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    Sleeping Beauty Storyboard/Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1959). "But before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she will prick her finger on a spinning wheel!" So says Maleficent as she stands in the castle before the King and Queen, and the three good fairies. As she says this, she is rubbing the top of her scepter. The top turns green and we see bats and ghouls come flying out from the rotating ball of green. This is the exact hand-painted storyboard of the creepy things flying out. Painted in gouache on board measuring 9.25" x 17", with a clear cel on top marked 2982. The back of the artwork is stamped "Return this Material to Art Props Dept." One of the single most unique pieces of concept art we have seen from this film. Pin holes in corners. Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
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