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DescriptionMickey's Steamroller Mickey Mouse Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1934). "Oooh lookie, there's Uncle Mickey!" Mickey Mouse's nephews Morty and Ferdy make their debut in this David Hand-directed short, which was released to theaters on 6/16/1934. In the short the young nephews climb streetworker Mickey's steamroller while Mickey stops to flirt with the boy's nanny, Minnie Mouse. This original 12 field 2-peghole animation drawing is a fantastic image of Mickey happily working the steamroller; you can see it in online viewings at the 0:46 mark. It's a huge image too, measuring approximately 10" x 7", drawn in graphite with green, yellow, and red pencil highlights. In the number upper right corner is written 266. The art is matted with an opening of 11.5" x 9", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 20.5" x 21.25". Minor handling wear. Very Good condition.
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