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   Bill Justice Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Book
-Signed Twice with a Hand Drawn Snow White!

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Only 1,000 volumes of this rare book were printed.  Bill Justice's autobiographical account of his years with the Walt Disney Studio and WED Enterprises.  It was published only in this single edition in 1992 and is illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings by Mr. Justice and other artists, including an 8-page color section.

This is my personal volume of the book, signed twice by Bill Justice.  It is signed once on the title page and numbered, and then Bill Justice personally autographed it to my wife and me on the opposite page, and drew Snow White below his signature.  

Bill Justice joined the Walt Disney Studio in 1937 as an in-betweener on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and by 1940 became an animator on the Pastoral Symphony segment of Fantasia. He animated on shorts and features throughout the 1940s and 1950s and from 1947 through the mid-1950s was the lead animator of Chip an' Dale. He directed five of the studio's innovative cartoons released from 1956 to 1962 and was one of the studio specialists who produced the amazing stop-motion animation seen in Babes in Toyland (1961) and Mary Poppins (1964). In 1965 he joined WED Enterprises, later Walt Disney Imagineering, as a designer of attractions, parades, and other projects for the Disney theme parks where he programmed the audio-animatronic figures for several Disney attractions including Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion.  He retired in 1979 and was named a Disney Legend in 1996. In 2005 he received a window on Main Street, Disneyland, for his contributions to the Park. Mr. Justice passed away on February 10, 2011.  The Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity Certificate is included.  In very fine condition with only a 1/4" tear on edge of the dust jacket. Item # 8103, $399
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Adriana Caselotti Autographed Snow White Note Sheet
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Adriana Caselotti, the voice of Walt Disney’s 1937 Snow White, lived a long life and enjoyed the recognition she received in her later years. She embraced her Snow White role- even installing a wishing well in the front yard of her Hollywood home! She passed away on January 20th, 1997, at the  age of 80.  This 6.5" X 4.5" color note sheet was personally signed by Caselotti, adding
"Voice of Snow White."  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity certificate. Item # 1390A, $129.95

 

 
 

 

 

