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    Ye Olden Days Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Animation (Walt Disney, 1933). Minstrel Mickey and Princess Minnie are making their escape from the castle tower on a rope made of clothing and are just about to find themselves trapped in a pair of long underwear. This is a wonderfully dramatic production drawing from director Burt Gillett's homage to Ivanhoe. The image measures 9" x 4" and is rendered in graphite on 12 field, 2-peghole animation paper which is numbered 53 in the lower right corner. The paper shows light tanning, minor handling and a small fold in the upper left corner; otherwise Condition is Fine

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    October, 2018
    14th Sunday
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