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    Song of the South Br'er Rabbit Original Storyboard Art by Bill Peet (Walt Disney, 1946). An original storyboard depicting Br'er Rabbit from Song of the South. The storyboard is attributed to the hand of Disney illustrator and story writer, Bill Peet (1915 – 2002). Here is a superb storyboard illustration rendered in Conti crayon on 8.25" x 6" illustration paper. The storyboard has been stapled to a larger black card of 9" x 8". A storyboard is a graphic organizer that consists of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing a motion picture, animated feature film or cartoon short. This is mainly used for planning the production. Things like type of camera shot, angle and blocking of characters are decided. An extraordinarily rare storyboard from Bill Peet who joined Disney in 1937. In 1981 he received the Winsor McCay Award and in 1991 he was inducted into Disney's hall of fame program as an official Disney Legend. Peet's artwork is in Very Good condition.

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