Mary Poppins Pearly Band Drummer Animation Drawing (Walt Disney, 1964). "How does it feel, Mary Poppins, winning the race? Possibly have any words to explain your emotions?" ask the reporters to Mary after she wins the race. Of course Bert tells her "go ahead," and the musical sequence for "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" comes forth. This is a rare 16 field rough animation drawing of 3 members of the Pearly Band. Nice graphite image, # 267 written in the bottom right corner. Considered very rare. Small Piece of Paper Torn Top Left Corner (see image) not Affecting Image in Any Way. Minor handling and edge wear. In Good condition. Certificate of Authenticity from The Cricket Gallery
The band is based on the Pearlies or Pearly Kings and Queens, working-class organizations who traditionally sew mother of pearl buttons to their extravagant suits and dresses to raise money for London charities.
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