Eleven Walt Disney sequential drawings of Donald Duck
1940s, red colored pencil on paper, signed lower right on page 1 Paul Long.
Donald Duck, as a weather forecaster, forecast a good day without rain. He decides to go out when he feels a drop of rain. Of course this does not make him very happy. As it rains harder, he gets his umbrella out, but he can not get it opened. When he tries to get the umbrella open with his foot, his foot goes through it. In a typical fashion, Donald Duck starts screaming at the umbrella when suddenly a gust of wind sweeps up the umbrella with Donald attached. When he lands on the ground, the already angry Donald Duck looks up into the sky only to see that the sun is peeping out from the clouds.
10 x 12in