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    Mickey's Service Station Pan Background Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1935). "At your service! You break 'em, we fix 'em... and how!" says Mickey, Goofy and Donald Duck, greeting customer Pete as he comes into their service station. This was the first short to team Mickey Mouse, Donald, and Goofy together. It was directed by Ben Sharpsteen and released on 3/16/35. This was also one of Mickey Mouse's last black and white cartoons. Here is an amazing background pan layout drawing of "Mickey's Service Station," done in detail graphite; characters Mickey, Donald, Goofy, and Pete are drawn in blue with red highlights. Studio stamps reveal the animators for this scene were Nick George and Eric Larson. Paper measures 30" x 9". Stamped "Walt Disney Prod." in bottom right border. Studio stamps on left side. The pan layout drawing has three folds, minor handling and edge tears, with tape on border. Good condition.

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