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released 27 September 1947

Mickey Mickey

whilst these two drawings are accurate representations of frames from 'Mickey & the Beanstalk'
they appear to be much more recent in origin and could be an exercise for a new animator
or even deliberate forgeries.
Grateful if anyone can shed any light on them.

update: Stephen Worth of 'Vintage Ink and Paint' has confirmed these Mickey drawings
as fakes. How chic is that! He adds that the Willie the Giant drawing below is by John Lounsbery.

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