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    Akira Tetsuo Production Cel and Preliminary Background (Streamline Pictures, 1988). Akira is credited with making anime popular with Western audiences. With a budget of 10 million dollars, it was the most expensive anime film ever made and it remains a Sci-Fi fan favorite over 30 years after it's release. This is an original hand painted production cel of Tetsuo as he is scanned in Dr. Onishi's lab. The 10" x 4" image is on a 14 field cel and is presented over a hand-painted preliminary background. It's a great image that displays the high-tech contraptions destined to come in the year 2019. It shows minor handling and condition is Very Good.

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