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DescriptionLifting AT&T Training Film Storyboard Group of 6 (Graphic Films, c. 1950s/60s). Six pages of thumbnail storyboards for an AT&T training film on Lifting. The top border reads "AT&T 'Lifting' -- Paul Julian Script." Paul Julian was a longtime Warner Brothers background artist as well as the voice of the Road Runner (BEEP BEEP!). These beautiful thumbnail/storyboards for an animated training film have an overview of notes from the hand of Lester Novros. He writes, "First thoughts for script continuity: Film for American Telephone and Telegraph Company," "A Safety Film titled 'Lifting'" and finally, "Facts About Backs." This is a great look into the work of Lester Novros and Graphic Films. Minor handling and edge wear. Overall Very Good condition.
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