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DescriptionModern Inventions Donald Duck Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1937). Top-hatted Donald takes a look around inside the Museum of Modern Marvels, in this original 12 field 5-peghole production drawing from the short released on 5/29/37. This cartoon is important on several points; it was director Jack King's first project after leaving Warner Brothers for Disney; and famed "Duck Man" Carl Barks made his first story contribution; both men would go on to have a long working relationship with Donald Duck. This great full-figure image of Donald is in graphite with red pencil highlights, and an image size of 4.5". The number 55 is written in the lower right corner. Fine condition.
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