Touchdown Mickey Mickey Mouse Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1932). There's great gridiron action in this pair of original 12 field 2-peghole animation drawings, from the short directed by Wilfred Jackson, first shown in theaters on 10/15/32. This was one of Mickey's earliest sports-themed shorts, and we believe it to be the first to feature football, back before the sport became as popular as it is today. In the first drawing, Mickey picks himself up out of the mud, with only seconds left to play. The art is in graphite with an image measuring 5.5" wide by 3" tall; the number 9 is written in the lower right corner. The second item is a color model drawing of one of the Alley Cats opposing team; it's in graphite with red and blue pencils, and an image measuring 3.5" wide by 3.25" tall, including the shadow. This page is noted as 32X in the lower right. Overall condition is Very Good with minor handling and edge wear, plus some paper toning on the Alley Cats page.

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