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    Walt Disney Signed Page from a Program for the 1966 Tournament of Roses Parade. Disney, who has signed near his photograph, served as the Grand Marshal of the Seventy-Seventh Annual Tournament of Roses Parade. Also signed on the verso by the parade queen, Carole Cota. Accompanying the signed page are several related items including three photographs of Disney, ranging in size from 3.5" x 3.5" to 5" x 5" (two of the photographs are exactly the same), showing him smoking (Disney died of lung cancer less than a year later) and holding a program while talking to two children in the grand stand. The autograph was obtained by the boy in the photographs; one 4.75" x 2.5" Rose Bowl ticket for the 1966 game; one 4" x 2.25" Tournament of Roses Parade distinguished guest pass; and one Los Angeles Times article for January 2, 1966, regarding the parade with a photograph of Disney escorting Rose Queen Carole Cota.

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