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DescriptionSong of the South Br'er Bear and Br'er Fox Storyboard Drawing (Walt Disney, 1946). Br'er Fox shushes Br'er Bear in this original storyboard drawing. This image, though reversed in the final production, is part of one of the key scenes in the film and appears around the 50:00 mark where Br'er Rabbit falls for Br'er Fox's trap. It's a fantastic image of the two bungling villains rendered in graphite and pastel on paper stapled to backing board. Original art from this animated / live-action film is exceptionally rare and storyboard art of this quality is rarer still. The art is framed under glass with a mat opening of 8" x 6" in a 14.5" x 12.5" frame. The paper shows tanning and there is a staple visible in the upper right corner. Condition is Very Good and the frame is sold as-is.
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