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DescriptionZero the Hound Storyboard Original Art Group of 3 (Max Fleischer, 1941). Fleischer Studio fans and scholars, check this lot out! This is a rare group of three original storyboard drawings from the Animated Antic short, Zero the Hound. The cartoon was directed by Dave Fleischer, and released to theaters on 2/14/1941. This set of drawings from the studio that at one time rivaled Disney's popularity originally came from the estate of Fleischer staffer Tom Johnson, who was the main animator on this short. Art is in graphite and color pencils on 3-peghole animation paper measuring 11" x 8.5", with approximate image sizes of 6" x 4.5". The drawings are numbered 13, 49, and 122. Minor handling wear, with tack holes and mild paper toning. Very Good condition.
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