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One of “Walt’s Boys”

An Insider’s Account of Disney’s Golden Years

Harry Tytle

Contributors:

Prologue and Foreword: Harry Tytle
Introduction: Bill Justice
Illustrators: T. Hee, Nick George, Milt Schaffer, Leo Salkin, Carl Barks, Roy Williams and Phil Parks

Book Details: (Sold Out)

Limited edition of 750 copies
Deluxe limited edition of 50 copies in acrylic slipcases
A.S.A.P. Collector’s edition of 26 copies in clamshell cases and 12 p.c. collector’s copies

All editions are signed by Harry Tytle. The Deluxe limited is also signed by Bill Justice. The collector’s edition is also signed by Bill Justice and Marion Tytle

Autobiography
Illustrations: Title page by Phil Parks, 5 Hand-tipped color plates by various artists and 21 Photographs
Book is 241 pages and is 11 ¼” tall X 8 ¾” wide
Published in 1997

Note: Harry Tytle worked at Disney Studios from 1936 until 1976. What makes this book unique is that starting in 1945 Harry Tytle kept a daily diary. Marion Tytle (Harry’s wife) was Roy Disney’s secretary for many years. Harry Tytle supplied the signatures for the end pages from friends that he worked with over the years. The title page in the deluxe limited and collector’s editions were hand colored by the publisher. The Mousecar is an award given to key employees, for Harry Tytle this was upon his retirement.

Limited edition

Deluxe limited edition

A.S.A.P. Collector’s edition

Title page

End pages

Title page

End pages

Mousecar