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    Aladdin Jafar Animation Drawings Group of 3 (Walt Disney, 1992).
    From Aladdin, Disney's 31st animated feature film we have three large images of Jafar, the power-hungry Grand Vizier of Agrabah. These pieces were hand-drawn on 16 field animation paper using graphite and blue pencil. The images measure a colossal 11" x 10.5"! Jafar was voiced by Jonathan Freeman who spent 21 months recording his part, with Andreas Deja serving as supervising animator. Each piece is noted as J-295, J-297 and J-299. Timing sheet notes appear in upper left on J-297. This is actual working production art and thus will show normal usage, artist's notes, minor handling, and edge wear; overall condition is Very Good.

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    July, 2019
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