From Adventureland to Zootopia

The Amazing Book of Disney Lists

by Matthew Creed | Release Date: March 10, 2018 | Availability: Print, Kindle

Let Me List the Ways...

All Disney fans, from park veterans to film buffs, will find many ways to enjoy the 250 lists in this ultimate book of Disney lists. Whether you "binge list," and consume the book in a single sitting, or dole out a new list daily, you'll enjoy page after page of pixie dust.

Tomes of Disney lore are plentiful these days. From historical analyses of the theme parks to definitive biographies of Disney animators and artists, there is a magical smorgasbord to indulge the most inquisitive and inveterate Disney buff.

But nothing quite hits the spot like a list. Whether you're standing in line, stuck in traffic, or have just a few minutes to fill in an otherwise busy day, you can get your quick Disney fix and learn a few extra bits of magical mojo to keep you at the head of your mouse pack. (You're in one of those, right?)

The topics of these lists range from Disney theme parks, shows, attractions, films, resorts, cartoons, princesses, animators, movie stars, restaurants, and everything else Disney. We guarantee you'll find a list you love!

Matthew Creed

Matthew Creed loves Walt Disney World and everything with Disney in it. He is currently a 10th grade student in Rutland, Vermont. Over his lifetime, 15 years in total, he has visited Disney World a total of 30 times, and counting!

Loving the idea of being an Imagineer and wanting to be one for the longest time, he began reading countless books on hidden Disney magic and details left by the Imagineers as a way of adding another layer of “magic” to the experience.

After the publication of his first book, Where in the World?, Matthew has been working on several different concepts for new book ideas, and has been writing continuously. This is his second book.

In the note of M(ickey)...

LIST #113: Songs Featured in Fantasia

  • “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor” (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  • “Nutcracker Suite” (Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
  • “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” (Paul Dukas)
  • “Rite of Spring” (Igor Stravinsky)
  • “The Pastoral Symphony” (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  • “Dance of the Hours” (Amilcare Ponchielli)
  • “Night on Bald Mountain” (Modest Mussorgsky)
  • “Ave Maria” (Franz Schubert)

Continued in "From Adventureland to Zootopia"!


LIST #221: Voices of Goofy

  • Pinto Colvig (1932–1938; 1940–1965)
  • George Johnson (1939–1943)
  • Hal Smith (1965–1983)
  • Tony Pope (1979–1988
  • Will Ryan (1986–1988)
  • Bill Farmer (1987–present)

Continued in "From Adventureland to Zootopia"!

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