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    All Dogs Go to Heaven Painted Storyboard Art Group of 7 (Don Bluth, 1989). This is a fantastic series of seven exceptionally detailed, hand-painted storyboards. The artwork features Charlie B. Barkin, Itchy Itchiford, Ann Marie and Carface. They also show Carface's headquarters and Charlie's hide out. All Dogs Go to Heaven used many celebrity voices like Bert Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Vic Tayback, Loni Anderson, and Charles Nelson Reilly. The artwork was rendered using gouache on boards measuring 8" x 5". There are three oversized boards in this lot of 11" x 6.5", 13" x 5" and 6.5" x 13.5". A clear acetate sheet is over each painting. Minor handling and edge wear; artwork is in Very Good

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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