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    Draftee Daffy Daffy Duck Storyboard Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1945). This wartime short directed by Bob Clampett opens with the newspaper headlines "Yanks announce new victories on all war fronts". In this short, Daffy Duck does all he can to avoid the little man from the draft board. It's an early layout/storyboard drawing from the days when Daffy was truly daffy and bombs were round and black with hissing fuses. A similar image can be seen around the 5:06 mark in the short. The 4.5" tall image is rendered in graphite with blue and red highlights on 12 field 2-peghole animation paper SC 28 written in the top right and "Sudden Realization" beneath the image. The piece shows minor handling and edge wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2018
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