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    Mickey's Service Station Peg-Leg Pete Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1935). Peg-Leg Pete's car engine comes to life to exact revenge after being hastily serviced by Mickey and his pals in the climax of this classic short directed by Ben Sharpsteen. This animation art is bursting with energy in graphite with vibrant red, yellow, blue, and green pencil highlights and is drawn on 12 field 2-peghole animation paper. The overall image size is 5.75" x 10.5", and the art is numbered 73 in the upper right. This very detailed image did not make the final cut of the film making it very rare. In Fine condition with light tanning and a small fold on the lower right corner.

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