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    Dumbo Storyboard Art Courvoisier (Walt Disney, 1941). Timothy Mouse brings Dumbo a Hollywood contract to sign in this outstanding and detailed storyboard. This film originated from a story submitted by Joe Grant and Dick Huemer. The story was developed in detail by Bill Peet, Aurie Battaglia, Joe Rinaldi, George Stallings, and Webb Smith. A Tim Burton live action version came to the big screen in 2019. Art is in graphite and gouache on P-212 5-peghole storyboard sheet measuring 8.5" x 9".This art is matted with an opening of 7" x 5.5", and overall mat size of 15" x 13.5". This detailed storyboard was originally sold through the Courvoisier Art Program. The Courvoisier COA is included with the piece. Minor handling and edge wear. Pinholes in corners. Overall condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 18
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