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    Atlantis: The Lost Empire Workbook Studio Document (Walt Disney, 2001).
    Development for Atlantis: The Lost Empire began after production had finished on The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Instead of another musical, the production team decided to do an action-adventure film inspired by the works of Jules Verne. Atlantis was notable for adapting the distinctive visual style of comic book creator Mike Mignola. In this lot we have an actual studio document used by animators on Sequence 2 - Milo at the Smithsonian. This is a workbook containing 57 internal studio prints of the storyboards. Documents like this are considered very rare and highly sought after by collectors of animation art. The pages measure 17" x 11". Handling and edge wear. Otherwise condition is Very Good.

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