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    Mickey's Service Station Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1935). A very impatient Pete pulls up to Mickey's garage in his roadster; little does he know the "car-nage" (pun intended) that awaits! This is a rare detailed studio layout drawing of Pete, his ailing roadster, as well as Mickey, Goofy, and Donald Duck (for some reason, in this drawing, Donald is naked!). This is from the first short that starred Mickey, Donald Duck and Goofy all together, as a trio. It also was one of the last black and white Mickey shorts. It was directed by Ben Sharpsteen and was released on 3/16/35. Drawing is graphite on trimmed 12 field animation paper. The trimmed sheet has been professionally mounted to backing paper. One of the most detailed layout drawings from this era we have seen. It is unusual to find all four characters together! Amount of detail to the roadster and service station are amazing! Matted with a mat opening of 11" x 9". A museum-quality drawing. Minor wear and slight fade from previous framing in border. In Good condition.

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