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    Lady and the Tramp Pan Production Background (Walt Disney, 1955). Presented in this lot is an amazing original panoramic production background from Walt Disney's Lady and the Tramp. You can see this painting around the 53:02 time mark in the film when Lady and Tramp are running away after chasing some chickens for the fun of it. Notice the Campbell's Livery Feed sign in the piece. This is believed to be an homage to layout artist, Collin Campbell. An exquisite painting measuring about 33" x 12". The background is signed by the artist Filastro "Fil" Mottola in the lower left corner. The art is in a frame of 40" x 18" with a mat opening of 32" x 10.5". Frame sold as-is. One of the most elaborate paintings from a Disney film that you will find. Absolutely stunning! Fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2020
    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 21
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