Production cel of Donald Duck and Elephant from Working for Peanuts (1953). We believe this to have been one of the pieces from the Disney Art Corner. Donald and Elephant are on separate, trimmed, cels with some tape around the edges. Displayed on a reproduction background. Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from The Cricket Gallery.
Working for Peanuts: Chip and Dale discover a new source of food - peanuts - as long as they can get them away from an elephant named Dolores. Donald Duck, who works as a zookeeper, is responsible for feeding all animals, and constantly thwarts the pair's attempt to steal Dolores' food. Chip and Dale leave Dolores alone. After Chip has an idea and whispers something into Dale's ear, they finally fool Donald into giving them peanuts when they pour white paint on themselves and pretend they are the zoo's newest import, "Genuine Albino Chipmunks".
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