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    Bugs Bunny Printed Model Sheet (Warner Brothers, 1943). A printed original animators model sheet of the WWII-era Bugs Bunny. Folded with pinholes in the top corners and a 1" tear in the bottom crease. A amazing and important document in the history of animation. There are 23 poses demonstrating how Bugs Bunny was to be animated! Lots of great notes like "Lot of teeth when necessary" and "Draw ears to suit mood, and whiskers too!" Approximately 11" x 14". In Good condition. From the Don Foster Collection.

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    November, 2013
    20th-24th Wednesday-Sunday
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