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Painting A Complete Picture: “Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation”
In the early part of the twentieth century, women had a limited choice of occupations. If they were not working as dressmakers, teachers, domestic service workers or nurses they were housewives and mothers. However, in Hollywood, California another option was available — working in animation. This book tells, for the first time, a complete and detailed history of the women who made a significant contribution to the success of the Walt Disney Company and in the field of animation. The men who worked at Disney — in particular in animation — have always gotten the attention and most Disney fans know of only the names of a few women who have had a significant impact in the Walt Disney Company.
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