Dec 16, 2021 - Sale 2592

Sale 2592 - Lot 208

Price Realized: $ 6,500
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 1,000 - $ 2,000
Group of 7 Disney studio-related drawings and a portrait of a World War II serviceman. The serviceman, by the first name of Ford, received this group of studio sketches in correspondence with Frank McSavage. Graphite and/or color pencil on 1940s-era Disney studio 5-hole paper measuring 254x305 mm; 10x12 inches. Includes: an animator's rough drawing of Panchito Pistoles related to the title song in "The Three Caballeros," (1944) (studio animator drafts credit the specific related scene to Ward Kimball, though the hand on this piece not determined) * Four numbered graphite animation rough drawings of Donald Duck and one colored pencil drawing of him inscribed "with best wishes to Ford / F. McSavage" * a "blue" studio gag drawing featuring Pluto, implying his contracting VD in South America. Also includes a color pastel portrait of the Navy man captioned "Impression of Ford" on a larger, 15 1/2x12 1/2 sheet of Disney Studio punched paper.