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John Lasseter: The Whiz Who Made Pixar King (Legends of Animation)

Narrated by: Stan Jenson
Length: 3 hrs and 43 mins
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A two-time Academy Award-winning director and animator, John Lasseter is a founding member of and the creative force behind Pixar Animation Studios. Pixar is responsible for ushering in the age of computer-animation and revolutionizing the industry, having produced blockbuster features such as Cars, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Monsters Inc., and Wall-E.

Lasseter began his career in animation at Walt Disney Feature Animation, where he soon became fascinated by the potential for creating animation using computer-generated images. After a move to a division of Lucasfilm that would later become Pixar, Lasseter wrote, directed, and produced many computer-animated short films and television commercials, including the first completely computer-animated short to win an Oscar, Tin Toy. He then began work on the first computer-animated feature film, the landmark Toy Story, which forever changed the animation industry.

In John Lasseter: The Whiz Kid Who Made Pixar King, learn how this creative mind keeps bringing lasting characters and stories to the big screen through the wizardry of animation.

©2012 Jeff Lenburg (P)2013 Jeff Lenburg

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  • Adolfo Q.
  • 31-10-18

Who picks these voices????

The voice for this book is terrible... specially when he reads quotes from the different characters. Horrible.....

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  • Shad
  • 08-12-13

A true modern day master

I think in 200 years people may talk about the great artists like Rembrandt Da Vinci and Lasseter. And deserved. Enough said

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