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    Song of the South Storyboard Group (Walt Disney, 1946). Set of 40 pages of rough storyboards that were photographed and printed on photographic paper. Six story boards per sheet. Interesting under key storyboard are the names Milt, Eric, and Marc. This could be supervising animators assign to specific scenes (Milt Kahl, Eric Larson and Marc Davis), who were all supervising animators on this film. The pages are bound at the end. Each page is 14" x 11", with a tear in top page only. Balance of 39 pages have curl, handling and edge wear. In Good condition. Important document in the making of this film.

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