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    Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas Max Animation Drawing (MGM 1966). The Grinch's put-upon dog Max cowers in fear, in this rare original 12 field animation drawing. This cherished 1966 Christmas TV special gets seasonal airings to this day, and was the inspiration for the 2000 live-action feature film starring Jim Carrey. The art is in graphite over blue pencil, with an overall image size of 3" x 2.5". It's noted as 13 in the lower right corner. A Linda Jones COA is included. The art has some minor moisture damage with faint staining; the bottom peghole strip and left side border have been cut and taped into position. Good condition.

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