Becky Cline joined The Walt Disney Company in 1989, and
became a member of the staff of the Walt Disney Archives in 1993.
Today, as director of the Archives, Becky is charged with
collecting and preserving all aspects of Disney history and making
the material available to researchers from all areas of The Walt
Disney Company, as well as to historians, writers, documentarians,
and fans around the world. Her many responsibilities include
maintaining and conserving the Archives' collections of historical
documents, artwork, character merchandise, costumes, props, and
Since the Archives was established at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, it has grown from a one-person department to its current staff of twenty-four, and has come to be recognized as a model among corporate archives in the country.
In her position with the Disney Archives, Becky has also enjoyed participating in the research and development of many new and exciting programs and fan-based initiatives for The Walt Disney Company--most recently being a part of the development and operations team for D23: The Official Disney Fan Club.
Walt Disney is renowned as a unique pioneer in film, television,
and themed entertainment--but little-discussed is how his
groundbreaking innovation influenced a place the public would never
see--the studio where his creative visions were brought to life. In
The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember, authors Rebecca
Cline and Steven Clark offer a one-of-a-kind backstage story about
the Walt Disney Studios and its remarkable design and history, and
its ongoing use, expansion, and improvement. Overflowing with rare
and never-before-published images, this volume is a revelatory
treat for all fans of Disney.
--Jeff Kurtti, Author and Disney Historian
One of 19 great coffee table books for Disney fans--Business Insider