Layne was a background artist for the Walt Disney Studios in the 1940s before embarking on a robust commercial art career.
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It seems like an appropriate time to write about the Disney WWII weather films and associated pamphlets.
Like a plane lifting off the runway, Nightmare eventually soared to the heavens, going from cult status to a mainstream holiday classic and merchandising juggernaut.
In April 1965, rocket scientist Wernher von Braun extended an invitation to Walt Disney and some of his Imagineers, including Claude Coats, to visit the space program.
While researching for my latest book, I discovered some fascinating facts about Disney Legend Claude Coats.