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    Camping Out Minnie Mouse and Horace Horsecollar Animation Drawings Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1933). Here are two original production drawings from an early Mickey short directed by David Hand. The first features a panicked Minnie Mouse who sees a swarm of mosquitos about to attack the picnic party. A fantastic full body, graphite drawing of Minnie standing 4" tall, and the page is numbered 88A. The second drawing is of a rarely seen character, Horace Horsecollar who is attempting to build a "fort" with an old bed to keep out the mosquitos. This production drawing is rendered in graphite with red and green highlights, measures 6" x 7.5" and is numbered 211. Both drawings are on 12 field, 2-peghole animation paper and show minor handling; otherwise Condition is Fine.

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