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    Lady and the Tramp Peg Animation Drawings Group of 7 (Walt Disney, 1955). "He's a Tramp, but I love him. Breaks a new heart every day. He's a Tramp, they adore him. And I only hope he'll say that way!" Peg sings this to Lady and the Pound Dogs when the subject of Tramp comes up. Peg was voiced by Peggy Lee, who did her talking and singing voice. Peggy Lee also wrote the lyrics to "He's a Tramp" with Sonny Burke. Disney Legend Inductee and one of "Walt's Nine Old Men," Eric Larson, did a great deal of animation on Peg. This is a series of seven 16 field animation roughs of Peg, drawn in graphite and brown pencil, with nice large images of 6" - 8". Six are matted and one is loose. Really unbelievable selection of art of this character! Mats are sold as-is. Artwork has minor handling and edge wear; Good overall condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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