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    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Droopy Animation Drawings (Walt Disney, 1988). Two production drawings of Droopy as an elevator operator. In the first, he recreates his famous bit from the classic Tex Avery MGM shorts, in which he holds up a sign informing the audience of another character's "stupidity." In the second drawing, we've got a large (8" tall) over-the-shoulder P.O.V. shot of Droopy. "Your floor, Sir..." Drawings have handling and edge wear. Small tear on bottom left peghole in first drawing of Droopy; image unaffected. Otherwise in Fine condition.

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    January, 2017
    15th Sunday
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