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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Forest Animals Animation Roughs Group of 12 (Walt Disney, 1937). "Let's see what's upstairs. Oh what adorable little beds! And look... they have their names carved on them. What funny names for children!" says Snow White as she and the forest animals make their way up the dwarf's cottage stairs to the bedroom for the first time. This is an interesting lot of twelve 16 field 5-peghole rough animation drawings of the forest animals with Snow White. Graphite with red highlights, with eight to ten forest animals in each drawing. Pages are numbered on the bottom right corners: 43A, 47A, 48A, 49A, 51A, 52A, 53A, 55A, 64A, 65A, 67A, and 68A. Graphite and red pencil highlights in the lower portion of the paper. Minor handling and edge wear. Good condition. From the Cecil Beard Estate.

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