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DescriptionOn Ice Mickey Mouse Vintage Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1935).
On Ice is a color Mickey Mouse short released on 9/28/35. This Ben Sharpsteen-directed film features Mickey and his friends ice skating. It is notably one of only four shorts in the original run to feature all five members of the Fab Five; Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, and Minnie. The cartoon revolves around three different storylines that all take place on a frozen lake during wintertime. From On Ice we have a terrific Mickey Mouse drawing. You will find this image around the 1:58 time mark when Mickey attempts to jump over a long row of barrels in his effort to impress Minnie with his superior ice skating skills. The piece was rendered in graphite with red and blue pencil on 12 field, 5-peghole animation paper. The image area measures 7" x 7". The piece has notations by the animator. Two pegholes have been reinforced by the studio. Age-related toning. Otherwise, Very Good condition.
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