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    Mother Goose Goes Hollywood Clark Gable and George Arliss Storyboard (Walt Disney, 1938). Rare original early storyboard drawing of Clark Gable and George Arliss for a gag that was not used In the final cartoon. Wilfred Jackson directed this short, which received an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. In graphite with red and yellow highlights on 8" x 9" animation paper numbered "109". Characters are 4" and 5". A great look into the making of this important short. Matted to 14" x 12.5" and in Fine condition with pinholes in one corner.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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