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    Alice in Wonderland Production Cel Signed by Marc Davis with Painted Background (Walt Disney, 1951). "That's a very sad story" says Alice to Tweedledee and Tweedledum. This is right before she comes across the White Rabbit's house. This is an exceptional original hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of Alice, with an unusually large image size of 7". The cel is on a hand-painted custom background made for presentation purposes. The cel is hand-signed by Disney Legend Inductee, and one of Walt's original "Nine Old Men," Mr. Marc Davis (1913 - 2000). Marc Davis was the Supervising Animator for Alice in this Walt Disney Studio animated feature film, which was released on 7/28/51. Framed with Plexiglas, matted with an opening size of 11" x 9", in an overall frame size of 19" x 16". Wonderful image of Alice, lost in thought. Very Good condition.

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