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    Trader Mickey Pluto and Native Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1932). The cannibals add dog and mouse to their culinary repertoire in this vintage Disney cartoon. The black and white theatrical short was directed by David Hand and released on 8/26/32. This single original animation drawing is actually an art props setup comprised of three graphite drawings assembled on one sheet of 12 field 2-peghole paper. Pluto is original to the full sheet while both the flames and native are meticulously trimmed to the images and mounted to the paper to complete the scene at the 2:38 mark. It's a fantastic production piece featuring one of Disney's fab five that dates back almost 90 years. Minor handling and toning. Condition is Very Good.


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