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    The Klondike Kid Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1932). "Hello, who are you?" "Nobody." "Me too. Guess we're both nobodies!" Mickey saves a freezing Minnie Mouse from the blizzard outside, and warms her up by feeding her some hot soup. You can see this image at 2:17 mark into the short. This is an original 12 field 2-peghole animation drawing of Mickey and Minnie from this soup scene. A note on the drawing reads, "Klondike Kid, Fergy" (Norm Ferguson perhaps). Ink and paint color codes are written on this key drawing. Nice graphite images with red and green pencil highlights, and a combined image size of 6" x 3.75". Stunning artwork for a very early Mickey Mouse theatrical short, directed by Wilfred Jackson and released on 11/18/32. Minor handling and edge wear. Slight missing paper in middle of left border, nowhere near the artwork. Very Good condition.

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