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    Donald and Pluto Donald Duck Animation Drawings Sequence of 3 (Walt Disney, 1936). Plumber Donald's attempts to mend a pipe go awry when his hapless assistant Pluto accidentally swallows a horseshoe magnet! Ben Sharpsteen directed this short, which is notable as the first Disney cartoon in which Donald Duck and Pluto star together as well as the only installment of the Mickey Mouse series where Mickey is absent. The short features a slight redesign for Donald, with a slimmer body, shorter neck, rounder feet, and a shorter bill. This trio of drawings features a frustrated Donald hanging from the ceiling by his magnetically attracted wrench and they measure in a range of 2.5" x 3" to 3" x 4". All are drawn in graphite with red and green pencil highlights on 12 field, 5-peghole animation paper and are numbered 96, 97 and, 101 respectively. Minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Fine.

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