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    Roy Williams Gag Sketches Group of 43 (c. 1950s). Roy Williams was known as "Big Roy" during the four seasons of The Mickey Mouse Club, but he was also a Disney animator and designer. In this capacity he traveled as a goodwill ambassador for Disney Studios and made public apperances around the country. The sketches in this group are on scraps of paper, back of telegram slips, Disneyland/Roy Williams sketch pad paper, as well as many on the back of restaurant paper placemats and hotel stationery from around the world. These sketches appear to be produced in Conte crayon and vary in size. Several of the images and subjects are adult in nature. From the personal collection of former Vice President of Publicity Robert Dorfman. In Fine condition.

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