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    Bugs Bunny with Carrot-Flute Concept Art/Color Model Drawing (Warner Brothers, c. 1960). In many of the cartoons starring Bugs Bunny, Bugs would end the short by walking away, playing his carrot like a flute. Here's an original drawing of Bugs and his carrot-flute by legendary animation director Robert McKimson (1910 - 1977). Great full-figure image of Bugs on a 12 field 3-peghole sheet, drawn in graphite with nice shading on his gray areas; figure size is 5.5". A photocopied Letter of Authenticity from Robert McKimson Jr. is included. Very Good condition with light paper toning and minor handling wear, including a mild fold crease in the lower left corner, away from the image.

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    November, 2019
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