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Disney (1929 - 1939) Silly Symphonies - Original Vintage Production Art



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Original 1935 Disney Cel The Cookie Carnival - Cookie Queen and King
Source: TV
Layers: 1
No sketches available
Oversize, 12W x 10.5H

Key Cel
Original Matching Background

Added 2/11/2009
Updated 3/15/2012


Now this is an EXTREMELY rare find. An original cel from the Silly Symphonies with Master Background, fully preserved! The colors on this cel are probably the most amazing thing I have seen in person, especially considering this is 75 years old! Released May 25, 1935, directed by Ben Sharpsteen, this was the first animation depicting a character who went from rags to riches.

The significance of this animation is the voice of the Hobo Cookie was played by Pinto Colvig (Goofy), and the Cookie Queen's face was designed by Myron "Grim" Natwick who also designed the famous Betty Boop (1930) and later Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). This film was his first assignment given by Disney, which displayed his remarkable skills in animating the female form.




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