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    Ain't That Ducky Daffy Duck Layout Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1945). "AAH, lay off, you... DUCK!" says the little yellow duck to a curious Daffy eager to look inside his satchel. You can see this image about a minute into the short. It's an original layout drawing of Daffy and the young duck from this cartoon directed by Friz Freleng (1906 - 1995). This short featured a bespectacled hunter voiced by Victor Moore rather than Elmer Fudd and is the very first expression of the term "suffering succotash," later to become Sylvester the Cat's signature phrase. The drawings of Daffy and the young duck measure 5" and 4" tall are rendered in red pencil, and marked Sc4 with 9 in bottom right corner. This is real vintage 1940s Looney Tunes artwork, featuring a character who appeared only once. Minor handling and edge wear; Good condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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