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    Pinocchio (Walt Disney Productions, 1980s). Courvoisier Gallery Prints (2) (8" X 10" framed to 15" X 17"). Animation.
    With the tremendous box office success in 1938 of Snow White, Walt Disney Studios decided to try and market their animation art. Disney felt that since so much talent, time, and effort went into the creation of each illustration that they should be marketed as true works of art and not just trivial movie memorabilia. So Disney's marketing department made arrangements to sell its art through the Courvoisier Gallery, located in San Francisco. Disney's animation masterpiece, Pinocchio, represented the highest achievement that had ever been accomplished in the animated arts. It is believed that these rare prints was sent from the Courvoisier Gallery to select theaters to correspond with the initial release of the film. Very lightly used, unrestored framed prints with fresh, saturated colors. There should be no holes, no tears, and no paper loss. They are framed with plexiglass, not glass. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Near Mint.


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    December, 2010
    5th Sunday
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