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    Foxy Duckling Publicity Drawing Original Art (Warner Brothers, 1947). Art Davis directed this 1940s Warner Brothers theatrical short, featuring an insomniac fox who believes he needs duck feathers for his pillow to finally be able to sleep. It was released on 8/23/47. This is an original preliminary graphite drawing on 12 field 2-peghole animation paper of the artwork for an 8" x 10" Studio Publicity photo. "A Merry Melodies Cartoon in Technicolor" is written in the drawing. Nice image sizes of 3" and 5". This is very rare original hand-drawn studio publicity artwork. Minor handling and edge wear; some tape on border from a previous framing. Very Good condition.

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