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    The Bullwinkle Show Production Drawings Group (Jay Ward, 1961). The new Oxberry Press book, on the art of Jay Ward Productions, really highlights how good this studio's artwork was, and how rare it is to find originals. Here is a fantastic in-studio gag drawing of Natasha dancing with studio artist Ernie Terrazos, while Boris watches on, angrily. Done on 12 field animation paper in graphite, with black, blue, yellow and red pencil. A great drawing! Minor edge wear and stains, away from image. Also included are three model drawings on two pieces of paper. One is marked "Bacon" (perhaps Sir Francis Bacon?) and the other trimmed drawing has "Butcher p-55 Carnicero" marked on it, while the drawing on the reverse side looks like a military officer of some sort. All three character drawings are pure Jay ward Studios! In Very Good condition.

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