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Rankin/Bass 2 Softcover Book Bundle
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The Enchanted World of Rankin/Bass - Softcover
The Making of Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town and The Daydreamer - Softcover
Rankin/Bass' Mad Monster Party - Softcover
The Making of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Softcover
The Arthur Rankin Jr. Scrapbook - Softcover
Rankin/Bass’ Frosty the Snowman: 50th Anniversary Scrapbook - Softcover
This definitive, authorized history and celebration of Rankin/Bass animation documents every one of their productions with rare photographs, production stills, concept drawings and memorabilia, along with extensive commentary by Arthur Rankin Jr. and dozens of the artists, actors and animators he worked with.
One of the crown jewels in the Rankin/Bass Special Holiday Television library is Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town, which still airs on network television to this day. Why has it lasted for half a century? Take a look inside this book to learn about the special people assembled by Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass to make this magical Animagic television special.
This is the story of the classic 1967 RANKIN/BASS Feature film MAD MONSTER PARTY. Interviews with the many people who wrote, directed, voiced, and animated the film combined with a treasure trove of behind-the-scene photos and artwork - many never before published.
The book, originally issued in 2001, goes into the complete process of making a RANKIN/BASS Animagic TV special, featuring their longest-running, highest-rated TV special of all-time, RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER.
In this book, you get the entire never-before-seen Dentsu Studios scrapbook complete with RARE behind-the-scenes photographs, articles (some in Japanese), clippings, notes and even Arthur's original Videocraft International business card.
This 50th Anniversary Scrapbook is a visual celebration of what Rankin/Bass Productions have brought to the character of Frosty the Snowman.
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Rick will personalize your books with a message or a drawing of a popular Rankin/Bass character!
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Book #1 – Personalization Instructions
Indicate what you'd like Rick to do and he will personalize your copy. It is important to note that Rick draws certain characters better than others. Please limit your requests to the most popular characters, "Bumble", "Frosty", "Rudolph", etc. If you submit an obscure request, we reserve the right to change the character at Rick's discretion. Also, remember that there is only a small area for Rick to do your personalization, so please limit your requests to a reasonable amount of text. Thank you.
Book #2 – Personalization Instructions
PAUL COKER, JR. SIGNED SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN' TO TOWN PHOTO (ONLY AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE!)
Only on Miserbros.com! This one of a kind Santa Claus Is Coming' To Town photo is hand-signed by renowned Rankin/Bass designer, Paul Coker Jr., Measuring 10" x 8", printed in full-color on heavy cover stock.
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PAUL COKER, JR. SIGNED MISER BROTHERS POSTCARD SET (ONLY AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE!)
A Miserbros.com Exclusive! This one of a kind Miser Brothers postcard set is hand-signed by renowned Rankin/Bass designer, Paul Coker Jr. Set of two(2), Measuring 5" x 7", printed in full-color on heavy cover stock.
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Rankin/Bass’ Frosty the Snowman: 50th Anniversary Scrapbook – Softcover
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The Making of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer – Softcover
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