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    Mickey and the Lilliputians Storyboard Drawing Original Art (Walt Disney, 1936). Mickey puts on his robe (which is noticably similar to the one he wore as the Sorcerer's Apprentice) as he and Pluto rush to answer either the phone or doorbell. This an original storyboard drawing from the unmade short Mickey and the Lilliputians. While the cartoon was never produced, the story was used for the book Mickey Mouse in Pigmy Land, published by Whitman in 1936. The graphite and colored pencil rendering is on 8" x 6.5" paper with two pegholes along the top and the number 6 stamped in the lower right. It's a terrific image of early Mickey and Pluto. The piece shows toning, handling and pinholes in the upper corner. Condition is Very Good.

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