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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dream Sequence Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1937). Much like Cinderella, this film had a dream sequence that was not used in the final cut. This is one of the only pieces of production artwork from this sequence we have ever seen. Two 16 field 5-peghole animation drawings are taped together on the back to form a 12.5" x 30" pan layout drawing of the castle in the distance among the clouds. The graphite detail is amazing. There are pinholes in the corners and minor handling and edge wear, with tape on the back. "Unit C" is stamped in the bottom margin. The detail of the graphite drawing with the castle in the distance is simply amazing! Fine condition.

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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