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DescriptionThe Klondike Kid Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1932). "Hello... who are you?" asks Mickey to a cold, homeless Minnie, who replies, "NOBODY!" This is an outstanding original 12 field animation drawing of Mickey Mouse feeding Minnie Mouse soup after he rescues her from the snow. It can be seen around the 2:21 mark into the short, which was directed by Wilfred Jackson and released on 11/12/32. Mickey plays a bar-room piano player, and Peg Leg Pete portrays the cartoon's villain. It's Mickey to the rescue once again! Great heartfelt image in graphite, with a size of 3" x 5" overall. Minor handling and edge wear; Fine condition.
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