Complete 1980 Disneyland Ticket Book

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When we were kids, it seemed like everyone used to come home from Disneyland with a folded-up ticket book with a few B and C tickets (and often all the A tickets)!  But no one came home with a complete, untouched ticket book.  That's why it's so rare to find a Disneyland ticket book with EVERY ticket still attached!  This one is in good condition with ALL pieces firmly attached -- including the main gate admission.  Attraction coupons include 1 "A" ticket, 2 "B" tickets, 3 "C" tickets, 4 "D" tickets, and 5 of those famous "E"  tickets-- "Admission and 15 Adventures in Disneyland," just like the ticket book cover says.  The date code for this book is '805,' for May of 1980.  In excellent condition.    A great Disneyland collectible.  Item # 7392, $399
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Disneyland Cast Member Coat
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A Disneyland employee ("cast member") coat.  Has "Disneyland" logotype embroidered patch, and Disneyland employee wardrobe tags.  In gently used condition; size XL.  Item # 5373, $189
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23 Items "From The Office of Walt Disney"
D23 is the official Walt Disney Company fan club.  In 2016 each Gold Member received this first-of-its-kind collection commemorating the restoration of Walt Disney's office suite at the Disney Studio's Burbank lot.  Thoughtfully selected from the Walt Disney Archives, 23 meticulously reproduced treasures combine to trace Walt's path from America's heartland to the world stage. These memento reproductions range from monumental (a life-changing telegram, a Disneyland grand opening pass) to personal (an internal memo, a holiday greeting card), reflecting the remarkable breadth of Walt's interests and achievements while defining his dynamic legacy.  All 23 shown below are included.
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1 - “Walt Disney, Cartoonist” Envelope (ca. 1921)
In the early 1920s, aspiring newspaper cartoonist Walt Disney discovers the art of animation. Experiments in his parents’ backyard garage lead to his first, though short-lived, business venture in Kansas City.
2 - Laugh-O-gram Films Inc. Business Card (1923)
Madcap takes on classic tales give Walt his first screen success. Pen-and-ink Goldie Locks, Red Riding Hood, and Cinderella pave the way for a live-action Alice, whose comedic adventures in a cartoon wonderland click with audiences and spawn a series.
3 - The Ocean Hop Poster Art (1927)
Walt's second successful series starred Oswald, a rabbit whose ”luck” held through a series of 26 silent shorts. In this poster design, Oswald salutes American air ace Charles Lindbergh, whose transoceanic flight captivated Walt—and the world.
4 - “Everything OK” Telegram (1928)
Following the devastating loss of Oswald to his New York distributor, Walt cryptically wires his brother that all is well. Ever the optimist, as his train speeds west, Walt plans his next act... and the mouse who will be its headliner.
5 - Disney Hyperion Studio Letterhead (ca. 1930)
Walt Disney's studio on Hyperion Avenue grows steadily as the triumph of Steamboat Willie allows Walt and his artists to establish and refine animation with an emphasis on storytelling and personality.
6 - “Minnie’s Yoo Hoo” Sheet Music (1930)
Movie theaters play host to the first Mickey Mouse Clubs, where throngs of “Mickey Mice” convene for Saturday matinees with their favorite star. The official club song, “Minnie’s Yoo Hoo,” is the creation of music director Carl Stalling and Walt Disney himself.
7 - Walt and Lillian Disney Christmas Card (1931)
3 years after his debut, Mickey Mouse is a global celebrity, and his creator's name is a household word. Walt and his wife, Lillian, send this elegant holiday greeting to friends and acquaintances, anticipating a decades-long tradition of illustrated Studio cards.
8 - Silly Symphonies Film Industry Trade Ad (1932)
Pushing established boundaries, the Silly Symphonies explore music and color in vibrant and unexpected ways. The series paves the way for an entirely new motion picture genre: feature animation, beginning with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
9 - Radio Broadcast Publicity Photograph (ca. 1938) Eager radio listeners tune in to The Mickey Mouse Theatre of the Air, a Sunday afternoon treat featuring original stories, music, and character voices from Disney pictures... including Walt as both himself and Mickey!
10 - Staff Handbook Organizational Chart (1943)
At his bustling new studio in Burbank, Walt’s creative team expands. New arrivals learn that the friendly atmosphere originates from their famous boss, who insists on being addressed by his first name.
11 - Memory Book Sketch by Walt Disney (1944)
On December 28, 1944, a testimonial dinner is held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood for Mr. A.V. Cauger, who had given several future animation luminaries their starts at the Kansas City Film Ad Company—including a grateful Walt Disney.
12 - London Train Shop Receipt (1949)
Miniature railroad enthusiast “W. Disney, Esq.” eyes an engine for his backyard layout, as does designer Harper Goff. Walt gets the train, but Harper gets a job that will make him a Disney Legend.
13 - Walt Disney "Fan Card" (ca. 1954)
The Studio Fan Mail Department receives mail for all Disney personalities, particularly Walt himself! Special fan cards are sent in reply, including this portrait of Walt with a collection of characters drawn by legendary artist Bob Moore.
14 - Walt’s Mickey Mouse Club Notes (ca. 1954)
To fund his theme park plans, Walt agrees to produce both a weekly anthology and a daily children’s TV series for ABC. The groundbreaking Mickey Mouse Club features a talent showcase, history, current events, and, naturally, Disneyland fun.
15 - Invitation to 30th Anniversary Party (1955)
Time flies as Walt and Lilly mark 30 years of marriage with a spectacular Disneyland party four days before the park's dedication. Humorous lovebirds caricature the happy couple on their own copy of the invitation.
16 - Disneyland Press Preview Pass (1955)
While the nation watches on live television, Walt hosts the invitational opening of his original Magic Kingdom on July 17, 1955. Disneyland becomes every child's vacation goal—and welcomes its one-millionth guest in less than two months.
17 - Inter-Office Memo to Ward Kimball (1955)
Directing animator Ward Kimball, who had helped fan the flames of Walt's love for trains, receives the title of Honorary Vice President of the new Santa Fe & Disneyland Railroad and, most importantly, a pass to enjoy its scenic route around the park.
18 - Walt Disney’s Autograph (1958)
Increasingly, Walt is recognized while roaming Disneyland, and to avoid gathering crowds while still accommodating autograph requests, takes to carrying pre-signed paper in his pockets. He quickly hands a sheet to a requestor then hurries on his way.
19 - It’s a Small World Notecard (1964)
Walt’s salute to children everywhere, It’s a Small World is one of four Disney exhibits showcased at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. Visitors can aid its sponsor, UNICEF, by purchasing this and other Mar
y Blair art cards beneath the landmark Tower of the Four Winds.
20 - Mary Poppins Promotional Piece (1964)
Walt seeks the rights to P. L. Travers’ enchanting stories for decades and is rewarded with the biggest hit of his cinematic career. Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke dazzle in this extraordinary musical fantasy, rightfully heralded as “a supreme achievement.”
21 - Postcard of Walt's Plane (ca. 1964)
Actively enjoying the perk of a company plane, Walt follows two earlier Beechcraft models with this sleek Grumman Gulfstream I, which is used for travel and to scout land parcels in Florida. Delighted passengers receive this postcard as an exclusive in-flight amenity.
22 - Walt Disney Productions Pass (ca. 1966)
Visitors to Walt's 44-acre lot in Burbank find a charming, campus-like environment, much the same as when it was built in 1940. Stages and backlot streets are later additions to this community of collegial creativity where anything is possible.
23 - Walt's Notes on EPCOT Film Script (1966)
Walt annotates writer Marty Sklar's script introducing the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Executive Card Walker will see both this film and the EPCOT project through to completion.
 

