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    The Rescuers Madame Medusa and Mr. Snoops Storyboard Drawing by Milt Kahl (Walt Disney, 1977). One of "Walt's Nine Old Men," Milt Kahl was the directing animator for Madam Medusa and the artwork in this original storyboard is attributed to him. The two drawings feature this fabulous Disney villain voiced by Geraldine Page, as she instructs her sidekick Mr. Snoops on how to trap a child; this scene can be viewed around the 51:00 mark. The wonderfully loose drawings are rendered in ink and measure approximately 15" x 6" on 16 field paper and include dialogue and direction notes. The success of this film was a turning point for Disney studios and was the first to spawn a sequel (The Rescuers Down Under). The paper shows pinholes and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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