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    Gulliver's Travels Production Cel Setup and Key Master Background Setup (Max Fleischer, 1939). "Come on now... Let's go! Heave Ho!" says Gabby to the workers on the shore as they build a platform and tie up "The Giant on the Beach" to bring to King Little's castle. This is simply an amazing hand-inked, hand-painted nitrate 16 field production cel setup of Gulliver with all the Lilliputians around him. The cels are on a Key Master hand-painted production background as well as a Key Master production overlay of the trees. The detail to the night lanterns that they work by is amazing. This scene is near the 29:50 mark into the film. This is from only the second animated feature film ever released. Framed with Plexiglas and matted with an opening of 15" x 11". Fine condition.

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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