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    Bob Doerfler Studio Gag Drawings Original Art Group of 6 (Warner Brothers, c. 1940s). Bob "Dorf" Doerfler was an in-betweener in the Chuck Jones animation unit. He was a bucktooth chain-smoking guy who was the butt of many in-studio gag drawings, including several he drew of himself! In this group of drawings done for Animation Supervisor Steve Milman, Dorf pictures himself in a number of wacky situations – as a flying squirrel, riding a lazy horse, photographing a gopher, and being carried away by a large dog. In one typically wacky drawing, he added a word balloon with "I'm Steve" while another similar drawing by Steve says "I'm Doerfler." Oh, those crazy artists at Termite Terrace! Art is in graphite and color pencils on 12 field animation paper. Handling and edge wear. Good condition.

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