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    Buckaroo Bugs/Herr Meets Hare Bugs Bunny Production Cel on Studio Production Background (Warner Brothers, 1944/45). This iconic pose of Bugs Bunny with carrot in hand is from the Bob Clampett-directed classic Buckaroo Bugs. It's an original hand-inked, hand-painted production cel that appears around the 4:30 mark in this manic Warner Brothers short. The full-figure Bugs measures 4.5" x 6.5" on a trimmed cel over a production background from the 1945 Friz Freleng cartoon Herr Meets Hare. The gouache on board background is exquisite and the two vintage Warner Studio pieces look as though they were made for each other. Production setups of this quality from the '40s are almost non-existent and the ones that do don't get much better than this, Doc! The cel image of Bugs has some paint loss and the background has been trimmed. Condition is Very Good. From the Rev Chaney Archives.

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