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    Mickey's Gala Premier Mickey and Friends Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1933). This was the first cartoon in which Mickey Mouse interacted with humans. It's also the first cartoon to use the T. Hee-inspired caricatures of Hollywood celebrities. This is a great 12 field, 2-peghole animation drawing of the finale, at Grauman's Chinese Theater, when the stars Al Jolson, William Powell, Charlie Chaplin, Edward G. Robinson, Wallace Beery, Harry Langdon, and Adolph Menjou rush out to congratulate Mickey after his cartoon was just shown... and then Mickey wakes up to find out that it was all a dream! Directed by Burt Gillett, this short was released on July 1, 1933 and started a wave of Hollywood animated caricatures in animation. Mickey is 2.5" tall. A "343" is written in the bottom right corner. In Fine condition.

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