Donald Duck 60th birthday Compact Disc, containing a picture of Donald bursting out of his egg; a full-color "Surprise Party at Memory Pond" notecard; and a full printed script of the recording.
Questions: Is this an independent release of the Compact Disc included in the 1994 "Walt Disney's The Life of Donald Duck" box?
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VHS & NTSC-format, colour and b&w, ± 90 minutes.
Front cover photo taken by Barbara Boatner in the 1970s.
Contains an interview videotaped on 1975, August 4. According to a Bruce Hamilton advertisement, Barks has said about this video in 1994: "This work has been produced with my approval and is the only detailed, comprehensive video interview that has been conducted with me to date."
The video documentary is over 90 minutes long, it contains a plethora of Barks photos, and Disney and non-Disney art and paintings. It also includes the only video footage of Barks drawing one of his characters, in this case Uncle Scrooge. Contains rare footage of Carl in his studio explaining step-by-step how he did his paintings from pencil rough to finished product (the sound quality is fair in this segment). Barks describes his life, artisitc influences, work at the Disney studio and the origins of his most famous characters and stories.
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Description: VHS? NTSC-format?, colour , 39 minutes
Produced by Tom Barker. Contains 10 minutes of 1993, August 27. Interview with Carl Barks by Michael Naiman.
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VHS? NTSC-format?, colour, 60 minutes
Produced by Tom Barker and Gary M. Carter. Written and directed by Tom Barker. Narrated by Dave Duggan. Contains 5 minutes of 1993, August 27. Interview with Carl Barks by Michael Naiman. (Michael Naiman also interviewed Stan Lee for this video).
Besides Carl Barks and Stan Lee, the video also features: Murphy Anderson; Will Eisner; Harlan Ellison; Bruce Hamilton; Gil Kane; Jack Kirby; Todd McFarlane; Marty Nodell; Joe Quesada; Julius Schwartz; Jim Shooter; and Vincent Sullivan.
"mybibliotitle" contains an article by Tom Barker about the making of this video.
Questions: Carl Barks Conversations mentions "Overstreet's Wonderful World of Collecting" as titled for the video (page 155). Which title is correct?