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    The Three Caballeros Donald Duck Concept/Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1945). "Look at that little wolf in duck's clothing" says Panchito, as Donald jumps on the beach to play with all the women. Donald also is smitten with a young lady during the "You Belong to My Heart" sequence. And finally, he is in love with Aurora Miranda in the Brazilian/Bahia Samba dance scene. This is a rare layout/concept drawing of Donald Duck with one of the women in South America. Art is in graphite with blue pencil highlights on 12 field 5-peghole animation paper. Great images, with sizes of 4" and 5". Minor handling and edge wear. In Good condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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