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    Mickey's Man Friday Publicity Drawing (Walt Disney, 1935). Outstanding original Disney publicity drawing of Mickey Mouse and his man Friday. This is a great early publicity drawing used for most likely press kits and publicity purposes. It showcases Mickey in the watch tower with his companion Friday. The drawing is attributed to Howard Wookie. This cartoon, one of the last black and white Mickey Mouse shorts, was directed by David Hand and released on 1/5/35. It would be considered politically incorrect and a poor racial stereotype by today's standards. Extremely rare high-quality artwork from the studio, which was hitting its peak at this time. Framed with glass and matted with a 11" x 9" mat opening. Mickey and Friday measure 2" each. Amazing detail. In Fine condition.

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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