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    Posted 5 years ago

    donnadiz
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    This is an original animation drawing of "The Tramp" used in the production of Walt Disney's "Lady and The Tramp," released on June 22, 1955. He was the stray mongrel, who was "Lady's" love-interest in the film.

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 5 years ago
      Is it signed? It certainly looks authentic.
    2. donnadiz donnadiz, 5 years ago
      Hi, "share", All my artwork was used in the production of the films they are associated with, and came from the Disney Studios. Much of the artwork on the market was taken home by the original artists. When they passed away, their family members would then put the artwork up for sale. I purchase only from art galleries that deal in Disney and other animation art. I have several signed pieces done by the artists in private signing sessions. e.g. Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnson, Ken O'Connor and Marc Davis. Original Disney animation paper has a water mark that authenticates the piece. It is "Hammermill Management Bond" mark. Thanks for the question. Hope this helps.

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