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    The Pebble and the Penguin Color Model Cel Group of 16 (Don Bluth, 1995). This musical adventure film was based on the mating rituals of Antarctic penguins and starred the voices of Martin Short and Jim Belushi. This is an original set of never-before-seen hand-painted 16 field color model cels of all major characters from this Don Bluth film, including a group scene of Drake, Marina, Hubie, and Rocko; Gentoo Penguin; King Penguin; Hubie and Rocko; Marina; Drake; Hubie; Rocko, the Girl Dancer penguin group (two different cels); Girl Dancers Priscella and Gwynne; McCallister and two sailors; Killer Whale; Leopard Seal Inked; and two standard Leopard Seal, each with a different color scheme. Most are dated 1993 or '94, many with Don Bluth's "DB" initials. Very rare development color model cels! Minor handling wear. Overall Very Good condition.

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