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    Bambi Bambi Production Cel and Presentation Background (Walt Disney, 1942). "Mother, look. What's all that white stuff?" "Why, it's snow ... Winter has come." Here is an adorable production cel of Bambi walking in the snow for the first time, from the 1942 movie of the same name. Walt Disney's fifth animation motion picture was based on Felix Salten's book, Bambi: A Life in the Woods. This original production cel is hand-inked and hand-painted on 16 field cel material and placed over a hand-painted presentation background. You will see this charming scene of Bambi in the snow around the 34:40 time mark in the film. The piece is housed in a framed of 23" x 20" under Plexiglas with a matboard aperture of 13" x 10". Frame sold as-is. Cel shows some warping. Overall condition is Very Good.

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