or how the Crystal Palace is really the work of a forgotten Victorian architect? Learn the history BEHIND the history of such popular Magic Kingdom locations and attractions as: Main Street, U.S.A. -- Jungle Cruise -- Pirates of the Caribbean -- Crystal Palace -- Tomorrowland. Find out where the Imagineers got THEIR ideas!" -- Amazon.com
The Timekeeper Rob Kidd 2008 Meet Jack Sparrow and his young pirate friends as they embark on a thrilling journey on the high seas. Their goal: to locate and procure the legendary Sword of Cortés, which will grant them unimaginable power. Time is about to go all funny for Jack Sparrow and his faithful crew. Fitzwilliam P. Dalton III's beloved timepiece has always been valuable to him. But it has suddenly become valuable to a lot more people--including some of the Barnacle's crew's worst enemies! It turns out that Fitz's timepiece is not only a clock, but an unbelievably powerful tool that can stop time itself. It's up to Jack and his crew to find a way to keep the timepiece out of the hands of their dangerous adversaries. Spotlight is a division of ABDO and features licensed editions of popular fiction printed and bound specifically for the library market. Each Spotlight book is printed on the highest quality paper with reinforced library bindings.
Sight and Sound 2006
The Disney Book Jim Fanning 2015-10-06 Celebrate movie history and the world of Disney, from the animations and live action movies to the magical Disney parks and attractions, with The Disney Book. Go behind-the-scenes of Disney's best-loved animated movies and find out how they were made, follow Disney's entire history using the timeline, and marvel at beautiful concept art and story sketches. Perfect for Disney fans who want to know everything about the magical Disney world, The Disney Book delves into their incredible archives and lets readers explore classic Disney animated and live action movies, wonder at fascinating Disney collectibles and even see original story sketches from Disney films. The ideal gift for Disney fans and animation and movie buffs, The Disney Book also includes 3 original movie frames from Disney Pixar's Brave. Copyright © 2015 Disney.
Behind the Ride David Mumpower 2019-08 Behind the Pixie Dust Curtain Every Disney attraction comes with a story, and every story involves a few tricks of the trade that only Imagineers know. Here's your chance to peek behind the curtain and learn some of the secrets about thirty of the most popular Disney theme park rides. David Mumpower takes you behind-the-scenes at Disneyland and Walt Disney World to reveal the inner workings of your favorite attractions. He'll explain why Walt Disney chose many of these rides, and he'll describe the challenges that Imagineers faced in doing the impossible by bringing them to life. Mumpower begins with the story of how a Russian monarch's love of sledding indirectly led to the invention of the modern roller coaster. Then, he details the physical and thematic obstacles that Imagineers overcame to build iconic attractions like Pirates of the Caribbean, Space Mountain, and Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. Of course, some of the best Disney rides are more recent. Mumpower also examines the difficulties in developing cutting-edge attractions like Avatar Flight of Passage, Radiator Springs Racers, and Slinky Dog Dash. Mumpower covers opening day rides still in operation today as well as some of the most recent additions to the vaunted Disney theme park lineup. He discusses all of these ride experiences plus the tricks that make them possible--and magical. If you've ever gotten off a Disney ride and wondered how they did it, or if you're the type of fan who'd rather examine an attraction than experience it, or maybe you'd like to be an Imagineer yourself someday, this is the book you've been waiting for.
Pirates of the Caribbean Jacqueline Ching 2007-07-31 Join Jack Sparrow, Elizabeth Swann, Will Turner and the rest of the swashbuckling gang in these all-new stories based on the successful Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise. Geared toward readers ages 5-7, these full-color, illustrated readers will tell all-new tales about life and adventure on the Seven Seas. Each reader is 32 pages, approximately 500 words.
Disney's Princess Collection - Complete (Songbook) Hal Leonard Corp. 2002-04-01 (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). All 26 tunes from Disney's two previous Princess Collections, which feature "the music of hopes, dreams and happy endings" as sung by the heroines of favorite Disney films. Includes: Belle * Colors of the Wind * A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes * Kiss the Girl * Some Day My Prince Will Come * A Whole New World.
