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    Lady and the Tramp Lady Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1955).
    Lady and the Tramp was the first animated feature filmed in the CinemaScope Widescreen film process. Lady and the Tramp was produced by Walt Disney and directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson and Hamilton Luske. The film was released on 6/22/55. Lady and the Tramp was named number 95 out of the "100 Greatest Love Stories of All Time" by the American Film Institute in their 100 years...100 Passions special. From Lady and the Tramp we have a wonderful production drawing of Lady. The image measures 4" tall, rendered in graphite on 16 field animation paper. The piece is noted as C-627 in the lower right corner. This is an adorable "eyes-wide-open" image of Lady in the center of the piece! Very mild age-related toning around the edges. Otherwise, Very Good condition.

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    November, 2019
    27th Wednesday
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