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    Pinocchio Jiminy Cricket Layout Drawing and Studio Model Sheets Group (Walt Disney, 1940). "Take the straight and narrow path but if you start to slide, give a little whistle... give a little whistle, and always let your conscience be your guide!" sings Jiminy Cricket in the classic "Give a Little Whistle" song sequence! This is a rare layout drawing of effects for the scene where Jiminy Cricket goes down the violin strings. Great 16 field 5-peghole layout drawing. Notes read, "See Claude Coats Background Dept." Drawing reads Sc 18 Seq 1-6. Matted with an opening size of 15" x 12", and framed with glass for an overall size of 21.25" x 18". The lot also comes with five animator's model sheets printed on photographic paper. These are important documents in the Disney animation process. Two are early character development sheets of Jiminy, while the other three include two of Jiminy's later design, and one of Pinocchio. Very Good condition on all.

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