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    A Troll in Central Park Painted Storyboard Art Group of 8 (Don Bluth, 1994). The voice talents of Dom DeLuise, Cloris Leachman, Charles Nelson Reilly, Hayley Mills, and Jonathan Pryce added charm to this animated feature about a troll named Stanley, banished by Troll Queen Gnorga to New York City. This is a great series of original hand-painted storyboards created for use in staging the film. The art is in gouache on board measuring several different sizes, from 8" x 5" to 12.75" x 5.5", with several showing the city and Central Park at night. Stanley appears in all but one, which shows a pack of mean-looking dogs, about to attack. Each painting includes an acetate overlay to protect the art; one has "Obsolete" marked on the overlay. Minor handling wear. Overall condition is Very Good.

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