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    Pinocchio Storyboard Art Group of 5 (Walt Disney, 1940). "Gee... what a big place!" says Pinocchio when he lands to the bottom of the ocean, with a rock tied to his tail to keep him from floating up. This is a rare series of five original studio storyboards showcasing the sea creatures Pinocchio meets when he first goes to the bottom of the ocean -- sea horse, clam, even a Pleasure Island donkey boy. Art is in graphite with red and green pencil highlights on 9" x 7" storyboard paper. Pinocchio is in three of the storyboards. Minor handling and edge wear, pinholes in corners, otherwise Fine condition.

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    Bidding Begins Approx.
    May
    29th Tuesday
    Auction Dates
    June
    16th Saturday
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    38 Days
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