Donald Duck 1940 KEY Original Production Animation Cel Drawing Disney Used to Make Put Put Troubles
KEY Original Production Animation Cel Drawing
from 1940 "Put Put Trouble"
by Walt Disney
Actually used in the cartoon!
MATTED AND READY TO FRAME, with a Charles Scott Gallery Certificate of Authenticity!
A gorgeous drawing of Donald Duck - one of the BEST we've ever had! Incredibly detailed - and of course his expression is all Donald! It is from Walt Disney's Put Put Troubles from 1940 and appears at around the 2:41 mark (see the screen capture above)!
This short was directed by Riley Thompson and was released on 7/19/1940. AND it was written by Carl Barks (uncredited). The drawing is graphite and colored pencil on 12-field, 5 peg animation paper, overall measures approximately 10" x 12". What's even more incredible is that it is a KEY drawing - done by a key animator of the short rather than an in-betweener. We'll include a Charles Scott Gallery COA. ALSO - looks like the animator has put his initials on it!! There is a little crinkling to the left of Donald - doesn't affect the image.
We've mounted this gorgeous piece of hand-painted art in an acid-free, 4-ply paper mat that measures 11" x 14" - so just buy your own frame and hang it in your home gallery. Note: we only use archival/acid-free materials in mounting your artwork.
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