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Priates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Captain Jack's Tale Tennant Redbank 2006-12-26 Stories are whispered of a mysterious ship with black sails and the ruthless pirate who captains it--Barbossa. Feared among pirates and sailors alike, Barbossa and his crew are said to be cursed. Elizabeth Swann isn't afraid of pirates, that is, until she is kidnapped and taken aboard the Black Pearl. Now Will Turner must turn to Captain Jack Sparrow to rescue the girl he loves from the evil clutches of Barbossa and the crew of the Black Pearl./DIV DIVThis early reader is ideal for young fans of the Pirates franchise, bringing the action of the first film to life through full-color movie stills and easy-to-read text.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Silver - Jack Sparrow #6 Rob Kidd 2007-02-01 When Tumen and Jean overhear talk of hidden silver, Jack decides that they must seek it out. It might not be gold, but it sure beats bronze. But the Silver they find is not the silver they were expecting. They’ve gotten themselves in trouble again, this time with a brutal pirate named Long John.
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Black Pearl - A Pop-Up Pirate Ship Disney Book Group 2007-05-15 The Black Pearl unfolds into a three-dimensional pop-up in this novelty title for kids 4-8. Press-out sheets supply the kids with their favorite characters from the films so they can re-live all their favorite scenes aboard the cursed ship. All the artwork will be done in an appealing, animated style kids will love.
Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean Irene Trimble 2003 Captain Jack Sparrow is on a quest to find the Dead Man's Chest, and the still-beating heart that lies inside. If he can find it, he will be able to escape a terrible bargain he made with Davy Jones thirteen years ago. As time runs out, Jack will need the help of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann to keep his freedom. With a full-color, eight-page insert of images from the movie, this junior novel tells the complete story of the popular Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest feature film.
The Siren Song Rob Kidd 2008 Still on a mission to find the legendary Sword of Cortâes, the crew of the Barnacle becomes entranced by an ethereal song that pulls them away from their mission, leaving Captain Jack Sparrow to find the source behind the dark spell.
On Stranger Tides Tim Powers 2011-04-26 “Powers writes action and adventure that Indiana Jones could only dream of.” —Washington Post “Tim Powers is a brilliant writer.” —William Gibson The remarkable Tim Powers—who ingeniously married the John Le Carrè spy novel to the otherworldly in his critically acclaimed Declare—brings us pirate adventure with a dazzling difference. On Stranger Tides features Blackbeard, ghosts, voodoo, zombies, the fable Fountain of Youth…and more swashbuckling action than you could shake a cutlass at, as reluctant buccaneer John Shandy braves all manner of peril, natural and supernatural, to rescue his ensorcelled love. Nominated for the Locus and World Fantasy Awards, On Stranger Tides is the book that inspired the motion picture Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides—non-stop, breathtaking fiction from the genius imagination that conceived Last Call, Expiration Date, and Three Days to Never.
Silver Rob Kidd 2008-07 Meet Jack Sparrow and his young pirate friends as they embark on a thrilling journey on the high seas. Their goal: to locate and procure the legendary Sword of Cortés, which will grant them unimaginable power. When Tumen and Jean overhear talk of hidden silver, Jack decides that they must seek it out. It might not be gold, but it sure beats bronze. But the Silver they find is not the silver they were expecting. They've gotten themselves in trouble again, this time with a brutal pirate named Long John. Spotlight is a division of ABDO and features licensed editions of popular fiction printed and bound specifically for the library market. Each Spotlight book is printed on the highest quality paper with reinforced library bindings.
Famous Movie Pirates Paper Dolls Tom Tierney 2009-06-22 Sixteen colorful dolls with dashing costumes represent swashbuckling characters from famous pirate films, including Errol Flynn in Captain Blood, Geena Davis in Cutthroat Island, plus other stars from today's biggest seaworthy hits.
Disney A to Z Dave Smith 1996 Includes full descriptions of all Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Pluto, and Goofy cartoons; the story of Mickey's birth; the Disney Channel Premiere films and Disney television shows; the Disney parks; Disney Academy Awards and Emmy Awards; the Mouseketeers throughout the years; and details of Disney company personnel and primary actors.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest - The Movie Storybook Catherine McCafferty 2006-05-22 Ahoy, mates! Everyone’s favorite pirates are back in full-color in the Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man’s Chest: The Movie Storybook. Follow along as Jack Sparrow and his crew face a new threat on the high seas in this exciting adaptation of the movie, jam-packed with photographs from the film. No fan will want to be caught without a copy!
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - The Mystic's Journey T. T. Sutherland 2007-04-10 Captain Jack Sparrow is back in his last great adventure! The Brethren Court--which includes some of the high seas most notorious pirates--has called a special meeting. Now Captain Jack and his friends must figure out a way to survive the meeting and find a way to keep the seas free for all pirates. The Pirates of the Caribbean 3: Brethren Court Early Reader allows young pirates a chance to re-live all the action through simple text and stills from the hit movie.
