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    Orphan's Benefit Donald Duck Animation Drawing (Disney, 1934). Donald Duck loses his temper while trying to recite "Little Boy Blue" in this B&W short directed by Bert Gillett, released to theaters on 8/11/34 (it was remade in color in 1941). This was Donald's first appearance in a Mickey Mouse short, and his second film appearance overall. It was also the cartoon that established his prickly disposition. The image is on 12-field, 5 peg hole animation paper, measures 4" x 4", and is rendered in graphite with the number 78 written in the lower right. This is a very rare, long-billed Donald. The piece shows minor handling; otherwise Condition is Fine.

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    22nd Sunday 5:50 pm CT
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    (Lots 14001-14893) - 6:00 PM Central Time, Sunday, July 22, 2018.
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