WALTER E. "WALT" DISNEY - INSCRIBED PRINTED CARTOON SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 348010
WALT DISNEY The business pioneer has inscribed and signed this printed illustration of Goofy. It's framed with an unsigned photo of Disney surrounded by many of his beloved animated characters Printed Illustration Inscribed and Signed: "To/ Ann/ Sincerely -/ Walt Disney". B/w, 7¼x9¼.
Sale Price $13,500.00
WALT DISNEY The business pioneer has inscribed and signed this printed illustration of Goofy. It's framed with an unsigned photo of Disney surrounded by many of his beloved animated characters Printed Illustration Inscribed and Signed: "To/ Ann/ Sincerely -/ Walt Disney". B/w, 7¼x9¼. Image of two cartoon drawings, one full-size and one of the head of "Goofy". Goofy, who became the symbol of "Everyman" in Disney cartoons, first appeared over six decades ago in "Mickey's Revue" (1932). Then a bit player, he was named Dippy Dawg until he got his "official" name for his goofy work in "Orphan's Benefit" (1934). Goofy became a star in the 1935 cartoon, "Moving Day", and his popularity resulted in his own line of Disney merchandise. Teamed with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck in a number of cartoons, Goofy had his first starring role in 1939's "Goofy and Wilbur". Goofy later went on to appear in his own series of comic books (1953). A staple on the Disney Channel since its inception in 1983, Goofy got his own TV show, Goof Troop, in 1992, and he has appeared on the big screen in A Goofy Movie (1995) and The Three Musketeers (2004). Master animator Walt Disney (1901-1966) developed the first sound animated film, "Steamboat Willie" (1928), which introduced Mickey Mouse. Mickey's success spawned other equally unforgettable characters, such Donald Duck, Pluto, and Goofy. Disney Productions, incorporated in 1929, quickly assumed the lead in animated and true-life adventure films aimed at a family audience. Disney's influence on television and film productions for children cannot be overstated. The Disneyland amusement park opened in California on July 17, 1955. At the time of his death, Disney was involved in futuristic plans for an Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow (EPCOT), which would be added to Disney World in 1982). Today, the Walt Disney Company is one of the largest multi-national corporations in the world. Ink smudged at the flourish of Disney. Lightly creased. Slightly soiled at upper right blank margin. Otherwise, fine condition. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 30¾x21¼.
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