Incredible collection of theatrical promotional materials from the early Disney films Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio. The collection contains a Snow White Lobby card that measures 11 x 14" and dates to 1937, and two Pinocchio posters measuring 27x41" & 14 x 36" insert from 1940. Both of these posters were made by Disney/RKO pictures and are fine examples of early Disney advertising.
We are open to splitting the collection, please contact us for individual pricing.
Disney Co. was founded by Walt Disney and his brother Roy as Walt Disney Productions in 1929 to incorporate their cartoon animation studio. It produced short and full-length animated cartoons in the 1930s and 1940s, then expanded in the 1950s to make nature documentaries and live-action films as well as television programs.
Purchased on "Pawn Stars do America" Season 2 Episode 5 "Fort Worth Fortunes"
Condition Report: This item shows signs of natural wear and tear consistent with their age such as scrapes, frayed edges, and minor discoloration.
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