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    Peter Pan Tinker Bell Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1953). Tinker Bell was brought to life by one of Walt's "Nine Old Men" and Disney Legend Inductee, Marc Davis. This may be the single best animation drawing of Tinker Bell we have ever come across. It has a huge, happy, full-figure image with wings in the classic Tink pose, measuring 7" x 4". She is rendered in graphite, with red pencil, on 12 field animation paper. Tink was so popular that she would go on to open virtually every Disneyland and Wonderful World of Color/Disney television show. Large Tinker Bell animation drawings from the feature film are considered extremely rare. The original drawing is accompanied by a Tinker Bell print signed by Marc Davis. Both pieces share a common glass-front frame measuring 16.5" x 19". The drawing shows minor handling wear, and condition is Fine.

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