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    Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too Tigger Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1974). "The wonderful thing about Tiggers, Tiggers are wonderful things; their tops are made out of rubber, their bottoms are made out of springs!" A very expressive 16 field animation drawing of Tigger (voiced by the great Paul Winchell) on top of one of his bounced subjects. This is the classic pose! The drawing is in graphite, with a large image size of 7", with #27 written in the bottom right corner. Production drawings from the Winnie the Pooh theatrical shorts of this quality are considered very rare! Minor handling and edge wear; Fine condition.

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    May
    29th Tuesday
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    June
    16th Saturday
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