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    The Riveter Donald Duck Animation Drawings Group of 3 (Walt Disney, 1940). Donald's first day as a riveter goes south when he kicks his machine in frustration, only for his foot to get stuck and the machine to send him bouncing through the construction site in this short directed by Dick Lundy. These three pages depict a sequence where Donald, foot stuck in the riveting machine, passes an unfortunate pig construction worker and bolts the pig's pants to the steel beam. They are drawn in graphite on 12-field, 5 peg animation paper. The image of Donald and the machine measures 4" x 8" on the first page, 4" x 6" on the second, and 4.25" x 9" on the third. The numbers on the bottom right of each page are 50, 55, and 56 respectively. Fine condition.

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