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DescriptionCinderella Lady Tremaine Production Cel (Walt Disney, 1950). "Pay no attention. It's Cinderella from the kitchen." Explains Lady Tremaine as Cinderella races to try on the glass slipper at the 1:12:15 mark on Disney's classic film Cinderella. This original hand-inked hand-painted production cel of Cinderella's evil stepmother appears in the final moments of the film around the 1:12:15 mark as she attempts to dissuade the Duke from letter her from letting her try on the glass slipper. The enormous image measures 6" x 8" on a 16 field cel marked 2065-5.1-199 along the bottom border. It's an amazing image of the villain from one of Disney's most beloved animated fairytales. Original production art from Cinderella is notoriously hard to find and Disney villains are collectibles in their own right. Tape residue on the borders of the cel; otherwise, condition is Very Good.
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