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Mickey Mouse animation Model Drawing
  Disney Studios (c. 1980s)
Model drawing of Mickey Mouse
Character notes in red. Note above character read "Never have the nose the same shape within 6 frames of each other - this adds additional entertainment value- especially if there's no acting in the scene to begin with." Note below left character reads "Ah, yes! Don't forget sausage fingers. Don't sweat things like this. After all we do have a deadline to meet!" Note below right character reads "Don’t worry about details let the clean-up people earn their money."
As is visible in the web image, both characters have been trimmed from its original paper and taped at the top and bottom to a new drawing paper with notes in red.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
US$ 300 (unframed).
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Tramp animation Merchandising Drawing
  Disney Studios (c. 1950s)
Merchandising drawing of Tramp and Jock and Pedro
This is a collection of four drawings. The characters Jock and two of Tramp are drawn on vellum and Pedro is drawn on paper.
There is color change around the outer edges of each piece and evidence of three pin holes halfway across the upper edge of the drawing with Pedro. These can be easily matted out. In the drawing with Pedro, there is evidence of slight folds and creases throughout which is common for studio-handled production material.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 6" h x 4" w.
US$ 450 (unframed).
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WDDMB378
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Donald Duck animation Production Drawing
  Disney Studios (c. 1950s)
Production drawing of Donald Duck
As seen in the image, there is a tonality difference around the character most likely from previous matting.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 5" h x 4.5" w.
US$ 125 (unframed).

WDDCS478
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1950
Chip the chipmunk animation Storyboard
  Out on a Limb (1950)
Storyboard of Chip the chipmunk and Dale the chipmunk
Filled with action, you can see something 'zinged' at them while they jump straight up at the same time with shock and amazement written all over their wide-eyed faces. This adorable storyboard measures 6" x 8.25". There is evidence of staple holes towards the extremes of each corner, which can be easily matted out. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
As visible in the image, there is very slight paper loss toward the extreme left edge. Also, as this is a pastel drawing, there is slight evidence of smudging.
The character size is 4" h x 6" w.
 (unframed).

WDDCS35



1952
Goofy animation Production Drawing
  Two Gun Goofy (1952)
Production drawing of Goofy
The drawing has been trimmed of its peg holes to measure 8.5" x 11.0". Inscription at the lower right corner reads " IS ELLIS 1950."
The upper edge has some minor tears caused by the trimming and can be easily matted out. There are a few minor creases of 0.5" across the pieces.
The character size is 5.5" h x 5.5" w.
US$ 200 (unframed).

WDDCS471
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1953
Amos Mouse animation Storyboard
  Ben and Me (1953)
Storyboard of Amos Mouse and Ben from Ben and Me
In one of the short films more somber turns, this storyboard from "Ben and Me," depicts a scene in which Franklin is hiding from debt collectors. His fortune would turn however, with the help of a studious little church mouse named Amos. Together their inventions and ideas would help make Franklin the historical figure he is today. These are all trimmed as can be seen in the image and attached to a backing paper with tape on the top and bottom. There are pinholes in all 4 corners. The paper exhibits more handling than normal and there is a tear in the lower middle of the paper and the top right-hand area has a small fold at the very top.
The size of this piece is 16 Field (13"x16") and the character size is 8" h x 14" w.
 (unframed).

WDDPP558



1983
Donald Duck animation Production Drawing
  Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
Production drawing of Donald Duck
As seen in the image, there is a slight tonality difference around the character most likely from previous matting. There is a very minor tear of 0.125" at the right peg hole; this can be easily matted out.
The size of this piece is 16 Field (13"x16") and the character size is 5" h x 2.75" w.
 (unframed).

WDDCS403

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