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    Bugs at 50 "Box-Office Bunny" Bugs Bunny Sericel (Warner Brothers, 1990). Bugs Bunny (who turned 80 in 2020) had his 50th "birthday" celebrated in a Time-Life commemorative magazine, Bugs at 5 0. It preceded a 5-minute theatrical Looney Tunes short, Box-Office Bunny (1991). The short, the first for Bugs in over 25 years, was released theatrically alongside The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter. The short was directed by Darrell Van Citters. A special sericel of Bugs watching a movie in the "Cineminium" that suddenly popped up over his rabbit hole was released as an insert in the magazine to promote the new cartoon. The sericel is placed on a print background that was also included in Bugs at 50. The sericel is matted with an opening of 9.5" x 6.5", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 19.5" x 16.25". The frame is sold as-is. Sericel and print are in Fine condition.

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