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    The Big Bad Wolf Layout Drawing (Walt Disney, 1934). In 1934, Burt Gillett directed this sequel to Disney's smash hit, The Three Little Pigs. In this short, the titular Big Bad Wolf (whose real name is "Zeke Midas Wolf") meets up with Little Red Riding Hood. This is a rare original 12 field 2-peghole layout drawing of Fifer and Fiddle Pig running "through the daisies" (where they scare two rabbits). It can be seen near the 4:48 mark into the short. Notes on bottom read, "Pigs run thru daises." It also notes "Ham" (Ham Luske) as animator. Bottom border is marked "Sc 26". Excellent - and very detailed - graphite drawing of the woods, with our Pigs ghosted-in in light blue-colored pencil. There are red highlights on the flowers. Minor handling and edge wear. In Good condition.

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