Storyboards are also considered on the more "advanced" level of collecting.
Disney storyboards are pretty hard to find. These are the only two I currently have in my collection.
The Flintstones ones I have are killer. They are from the very first episode ever "The Swimming Pool" from 1960.
I bought quite a few for myself, and kept others in the inventory of my company.


Cinderella (1950)
Not only is this my favorite Disney film, I love that these pieces are so cute!
Cinderella (1950)
I was lucky enough to get two.

Swimming Pool (1960)
I can't imagine owning Hanna art much more historic than this. The dialog and notes really add to these pieces.
Swimming Pool (1960)
This set of two is numbered, and the next two sets follow sequentially in order.
Swimming Pool (1960)
Following from above.
Swimming Pool (1960)
Following from above.


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