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    Walt Peregoy "Gondola/It's a Small World" Gag Drawings Original Art (Walt Disney, c. 1970s-80s). Walt Disney artists can have a biting sense of humor. This appears to be a stinging parody of the Walt Disney Theme Park "Small World" Ride from the hand of Walt Peregoy. It showcases a detailed painting of a gondola taking tourists past a Chinese Dragon held up by little children. Underneath the painting is four sketches showing how the dragon pushes all these children to the ground. The gondola has a Donald Duck head. Little is known about this very funny parody artwork of "It's a Small World." There are five pieces of artwork mounted to overall board of 23" x 30". Main painting is 14" x 17". The four gag panels underneath are 9" x 5". Minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition. From the Walt Peregoy Archives.

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