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    Ye Olden Days Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1933).
    Mickey Mouse is introduced as "Ye Wandering Minstrel" and Minnie Mouse is "Ye Princess," in the beginning of this cartoon short, a loose takeoff of the novel Ivanhoe. Here is the ultimate Mickey loves Minnie piece! This is an original graphite drawing on 12 field 2-peghole animation paper from the ending scene, where Minnie joins Mickey on his donkey and they kiss behind her fan. Great images of 3" - 3.5" in this rare sequence. The short was directed by Burt Gillett and released on 4/8/33. You can see this sequence at the ending of the short, around the 8:07 mark. The artwork is in a 20" x 18" frame with a mat opening of 11" x 8.5". Frame sold as-is. Very Good condition.


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    November, 2019
    27th Wednesday
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