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    Tweety Bird Color Model Cel and Model Sheet Group of 2 (Warner Brothers, 1950s/60s). "I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat!" This is a lot for all of you bird lovers our there... Tweety Bird lovers, that is! An original, hand-painted, 12 field color model cel of Tweety, used for ink and paint reference. It's an adorable pose of 5". Also included is an original animator's model sheet of Tweety in a walking sequence, on 2-peghole animation paper, done in graphite and red pencil. There are four lines of Tweety Birds! The sheet is signed by long-time animator Alex Ingatiev, and written in the border is "Herb Cohen animator." There are 33 Tweety Bird drawings in the sequence! Both the cel and model sheet are matted, and in Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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