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    The Autograph Hound Shirley Temple Animation Drawing and Background Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1939). "Now I got ya" says the studio security guard as he grabs Donald Duck. He then hears Shirley Temple yelling, "You leave him alone... he's Donald Duck!" She speaks out of a ship's porthole window at 7:44 into the Jack King directed short. This is the background layout drawing for that porthole scene. Detail graphite background layout drawing on 12 field 5-peghole animation paper. The blue note sheet is attached. Also a rare 12 field 5-peghole animation drawing of Shirley Temple from this exact scene, saying the dialogue, is included. The exquisitely detailed background and the animation drawing together make up a Key Master type pencil drawing set up! Shirley Temple is 3". This is scene 66.5 from the last of the Disney shorts using the Golden Age of Hollywood stars. Minor handling and edge wear; Fine condition.

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