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DescriptionTrader Mickey Mickey Mouse and Native Chief Animation Drawings Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1932). A great pair of rare original 12 field 2-peghole animation drawings of Mickey Mouse and the Cannibal Chief, from the David Hand-directed short released on 8/10/32. The chief is reading the at-the-time popular joke magazine Ballyhoo; this can be seen at the 1:31 mark. The drawing of Mickey poking the chief who just swallowed the harmonica comes at the 4:30 mark. This Mickey and Pluto short featured the cannibals and Mickey playing musical instruments to the "Darktown Strutters Ball" song. Great graphite images of 3" and 5". Minor handling and edge wear; Fine condition.
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