Digital Storytelling 4e Carolyn Handler Miller 2019-11-04 This fourth edition of Digital Storytelling: A creator's guide to interactive entertainment dives deeply into the world of interactive storytelling, a form of storytelling made possible by digital media. Carolyn Handler Miller covers both the basics – character development, structure and the use of interactivity – and the more advanced topics, such as AI (Artificial Intelligence), narratives using AR and VR, and Social Media storytelling. The fourth edition also includes a greatly expanded section on immersive media, with chapters on the exciting new world of the world of XR (AR, VR, and mixed reality), plus immersion via large screens, escape rooms and new kinds of theme park experiences. This edition covers all viable forms of New Media, from video games to interactive documentaries. With numerous case studies that delve into the processes and challenges of developing works of interactive narrative, this new edition illustrates the creative possibilities of digital storytelling. The book goes beyond using digital media for entertainment and covers its employment for education, training, information and promotion, featuring interviews with some of the industry’s biggest names. Key Features: A large new section covering various forms of immersive media, including VR, AR and Mixed Reality Breakthroughs in interactive TV and Cinema The use of VR, AR and mixed reality in gaming New forms of voice-enabled storytelling and gaming Stories told via mobile apps and social media Developing Digital Storytelling for different types of audiences
Disney Pirates: The Definitive Collector s Anthology Michael Singer 2017-04-11 "You believe in pirates, of course?" Walt Disney once asked on a Disneyland television program. . . . Disney Pirates: The Definitive Collector's Anthology delves behind-the-scenes across ninety years of Disney film, television, and park history. Pirates have captured people's imaginations for centuries, and Walt Disney believed in pirates as a source of great popular entertainment. Walt's very first all live-action feature film was based upon Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island, and even before that, he selected J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan, in which pirates figure so prominently, as a key feature-length animated film for his studio. Years later, Pirates of the Caribbean opened in Disneyland just months after Walt had passed away, making it one of the last Disney theme park attractions in which he was personally involved. That attraction ultimately spawned similar versions at Disney parks around the world, one of the most successful series in motion picture history with the five Pirates of the Caribbean films, and a vast themed land at Shanghai Disneyland called Treasure Cove--celebrating the entirety of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.
Pirates of the Caribbean: From the Magic Kindom to the Movies Jason Surrell 2006-11-01 Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most popular and beloved attractions in Disney theme park history, and can be found in each Magic Kingdom Park around the globe. Pirates of the Caribbean: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies will illustrate how the scalawags and buccaneers made the voyage from sketches to reality, evolving from early story concepts to adaptations and changes as it moved into each of the parks around the four corners of the world, to the very latest ideas for show enhancement. The second part of the book takes a virtual tour through the attraction, using the original Disneyland version as the “home port” and then traveling through the differences and additions of the attraction at all the other theme parks. The third part of the book chronicles this classic theme park attraction’s translation (back) into the motion picture that launched a franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, including an exclusive look at the earliest story concepts, shooting on location in the Caribbean and on Disney Studio soundstages, the birth of the cursed buccaneers inside a computer at ILM, the birth of teen idols in Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley, and Johnny Depp’s triumphant Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. Now a fourth section showcases the theme park attraction addition of Audio-Animatronics Jack Sparrow and Barbossa, and has many more, all new images from Pirates of the Caribbean; Dead Man’s Chest.
City of Gold Rob Kidd 2008 Meet Jack Sparrow and his young pirate friends as they embark on a thrilling journey on the high seas. Their goal: to locate and procure the legendary Sword of Cortés, which will grant them unimaginable power. Jack and his crew return to New Orleans to find the entire city covered in precious metal--and ruled over by the nefarious Madamme Minuit. Can the combined crews of the Barnacle and the Fleur de la Mort defeat Madamme Minuit and her powerful allies? Spotlight is a division of ABDO and features licensed editions of popular fiction printed and bound specifically for the library market. Each Spotlight book is printed on the highest quality paper with reinforced library bindings.
Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates Howard Pyle 1921 Stories and descriptions of famous pirates and buccaneers.
The Coming Storm Rob Kidd 2008 Teenage stowaway Jack Sparrow and his band of hoodlums are on a mission to find the legendary Sword of Cortâes which will grant them unimaginable power, but first they have to survive the power of the sea, vicious pirates, and ancient curses.
