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DescriptionChild Psykolojiky Popeye Studio Publicity Artwork (Max Fleischer, 1941). In this Dave Fleischer-directed cartoon, Popeye, and Poopdeck Pappy's poker game keeps being interrupted by a crying Swee' Pea. Poopdeck wants to spank him, but Popeye opts for trying to use psychology. The film was animated by Joe Oriolo and Bill Nolan and released on 7/11/41. This is rare artwork for a studio publicity lobby card, one sheet, or promotional materials for this short. The initial working title was Bringing Up Baby. Original detailed graphite and red pencil artwork on 3- peghole 12 field animation sheet. This rare alternative title artwork is labeled P-10-8 in upper right. Great character images of 4" - 6". Minor handling and edge wear and tear. Overall condition is Good.
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