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    Thumbelina Studio Model Sheet Group of 168+ (Don Bluth Studios, 1994). An unbelievably massive collection of printed studio model sheets for the 1994 Don Bluth film Thumbelina, this incredible set of over 168 could fill a substantial book. An exciting look into the behind-the-scenes process of animation and character design, this .75" stack of papers is a treasure trove of art used to guide the animators of Don Bluth's sixth directorial effort. Thumbelina, released to theaters in 1994, was adapted from the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name and was the first Don Bluth film to have songs composed by Barry Manilow. This rare and enormous set of 12 field 2-peghole sheets shows minor handling wear, and the condition overall is Very Good. The sheets are bound with a binding clip.


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    October, 2020
    18th-19th Sunday-Monday
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