Buried in a Good Book Tamara Berry 2022-05-24 "A mystery writer finds solace and murder in rural Oregon...Whimsy meets woodsy"— Kirkus Reviews Don't miss the first book in a brand-new gripping and hilarious bookish cozy mystery series by author Tamara Berry! Bestselling thriller writer Tess Harrow is almost at the end of her rope when she arrives with her teenage daughter at her grandfather's rustic cabin in the woods. She hopes this will be a time for them to heal and bond after Tess's recent divorce, but they've barely made it through the door when an explosion shakes the cabin. Suddenly it's raining fish guts and...is that a human arm? Tess was hardly convincing Gertie that a summer without Wi-Fi and running water would be an adventure. Now she's thrust into a murder investigation, neighbors are saying they've spotted Bigfoot in the woods near her cabin, and the local sheriff is the spitting image of her character Detective Gabriel Gonzales—something he's less than thrilled about. With so much more than her daughter's summer plans at stake, it's up to Tess to solve this case before anyone else gets hurt. Put your sleuthing hat on—Buried in a Good Book features: A thriller writer who knows way more than anyone should about death and dismemberment Her young daughter who's more intrigued by dead bodies than she probably should be An isolated cabin in the woods that's probably—definitely—hiding something The tiny mountain town that seems less than troubled by a sudden abundance of murders
The Respondent Greg Ellis 2021-06-22 With The Respondent: Exposing the Cartel of Family Law, Hollywood veteran Greg Ellis delivers a gripping, unvarnished first-person account of family breakdown and the social, political, and legal forces that are fueling this national health emergency. It further exposes and condemns a gender bias that presumes that fathers are less effective caregivers. Family breakdown is the single greatest threat to American society. Every day, more than 4,000 children lose a parent because of our archaic and inhumane family-court system. Every day, ten divorced men commit suicide. And now, one in three children in our country are without their father. The Respondent is Ellis's personal story about a Hollywood dream razed by internal and external forces. Part memoir, part meditation, and part manifesto, it's a timely and heartrending portrait of perhaps the most misunderstood aspect of the American legal system. Through its candor and moral strength, The Respondent offers guidance and hope. As such, it's an indispensable read for not only parents enduring the grief of child separation, but all interested in learning about the gross overreach and unrelenting brutality of family law.
Disney Movie Posters Kevin Luperchio 2015-09-15 Anyone who has ever seen a Disney movie knows that the iconic images are beautifully conveyed via the magnificent posters. The tone of the movie and the full range of emotions we experience in seeing the film are often captured in a single poster. After having seen and experienced a wonderful Disney motion picture, the mere sight of the poster can bring back the feelings of having taken the journey by watiching the film. Disney Movie Posters is a tribute to those posters, which tell the story both before and after we see the movie. Disney Movie Posters have been an important part of the motion picture process since Disney began making motion pictures. Not only are they eye-catching pieces of artwork, they are also designed to entice the movie-going audience. From Steamboat Willie, to Frozen and countless movies in between, Disney Movie Posters have been an important part of the films themselves. Disney shorts, animated movies, live action movies and Pixar movies can be remembered and honored by the posters that so efficently capture the magic of the film.
The Art of Pirates of the Caribbean Timothy Shaner 2007-06-01 The Art of Pirates of the Caribbean presents a definitive, exclusive look into the preparation and production of the successful movie trilogy. Overflowing with hundreds of full-color images, the book showcases concept drawings, set designs, and costume sketches, as well as the intricate props, set pieces, and even special effects that contribute so much to the Pirates mythology. Even the cover is visually arresting—imitating the leather-covered log of a ship’s captain. Also included is special commentary from the unit publicist who was there to see it all. For Pirates fans everywhere, this treasure chest of art and design from the entire movie trilogy is a visual feast that promises hours of endless browsing pleasure.
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Elizabeth Rudnick 2006-10-10 The Black Pearl, a cursed pirate ship that haunts the seas with tattered black sails and a vicious crew, has just materialized in Port Royal and stolen away the governor's daughter, Elizabeth Swann. Will Turner, a young blacksmith in love with Elizabeth, sets sail to rescue her by whatever means necessary--even enlisting the help of a pirate! Enter Captain Jack Sparrow, a cunning and charismatic pirate with his own personal stake in the mission...the Black Pearl was once his ship and he aims to get it back.
