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    My Little Buckaroo Animation/Story Drawings Group of 3 (Warner Brothers, 1938). "Calling all sheriffs, calling all sheriffs, be on the lookout for The Terror. That is all!" The opening of this cartoon was narrated by noted Looney Tunes writer, Tedd Pierce. The cartoon takes place in 1872, in a town called Boiled Beef, Texas and was directed by Friz Freleng. These are a series of three storyboard/animation drawings rendered in graphite with colored pencil on 12 field 2-peghole animation paper. The images featured are The Terror, The Little Buckaroo capturing the Terror, and the Overland Express horses who have leaped onto the stagecoach in fear, and they measure in a range of 4" - 8". The detail to these drawings is simply incredible. They are some of the nicest early Warner Brothers Studio animation art we have ever seen. All show minor handing wear; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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