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DescriptionHow the Grinch Stole Christmas Max and Grinch Production Cel/Recreation Cel Setup (MGM, 1966/2002). "You're a bad banana... with a greasy black peel!" Oh, that meanie, Mr. Grinch! He's certainly lower than low in this classic Chuck Jones-directed holiday television special that first aired on 12/18/1966, and is shown every year around Christmas time. This is an unusual "A Moment in Time" cel setup, in that the arms and red fabric are on an actual 1966 hand-painted production cel, but the remaining four cels are specially made recreations that expertly mimic the scene (this key scene begins at the 8:30 mark in online viewings). The matching background print has been added for presentation purposes. A Plate Estate Signature for Chuck Jones appears on the top cel, and a Linda Jones seal is in the lower left. A Linda Jones Letter of Authenticity is included. Very Good condition with minor handling wear.
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