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    Little Hiawatha Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1937). Little Hiawatha is seen paddling his canoe down a river-at one point backwards-on his way to hunt game. Upon reaching land, he steps out and immediately falls down a hidden hole in the water, bringing about the laughter of the animals in the forest. Hiawatha gives chase to them-with his pants occasionally falling down in what is the cartoon's running gag. This is an adorable full-figure image with bow and arrow from the theatrical short directed by Dave Hand. Rendered in graphite with red and green highlights on 12 field, 5-peghole animation paper. "#71" in right corner. Image area measures approximately 6" x 7.5". Normal handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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