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    Giantland Mickey Mouse and Giant Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1933). Mickey finds himself in the giant's mouth at dinnertime, trying hard not to get chewed up in this outstanding pair of original 12-field, 2 peg hole animation drawings. Burt Gillett directed this "Jack in the Beanstalk" cartoon short, released on 11/25/33. This scene with Mickey tumbling around is in graphite, can be viewed around the 4:07 mark. Mickey's figure size is about 2.5". The second drawing is the interior of the giant's mouth, which can be seen at the 4:08 mark; it's rendered in graphite with blue, red, and green pencil highlights. The art has a green pencil frame, which measures 8" x 5.75"; the drawing extends slightly past this. Mickey drawing is noted as 76, while the giant's mouth is marked 5. Paper toning on the giant drawing, with reinforced pegholes, and minor handing wear on both; Very Good condition.

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