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    A Corny Concerto Bugs Bunny Animation Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1943). Bob Clampett directed this Disney Fantasia parody starring Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, and Porky Pig. It featured two musical numbers by Johann Strauss. The short was written by Frank Tashlin with animation by Robert McKimson; it was released on 9/18/43. This is a rare 12 field 2-peghole animation drawing of Bugs Bunny from the Strauss waltz "Tales From Vienna Woods" section. It can be seen around the 2:21 mark when he comes up from his rabbit hole and does a ballet step to kick Porky's hunting dog in the face. Great graphite full-figure image of 7". This cartoon was named #47 in Jerry Beck's 50 Greatest Cartoons book. Very important piece of Looney Tunes history! Minor handling and edge wear. In Very Good condition.

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