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DescriptionDaffy's Southern Exposure Daffy Duck Animation Drawings Sequence of 5 (Warner Brothers, 1943). In this Looney Tune short directed by Norman McCabe, Daffy, upon seeing an ad featuring a scantily-clad Snow Queen, decides he'd like to "check up on this winter business" and flies north for the winter. Once there he runs into a fox and a weasel who have been subsisting on nothing but beans and eagerly welcome the delicious duck into their shack. This is a sequence of original animation drawings of Daffy eating beans from this cartoon. Each of the five graphite drawings showcases a 6" x 4.5" rendering in 12 field 2-peghole paper and are numbered 2, 9, 27, 49, and 54 respectively. While this sequence didn't make it into the final film, the drawings are exceptional and depict Daffy as he appeared during the Golden Age of Animation. The paper exhibits light handling and toning. Condition is Very Good. From the Rev Chaney Archives.
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