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    Goofy Aquamania Production Cel Setup with Pan Master Background (Walt Disney, 1961). Yaaaaaaa-hoo-hoo-hoo-hooey! One of the last of the "Golden Age" Disney theatrical shorts, this Woolie Reithman directed short was released on 12-20-61 and featured Goofy and Goofy Junior (not to be confused with Max, who first appeared in 1992). John Lousberry did some of the animation for this short. This slightly chaotic setup is comprised of two hand-painted cels on a Master pan background. This was the first Goofy short to use Xerox lined cels. At about the 4:50 mark in the short, you can see this cel where, while in a waterski race, Goofy raises his ski because of an unexpected octopus. A fan-favorite Goofy cartoon, it reached a wide audience when shown on the Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color Sunday night program (Episode #9). Goofy is 7" tall and the boat is 11" long. The mat opening measures 25" x 10 in the 34" x 19" Plexiglas front frame. In Fine condition.

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