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DescriptionPinocchio The Coachman Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1940). "How would you blokes like to make some real money?" says the Coachman to Honest John Foulfellow and Gideon at the bar. This is an outstanding 16 field 5-peghole animation drawing of the classic Disney Villain, The Coachman, from the scene where he is discussing taking Pinocchio and all the other "stupid little boys" to Pleasure Island to turn them into working donkeys. Art is in graphite with detailed green pencil highlights, and a large image size of 8". Drawing is stamped "2003/ 7 / 40" (for Production Number, Sequence, and Scene). Minor handling and edge wear; Very Good condition.
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