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    The Little Mermaid King Triton Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1989).
    "I consider myself a reasonable merman... I set certain rules and I expect those rules to be obeyed!" This is a fantastic production drawing of King Triton from Walt Disney's 28th animated feature film. The piece was created by Andreas Deja, who was the supervising animator of King Triton. The drawing is from the end of the film where King Triton transforms Ariel into a human so she can marry Prince Eric and live happily ever after. The artwork was rendered in graphite on 12 field, 3-peghole animation paper and signed by Andreas Deja. Fine condition.

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