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    The Three Little Wolves Three Little Pigs Animation Rough and Clean-Up Drawing Group (Walt Disney, 1936). "Someday the wolf will get you, then you'll really be in a fix. You'll blow that horn, and I'll think it's one of your tricks!" says Practical Pig to Fifer and Fiddle Pig. This is from the third Silly Symphony "Three Little Pigs" cartoon, directed by Dave Hand. It was released on 4/18/36. This is a rare 12 field 5-peghole original rough animation drawing of all THREE Little Pigs by Grim Natwick, with the matching clean-up version matted below it. This was originally sold in 1992 at the "Les Clark Estate Sale." In graphite with brown and red highlights, with great full-figure images of 4" and 5". Rare to have rough and clean-up together. Matted together with a double aperture; overall mat size is 16" x 22". Minor handling. Very Good condition.

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