All 23 reproductions are packaged in an attractive book-like keepsake box measuring approximately 11.5" x 9.5".  An instant treasure-trove of Walt Disney history.  In very fine condition.  Item # 2624, $149.95

 

 


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The Carolwood Pacific Historical Society named
Phil Sears an Honorary Member after inviting him to display Walt Disney autographed items at Walt's train barn in Los Angeles.

 

 

Roy O. Disney Signed Walt Disney Productions
Mickey Mouse Club, Fantasyland, Frontierland & Zorro Contract
Witnessed by Notary Public & Embossed with 2 Official Seals!

Above:  Page 1 of the document. 

Above:  Roy O. Disney personal signature and Disney Company Corporate seal embossed next to signature.

Above: Notary Public signature and official seal

Above: Attached page showing the film(s) which are covered by the agreement.

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A Roy O. Disney signed AND NOTARIZED Disney Studio legal document.  In this 1959 document Roy O. Disney pledges the Disney TV shows The Mickey Mouse Club, Fantasyland, Frontierland & Zorro as collateral for a loan from Bank of America.  When the Disney Studio borrowed money to make a film or television episode, the bank required the film itself to be put up as collateral.  In addition to being personally signed by Roy O. Disney, the contract is also embossed with Walt Disney Productions corporate seal AND signed and witnessed by a notary public who also embossed it with their official seal.  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity and an 8" x 10" photo of Roy and Walt suitable for framing.  In very fine condition, with usual file holes.  The great titles mentioned in this document make this a wonderful piece to collect!  Measures approximately 8.5" x 11".  In fine condition.  Item # 2601, $799 
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Produced and sold in 2005, this special hand-painted Dopey cel from Walt Disney Animation in Florida is titled "All Mixed Up."  The hand-painted cel is set on a lithographed background by Disney.  Measures approximately 10.5" x 13.5".  Includes a 7" x 5" card autographed by the artists (shown above right).  In fine condition. Item # 2096, $299
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Where Do The Amazing Things at
Phil Sears Collectibles Come From???
Over the past 25+ years I have purchased from:

-Walt Disney's first star, Virginia Davis
-Family of Roger Broggie, Walt Disney's First Imagineer
-Walt Disney's Cinderella voice actress Eileen Woods
-Family of Walt Disney's secretary Tommy Wilck
-Walt Disney's Snow White voice actress Adriana Caselotti
-Walt Disney's publicist Len Shannon
-Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty voice actress Mary Costa
-Walt Disney's Cal Arts publicist Tom Wilck
-Family of Disney artist Josh Meador
-Walt Disney's Tinker Bell Margaret Kerry 
-Estate of Disney Artist Jay Gould
-Family of Disney Artist Milt Banta
-Family of Disney artist Ward Kimball (through an intermediary)
-Walt Disney's Movie Producer Harry Tytle
-Disneyland President Jack Lindquist
-Family of E Ticket Magazine co-publisher Leon Janzen
-Son of Walt Disney friend Winslow Case
-Van France, hired by Walt Disney to create the University of Disneyland

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Disney legend Bob Gurr stops by Phil Sears's home 4th of July weekend 2014 and visits with some of his creations. Gurr designed Disneyland's Monorail, Main Street's vintage vehicles, Autopia cars that wouldn't break down, the Matterhorn Bobsled track and he helped engineer Abraham Lincoln... among many other accomplishments.  

 

 

   Johnny Whitaker Autographed Photo
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Phil Sears with Johnny Whitaker
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    Johnny Whitaker is best known for his work as “Jody” in the CBS Television Series, “Family Affair” 1966-1971.  He went on to make 5 Walt Disney Films and to Star in the musical “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” 1973.  Johnny went on to Star in his own Saturday Morning Television Series for Sid and Marty Krofft Television in “Sigmund and the Sea Monsters” (NBC 1973-76).  He has personally autographed a handful of 8.5" X 11" prints from Disney's THE BISCUIT EATER for me. Includes my Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity.  Item # 6623, $39.95

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Phil Sears with Dick Van Dyke at the Disney Studio in Burbank in 1998

 

 

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