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    Carl Barks - Snow White Gag Sequence Production Drawing Animation Art (Walt Disney, circa 1935-36). Most comics fans know Carl Barks as the definitive writer/artist for Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge, but it was at the Walt Disney Studios that Barks learned much of his knack for comic pacing. In this four panel conclusion to a Barks gag, a lazy dwarf suddenly pops onto his feet and appears to be finished with the task at hand just in time to impress his returning comrades. The art is in pencil, drawn on a 12" x 10" seven-hole punched animation sheet, which is in Excellent condition. This early Snow White concept drawing should excite animation collectors and Carl Barks fans alike, so expect some heavy bidding -- don't get caught napping on this one!

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    August, 2006
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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