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    Herr Meets Hare Hermann Göring Production Cel on Master Production Background (Warner Brothers, 1945). "Lookit, Mein Fuhrer, what I captured!" exclaims Goring to Hitler at the 6:30 mark of this classic Friz Freleng-directed short. It was the second-to-last Warner Brothers cartoon to feature WWII characters. This is an original hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of Hermann Göring holding a bag containing Bugs Bunny. The 5.5" x 6" image is on a 12 field cel which is over a hand-painted Master background from this short. The background is painted in gouache on trimmed background board measuring 15" x 10" and you can see on the left side the tree with a mirror hanging on it that Bugs uses to apply is Hitler disguise at the 2:47 mark. This Master setup is an incomparable one-of-a-kind piece from a Warner Brothers WWII animation classic. The 75-year-old cel has some minor paint loss in Hermann's hat, foot, bag and Bugs' ears and the background shows handling and edge wear. Condition is Very Good. From the Rev Chaney Archives.

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