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    Pinocchio Jiminy Cricket Storyboard Art (Walt Disney, 1940). "Hey we're free. Come on, Pinoke!" This is an original studio storyboard/concept artwork of Jiminy Cricket after the Blue Fairy has arrived. This was while Pinocchio was locked up in the birdcage in Stromboli's wagon. The Blue Fairy gave him one more chance! Detailed graphite art with slight blue pencil highlights on 9" x 7" paper. The storyboard paper is taped to a 12 field 5-peghole animation sheet. This piece was originally sold through the Courvoisier Art program; the original WDP stamp is on the bottom border. Dialogue above the board of "Hey! We're Free!" is written in on another paper piece taped to the board. It is numbered 105, twice, including the original sequence number in the lower right corner. Jiminy is a great 5" image. Tape on borders; Fine condition.

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