Song of the South (1946)|
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit.
Brer Rabbit dances down the road just as sassy as a jay bird when he passes by the Tar Baby and sings out, “How do you do!” Brer Rabbit demands the Tar Baby answers back, but when he doesn’t Brer Rabbit falls for Brer Bear and Brer Fox's cunning trick.
The artwork measures 5" x 7".
There is evidence of pin holes at all four corners. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. The storyboard has been mounted on foam board and then the back of the foam board is affixed to a 5.5" x 8.5" white paper.