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    All Fowled Up Henery Hawk Production Cel (Warner Brothers, 1955). "Chicken, Chicken, Chicenchickenchicken!" The very notion of a chicken dinner sends this little chicken hawk into wide-eyed spasms. Henery Hawk only appeared in 13 Warner Brothers theatrical shorts and being a very small chicken hawk, he usually appeared small, making this production cel featuring a large image of him a very rare desirable piece. This was the second-to-last short to feature this hard-to-find character. The hand-inked, hand-painted full-figure image measures 3" x 3.75 on a 12 field cel that is numbered 10 in the lower left corner. It is over a 14" x 11" print background for presentation purposes. The cel has been taped to the background along the bottom edge. Condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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