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    Corny Concerto Production Drawing Group (Warner Brothers, 1943). Here are a pair of terrific animation drawings from Corny Concerto, Bob Clampett parody of Disney's Fantasia, which was written by Frank Tashlin and animated by Robert McKimson. This hilarious short had two musical sections, "Blue Danube," and "Tales From Vienna Woods." Includes an animation drawing of Bugs Bunny (paper is trimmed to 10" x 3") in graphite with red and blue highlights, and a 12 field animation drawing of a swan (#171 in corner, swan is 4" x 4"), in graphite and blue pencil. An extra hole was added to secure the paper in a binder. In Very Good condition. It is very rare to find any production artwork from this film.

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