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DescriptionThe Dizzy Acrobat Woody Woodpecker Layout Drawing (Walter Lantz, 1943). Woody goes to the circus in the eighth short of his film series. In this great original 12 field 2-peghole layout drawing, Woody is about to enjoy a 4-dip ice cream cone (as seen at the 2:09 mark in the short); too bad most of it will wind up on top of his head! Alex Lovy directed this "green-eyed" Woody Woodpecker short, which was first seen by wartime audiences on 5/21/1943. Art is in graphite with red and green pencil highlights; Woody's image size is approximately 3.25". The number 14 is written in the upper border area. A screen grab print of Woody with his ice cream is included. Art condition is Very Good with minor graphite smudges (away from the image) and mild handling wear.
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