Interesting discoveries about Disney history, vintage Disneyana, Disney artwork, the Walt's People book series, and new books about Disney.
Way back in the fifties I was working on a television program for Walt Disney's "Disneyland." Wilfred Jackson was directing, having stepped down from feature films for health reasons. One day, I stepped into his office and immediately recognized him sitting quietly in a lounge chair. To kids like me, Jaxon was a Disney superstar and I nearly gasped in shock. However, he seemed very kind and gentle. I'll never forget that day.
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