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    Pinocchio Stromboli and Pinocchio Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1940). "Go ahead -- make a fool of yourself... then maybe you'll listen to your conscience" says Jiminy Cricket after Pinocchio flubs his opening song, "I've Got No Strings." Evil puppet master Stromboli manages to subdue his anger after he hears the crowd laughing -- hey, if it's comedy they want, he'll give it to them! This is an original detailed layout drawing in graphite/Conte crayon on 16 field 5-peghole animation paper, marked "8" in the lower right corner and Sc 15 in the lower left, with an overall image area of 12" x 9.5". It's in an ornate frame with Plexiglas, with a mat opening of 16" x 13" and an overall size of 25.75" x 22.75". Great expressions and a full-figure image of Pinocchio (standing at 4" tall) make this a wonderful piece of pure Disney magic. Very Good condition, with edge wear, upper border tears (none within the image area), and toning.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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