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DescriptionJuke Box Jamboree Storyboard Original Art and Film Synopsis Group of 4 (Walter Lantz, 1942). In this Alex Lovy-directed short, first seen in theaters on 7/27/1942, a mouse sleeping in the Zowie Café is awakened by loud music coming from the jukebox, which he climbs into in an attempt to turn it off. Here are three rare original storyboard drawings from the short, showing the mouse as he sits up in bed (drawing #30), angerly marches to the box (#46), and jumps on a spinning platter (#53). The art is in graphite on 7" x 6.25" paper, with typed captions on each. Also included is a one-page typed synopsis, noted as Production #1015, with the original title "Conga Din" (in the short, the mouse is ejected from the jukebox into a glass of spirits; inebriated, he sees a group of "ghost mice" who form a conga line leading the little guy back to his bed). The overall condition is Very Good with minor handling wear and tack holes in the art.
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