DescriptionDer Fuehrer's Face Donald Duck Dye Transfer Print Signed by Walt Disney (Walt Disney, 1943). Although nominated for an Academy Award eight other times, the hugely popular Der Fuehrer's Face is the only Donald Duck short to score an Oscar. This WWII propaganda film was directed by Jack Kinney and released on New Year's Day, 1943. The short's popularity was further propelled by the connection to the song that was a huge hit for Spike Jones and his City Slickers in 1942. This is a great Walt Disney Studio dye transfer print in a Courvoisier-style ivory mat. The faded graphite inscription on the mat edge lists the short's title, and the mat is very boldly signed by Walt Disney himself in his cursive type signature. Donald stands 4.75" tall. Glass front framed to 14" x 13.5". Rare and in Fine condition. From the Bob Dorfman Collection.
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