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    The Art of Disneyland "Little Toot - Canal Boat" Poster (Walt Disney, c. 1990-2000s). A wonderful poster from Disneyland featuring concept art from the 1954 animated short, Little Toot. The original artwork was by Art Director Bruce Bushman (1911 - 1972), the son of silent-film star Francis X. Bushman. In 1936, Bruce was hired by Walt Disney Studios as a layout artist, eventually working his way up to art director; among the projects he worked on was Fantasia in 1940. Mr. Bushman was one of the original Imagineers designing attraction which include Storybook Land. This gorgeous poster was originally sold at the Disney Gallery in New Orleans Square above the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. The poster measures 27" x 29". The poster is rolled, in Very Good condition.


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    8th-10th Thursday-Saturday
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