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    Lady and the Tramp & Other Lot (Buena Vista, R-1980). Folded, Overall: Fine/Very Fine. One Sheets (2) (27" X 41"), Trimmed One Sheet (26.5" X 41), Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14"), Half Sheet (22" X 28"), Magazine (68 Pages, 8.5 X 11"), & Sheet Music (9" X 12"). Animation.
    Starring the voices of Peggy Lee, Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, Stan Freberg, Verna Felton, and Alan Reed. Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson and Hamilton Luske. Included with the one sheet for Lady and the Tramp is a one sheet for The Fat Spy (Magna, 1966), a trimmed one sheet for Song of the South (Buena Vista, R-1972), a half sheet for The Snow Queen (Universal International, 1960), a lobby card set for All Mine to Give (RKO, 1957), sheet music for "Those Were the Days" by Gene Raskin (Essex, 1968), and the February 1978 issue of The World of Yesterday (National Radio Trader, 1978). Unrestored items that display signs of use. May include edge, spine, and fold wear, fold and spine separations, creases, hole punches, pinholes, small paper lifts, tears, soft rippling, stains and smudges, surface scuffs, unobtrusive writing, or slight toning. The back page of the sheet music has been completely torn and reattached with several strips of cellophane tape, and there is masking tape along the spine. Song of the South has been slightly trimmed in the left and right borders and has a strip of cellophane tape on the verso. Lady and the Tramp has a strip of cellophane tape on the font. A Walt Disney production. Folded, Overall: Fine/Very Fine.


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