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    Peanuts The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show Production Drawings Set of 8 (Bill Melendez, 1983). It was widely known that Charles Schulz worked very closely on this show which used Peanuts comic strips to derive their stories. Here we find Charlie Brown playing with a cylinder wheel and Snoopy joining in on the fun. Of course the ending is not always pretty as we see in this amazing set drawings. This is a rare set of eight layout drawings created using graphite and blue pencil on 12 field, 3-peghole animation paper. Story/concept art of this nature from any of the Charlie Brown and Peanuts animated projects is very rare. These superb images measure 3" and 4". Minor handling an edge wear; artwork is in Very Good condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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