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    Disney Pressbook Lot (Buena Vista, 1968-1977). Pressbooks (9) (Multiple Pages). Comedy/Drama. The 1968 re-release of "The Incredible Journey," "Smith," "Charley and the Angel," "Superdad," "One Little Indian," "The Castaway Cowboy/The Absent-minded Professor" Combo, "Island at the Top of the World," "The Best of Disney's True-Life Adventures" and the 1977 re-release of "The Boatniks." Directed by Fletcher Markle, Michael O'Herlihy, Vincent McEveety, Bernard McEveety, Robert Stevenson, James Algar and Norman Tokar. Starring Rex Allen, Glenn Ford, Fred MacMurray, Bob Crane, James Garner, David Hartman, Winston Hibler and Robert Morse. Keywords: wilderness, rancher, angel, young love, camel, cattle, Flubber, explorers, wildlife, boats. Wrinkling and corner creases, and light soiling. A number of great scenes from the films, with a look at the productions and advertising materials. There are no cuts in any of the pressbooks. Fine/Very Fine.

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    28th Sunday
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