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    Wonderful World of Disney Moby Duck Color Model Setup (Walt Disney, 1968). This is an incredibly rare Disney four cel set up featuring an obscure Duck-relative. It is a hand-painted color model cel set up of Moby Duck, the distant cousin of Donald Duck. This is from the "Pacifically Peeking" episode of the Wonderful World of Disney. It ran on October 6th, 1968 and was episode #4 in season 15. Each cel in the four cel setup is marked #3327. They are placed on a custom hand-drawn background by someone in the studio. It reads "Hope to have you for dinner in '68 Best Wishes till then Joe Hale". Mr. Hale began with Disney in 1951 and was an animator, layout artist, and producer at Disney for over 30 years. The cels have some paint separation, cracks, and paint loss. This is a very obscure piece of The Wonderful World of color history. In Good condition.

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