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    Cinderella Prince Charming and Cinderella Dancing Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1950).
    The Prince, who had rejected every other girl at the ball, immediately falls in love with Cinderella the moment the two begin to dance. Here is that precious moment, in an original 16 field animation rough drawing. The full-figure image of the Prince and his new love are rendered in graphite and brown pencil, with an overall image size of 5.25" x 6.5". The animation paper has some brown pencil swirls to the left, and a small timing chart in the upper right; a circled note says "girl body even" below the chart. The number 67 is in the lower right corner. Condition is Very Good with minor handling wear.


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