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    Robert McKimson Production Drawing Group (Warner Brothers, c. 1950s-60s). There are six drawings in this lot; one animators model sheet of various people from the 1954 short Wild Wife, red pencil on 12-field 2-peghole paper; a layout drawing of two children marked SC 1280, drawn on 12-field 2-peghole paper in graphite with red, blue and yellow highlights, also from Wild Wife; a very detailed layout of a kitchen on 12-field 2-peghole animation paper, graphite with blue pencil highlights; an original 16-field drawing of Junior from the 1950 theatrical short Pop' em Pop: a 16-field animation drawing of Foghorn Leghorn from an unknown McKimson short; and a trimmed 16-field animation drawing of the Charles Laughton-like Captain from the McKimson-directed short Good Noose. All six are in Fine condition with minor handling.

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    July, 2014
    13th Sunday
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