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    Self-Control Donald Duck Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1938). The mantra in this classic Donald Duck short was "Always remember to count to ten when your anger rises." It was directed by Jack King, from a story by Carl Barks with animation by Jack Hannah. This outstanding graphite drawing with red and green highlights of Donald trying not to blow his top after a pesky woodpecker has destroyed his hat... and his afternoon. It measures 4.25" x 4.25" on 12 field 5 peghole animation paper with a props department stamp and the number 209 in the bottom right corner. It's a wonderful, large image of the quick-tempered Donald from the end of this classic Disney cartoon. The paper shows light handling, otherwise Condition is Fine.

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    September, 2018
    16th Sunday
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