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    The Art of Skiing Goofy Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1941). An hilarious 12 field, 5-peghole animation drawing of Goofy on skis, from the Jack Kinney-directed short that led to the Goofy "How To" series. The well-recognized voice of John Nucleic narrated. This was the very first Goofy short to use the "Goofy Holler." The short took place at the Sugar Bowl Ski Resort where, in real life, there is an actual Mount Disney! A great image of Goofy "standing" 7" tall. Done in graphite, with green and red pencil highlights. What an expression! Minor handling wear, otherwise in Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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