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    The Three Little Pigs Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1933).
    "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? The Big Bad Wolf...the Big Bad Wolf...Ta, la, la la la...." This historic short was directed by Bert Gillett and released on 5/27/33. It went on to win the Academy Award for Best Cartoon Short. It also was number 11 in Jerry Beck's outstanding book, The Fifty Greatest Cartoons. Further accolades in 2007 had this cartoon being selected for Preservation for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. This film proved so popular, that three more Silly Symphony Three Pigs cartoon were produced in the 1930's. This is a rare Tom Wood Publicity drawing of Fifer Pig with his flute, and Fiddler Pig with his violin, both are singing the hit song Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf. Tom Wood (1887 - 1940) was head of the Disney Publicity Art Department. He began with the studio in 1932. This outstanding studio publicity drawing is done in graphite on trimmed paper of 12" x 9.5". Great full figure images of 5". Most all artwork on the market is from the latter three shorts, released after the original. Minor handling, very light crease from a previous fold in center. Overall Good condition.

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