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    King of the Grizzlies by Paul Wenzel (Buena Vista, 1970). Signed Original Acrylic Poster Artwork (18.5" X 33.25").
    Disney Studio produced a docu-drama of the life of a mountain grizzly bear starring John Yesno and Chris Wiggins. Filmed in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, the 1970 film is a favorite of Disney wildlife fans. This wonderful acrylic piece used on the posters for the film is signed by Paul Wenzel, is in tip top shape with only a bit of slight wear at the edges. The insert poster pictured here is not included with the painting. Near Mint.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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