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    Song of the South Storyboard Drawings Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1946). Bill Peet, Ralph Wright, and George Stallings all worked on the story for Song of the South. This is a set of two rare original storyboards from this film, based on the tales of Uncle Remus. These are beautiful graphite and pastel drawings, believed to be from the very early development stage by an unknown artist; the first is of Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear. Paper is 7" x 5", with #26 written in the bottom right, and pinholes in the corners. The second storyboard is a great one of Br'er Rabbit with the Tar Baby, drawn in pastels and graphite on 6" x 5" paper, with pinholes in the corners. Artwork from this film is highly coveted and always hard to find. Both drawings exhibit minor handling; overall condition is Very Good.

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