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    Lady and the Tramp Family House Interior Concept/Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1955). Original background layout/concept drawing of the bottom of the stairs of Jim Dear and Darling's house. Great graphite with blue highlights layout of the bottom of the staircase with the wall mirror and grandfather clock at the base. We see this scene many times in the film. These are the stairs where Si and Am go up and sing, "when we hear baby cry, there is milk nearby!" Also, Jim Dear runs up these stairs to see what the new baby's eye color is. In addition, Lady comes down these stairs each morning for her walk and to get the morning newspaper. Art paper measures 30" x 12", with image area an impressive 21" x 10". Back of layout is marked "2079 Seq 3.2 and Sc 13." This would make for a great background piece for a Lady cel. Concept artwork of this type from this film is rare. Minor edge tears and handling. Fold in middle; otherwise Fine condition.

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