PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US
PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US
PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US
PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US
PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US
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PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US

Estimate: 600 - 900 GBP

PINOCCHIO (1940) JUMBO LOBBY CARD, US

Estimate: 600 - 900 GBP

Lot Sold:625GBP

Lot Details

Description

Pinocchio (1940) Jumbo Lobby Card, US


Unframed: 13 x 16 in. (33 x 41 cm)

Framed: 19⅛x 22 in. (48.5 x 56 cm)


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Condition Report

Conservation framed with UV plexiglass

Excellent condition, with the colours remaining very bright.


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Cataloguing

Catalogue Note

Walt Disney's second animated feature film was made after the success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). Pinocchio, the world’s most famous wooden puppet, is originally the creation of the Italian writer and social commentator Carlo Collodi. Entitled The Adventures of Pinocchio, the story was initially serialized in the children’s section of a Roman newspaper and, following its popularity, became a book in 1883. When Walt Disney decided to adapt the story to film, Pinocchio had already climbed to widespread fame, but it was not until he was animated that the naughty wooden boy truly became embedded in the popular imagination.


These jumbo lobby cards were expensive to produce and printed in small quantities, as they were generally used only in flagship cinemas.


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Online bidding closed05 Sep 2019 | 04:41 PM GMT