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DescriptionOrphan's Benefit Donald Duck Production Drawing Animation Art (Disney, 1934). Donald Duck recites "Mary Had a Little Lamb" for a theater full of unruly orphans in this original drawing from the B&W short directed by Bert Gillett, and 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; this was the cartoon that established his easily-provoked temper. Art is in graphite on a 12 field, 5-peghole sheet of animation paper numbered 191 directly below Donald, and 192 in the lower right; the image measures 3.5". Fine condition with light handling wear.
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