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DescriptionMickey's Amateurs Goofy Animation Drawings Group of 3 (Walt Disney, 1937). Mickey Mouse hosts an "Amateur Hour" radio talent show in this short. This is a rare sequence of three original 12 field 5-peghole animation drawings of Goofy as the one-man-band, playing the trumpet, trombone, and tuba in his rendition of "In the Good Old Summertime" song. This sequence can be seen at around the 6:25 mark. The short was directed by Pinto Colvig, Erdman Penner, and Walt Pheiffer, and released to theaters on 4/27/37. Graphite images with blue pencil highlights; with an image size of 7". Stunning detail to each of the three drawings. Minor edge wear and handling; Fine condition.
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