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The Disney Version: The Life, Times, Art and Commerce of Walt Disney is a 1968 book by Richard Schickel.wikipedia
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The Disney Version: The Life, Times, Art and Commerce of Walt Disney is a 1968 book by Richard Schickel.
The Disney Version: The Life, Times, Art and Commerce of Walt Disney (1968); revised editions: 1984, 1997

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Stephen J. Whitfield of Brandeis University wrote that the book was "One of the best studies ever done on American popular culture ... unfailingly, consistently intelligent, and eminently readable" while Pauline Kael described it as "a revealing part of American cultural history."

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Stephen J. Whitfield of Brandeis University wrote that the book was "One of the best studies ever done on American popular culture ... unfailingly, consistently intelligent, and eminently readable" while Pauline Kael described it as "a revealing part of American cultural history."

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How to Read Donald Duck

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Eric Smoodin views How to Read Donald Duck as a rejection of an earlier work, The Disney Version (1968) by film critic Richard Schickel.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954 film)

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In his 1967 biography The Disney Version, the critic, Richard Schickel, stated that James Mason was "superbly cast as the mad inventor Captain Nemo".

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Writer Richard Schickel charged that the crow characters in the film are African-American stereotypes in his book, The Disney Version (1968).

Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince

The Disney Version, the 1968 Richard Schickel book that is one of the first to be critical of Disney