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DescriptionThumbelina Painted Storyboard Art Group of 15 (Don Bluth, 1994). Here's a bundle of beautifully rendered, hand-painted storyboards from this popular Don Bluth-directed/produced animated feature, based on the famous Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. This animated film starred the voices of a number of well-known personalities, including Gilbert Gottfried, Carol Channing, John Hurt, Charo, and the First Lady of Animation, Miss June Foray. This enormous collection of original storyboards are painted in gouache on boards, with sizes ranging from 7.5" x 4.75" up to 11" x 8.5". Most include a protective acetate overlay. Minor handling wear. Overall condition is Very Good.
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