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    Goofy's Freeway Troubles Goofy Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1965). This was an educational short released on September 22, 1965 and was the last cartoon in Goofy's starring series until How to Hook Up Your Home Theater released in 2007. It is considered a sequel of sorts to Freewayphobia, which has a similar focus on freeway safety. Here's an original animation drawing of Goofy just after his convertible is caught in a rainstorm at the 11:25 mark in this cartoon directed by Les Clark. It's a great 4.5" x 5" image of The Goof drawn in graphite on 12 field animation paper. The art is framed under glass with a mat opening of 9" x 7" in a 15" x 15" frame. Very Good condition with minor handling wear. Frame is sold as-is.

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    November
    25th Monday
    Auction Dates
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