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    The Fox and the Hound Bear Animation Drawing by Glen Keane (Walt Disney, 1981). The most dramatic scene in this film is the climax of Tod's fight with the Bear. This scene was animated by Glen Keane. He was said to have kept a Bear skeleton statue by his desk for inspiration to this scene. Mr Keane is a Disney Legend, who was inducted in 2013. He is also a recipient of the 1992 Annie Award, the 2007 Winsor McCay Award as well as an Academy Award for his work on the animated short "Dear Basketball" in 2018. This is an exceptional 16 field animation drawing of the Bear from the Tod fight scene, from the hand of Mr. Glen Keane. Art is in graphite on 16 field animation paper, with a great large image measuring 10" x 8". Matted with an opening of 15" x 11", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 22" x 19". Frame is sold as-is. Minor handling on drawing. Very Good condition.

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