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DescriptionSpring Festival Color Rhapsody Layout Drawings Group of 2 (Columbia, 1937). This seldom-seen Color Rhapsody short was directed by Ben Harrison, and released to theaters on 8/6/1937. It was included in the syndicated series Totally Tooned In, in Episode 47, but no videos are available online. We have two very rare pieces of background layout artwork created for the short, showing Mother Nature's home (in the trunk of a large tree) and the home of Mr. Groundhog, both shown as snow-covered -- this must be before Spring! These are 12 field 2-peghole drawings in graphite. The drawings are noted in the top peghole area as Sc 215 CR 27 and Sc 101 CR 27. Both have handling and edge wear, with paper toning and reinforced pegholes. Good condition.
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