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    101 Dalmatians Sergeant Tibs and the Captain Production Cel Setup on Key Master Production Background (Walt Disney, 1961). "Sergeant Tibs! I say, Sergeant! Barking Signal. It's an alert. Report to the colonel at once!" This is the first look inside the barn near Hell Hall, the last link in the barking chain, as the Captain hears the alert from Ol' Towser and wakes the sleeping Sergeant Tibs. The character image measures approximately 10.5" x 8" and is comprised of four hand-painted production cels. The 16 field setup is over the original hand-painted Key Master production background and includes a foreground overlay cel and line-test cel. Painted in gouache, the background and the cels are marked with matching sequence and scene numbers along the bottom border. This exact scene can be viewed around the 37:54 mark. The original one-of-a-kind piece is in a 20" x 16" mat with an opening of 15" x 11". It shows minor handling and condition is Very Good.

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