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DescriptionDumbo Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1941).
"Look out! Look Out! Pink Elephants on parade!" One of the finest sequences in the history of animation is when the clown's alcohol accidentally spills into the water tub, and Dumbo gets a tad drunk while bathing. Once inebriated, Dumbo sees a nightmarish vision of "Pink Elephants on Parade!" Maurice Noble did a great deal of scene stealing work on this sequence. Animation was handled by Howard Swift and William "Hicks" Lokey. This is one outstanding piece of "Pink Elephant on Parade" concept art piece. Outstanding gauche on black paper concept painting showing two Pink elephants on parade, one small and one short. Great expressive images of 3" and 7". The concept art piece is in a frame of 23" x 20" with a mat opening of 15" x 12". Frame is sold as-is. Artwork is in Very Good condition. Beware! Beware! Beware!
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