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    Orphan's Picnic Donald Duck Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1936). Donald Duck loses his temper in this original production drawing from this Ben Sharpsteen-short and this image can be seen around the 5:18 mark. This cartoon marked an important stage in the evolution of Donald. His bill, still long and duck-like, became more malleable and expressive. His eyes grew larger, telegraphing his changes in expression. No longer a nondescript duck, he was becoming a distinct individual. By this time Donald's popularity with audiences was unmistakable, and the Disney studio was clearly grooming him for stardom. This is full-figure Donald measuring 3.5" x 4", rendered in graphite and red pencil on 12 field, 5-peghole animation paper, and numbered 27 in the lower right corner. The page shows minor edge wear; otherwise Condition is Very Good.

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