Thursday, June 11, 2009

The Man and His World

Walt Disney posing against landscape backdrop containing Mickey Mouse - Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt - 1950.

Anne Armstrong McClellan, pilot trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment, sporting an official dress uniform of white blouse, tan slacks and overseas cap & a Fifinella mascot pin designed for the girl pilots by Walt Disney - Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas - Photographer: Peter Stackpole - July 1943.

Disney Merchandise (Anyone know who this person is?) - Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt - 1953. UPDATE: Thanks to the Blue Parrot and Gorillas Don't Blog for identifying this person as Roy Disney.

Walt Disney at the Disney Studios posing with some famous cartoon characters - Photographer: J. R. Eyerman - September 1953.

Disney's four layer camera, an invention of the Disney studios, photographs four celluloid drawings together giving an illusion of depth to cartoon action - Photographer: J. R. Eyerman - September 1953.

LINK: All photographs are from the LIFE Magazine Archives on Google.

5 comments:

The Blue Parrot said...

"That" person is Roy Disney!

Scott O. said...

Oooh multi-plane camera...

I don't care how much CG they incorporate into their films, there's nothing as beautiful and effective as the multi-plane shots in Bambi and Pinocchio.

Keith said...

Great photos. I love those old Disney movies the best.

Major Pepperidge said...

I can't help looking at the Roy Disney photo (with all the merchandise) and thinking, "What do I want??".

Viewliner Ltd. said...

I just wasn't sure who that was with all the merchandise. I appreciate the ID on Roy Disney. Thanks BLUE and MAJOR!

I am trying to figure out the worth of all that stuff in today's money. Not really! But I am sure it all would get some real bucks.