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    Hair Ribbin'/Daffy's Southern Exposure Bugs Bunny and Dog Production Cel setup on Production Background (Warner Brothers, 1944/42). This Bob Clampett-directed short had such a violent ending that a second ending was created and it too was deemed too violent. This an original production cel of Bugs and his canine adversary from the second try at an ending, where Bugs offers the dog a pistol to end his own life. This is an original hand-inked, hand-painted production cel from this deleted scene. The characters measure approximately 9" x 6" on a 12 field cel which is presented over a gouache on board background that was used as part of the title scene of Daffy's Southern Exposure. This is a vintage Warner Brothers production setup with imagery that is undeniably Clampett. The 75-year old cel exhibits paint loss in Bugs' ears and the dog's red hair; otherwise, condition is Very Good. This lot will have to ship from Dallas to the winning bidder. From the Rev Chaney Archives.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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