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DescriptionThe Dognapper Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Animation Drawings Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1934). Pair of exceptional 12 field 2-peghole animation drawings of Mickey Mouse and a very long-billed Donald Duck. Mickey and Donald were motorcycle cops in this short, chasing Peg Leg Pete, who was "The Dognapper." The Donald drawing is from the :54 mark, when he is writing down the description of the dognapper off his radio. Mickey's drawing is from the buzz saw segment, around 5:16. This cartoon, directed by David Hand, was only the third theatrical short to feature Donald Duck. It was released to theaters on 11/17/34. Mickey is graphite image of 3" while Donald is 4". Minor handling and edge wear; Fine condition.
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