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    Pinocchio Geppetto's Boat Pan Layout Drawing Original Art (Walt Disney, 1940). "The Art of Disney" is well represented with this lot: an amazing pan layout drawing of the interior of Geppetto's boat as it lies in the belly of Monstro. The highly detailed art is in graphite on pan animation sheet measuring 35" x 12". Potbelly stove, portholes, overhead beams, and workbench are all seen in this room. Several sheets of paper have been taped together, cut out, and shaped to showcase this brilliant piece of artwork. Bottom border has notes indicating Scenes 52 and 53. Minor handling, fold, and edge wear; Good condition.

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    Bidding Begins Approx.
    November
    19th Monday
    Auction Dates
    December
    8th Saturday
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    29 Days
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