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    The Land Before Time Dinosaurs Storyboard Original Art Group of 5 (Amblin/Lucasfilm/Don Bluth, 1988). This animated feature film was a huge box office hit. It told the story of Littlefoot and his friends Cera, Ducky, Petrie, and Spike trying to make their way to the Green Valley and avoiding the T-Rex, Sharptooth. This is a rare set of five early story sketches/storyboards of the Long Necks and other dinosaurs running in fear from a menacing Sharptooth. Art is attributed directly to the hand of the film's director, Don Bluth. Detailed graphite art on 8.5" x 11" paper, in a terrific sequence of five. Pinholes in corners and minor handling. Very Good condition.

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