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Starlog #13 — Walt Disney's Conquest of Space

 
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Bud Brewster
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 2:05 am    Post subject: Starlog #13 — Walt Disney's Conquest of Space Reply with quote

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Enjoy this exceptional Starlog article from issue 13.

Click on each page here to see a large, easy-to-read version you can zoom in on. Click on the large version again, and then zoom in as close as you want!









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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 6:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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For those of you who haven't purchased the fine DVDs of these Disney episodes, I highly recommend them! Cool

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The set includes:

~ Disc One:

Man in Space
Man and the Moon
Mars and Beyond

~ Disc Two:

Eyes in Outer Space
Our Friend the Atom
"EPCOT" TV Special

~ Bonus Materials:

"The Optimistic Futurist"
"Marty Sklar, Walt, and EPCOT"
Publicity Gallery
Story and Background Art Gallery
Behind the Scenes Gallery

If you'd like to preview the series or just save a little money, the YouTube versions of the three shows discussed in the article above look surprisingly good! Very Happy
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__ Disney Animated Educational Video Man in Space 1955


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__Disney Education Animation - Man and the Moon 1955


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__ Disney Educational Animation Mars and Beyond 1957)


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 1:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There was a book made from "Man and the Moon", maybe others too. Back in the early/mid 70s, in my High School library there was a copy of "Man and the Moon". It had photos from the show, all in B&W, and in some of the photos, you could see the edges of the sets.

I wish I had a copy of that book.

David.
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