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    Lady and the Tramp Train Yard Pan Layout Drawing Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1955). "What a day! Well now to pick up some breakfast" says Tramp after he wakes up by the train yard. This is one of the most detailed pan layout drawings from an animated film we have ever seen -- it's the train yard where Tramp makes his first appearance. It's a simply mind-blowing illustration in brown pencil of the train and its surroundings. You see this exact image at about the 13:24 mark into the film. A second pan drawing of the Rail Road Crossing sign and tree used for a cel overlay is also included. The train drawing is on 12" x 30" pan animation paper with art in the 11" x 25" area of the paper. Staples in far left border; minor handling and edge wear. Tiny tear in bottom left corner, nowhere near the art image. One of the single most stunning and detailed drawings in this auction. If you're a train lover, this is one ride not to be missed! Fine condition. From The Forbes Collection.

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    June, 2020
    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
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