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    Ye Olden Days King Production Drawing (Walt Disney, 1933). In this early Mickey Mouse short, the King of Palapezoo declares that his daughter, Princess Minnie will marry the Prince Dippy Dog (an early version of Goofy). She refuses and is banished to the tower jail with her lady in waiting, Clarabelle Cow. This short was directed by Burt Gillett and released on 4/8/33. This is an original layout drawing of the King as his servant brings him his feast and you can see this around the 4:37 mark. While this is going on, Mickey is busy effecting Princess Minnie's escape. It's rendered in graphite with red and blue highlights on 12 field 2-peghole paper and a stamp beneath the art marks it as Scene 31 with animators Ben and Fred. Minor handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good.

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