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    Disney Studio Gag Drawing Group (Walt Disney, 1930s-50s). Pair of animator gags, one featuring Walt Disney himself. In it, Walt pops up out of a square hole in the ground with a sign reading "Disney's Inferno" and holding a pitchfork; he says, "Hi Kids! Want to Get Into the Cartoon Business?". Graphite and red pencil on 12-field, 3-peghole animation paper. The other shows an animator checking a long piece of film, saying, "Uh-h Le's See. This Week I Done 3 Feet 4 Holes" and the drawing is captioned "Footage" Man. Graphite with red pencil highlights Tack holes and edge wear with tape one piece. Good condition.

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    November, 2013
    20th-24th Wednesday-Sunday
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