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    Pinocchio Gideon and J. Worthington Foulfellow Concept Drawing Group (Walt Disney, 1938). Pair of original concept sketches on 12 field 5-peghole animation paper featuring Gideon and J. Worthington Foulfellow created by Disney story and concept artist, Jack Miller in Conte crayon and pastel. Miller was part of Joe Grant's character model department and he received screen credit as "Character Designer" on Pinocchio. Notes indicate these drawings were created in 1938. The characters measure 5.75" x 4" and 5.5" x 7.25". Each piece is framed 14.75" x 12" and have been matted to a 10" x 7" image area. Some creasing; otherwise in Fine condition.

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