Steamboat Willie Mickey Mouse Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1928). Historic original 12 field 2 peghole animation drawing of Mickey Mouse playing the teeth of a cow from his first widely released debut short, Steamboat Willie. Drawn by Ub Iwerks (and directed by Walt Disney), this historic theatrical short premiered on November 18, 1928 in New York City at the Colony Theater. This film was listed as #13 in Jerry Beck's book 50 Greatest Cartoons, and also was selected for preservation by the US National Film Registry in 1998. This is the scene where Mickey is playing the teeth of a cow that is onboard the boat, to the tune of "Turkey in the Straw". You can see this at about the 6:30 mark into the short. Great smiling image of 4". The number "379" is in the bottom right corner, with "69 "circled on the page; a blue stamped number "374" is on the back of the paper. Minor handling and edge wear; overall Fine condition.

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