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    Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin Lobby Cards Group of 20 (Walt Disney, 1991-92) These two films were released in the middle of Disney's string of successes in the early nineties, when it seemed that everything the company touched turned to gold. Each new feature seemed to top the last in terms of success and quality. Aladdin followed 1991's Beauty and the Beast by just one year, and although the two films are graphically and stylistically very different, they still adhere to the tried-and-true Disney formula of top-notch art, wonderful storytelling, and smash hit scores. Wonderful scenes from both films, including some images we are not used to seeing! There are twelve oversized French-release lobby cards from Beauty and the Beast (16" x 12") and eight American cards from Aladdin (14" x 11"), any of which would be suitable for framing. Both sets are in Fine condition.

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    April, 2017
    16th Sunday
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