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    The Pebble and the Penguin Rocko and Hubie Color Model Cel on Key Master Production Background with Animation Drawing (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 hand-painted color model of the stars of this buddy picture, Hubie and Bertie who together measure 9" x 5.5" on a 16 field cel. The color model was made from drawings from this scene making it Key Master to the hand-painted background. This is an incredibly rare and complete piece from the last film produced by Bluth/Sullivan Studios. The piece is in a 21.5" x 17.5" frame under Plexiglas with an opening of 16" x 12". Minor handling and condition is Very Good. Frame is sold as-is.

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    June, 2020
    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
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