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    Walt Peregoy Chanticleer Concept Art (Walt Disney, c. 1960s). Work on this "never-to-be-realized" project initially began back in the late 1930s. It was revived in 1941, '45, and '47 as well. Work resumed in 1960, when this film project was slated to be the next production following 101 Dalmatians. Marc Davis, Ken Anderson, and designer Walt Peregoy (1925 - 2015) were all heavily involved with the renewed efforts on this project. This is a preliminary background study/concept art for the proposed Chanticleer film, rendered in gouache on 3-peghole background board. Design influence from 101 Dalmatians is obvious. Additionally, roosters are hidden throughout the painting in street signs, banners, etc. in a continual motif. Amazing color, as usual for a Peregoy painting -- a truly magnificent piece! Signature in bottom right corner reads, "Peragoy." The board measures 15.5" x 12.5". Minor handling. In Very Good condition. From the Walt Peregoy Archives.

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