Sins of the Father Marion Yallup 2007-11-01 Set in the sixties in England, Sins of the Father is the powerful, moving and thought provoking story of a young boy subjected to domestic violence and abuse. The actions of his brutal, drunken father result in a monstrous tragedy which tears his family apart, bringing Mark into the care of Social Services. A new family life opens and Mark begins to discover a childhood that had previously been denied him. However, when he tries to keep a promise made to his mother, circumstances conspire to bring about his downfall. Remanded to an approved school, Mark has to face the demons of his past and his self-doubt as he struggles to become the person he would like to be. Will he succeed in throwing off the shackles of his father's legacy? Will he find a life worth living? Will he make his mother and himself proud?
The Pirate Chase Rob Kidd 2008 Meet Jack Sparrow and his young pirate friends as they embark on a thrilling journey on the high seas. Their goal: to locate and procure the legendary Sword of Cortés, which will grant them unimaginable power. Adventure-seeking teenager Jack Sparrow has assembled a motley crew, and they're on the quest of a lifetime. Their goal: to locate and procure the legendary Sword of Cortés, which will grant them unimaginable power. But will this ragtag team of adventurers survive their mission, or will they succumb to the power of the sea, vicious pirates, ancient curses, and stormy threats from the forces of nature? Spotlight is a division of ABDO and features licensed editions of popular fiction printed and bound specifically for the library market. Each Spotlight book is printed on the highest quality paper with reinforced library bindings.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow #12: Bold New Horizons Disney Book Group 2008-07-29 Captain Jack Sparrow was once a teenager too! This series tells original stories about the scrapes the young pirate found himself in, and how he got out. Books 10-12 finish up a time-stopping story arc—literally! As Fitzwilliam's timepiece exhibits strange powers, Jack and his crew must make their way back to the present...and prevent their enemies from getting their hands on this dangerous technology!
Photomosaics Robert Silvers 1997 Presents twenty-five composite photographic images that unite the technology of image manipulation by computer with the art of photography, and discusses the techniques used in each
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom A.C. Crispin 2011-05-17 Twenty-five-year-old Jack Sparrow is a clean-cut merchant seaman pursuing a legitimate career as a first mate for the East India Trading Company. He sometimes thinks back to his boyhood pirating days, but he doesn't miss Teague's scrutiny or the constant threat of the noose. Besides, he doesn't have much choice—he broke the Code when he freed a friend who had been accused of rogue piracy, and he can no longer show his face in Shipwreck Cove. When Jack's ship is attacked by pirates and his captain dies in the altercation, he suddenly finds himself in command.
A Cultural History of the Disneyland Theme Parks Sabrina Mittermeier 2020-11-10 When the first Disneyland opened its doors in 1955, it reinvented the American amusement park and transformed the travel, tourism and entertainment industries forever. Now a global vacation empire, the original park in Anaheim, California, has been joined by massive complexes in Florida, Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Spanning six decades, three continents and five distinct cultures, Sabrina Mittermeier presents an interdisciplinary examination of the parks, situating them in their proper historical context and exploring the distinct cultural, social and economic landscapes that defined each one at the time of its construction. She then spotlights the central role of class in the subsequent success or failure of each venture. The first comparative study of the Disney theme parks, this book closes a significant gap in existing research and is an important new contribution to the field, providing the first discussion of the Disney parks and what they reveal about the cultures they are set in. There has been a lack of focus on cross- and trans-cultural analyses of theme parks generally and Disney theme parks specifically, until now. It is also particularly interesting – and will be welcomed for it – for the non-United States context of the study. This is a thorough examination of all of the existing Disney Parks and how they function within their respective cultures. While Disney themes and characters attempt to be universal, the author does a good job of arguing for where this is not possible and how glocalization is crucial to the parks’ successes. The writing is academic, but it is not inaccessible. It will have wide disciplinary appeal within academia, as tourism studies cross into a variety of fields including history, American studies, fandom studies, performance studies and cultural studies. It will be invaluable to those working in the field of theme park scholarship and the study of Disney theme parks, theme parks in general and related areas like world’s expositions and spaces of the consumer and lifestyle worlds. It will also be of interest to Disney fans, those who have visited any of the parks or are interested to know more about the parks and their cultural situation and context.
The Age of Bronze Rob Kidd 2008 When a charmed amulet goes missing and Jack and his crew become prime suspects, they must track down the dangerous duo that they believe to be the real thieves, and figure out the mystical power that the amulet holds.

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