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Disney legends to visit Sacramento’s Stage Nine

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Posted: Thursday, March 29, 2018 5:57 pm

Don Hahn, who produced “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Lion King,” and three other Disney legends will soon be in Old Sacramento.

Stage Nine Entertainment Store will welcome Hahn, Dave Bossert, Mindy Johnson and Trevor Carlton for a free public “meet and greet” event on Saturday:

Don Hahn

Credits for this accomplished Disney writer, producer and director include “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” “The Emperor’s New Groove” and “Atlantis: The Lost Empire.” Hahn also served as associate producer of the landmark film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” and director and writer of the host sequences in “Fantasia 2000.”

Hahn’s books on animation, art and creativity include the bestseller “Brain Storm,” the acclaimed “Drawn To Life: The Complete Works of Walt Stanchfield” and the much-anticipated “Before Ever After: The Lost Lectures of Disney’s Animation Studio.”

Dave Bossert

An artist and filmmaker in his own right, Bossert is the acclaimed author of a number of books including “Remembering Roy E. Disney: Memories and Photos of a Storied Life,” “An Animator’s Gallery: Eric Goldberg Draws the Disney Characters” and “Dali and Disney: Destino.”

He’s also known as a visual effects animator on films including “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Aladdin,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “The Lion King” and “Hercules,” among others.

Mindy Johnson

An award-winning author, historian, filmmaker, educator and musician, Johnson frequently writes and speaks on early cinema, animation, women’s history and creativity. She is the author of “Tinker Bell: An Evolution” and “Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation.”

Her ongoing research continues to cast light on women’s work within the first century of the motion picture industry.

Trevor Carlton

The fine artist perfected his signature distressed style by painting a raw canvas to create the appearance of wood, then using solvents and sandpaper to give the piece an overall “distressed” look. After numerous gallery shows in Los Angeles and private commissions, he has now combined his unique style to that most American of symbols: Mickey Mouse.

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