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    Moose Hunters Donald Duck Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1937).
    Moose Hunters is an animated short subject film produced by Walt Disney and released on 2/20/37. The short features a voice cast which includes Walt Disney as Mickey, Clarence Nash as Donald, and Pinto Colvig as Goofy. Disguised as a moose, Goofy and Donald dance with a male moose, succeeding in getting him to follow them; unfortunately, the Donald half of the moose falls off a cliff and lands on an angry bee. This drawing is from that sequence and can be seen around the 4:45 mark. The piece was hand-drawn in graphite with colored pencil highlights on 12 field 5-peghole animation paper. The image area measures 8" x 4" with the number 103 written in the lower right corner. This vintage animation art is in Very Good condition with minor paper toning due to the age of the piece.

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