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    Donald Gets Drafted Donald Duck Production Cel Courvoisier Setup (Walt Disney, 1942). An original production animation cel featuring an adorable pose of Private Donald, right after slicing off part of his hat's brim with his bayonet. This is from the first short starring Donald Duck in the Army, directed by Jack King. In this cartoon, we learn that Donald's middle name is Fauntleroy (from his Order to Report for Induction). Carl Barks was one of the script writers; he also co-wrote the film's original song, "The Army's Not the Army Anymore." The cel is paired with a Courvoisier hand-painted custom background, with the "WDP" logo stamp in the lower right corner, and the original Courvoisier label affixed to the reverse. Image area is about 5.5" x 7"; matted to an overall 10" x 13.25". Slight wrinkle to the cel, otherwise, in Fine condition, with professional restoration.

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