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    Mother Goose Goes Hollywood Laurel and Hardy Storyboard Drawing (Walt Disney, 1938). Stan is Simple Simon to Ollie's Pieman, in this wonderful original storyboard drawing. Mother Goose Goes Hollywood showcased caricatures of many Hollywood celebrities, based on designs by T. Hee. The short was released on 12/23/38, and directed by Wilfred Jackson. This storyboard drawing, created as the writers plotted the cartoon, is in red and yellow pencil on paper measuring 9" x 7.75". The image area measures approximately 7" x 5.5", noted in the lower right as number 79. In Very Good condition, with mild handling wear and pinholes in the outer border corners. L&H fans, better bid, or you'll find yourself in another fine mess!

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    September, 2017
    3rd Sunday
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