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Walt Disney and Animation Artists in South America - 1941

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    Walt Disney and Animation Artists in South America - 1941

    Here is another great pictorial article related to the Walt Disney and animation artists trip in South America in 1941 - the famous "Walt's Grupo". LIFE magazine photographers were there and shoot these rare pictures!




    Precisely, in the next pictures we'll see Disney and his group going on a Brazilian beach...




    Where Walt with his camera filmed some young cariocas...





    Another great picture of Walt filming on a beach of Rio de Janeiro.



    Meanwhile, Disney artists like Lee and Mary Blair created great watercolours that will serve as inspiration for the future movie.





    Jump to the full article on Disney and more and discover literally dozens of rare LIFE magazine pictures of the 1941 "Walt's and El Grupo" 1941 South America trip:

    Disney and more: Walt Disney and Animation Artists in South America - 1941
    http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/

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