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DescriptionPeter Pan Storyboard Art Group of 3 (Walt Disney, 1953). In this remarkable set of storyboard drawings from the film's conclusion, Wendy discovers her father "knew" Peter Pan many years ago. Both he, his wife, and Nana the dog all seem to see Peter's ship sailing away through the clouds! Was it all a dream? A hallucination? We guess you simply had to be there! This group includes numerous small thumbnail storyboard graphite drawings taped to sheets of 16 field animation paper. The first sheet includes 16 drawings; sheet two has 16 (including one double drawing, showing the shifting size of Wendy's father); and the third sheet has 12, including a 2-scene drawing, and two drawings taped together to show a shifting scene. All three sheets have yellowing tape, plus handling and edge wear. Good overall condition.
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